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Workshops & Retreats 



Learn how to come home to yourself, move more deeply into your heart, and release and transform inner negative stories that hold you back.


Devotional chanting, which is practiced in a wide range of wisdom traditions, has been used for centuries as a way to train people to stay present in the here and now.


Chanting helps you stay focused... using the mantra as the object of awareness.


It allows you to exercise your letting-go muscle — and develop the fortitude to release negative thoughts and emotions and the stories you believe about yourself... or anything else that takes you away as each moment comes and goes.


What you think of yourself, your life, your work, your community, and our world can change — not by altering external circumstances you can’t control, but by transforming your thought patterns. As a result, difficult situations become less painful because you're not as emotionally invested in them.


Of course, there are many spiritual practices designed to bring us continually into the moment...


So why chanting?


In the East, there’s a general understanding that the spirit of all beings is one and the same. Your true nature resides in the “heart cave,” which is the seat of the soul.


Chanting uncovers that place within you.


And as you discover that place, you’ll begin to experience a swell of peace and contentment arising from within.


Each time you come back to the mantra, you create new neural pathways in the brain which allow you to move more deeply into who you really are: Truth, Beauty, Unlimited Joy… and Real Love.


Repeating mantras with love and devotion can help you open your heart and access your inner strength, which influences your experience of life regardless of what’s going on in the outside world... even if just for a few minutes.


Included in the monthly gathering is The Shanti Christo SoundSymbol & Inana Transmissions for rapid light activation and transformation.

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White Sand and Stone

Meditation Groups

We’ve all heard that meditation is good for us. Studies show that it reduces stress, improves concentration and makes us more resilient to life’s challenges.

But what if these benefits are just the tip of the iceberg?

What if meditation contains the seeds of a revolution that could transform every aspect of our lives and even contribute to the evolution of human life itself?

Coming soon in February TBA - from Central Coast NSW Tuesday evenings live and online

Pillar 4 Events & Retreats

Sound Bath Meditation

A Sound Bath is an immersion in beautiful sounds and vibrations that are healing for your body, mind and spirit.   A Sound Bath is a deeply relaxing, meditative experience which can take you on a journey of deep relaxation, healing and self discovery. Everything in the Universe, including our body, is composed of vibrations. Every organ and every cell in our body vibrates at a particular frequency. Sound and vibration travels up to five times more effectively through water. As the human body is made up of over 70% water we can understand that sound and vibration can effect us at a cellular level.

During a Sound Bath you will experience deep relaxation and a profound sense of peace and well-being. At the start, I will lead you in a short guided-meditation to prepare your body and mind for the experience which follows. You will experience the healing power of Tibetan Singing Bowls, Gongs, Shamanic Drums, Koshi chimes and Voice. The healing frequencies and vibrations will wash away all your stress, tension, and cares. All you have to do is lie there and allow the healing sounds and vibrations to wash over you.

For the Sound bath you will lie on a yoga mat, with a cushion under their head, covered with a comfy blanket. Time is suspended as you enter a world of vibration, sensation and experience. Physical injuries can be healed and old emotional traumas released. Great insights can be accessed. You feel truly, vibrantly alive. Once you’ve had your first Sound Bath you’ll certainly want more!

Who can have a sound bath?

Sound Baths are suitable for people of all ages from young children to the elderly. There are no contra indications. Sound Baths are suitable for pregnant women but in this case the bowls or gongs will not be used close to the body. No previous experience of working with sound or meditation is required.

What are the benefits of having a sound bath?

One way sound can help create deep states of relaxation is through altering our brainwave states. When our brainwave state moves from the normal waking state (Beta) down to Alpha (conscious relaxed state), Theta (dreamlike state), and sometimes even delta (deep sleep) we experience a decrease in heart rate and blood pressure, our bodies relax, our breath deepens, and we move into a receptive state where deep healing can occur.

Sound has profound affects on our nervous system – helping to turn on our parasympathetic nervous system which is our relaxation response. Many of us spend too much time with an active sympathetic nervous system, which is our fight or flight response….when we can active our parasympathetic nervous system we give our bodies a chance to relax and heal. Through all of the various tones of the bowls, gongs and other instruments, the body is offered an opportunity to resonate with a healing frequency. You are in essence giving your body, mind, and energy an opportunity to shift to a higher frequency and let go of lower vibrational thoughts, emotions, and other issues.

Some of the benefits of having regular Sound Baths are as follows:

  • Stress Reduction.

  • Deep relaxation.

  • Reduces anxiety.

  • Lowers blood pressure.

  • Promotes deeper sleep.

  • Balances both hemispheres of the brain.

  • Cells receive a sonic massage.

  • Cleanses negative energy and emotions.

  • Helps to connect with your higher self.

  • Increases vital energy flow, creativity, intuition and motivation.

  • Removes blockages and toxins.

  • Strengthens immune system.

  • Helps to release and clear old self-limiting patterns of behaviour, habits and ways of thinking that no longer serve us and are harmful to our health.

How many different bowls or instruments do you use during a sound bath session? Could you name or describe some of them?

Each sound bath session is a different experience but I always use Tibetan Singing Bowls and Gongs. In addition I may use shamanic drums, Koshi Chimes, Kalimba and Ocean Drum. We may also use our voices to do some chanting.

The Tibetan Bowls I use are hand made in Nepal by families who can trace their origins back to the time of the Buddha. The bowls are still hand hammered in the old traditional way and the families chant sacred mantras while they are beating the bowls. When the bowls are played, the spiritual vibrations of these mantras are released.


Weekly at Ettalong Central Coast NSW

1h class arrive 15min early to 

                                           $15 per class (4 week blocks - $60 ) or $20 drop in

Reiki Workshops

Reiki is a healing technique based on the principle that the therapist may channel energy to the client by means of touching, in order to activate the natural healing processes of the patient’s body and restore physical and emotional well-being.

• Reduce stress & anxiety

• Promote relaxation

• Support the immune system

• Aid better sleep patterns

• Balances the mind and emotions

• Enhances memory and mental clarity

• Reduces mood swings, fear, frustration, anger, grief and depression

• Relieves physical pain

• Increase energy & vitality

• Experience peace of mind, body & spirit




Non Invasive

Heart Coherence

Quantum Healing

Universal Life Force



2 Day Intensive Central Coast

Traditional Usui Reiki history

8 Tibetan and Universal Reiki Symbols

Sacred Space clearing

Energy Center (Chakra) balance for client

Self Chakra cleansing

Chakra Reading - Spirit guide communication

Energy field ( Aura) Alignment

Full body hands on healing training and sessions

Philosophy of evolutionary healing


Enlightenment Transmission Meditations



AND - Fun!

The TIBETAN Lineage:

American Tibetan Buddhist Nun, Denise Da Tanya worked with the Dalai Lama while travelling in Tibet and was initiated with symbols by Su Leoung ( Buddhist monk) who was know as "The Keeper of the Seals". In 1965 she was attuned to Usui Reiki by Hawayo Takata but since she did not follow Takata's rule of charging $10,000 for Mastership, her name does not appear in Takata's list of Reiki masters. In 1984 Denise attuned Buddhist Sanyasin Russell Carlon also a follower of Tibetan Buddhism & the Dalai Lama.

In 1994 - 95 Robyn Collins received level One and Two Reiki training with Russell. She continued on with her Grand Masters Degree training and final initiation in 1998. Russell passed away shortly after attuning Robyn in 1999. Robyn has 24 years experience as a Tibetan Usui Reiki Grand Master with up to 3550 initiates from 1998-2023

$265 - 2 days intensive

More information coming soon

Image by Octavian Rosca


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