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    Sacred Mornings - 14 June

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    Sacred Mornings are once-a-fortnight, Friday morning gatherings to restore and inspire. Led by Danielle Dominguez, publisher, writer and yoga teacher, you will be guided through one hour of yogic breathwork and meditation, creative and personal journalling and some gentle movement. 

    We will come together in the beautiful space that is The Sacred Nest, getting out of our heads and into our bodies to access our innate creative spirits within a small, intimate group. 

    This yoga meets creativity experience is open to all. 

    Please wear comfortable clothing and bring along a journal, pen and yoga mat (this is optional, as we will only be moving for a short time). Please also ensure you arrive 10 minutes earlier to settle yourself into the space.

    Location:  The Sacred Nest is located at the corner of Ayr and Ailsa Street, Ascot Vale VIC. (Enter via the old brown door with the vine on Ayr Street)

    Please visit for more information. 

    About Danielle

    Danielle is an experienced yoga and meditation teacher who practices from a felt and feminine perspective, and loves to bring yoga into her hikes and creativity into her yoga. She is also a freelance food and travel writer, and works as a publisher of travel books and guides, and First Nations travel and non-fiction titles. She is mum to 7-year-old Giulio, with whom she has had many adventures around the world and in their corner of inner-west Melbourne, and loves to cook, dance unashamedly and potter around her 'ladypad'. 

    She holds the following qualifications:

    • 300 hour yogic meditation, pranayama, mantra and Himalayan Kundalini Kriya training ('The Method')
    • 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training
    • First Aid certification
    • 25 hour The Soulful Master training (mantra, meditation and pranayama)
    • 25 hour Energetic Body Master training (on chakras and their application in yoga teaching
    • 50 hour Advanced Yoga Training: Teaching Yoga for Trauma, Mental Health and Body Image (in progress)

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