Arhatic Yoga Group Meditation Practice
Arhatic Yoga Group Meditation in Melbourne
All arhatic yogis are warmly welcome to join in this fun group practice. Experience the joy of Arhatic Yoga Practice in a group with your spiritual brothers and sisters!
Currently the only group Arhatic Yoga Practice session being held is the online group with Ms Marilette.
The in person group with Jessika & Julian is currently on hold.
The arhatic yoga meditation groups is run by Jessika & Julian. Jessika first took Arhatic Yoga Prep in 2002 with Master Choa Kok Sui in the USA, she has been practicing regularly ever since, repeating Arhatic classes over the years with Grand Master Choa Kok Sui, Master Nona, Master Hector, Master Stephen Co, Master Danny and attending retreats with other Master Pranic Healers.
Julian first took Arhatic Yoga in 2003 in Australia with Master Choa Kok Sui, repeating the class several times with Grand Master Choa and all of the other Master Pranic Healers. Julian has spent time at the Arhatic Yoga Ashram in India, to deepen his understanding and practice of Arhatic Yoga. And he travels regularly around the world to attend Arhatic Yoga Retreats.
Location: The Swell Centre, Habitat Uniting Church,
2 Minona Street, Hawthorn, Victoria
The Swell Centre is located in walking distance between Glenferrie station (10 mins) & Auburn station (5 mins). Parking is available on nearby side streets and at nearby parking lots.
There is also an Online Arhatic Yoga Group Practice with Ms Marilette. Every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 7pm AEST. Please request your Zoom link from email@example.com with a scanned copy of your AY certificate.
"How much Light comes to you,
depends on you." - GMCKS
"Inner noise prevents you from knowing who you really are. Regulate your thoughts and your emotions!" - GMCKS
"Internal purification is an absolute necessity. You must purify the incarnated soul of all unwholesome qualities." - GMCKS
"Arhatic Yoga consists of yogic techniques designed to help us develop spiritually. It is prehistoric in origin." - GMCKS