Upcoming Events

The Art Of Listening- winangali 

Translates to: Listen in the Gamilaraay language of the Gamilaroi Peoples

Winangali offers a new approach to healing by providing an interactive session through cultural meditation and art therapy.  The design of the program is to assist participates in connecting to Country, connecting to their spiritual and emotional knowledge and connecting to each other. It encourages a  more grounded experience while increasing opportunities for healing of individuals. The journaling of your experience through art and drawings encourages a more Indigenous way of thinking and captures the essence of yourself.

This 2 hour  workshop invites you to explore the Indigenous thinking for self care and development through guided methods of deep listening, narrative meditation / storytelling and art.

For non Aboriginal people the program allows you to explore a cultural experience by gaining an understanding of Aboriginal ways and improve Health & Wellness. The program is ideal for communities, organisations, individuals and groups.

“For my people and all beautiful souls to keep the dreamtime alive”
– Munya Andrews- Journey into the Dreamtime

Contact me to find out more and book.

Ganbu Marrambik
Meditation & Yarning Circle

Gabu Marrambik translates to: l am one with the land in the Woiwurrung language of the Wurrundjeri Peoples

This meditation is based on Aboriginal ways of knowing and being, a spiritual connection to the land and relating to our Earth Mother through narrative meditation, storytelling.

Our people lived in harmony with the land for many years, they moved throughout the land, creating and naming everything in a mystical and magical way. Ganbu marrambik will take you on a journey to the land to experience a connection to Country and dance on sacred ground.

Yarning Circle- A yarning circle will provide you with an opportunity to communicate respectfully about your experience.

For non Aboriginal people the meditation allows you to explore a cultural experience by gaining an understanding of Aboriginal ways and improve your Health & Wellness. The meditations are ideal for communities, organizations, individuals and groups.

Contact me to find out more and book.

“Walk gently on this land, sit with me and listen , listen with your dreaming ears to the voice of our Earth Mother. Feel her presence with your heart, mind and Soul.”
– Lee Couch

Meditation & Movement Retreat- Wayapa Wuurrk

Nourish your mind and Body

A Meditation & Movement Retreat is great to give yourself a well deserved break and time to reconnect with nature, go within and let go of your day to day routine. When we retreat from the world of our programmed way to function, we become more intuitive and can begin to identify with the thought processes that keep us looped in limitation that creates stress. A Retreat will allow you to refocus your attention on the present moment and create more stillness, peace and love allowing the essence of your being to shine through.

This Retreat is all about you, your needs and wants. 

Your Retreat involves Meditation/ Earth Mindfulness, Movement, moving in the rhythm of the land, Yarning Circle, Dadirri Activity and a healthy & nutritional lunch. 

Duration 1 day

Contact me to find out more and book. l develop Retreat specifically for your needs and wants. 

Aquatic Mindfulness 

Aquatic Mindfulness has become increasingly popular due to the research supporting the many health benefits it provides.

Aquatic activities caters for birralii aged  6 months and above and is designed to develop and assist parents gunidjarr & carers to connect with their birralii in a mindful, nurturing and bonding experience whilst developing basic water familiarization skills and life skills by promoting water safety through the use of skill based games and songs. 
This Family Health & Wellness program will assist you to connect, care and nurture Wamban through movement, songs (using the Gamilaraay language) and different group activities in a stimulating learning environment, whilst creating a culturally safe and supportive space for parents.

Facilitator: Lee Couch is a proud Aboriginal woman from the Gamilaroi Tribe Northern NSW. She is also a qualified Swim Instructor

Aquatic Mindfulness is ideal for organizations, child care centers, schools that care for children and parents. The program is in partnership with Northern VACCA  through Family Violence Recovery

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Wayapa Wuurrkshops

Wayapa is an Indigenous earth mindfulness practice that combines narrative meditation and physical movement to create a mind, body, spirit well being. Wayapa is based on lndigenous knowledge & concepts and guides you to connect to Country. Wayapa Wuurrk translates to Connect Country in the languages of the Maara and Gunnai Peoples.

When: TBC
Where: Bright Yoga Space  104 Gavan Street, Bright, VIC, 374

Cost: $25 for a 45min class

For inquiries call Lee Couch 0400 319 202 or hello@brightyogaspace.com

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