Electrify Your Spirit

Outback Australia

The spirit is in a relationship with the body. They are friends, they are together

Traditional Healers of Central Australia : Ngangkari

Experience a Taoist massage in open air nature and be nourished at an Indigenous sacred men’s healing ceremony.

Electrify Your Spirit on this inaugural 10-night Body Electric experience in the heart of Australia designed to help you unwind, unblock and rebuild your inner spirit. Australia’s Red Centre offers an extraordinary landscape of desert plains, weathered mountain ranges, rocky gorges and sacred Aboriginal sites.

The prerequisite for this workshop is Celebrate the Body Electric.

This is an ancient land, with magnificent, awe-inspiring landscapes. It is home to the traditional custodians; peoples with continuous and sustainable habitation for ten’s of thousands of years. The richness and the depth of their culture and spirituality is still evident in this vast landscape.

Tick this journey off your bucket list on this 10-night, 11-day Body Electric experience from 06 September to 16 September 2019 and explore unique aspects of this rugged land and the culture of its people.

Day 1: Arrive Alice Springs

This evening meet the rest of the group over a welcome dinner.

Day 2: West MacDonnell Ranges

After breakfast you will travel to the West MacDonnell Ranges to literally immerse yourself in deep waterholes in several of the extraordinary gorges west of Alice. This afternoon is at your leisure.

Day 3: Workshop

After breakfast you will travel 40 kms south to the private workshop venue. This is a privately owned property spanning 600 acres with a desert backdrop of Alice Springs escarpments. Rugged, rocky outcrops great for safe private exploration and solitude. There are a range of accommodation options including double share cabins with en-suite, bunking in with others in a multi-share cabin, sharing a tent or sleeping under the stars in a swag. You will enjoy 3 generous and delicious meals each day.

Days 4 to 7: Workshop

Day 8: Uluru

After breakfast you will visit an ancient sacred men’s ceremonial site where the ancient laws are carved in stone. Ewaninga is an extremely powerful and important men’s place, the meaning of the carvings too sacred to share with the uninitiated.

You will then make tracks to Uluru which is a five hour drive away. You will stop for a classic Aussie roadhouse lunch (own expense). Further along you will lookout to Mt. Conner which is often mistaken for Uluru and walk the nearby sand dunes to see an expansive salt lake.

Depending on your choice of package you will be assigned to a twin or triple share room.

Day 9 & 10: Uluru

This will be your base for exploring Uluru and Kata Tjuta. The space between these two ancient rock formations is considered to be the point of the Earth’s third chakra, the solar plexus chakra known to be a healing place. You will spend time with an Aboriginal elder hearing about traditional Aboriginal healers (ngankari). The final day at Uluru will be structured around the most popular requests, possibilities include Uluru sunrise, walking around the base of Uluru, visit ritual places at the base or exploring Kata Tjuta. We will gather in the evening for a farewell dinner.

Day 11: Depart Uluru

After breakfast there will be a closing ritual before heading to Uluru airport for flights.

Additional information and additional expenses

The cost of this experience varies according to the accommodation options available. We have endeavoured to keep costs down and hope you find something that suits your style and budget. There are four accommodation options for the 5-nights of the workshop: Double (room for 2 people sharing a queen bed and private facilities), Bunk-In (multi-person room sharing a queen bed or in a single bed), Camping (2 people sharing a tent with sleeping bag each) and Swag (literally sleeping under the stars in a swag). All categories are quota restricted. The 2-nights in Alice Springs and 3-nights in Yulara are in shared rooms.

Transport to Alice Springs and from Uluru is not included, this package starts in Alice Springs and ends in Uluru. Taxi from Alice Springs airport to the Alice Springs accommodation is at your own expense, likewise taxi from Yulara accommodation to Ayers Rock (Uluru) airport. Some meals are at your own expense including two lunches and three dinners. A small gift of low but symbolic value needs to be purchased for another man in the group and may be purchased at various stopping points along the way. Indigenous artefacts for your personal collection may also be purchased along the way. There are many exceptional galleries for purchasing authentic art and cultural items, feel free to seek advice from the team.

Disability access is limited in parts, please consider this when making your booking. Participants should have a reasonable level of physical fitness and mobility and must be able to negotiate uneven surfaces. Strictly no refunds for cancellations within 60 days of commencement. Any unused portion of the package is non-refundable and cannot be exchanged for services or cash. Dining inclusions do not include beverages and menu options are subject to limitations. Travel insurance is compulsory for international participants and we suggest purchasing travel insurance as soon as possible after purchasing this package. Occasionally our itineraries are updated, some changes may be necessary due to unforeseen circumstances. This may happen with little notice so please be prepared for modifications.

Spaces are strictly limited, book now.

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