Enter Shambhala Fields, the nourishing soul of Lost Paradise. With a diverse programme of activities including yoga, talks, workshops, healing arts and indigenous experiences, Shambhala is a world unto itself.
This year will see the likes of Dr Karl, Simon Borg-Olivier, Mimi Elashiry, Luen and many more to provide you with a dose of hositic healing, stimulating workshops and activities.
Discover something new, expand your mind and stimulate your body with activities running day through night.
Be inspired and stimulated by our wellness programme, including yoga, meditation, bodywork and ceremonies with some of Australia’s finest teachers. Rejuvenate, educate and restore your body & mind.
Learn something new and expand your mind. Shambhala offers a careful curation of entertaining, informative and off-the-cuff workshops to leave you inspired.
The exchange of ideas is a core pillar of our Lost Paradise ethos. Enter a world of fascinating stories, talks, debates and live interviews with artists, experts and boundary-pushing thinkers touching on everything from sustainability to mental health, science, technology and everything in between. This is a place where curiosity is key.
Shambhala Fields also features a cultural program completely orchestrated by First Nation Australians. It focuses on presenting an authentic, contemporary Aboriginal experience through song, story-telling, yidaki meditation and Indigenous wisdom. Here, the First Nation peoples share their rich spiritual and cultural creativity with artists from other cultural backgrounds, crafting a fusion of customs and artistic expression.
Whether you’re in search of a remedial massage or musing on your future from our tarot reader, the healing arts area inside Shambhala Fields is your destination. Offering everything from energetic healing to astrology – it’s a little slice of magic for you to explore.
New for 2022, Shambhala’s ‘After Dark’ program offers a relaxing and ambient atmosphere of eclectic world music & sounds. A carefully curated space for those seeking an alternative haven under the stars.
“Lost Paradise is the kind of festival we go along to without knowing a single name on the bill and get lost in the experience."