It was a perfect day in the mountains today for Australia’s highest yoga session. Held on International Yoga Day, it also happens to be the Winter Solstice; a celebration of our spirit being reborn and transformed from inner darkness to light.
Yoga and meditation have played a signification role in my life and in my move to the mountains, so I was excited to be a part of this unique and amazing inaugural event. Organised by Georgina Eve, with the help of K7 Adventures and Sontimer sunnies, the group of about 30 caught the chair lift and left Thredbo Resort, walking out along the metal grid which was at least partly visible for most of the way. Snowshoes were needed for the final climb to the summit. There were three session at different locations along the way, at the Kosi lookout, at Rawsons Pass and one right at the top of the highest mountain in Australia. I can’t think of a better way to celebrate International Yoga Day.