There’s something in the air in Lennox Head, and it’s got to do with the increase in popularity of our local wellbeing industry. While we are located in the heart of the Northern Rivers, and neighbours to the capital of the alternative industry Byron Bay, we do things a little bit differently here. If you’d like to check out something new in healing or just find a different way to relax, there’s plenty on offer right here in town.
An exciting initiative currently under development is www.lennoxwellbeing.com.au. This website will provide a place to learn, connect and share information about the whole range of wellbeing modalities and will include a glossary of terms, calendar of events, classes and seminars, plus much more. At this point creators are still seeking expressions of interest on a range of pages within the site. Well worth a visit.
There are now several yoga alternatives in Lennox Head. Here are just the few we know about, but there are more, and we welcome those people to contact us.
Yoga for Grownups is run by Maria Kirsten, normally at the surf club. During surf club closure she has made other arrangements. Check out her website www.yogaforgrownups.com
The Yoga White Lotus Sivananda Yoga Centre is on top of North Creek Road. This is a traditional yoga centre and retreat that runs classes, workshops, meditation courses, positive thinking classes, cooking classes and more. www.yogawhitelotus.com
Daniel Rawson is running Yoga for Surfers on Wednesday evenings in the tower in the Community Centre, and beginners yoga on Saturday mornings in the same venue.
And new to the Community Centre is D-Vine By Nature Yoga now Ujalia Yoga with Jess. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 pm.
Annushka (Anna Heggie) has been combining yoga and art for many years, at her Lennox Head Yoga classes in Sandstone Crescent. This Friday morning at 10.30 am she will be presenting a talk at the library about her book which is called YOGA HAPPINESS: A Path for Transformation. Her website is www.lennoxheadyoga.com.au
There are also plenty of massage alternatives in Lennox – we will bring you more in the following weeks.
Bronwyn Quigley is offering her special relaxing and remedial style of massage in her own clinic at Fitness Matters Gym. Bronwyn has years of experience and has spent many of those learning a range of healing techniques. She is a very knowledgeable and dedicated practitioner. Find her at the gym.
Carly Lorente is another very experienced practitioner who has just opened a clinic at Blackboard Café. While she specialises in womens’ health, Carly is also interested in mental health and believes in holistic treatment. Come and sit in Carly’s herb garden, drink tea, have a chat and come out feeling a whole lot better.
If you are a natural therapist or wellbeing practitioner, please get in touch with us and we will be happy to profile your business in upcoming issues of Wave Weekly.