Deniliquin, NSW

Deniliquin NSW 2710

For Bookings: 0435 930 514



Abundance Workshop

 16th Jul 2015   published by: Kylie Blacksell

“I can’t afford it”… “There’s not enough money in the kitty for that”….”My dream holiday/ home/ car/ partner/ friendship group……is just a dream”…..”Not sure if retirement is an option…ever!”….

Does this sound like you?

Do you often wish for an abundance of money, resources, good friends, good health, or knowledge?

Then attend this workshop to equip yourself with the tools that will help you to remove all of the obstacles between you and abundance, and to manifest abundance in any area of your life!

You will learn specific techniques from yoga, mudras (hand and body gestures), pranayam (breathing techniques), affirmations, light and sound therapy and many more disciplines, to bring you a tool box that you can employ whenever you wish to manifest abundance.


I would love it if you could join us.

Just bring a note pad and pen, a pillow to sit on (there are some chairs available if you prefer), a water bottle, and comfortable clothing for yoga.

Bookings are essential as there are limited spaces.

The first hour of each workshop is usually yoga, specifically formulated to tackle the issues in the theme of the workshop.

The last two hours are packed full of useful information about this topic, while we eat a yummy and healthy supper. (There is usually a worksheet to accompany this section).

6:30pm – 9:30pm Tue 21st July 2015

Cost = $5 to cover supper, printing and heating. (This is a pilot workshop and so is essentially FREE other than covering costs).

All bookings require a $5 non-refundable deposit. There are very limited places (14 in workshop space and 9 over SKYPE) so without payment, your place may be given to another.

Workshops are held at Unit 12, Birubi Chambers, 121 Hawker Pl. Hawker. This unit is right on the corner of Beetaloo st and Hawker Pl. Directly opposite the KFC Restaurant. There is a small “Human Happiness” sign at the door. There is ample parking across the road, next to KFC, disabled parking and access at Birubi Chambers, and a toilet inside the unit.