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ONLINE. Full Moon Circle - Sound Journey & Guided Meditation

ONLINE. Full Moon Circle - Sound Journey & Guided Meditation

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  • Sun 22 Aug, 6:30pm – 8:00pm


Virtual Location, Online, Virtual


All Ages

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  • Registration: $0.00

Tēnā koutou,

Due to our current situation in Aotearoa, we would like to invite you to join us for our next Full Moon Circle on Zoom.

In this session, we will use sound and guided meditation practice to allow you to fully relax and let go of any emotion, tension, worry you might be holding in order to nourish your body, mind, and heart.

Date: Sunday, 22nd Aug.

Zoom Link:

Time: 6:30-8 pm

Fee: Koha (as an exchange of energy and space) *


To better appreciate the quality of the music, we recommend you to use headphones/earphones during the practice.

Reduce stress.
Increase energy and vitality.
Release pain, trauma and blockages.
Improve self-esteem and confidence.
Improve concentration and memory.
Increase health and immunity.
Relieve or lessen depression.
Aid in overcoming negative patterns and addictions.

- Yoga mat
- Blankets & Pillows
- Warm Clothes
- Water bottle
- Paper & Pen
- Eye Mask (Optional)
- Any crystal for protection and motivation (optional)


“Every single challenge in my life brought me to be the person I am today. Thanks to the practice of Yoga I have the opportunity to connect with myself, my intuition and deal with personal family conditions, self-esteem, and my well-being. I've always had an inclination to supporting people. I have assisted children with physical and learning disabilities, I have supported teenagers and adults going through difficult personal choices and life challenges guiding them to reach their full potential. Thanks to all those experiences, I have developed strong and solid caring competencies as well as interpersonal skills.”

Antonio Karam is a Mexican born, he has been in New Zealand for over a decade. Capoeira instructor, Music teacher, and Active musician he has always believed in the positive outcome of passing knowledge to the next generation.
“I believe that music, language and art are some of the most important forms of human expression. I am certain that by using them we can express our culture, our feelings, our emotions and our thoughts.
Since 1999, I have been collaborating with many talented people, and playing in different bands and projects with a big variety of musical genres going from Reggae to classical”.

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