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Bali Yoga Retreat

24th - 30th of October 2022

This sacred place stole my heart in twenty sixteen, i've been leading retreats and trainings here ever since. I'm so looking forward to sharing it with you. There's something special about the welcome Bali offers.

It feels important to share my intention for these offerings with you.. I intent to create bespoke and heartfelt experiences that connect you back to yourself. I share the places and people that have and continue to inspire me on my individual journey. These experiences are deeply personal for me and a huge privilege. We do this by engaging the local practices and rituals, which connect you to the culture and richness of the land we visit. We travel to learn about the place that we visit, which teaches us so much about ourselves. These unique journeys are initiations into the aliveness of life! They are designed to wake us up to the beauty and sacredness within and without. ​​​​​​​​
If you’re craving to come home to yourself, in the company of warm souls, this opportunity is for you.​​​​​​​​

Community Kirtans & Cacao Ceremony

3rd July 1:45 pm - 4:30 pm


You are invited to join us in the Ray of light and Tayla for an afternoon of cacao and Kirtan. Kirtan is a practice of chanting in a call and response. No experience is needed, just a desire to listen to the sweet sounds of mantras shared by Rachel and guests.


There is no cost for the kirtan, however, the cacao ceremony beforehand is $38. Please get in contact to secure your space for the cacao ceremony.

Ray of light 20 Cope Place Bulli.

Please bring a cushion to sit on.

Please park on the left as you come down Cope place.

Yoga Philosophy Course

5th September - 10th of October 2022

Dive into the richer contents of Yoga’s teachings. Understand the psychology, ways of practice and the goal of Yoga.


Our trainings are rooted in the idea that the work first begins with self-inquiry. By understanding our inner workings, we understand our relationship and role in the larger collective. 

Our methodology is not just about intellectualizing a philosophy; we teach how to embody what we learn. So the connection and refinement that you cultivate become a part of how you live, show up for other people, handle adversity, care for yourself, and build a life filled with purpose and meaning. And for this, no prior knowledge is required! 

*Recordings will be available for those who are unable to attend the live sessions. 

Salutations to the moon 

15th August 2022 - 7:00 - 8:30pm

The moon and her white Hughes offer us qualities that are cool, calmative, and cyclical. During this nourishing evening workshop, Rachel will guide you through sweet, freeing movements with a luxurious focus on the exhalation. This offers us the opportunity to cleanse and let go. You’ll experience the moon’s sound vibrations through mantra to guide your smooth transition mentally and spiritually into the calm and quiet moon energy. This exquisite energy will imbibe and remind your system of these feminine qualities, a remembrance. This practice will inspire both new and experienced yoga practitioners and teachers alike. 

Location: Yin and Yoga Chalfont St Giles 

The Twist Saddlers Yard, Up Cor, Chalfont Saint Giles HP8 4FG, United Kingdom. Nestled away in the leafy Chiltern Hills in grade II listed building, the mission of Yin & Yoga is to provide a serene, safe, and welcoming space where anyone can begin, explore and further their yoga journey on their own pace in a relaxed and informal setting.


The Language Of The Gods, Online Chanting Course

6th September - 18th October (7 weeks)

What to expect:

  • Introduction to Vedic chanting 

  • Become familiar with the points of articulation, and mouth positions of the Sanskrit sounds

  • Learn some of the foundational rules of Sanskrit grammar to support 

  • Increase your ability to read transliterated Sanskrit. Begin unlearning seeing the Sanskrit as the English alphabet 

  • Experience the Maha Śiva sūtras - the fourteen sūtras are said to be sounds of Śivas damaru drum

Sanskrit Language, which the Puranas describe as the Language of Gods, was from the sound of Lord Śiva's Damru, a percussion instrument that adorns Lord Śivas hand. Sanskrit Alphabets' origin is from Maheśvara Sūtras. After completing His cosmic dance, Śiva sounded His Damaru as the Universe was being created. These sounds create, maintain, regulate and destroy the Universe.