One-day Buddhist Meditation Retreat
Connect with nature
Immerse yourself in nature, relax and rejuvenate with this
one-day mini Buddhist meditation Retreat!
The next retreat is scheduled for November 2021.
Register your interest now:
Your day at Dangar Island:
Arrive at Dangar Island by 9.45 am from the Hawkesbury Station Ferry.
Settle into the Island with a mindfully drinking tea experience with Jo's organic homemade chai.
Go for a short walk to a water-view location where we will chant the Buddhist Mantra for compassion Om Mani Padme Hum and enjoy a Shamantha Buddhist Meditation practice led by Nat.
Meet for a byo vegetarian lunch
Enjoy a 30-minute walking meditation to a discrete part of the Island, where Nat will guide you through a grounding meditation to connect with the island and your higher-self.
Relax and use this time to meditate, draw or journal in silence. What a better way to let go of what's no longer serving you or manifest your desires while we're connected to our higher-self!
Finish the day with a beautiful afternoon tea made by our host Jo.
Leave at around 3.30 pm
A whole day of escaping your daily routine, connecting with nature and filling your own cup so that you can be fully present for those around you for only $97!
Only 11 spots available so get in first so you don't miss out.
To book your spot select the date you would like and press the BOOK button in the section below.
If you have any questions, would like to join the wait list or would like to be notified of future events, please email Nat at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I'm also happy to offer a discount for those on a concession or with a low income. Please email me if you'd like to request a lower price.
This is the last retreat on Dangar Island until Spring.
About Dangar Island
A unique island paradise on the Hawkesbury River near Brooklyn to the north of Sydney, Dangar Island is surrounded by sparkling water and views in all directions.
With no private cars to disturb the 'sounds of silence', Dangar Island is a haven of peace and tranquillity and an ideal place for a holiday, a weekend away or even a day trip from Sydney.
Nat found her way to meditation in 2015, when her doctors told her that she would be blind in 3 months time.
She knew that there had to be a way that she could regain control of her mind and heal her body, so she devoted her time to meditation, mindfulness and the metaphysics of eyesight.
Her dedicated meditation practice and determination to calm her mind and heal her body paid off, her vision didn't deteriorate to blindness, and 4 years later, in 2019, Nat's sight was regained through miracle eye surgery.
Nat is an Associate Member of Meditation Australia, a certified Buddhist Meditation Teacher, Wellness Coach, Chakra Intuitive and ACT Mindfully Practitioner. She loves sharing the healing benefits of meditation and mindfulness with people and watching their lives transform as well.