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EFT Tapping Evening – Wednesday 19th October


Join Lulu Erasmus for an evening of tapping, clearing, reprogramming and using this remarkable healing modality based on the same principles that have been used for thousands of years in acupuncture—but without the needles.

EFT Tapping is a amazing technique that is easy to use for all – in this session you will tap gently with your finger tips on 13 pressure points on your body. As everyone taps together amazing realization, clarity and understanding comes to you. With this tapping you start to access deeper levels of your mind, then you put your new positive affirmations in place for more joy, love and abundance in your life.

It is a very safe technique to use even in daily life for clearing stress or physical body pains. EFT has been reported successful in thousands of cases covering a huge range of emotional, health and performance issues. It often works where nothing else does.

  • You will tap to clear and release blockages, emotional or physical pain.
  • To manifest your dreams.
  • To help cope with stress and busy lifestyles.
  • Transform negative believe programs and reprogram that what we want into our lives aligning us to our true desires.
  • Creating new neural pathways, to live in more abundance, joy, love and peace.
  • Ending our evening in meditation.

We will tap on the most predominant theme of the group together – clear and transform together being supported by each other as group work is always very powerful.

Date: Wednesday 19th October
Time: 7.30pm – 9pm
Cost: R100
Sign up: 082 462 4844 or email us

Watch these video for more info on EFT 

The Tapping Solution” by Nick Ortner – official book trailer

EFT (Tapping) Intro by Gary Craig, EFT Founder




Creative Movement class for Kids – Sat, 22nd October

Saturday, 22nd October
Music, movement, doodling and dancing – with ages 5 – 9/10 – for both boys and girls.

Creative movement supports children’s natural development by using physical exercise to enhance coordination, awareness and endurance. Fun fine- and gross-motor skill games guide the children to make healthy and happy choices by learning how to listen to their bodies.

They will listen to music, doodle, learn simple choreography, dance, play games and learn about the body – each class has a focus which is then threaded through all the elements of the class to give the kids an embodied learning experience.

Jenny Barenbrug is a Nia Brown Belt teacher with many years of teaching experience  – she is excited and passionate about crafting creative movement experiences for children so the connection to movement and body mind connection is nurtured at a young age thus setting the children up for a life of movement and feeling good!

Date: Saturday, 3rd October
Time: 11.30am – 12.30pm
Cost: R100 per child (R80 siblings)
Sign up: ✆ 082 391 9094 or email Jenny and sign up now!





Nia 5 Stages and Laughter Session – Saturday 29th October

We are designed to move, self heal and laugh  – more than ever we needs these to maintain our physical, mental and emotional health – especially in today’s stress-full world.

A combo-workshop that will perfectly blend the Nia 5 Stages and Laughter Yoga into one amazing experience! These two movement practices are perfectly suited for each other.

  • The Nia 5 Stages – The Body heals with Play
    Aa simple practice of body play and realignment to allow the body to do what  it was designed to do …  explore its potential,  self-heal and feel great!
  • Laughter Yoga  – The Mind heals through Laughter
    A fun and  inspiring experience to teach you how to laugh freely from the body, rather than from the mind … experience the joy of free-flowing laughter!

Laugh and play in a guided experience that is stress relieving, physically conditioning, boosts your immune system, and is guaranteed to keep you in good mood through the rest of your day!

Join Nicci for a fun, energising and restorative experience for both your mind and mind! Experience the joy movement AND of free-flowing laughter in this unique combo-workshop!

Date: Saturday, 29th October
Time: 2.00 – 4pm
Cost: R200
Sign up: 082 462 4844 or email
No yoga, movement or previous experience is required.


WHAT IS THE NIA 5 STAGES? – 5 moves – one amazing practice!

Nia 5 Stages is an integrative movement practice based on the five developmental movement stages humans experience from the embryo to walking. Practiced with awareness, these stages have the power to facilitate optimal alignment, improved function and comfort in the body. As a practice, it supports your body holistically to sustain mobility, flexibility, strength, agility and stability.

Consciously moving through these stages as an adult re-integrates the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual elements in such a way that after just five minutes of practice, participants notice improvements in power, range of motion, and ease in areas of their bodies other forms of exercise do not affect. This process of realignment allows the body to do what it is designed to do: explore its potential, self-heal and grow.

The class is very experiential and is a powerful blend of movement and learning about the body and how it was designed to move and support you. Everybody is powerfully moved by this practice.


If you have never experienced a laughter yoga class you might be wondering “Laughter Yoga”??? ...it is not a traditional yoga class at all  – but a unique and fun experience to stimulate laughter for an inspiring experience!

It is one of the most enjoyable and funniest movement sessions you will ever experience!

  • It is an “exercise system” that combines simulated laughter-based activities, rhythmic clapping and yogic-inspired breathing  to bring about hearty laughter from deep within the body.
  • You do not need to have a particular sense of humour, nor do you need to feel like laughing to enjoy a laughter yoga class. You will find that before long the laughter flows naturally due to the group dynamics and the contagious nature of laughter. Laughter yoga teaches you to laugh freely from the body, rather than from the mind.
  • In our busy world we often do not have the opportunity to really stop and just laugh uproariously the way we did when we were children. Laughter yoga creates a space for people to have fun and release pent up stress and tension through a good deep belly laugh! Laughter is nature’s antidote to stress – scientific research has shown that sustained laughter reduces the levels of stress hormones in the body, leading to improved health and wellbeing.
  • Dr Madan Kataria (a medical doctor from Mumbai, India) developed laughter yoga which is based on the body’s inability to distinguish between real and fake laughter – both provide the same wonderful physical and psychological benefits. Therefore the laughter is simulated at first but it very quickly turns into real, spontaneous laughter.
  • Laughter yoga works without humour, jokes or comedy. It is practiced in a group setting, and is extremely effective because laughter is contagious. As participants interact, the exercises stimulate laughter from all members of the group. One of the objectives of Laughter yoga is to cultivate childlike playfulness, which helps participants to laugh without reason, and eye contact also helps to convert fake laughter into real laughter. People of any fitness level and age group are able to participate.