Rituals for Being


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Join collective being for three in-person events designed to create wellbeing rituals for the everyday. These immersive sessions provide an opportunity to gather together, on Country and in community.

collective being sessions are designed to gently move your body, soothe your nervous system and encourage connection towards yourself, to those around you, and to the more-than-human world.

Beginning with a grounding and arriving meditation, you will be invited to open your sense doorways, before moving towards guided embodied movements and explorations, and closing with supported relaxation, rest and a deep listening sound practice.

Each session is invitational, mental health aware and facilitated by trained collective being team members. We invite your reflections, experiences and responses to this offering.

Feel free to wear comfortable clothes that allow you gentle movement and relaxation. Please bring along a towel, cushion or mat to practice on.

Find out more about collective being sessions on their website.

Session details

  • Sunday 6: Facilitated by jo buick (she/her), Phil Kayumba (he/him), and Tea Angela (she/her)
  • Sunday 13: Facilitated by Isy Stoner (she/they), Nancy Wong (she/her), and Tea Angela (she/her)
  • Sunday 27: Facilitated by Jem Gay (he/they), Harry Harris (she/her), and Tea Angela (she/her)


*Please note: you do not need to register to attend this event. 

Wominjeka (Welcome). We acknowledge the people of the Eastern Kulin Nations as the traditional custodians of the land on which we meet. We pay our respects to the land, their ancestors and their elders—past, present and to the future.