Thursday, September 14, 2017

CERES Merri Merri Bushdance 2017









Come and celebrate spring with us at the CERES Merri Merri Bush Dance on Saturday 21st October 2017 from 4:00pm - 8:00pm

You can get on down to the old school sounds of the fiddle and get your boots moving with some traditional bush dancing. Listen to local music, feast on organic food and sip on a seasonal spritzer in the springtime sunshine. Activities for kids and prizes for best dressed individuals and family.


A lot of country right here in the city!

 
   Ticket Price:              Adult - $15
Child (3-15) - $5 (under 3s free)
Family (2 adults 2 kids) - $35
CERES Members receive a 10% discount
  
Bookings essential. To make a booking please visit https://www.trybooking.com/RYKP

For more information contact 9389 0100 or visit 


CERES Community Environment Park
Cnr Roberts and Stewart Streets, Brunswick East.

 

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network

The Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network (ACFCGN) organises an annual gathering of city farmers & community gardeners to share our stories, network & renew friendships!

This year the gathering will be in Melbourne... well, more precisely in Moreland!
And we are super excited to be involved.

The gathering will be at CERES on Saturday 7 October 2017 and visiting gardens in the Geelong area on Sunday 8 October 2017.

To book your tickets & find out more visit this link.


Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Spring Equinox Cleansing Workshop

Photo by Rasha Tayeh, all rights reserved

Spring Equinox is associated with rebirth & renewal, making spring a good time to cleanse. As we gently move out of our winter hibernation, the equinox marks a good time to reenergise the mind, body & spirit through movement & nourishment.

Join nutritionist Rasha Tayeh & yoga teacher Lori Curran to celebrate this time of year.

In a holistic approach combining yoga, nutrition & herbalism, this workshop will discuss medicinal properties of selected ingredients that support health & wellbeing during this shifting season. We will look at practical ways to support the kidneys, liver & digestive health as we begin to move closer to the warmer months of the year.


This 3-hour workshop will include:

90-minute yoga flow & meditation: a considerate yoga flow, aimed to create internal heat and begin the cleansing process, focused around the organs of spring (liver & gall bladder)
90-minute nutrition & wellness component that will discuss selected foods & herbs, their cleansing & medicinal properties, along with a demonstration & tasting*

When: Sunday 24th September, 2pm – 5pm

Where: Grace Revolution, Level 1/462 Smith St, Collingwood

Cost: $100 early bird ticket (if you book before 1st September)

Or $120 (after 1st September)

Workshop is limited to 20 places.

To book visit this link.

If you have any questions please contact Rasha Tayeh on: rasha.tayeh[at]gmail[dot]com

*Vegan tasting included – please contact Rasha Tayeh when you book if you have any allergies.



Lori Curran is a yoga teacher & remedial massage therapist. As a yoga student for over 10 years, Lori has practiced a variety of styles including Hatha, Iyengar, Amrit, Pranaa & Yin. As a practicing remedial massage therapist, her studies in both massage & yoga have been intertwined with a deep understanding for self-connection. Lori completed her formal yoga teacher training with Julie Gargano of Pranaa House, and has additional studies through the Mindful Yoga Academy and Zenergy for kids. She is a registered Level 1 Yoga Teacher with Yoga Australia. For more info visit www.thehumblenook.com

Rasha Tayeh is a holistic nutritionist, researcher & artist. Her practice is inspired by the seasons & ways in which we can enhance connections with our bodies, our communities & with nature. She combines principles of nutrition & herbalism in her wellness workshops. Rasha is a registered nutritionist with experience working in private practice, community health and academia. As an artist, she has exhibited nationally & internationally at various galleries including the Australian Centre for the Moving Image & the National Gallery of Victoria. For more visit www.rashatayeh.com
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