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December 4, 2022

A joyful and happy life

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Soul Alchemy at Byron Bay Food & Culture Festival

Your wellbeing is the key to living a joyful and happy life. In support of this notion, Caper Byron Bay Food & Culture Festival has curated a powerhouse lineup of wellness facilitators for a morning exploring the practices that support a wealth of wellness.

Hosted at Bende Studios at Habitat Byron Bay this Friday 11 November, 8–11.30am, special guest Shelley Craft will lead a conversation on inside-out wellness with experts in their field: Tiffany Jackson (meditation teacher); Mukti (Founder Mukti Organics); Emma Maidment (Yoga & meditation teacher), and Penny Loughnan (co-owner Vagabond).

In addition to the panel discussion the event includes a Bende Vinyasa yoga class, Immersive Sound Healing with April Swift (Soul Alchemy), breakfast by Vagabond and a gift bag with health-filled goodies.

If you find yourself wondering the why, what, and what-not-to of how you can alter your daily life to be more joyful, healthful and conscious of providing support to your overall wellbeing, then book into this unique event before it sells out. Capacity is limited to keep the event intimate. 

To find out more about Caper Byron or to book your tickets, visit: caperbyronbay.com.


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