“The Sacredness of Touch” – Zenthai Shiatsu
*15% solo/partner practice, 85% Body Work (No partner necessary)*
Embody the principles of therapeutic touch. Relax, less is more, nesting, be curious, explore limits, listen.. Invite your hands to be extensions of your heart. Invite single minded attention & explore taking another body through a practice that invites an unwinding of fascia & a release of stagnation. Zenthai Shiatsu is exceptional body work drawing from the traditions of Zen Shiatsu & Osteopathic Thai Massage technique. Come be guided through a sequence of this profound healing modality.
“Elements Embodied” – Zenthai Flow
*85% solo practice, 15% partner/group (No partner necessary)*
A rhythmic and fluid yoga class that explores, applies and embodies the five elements of Chinese Medicine. Zenthai Flow draws upon Qi Gong, breath work and yoga asana all incorporated into a flowing practice that tonifies the meridians (energetic channels), balances the 5 elements (Earth, Metal, Water, Wood & Fire), brings vitality to the body and promotes a centered mind. Come connect with the elements of nature within yourself. Join us in this heart felt practice that guides us away from division & back home to unity.
Since she could walk Sally has been experimenting with embodied expression, from dance to yoga, to circus and healing arts. Her relationship with facilitating movement practices began whilst at high-school as a part time dance teacher. Sally enrolled in her first Yoga Teacher Training with the Australian Yoga Academy. Since 2015 she has been involved with the Zenthai Shiatsu community and is now a qualified ZenThai Shiatsu Therapist and facilitator. Her classes have been greatly influenced Zenthai Founder, Gwyn Williams. Sally teaches with Gwyn at the Zenthai Healing Centers on the Sunshine Coast and in Bali, and represents Zenthai Shiatsu and Zenthai Flow with workshops and trainings across Australia and abroad.
QUOTES & REVIEWS
“I had such an incredible time at Lost Paradise – it was a wonderfully unique experience. Thanks again for the opportunity to attend Lost Paradise – it was one of the best festivals I’ve attended in Australia and a fabulous start to the year.”
Sophie Dellagiacoma – Australian Traveller Magazine
“I had such a good time at Lost Paradise! It’s one of the coolest festivals I’ve been to. I loved playing the Lost Disco stage, the atmosphere was wicked, the decoration was class and the lit up signs the crowd brought with them, added to it too.
After my set I went on the dancefloor with a few of my mates and saw the new year in listening to Jackmaster & Jasper James, was a memorable new year!”
– Patrick Topping
“Lost Paradise was a totally unique festival, nothing like it in Australia. Thank you to everyone who made it such a beautiful place.”
– RÜFUS DU SOL
“The thing that really makes this festival shine is without a doubt the sheer variety of acts in that world class lineup. Dense, ambitious, and not afraid to throw in a few curve balls, Lost Paradise is much more than your average doof, but a playground for all, no matter what your age or musical alignment.”
“After Boomtown in England this is definitely the second festival with the craziest stuff”
“One of the most magical spots we’ve ever played in Oz and a night complimented by generous staff and hospitality that really looked after us. A show we’ll never forget”
– STICKY FINGERS
“My favourite view from stage in the world. Doof sticks and the Australian bush, insane energy.”
– Willaris. K
“Re-awaken your sense of wanderlust and adventure with the festival’s secret hideaways, glittering late night discos, and inspirational art and performance”
No1 NYE 2017/8 Event in the World – Buzzfeed
“As 2018 became 2019, I found myself feeling sorry for all my Sydney pals couped up in clubs and bad house parties. But also, not really. When you’ve got a festival like Lost Paradise waiting for you just down the road, why on earth would you spend your New Year’s anywhere else?”
– Hhhappy – Bill Robinson
“A picturesque setting in Glenworth Valley forest, a flowing river that hugged the venue and camping grounds, and one of the most characterfully constructed settings of any festival this side of the Pacific, Lost Paradise curates its New Year celebrations in the same way it curates its lineup: with weird and wonderful indulgence.”