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Goddesses retreat to Cossack

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Goddess Retreat participants, organisers and participants in Cossack.
Camera IconGoddess Retreat participants, organisers and participants in Cossack. Credit: Moss Green Images

More than 15 women enjoyed a weekend of relaxation, yoga, meditation, art and nature in the beautiful surrounds of historical town Cossack at the inaugural Goddess Retreat October 12-15.

The retreat was conceived by The Space creative director Cass Doyle, who wanted to bring women together to celebrate and rejoice in all things art, nature, nourishment and yoga.

Throughout the weekend, the women participated in daily yoga and meditation sessions led by Ms Doyle, art and craft sessions and nature walks.

Women enjoyed daily yoga and mediation sessions.
Camera IconWomen enjoyed daily yoga and mediation sessions. Credit: Moss Green Images

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Participants made mandalas under the guidance of Kiah Twelftree from Mamatree.

Jac Nicholls from Cracker Jack Paddlesports took the women on a nature walk and led paddle- boarding sessions through the Cossack creeks and beaches.

People at the retreat also enjoyed a delicious selection of vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free foods provided by Beth Corps.

The retreat was hailed a great success by event organisers.

Visit thespacekarratha.com.au.

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