Yoga Hikes in Nature

Experience a deeper connection to nature, your body and your breath as we combine a nature hike, mindfulness and a slow flow yoga class in the breathtaking surroundings of Lake Samsonvale in Brisbane’s north. Feel alive, aware and connected as we immerse ourselves in nature, and yet experience life and spaciousness within.

Lake Samsonvale

Join me, Ainsley, as I lead you on the bush trail for a 6km out-and-back hike around Lake Samsonvale. We meet at Forgan Park, and experience the breathtaking scenery of the trail, the trees, the wildlife and the water, as we journey on the path around the Lake and North Pine Dam. On our return to Forgan Park, Ainsley guides you through a 50minute slow flow yoga class on the grass, surrounded by nature views in all directions. We breathe, we move and finally we enjoy the a delicious morning tea to conclude our experience.
Ainsley Moden is a registered yoga teacher and massage therapist, and inspired by nature. Ainsley is an experienced hiker, camper and nature explorer. Making time to breath consciously and be in awe in nature, really makes her heart sing.
This 3 hour event is registered business event and operates with the permit issued by SEQwater. This is a COVID safe event. BYO yoga mat is essential.  The cost is $49, suitable for ages 14+. Bookings are essential and places are limited to 20 people.
Terms and Conditions apply to adhere to health and safety guidelines. A moderate level of fitness is required to complete the 6km walk. A general health questionaire is required by all participants.
Should weather conditions be poor and not be safe to proceed, this event may be postponed to a later date. To protect the natural environment no pets are allowed.  For further details, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

“I enjoyed the hike and yoga so much! What a wonderful attitude to life you have, thank you Ainsley”    – Jamie-Lee, Sandgate.

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