Sunday 18th March, 2-4pm
at SoHo Yoga Newmarket – 2/24 Finsbury Street Newmarket

Investment: $55
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Bookings are essential as enrolments are kept low to ensure individual attention. Please book early to avoid disappointment.
All levels welcome. *No previous Yoga experience required.

Join Kirsty Innes and Kate B for this special 2-hr Restorative Yoga Afternoon Retreat with Live Music. Kirsty will guide you through a deeply relaxing and nurturing restorative yoga practice while Kate B soothes your senses with her beautiful mantras and heart songs. Together, they invite you to let go of your worries and drop deeper into stillness. This relaxing afternoon of soundscapes and spaciousness is not to be missed!

Restorative Yoga is a powerful practice to deeply rest and restore the mind and body. Classical yoga postures are practiced completely supported  by blankets and bolsters. A positive antidote to high levels of stress and fatigue this special Restorative Yoga and Live Music experience will leave you feeling well-rested and rejuvenated for the week ahead.

Our studios are fully equipped with basic props. For your supreme comfort please wear loose comfortable clothing or yoga wear. You may also wish to bring a light shawl or sarong to drape over your body, a pair of socks and a water bottle.

About Kirsty Innes (
Kirsty has been leading yoga workshops, classes and retreats in Australia and the UK since 2008. Specialising in gentle therapeutic yoga, her sessions are supportive, insightful and deeply nourishing. Kirsty has trained extensively with some of the world’s most renowned teachers including Uma Dinsmore-Tuli, Judith Hanson Lasater (the mother of restorative yoga) and her main teacher, Donna Farhi, who she hosts on the Gold Coast every year. Having witnessed the healing effects of this practice over and over again, Kirsty is inspired to share yoga to enhance awareness of breath, movement and conscious rest in everyday life.

About Kate B (
Kate has been a singer for as long as she can remember and first picked up the guitar when she was 14.  She has done everything musical short of playing in an orchestra… from folk to blues and cafes to weddings and community choirs. Her journey has more recently carried her back to the world of chanting, mantra and kirtan, revisiting an old passion in the joy of creating uplifting sound with others.  Since this reconnection, the Ukelele and Celtic Harp have found their way into the musical landscape, supporting the original songs which seem to flow effortlessly now, fuelled by her true inspiration….  That is:  sharing her love of voice and song to create a musical sanctuary, to connect us with others, provide refuge from the busyness of our everyday lives, quieten the mind and leave us with a deep sense of peace and joy. Samples of Kate’s exquisite sound can be found here.