The Art of Heart

Where: The Convent Gallery, 7 Daly Street, Daylesford, Ballarat and Western District

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Early Bird: $172.21 ($170.00 + $2.21 fees)
  • General Admission: $192.47 ($190.00 + $2.47 fees) Available 17 Oct, 6:00am
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The Art of Heart returns to The Convent Gallery, with some exciting new elements that follow on from the last event.

Facilitators Zane Curwen-Walker, Asher Packman, Mark Kluwer and Ky Furneaux have designed another powerful program with elements of:
- The Wim Hof Method
- HeartMath
- Meditation
- Breathwork
- Survival Skills
- Ice Immersion
You’ll explore the edges of your human experience and embody insights by practicing some profound and effective techniques in a community setting.
You’ll also feel nourished inside and out with products and gear from our wonderful sponsors:

- Lululemon
- No Grainer Australia
- Mukti Organics
- Sprititual Nutrition
- The Fifth Direction

Some of which you’ll get to take home as a gift from us!
The day is all about community, and as always we will finish with a BBQ and some time to kick back in the beautiful gardens at The Convent.
Asher Packman is a qualified mindset coach and meditation guide, as well as a certified HeartMath and Wim Hof Method instructor. He brings a wealth of knowledge from different fields with heart-felt intention.
Mark Kluwer is an experienced coach and certified Wim Hof Method instructor operating in the Hepburn area. He is passionate about community connection, which he conveys through his powerful breathwork sessions.
Zane Curwen-Walker is a qualified trainer, meditation guide and Wim Hof Method instructor. Using techniques from a number of disciplines he seeks to explore the nature of the human experience.
Ky Furneaux is a stuntwoman, TV host, survival expert, author and motivational speaker. Her journey has gifted her with a wealth of knowledge on how to not only survive, but to ultimately thrive through life’s challenges. Girl’s Own Survival Guide – “the kick-arse guide to dealing with anything the world throws at you.

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