Yoga Retreat designed for Beginner Questers

Saturday 11 Jan - Sunday 12 Jan 2025

Start Date:
Saturday 11 January 2025 at 6:30am
Finish Date:
Sunday 12 January 2025 at 5:00pm
Retreat Length:
2 day
Quester Level:
Useful Props:
Yoga Mat, Bolster, Block and Blanket
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Note: All dates and times displayed are for your region and time zone.

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In this exceptional Beginner Yoga Retreat, you will start leaning into self-care routines and stress management to support you to live your best life. It’s the perfect way to practice self-control, maintain balance and focus on connecting with your heart-mind for more clarity, mindfulness and flexibility… all from the comfort of your home.

Our Yoga Retreat includes yoga, meditation, nutrition, pilates, mindfulness, philosophy and breathwork practices to enhance your spiritual nature.

ThisThis is your opportunity to learn the key pillars of Yoga and pranayama to help empower your connection to self, improve mobility and foster mindfulness. Beautifully immersive, the Yoga Retreat will teach you how to reconnect with your body, drop into the parasympathetic nervous system, connect to your inner peace and start living from your heart.

This retreat is focused on mindful movement and will help you to be more embodied and centred in daily life. The yoga class will teach you to slow down and connect with your breath. Nutrition and menu suggestions will encourage you to nourish yourself with delicious wholefoods. The pilates sessions will start refining and strengthening. The meditation teachings give you skills to foster inner peace, and the breathwork assists with your energy flow and grounding.

You will be guided through each of the new daily teachings with engaging coaches who are experts in their field. Each morning starts with a relaxing meditation, followed by an invigorating yoga class, then a variety of uplifting Quests to increase cognitive flexibility and cultivate awareness.

Experience the ancient yogic transition of mindful movement with a Beginner Yoga Retreat and start your journey of self-awareness and personal transformation.

Take the next step and join us on this exciting journey into Yoga.

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Retreat Overview

Start Date:
Saturday 11 January 2025 at 6:30am
Finish Date:
Sunday 12 January 2025 at 5:00pm
Retreat Length:
2 day
Quester Level:
Useful Props:
Yoga Mat, Bolster, Block and Blanket
Price AUD:

Note: All dates and times displayed are for your region and time zone.

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Yoga Retreat Schedule

Join our incredible Beginner retreat, packed full of transformative quests.
Start Saturday 11 January at 6:30am and finish Sunday 12 January at 5:00pm.

  • Saturday 6:30am to 7:00am
  • Saturday 7:14am to 8:15am
  • Saturday 9:45am to 10:45am
  • Saturday 11:00am to 12:00pm
  • Saturday 1:30pm to 2:30pm
  • Saturday 2:45pm to 3:45pm
  • Saturday 4:15pm to 5:30pm
  • Sunday 6:30am to 7:00am
  • Sunday 7:15am to 8:15am
  • Sunday 9:15am to 10:15am
  • Sunday 11:00am to 12:00pm
  • Sunday 1:30pm to 2:30pm
  • Sunday 2:45pm to 3:45pm
  • Sunday 4:15pm to 5:00pm

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Into the music I go, to lose my mind, and find my soul.

Quest from Home

Retreats are the perfect way to start your personal wellness journey and to learn, explore new concepts and teachings, and above all thrive. This is time dedicated to looking after your mind, body and soul. Time to unwind, recharge and reconnect to who you are, your innate wisdom and absolute potential.

As part of this, you will learn how to start reducing stressors, better look after and care for the body, think differently about nutrition, undertake life-affirming mindful movement and be treated to the fundamental practice of meditation to help you ground, watch your thoughts and better control your monkey mind. And all of this from the comfort of your own home where you can try, fail, succeed and try again to your heart's content and know that you are on the path to a greater you. You even have 30 days from the time your retreat starts to re-watch any of the Retreat Quests you loved, and really get the most out of your learning. And let's face it, the more you re-watch the Quests, the more likely you are to make new neural pathway connections and form habit changing behaviours which will lead to the ultimate personal transformation.

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To help you plan for your Yoga Retreat, our tips and tricks will ensure you achieve the best results, set realistic expectations, pre-prepare for your sessions, re-watch retreat content, enjoy your downtime, limit distractions and connect with other Questers which will help you make the most out of your online retreat experience.

How is an online retreat different from an in-person retreat?

Like an in-person retreat, an online retreat gives you that wonderful immersive experience with a range of coaches, learning about personal growth mindset and empowering you with a new sense of purpose and discernment so you have greater clarity into the life you want to live. This is what makes online retreats so incredibly powerful, addictive and totally life-changing.

The best part of an online retreat is that you don’t have to travel anywhere. You can stay incognito in your retreat with no need for a webcam or microphone so if you aren’t great at yoga, tend to fidget through meditation or need a quick bathroom break, you can take a pause without worrying about what anyone else thinks. We even provide you with a list of nutritious whole-food recipes with an accompanying shopping list to help you feed your body like you were on a retreat but with the added bonus that you can tailor it to your specific requirements.

Online retreats are more cost effective when compared to in-person retreats. Without travel, accommodation and chef-prepared food costs, you can get the same immersive experience and quality learning at a fraction of the price. Then, if you really love the coaches, you can choose to enrol into one of their personalised courses so you can become more proficient in your favourite wellbeing practices! It’s the best of both worlds… an immersive experience that is affordable and non-confrontational.

We love in-person retreats and we encourage Questers to participate in them whenever possible, however with the recent travel challenges we understand that it’s not always affordable or possible.

Especially for first timers, an online retreat is a great way to test the waters, see what a retreat is like from the comfort of your own home and then decide if an in-person retreat is the next step. For seasoned ‘retreaters’, being able to complete immersive learning on a more regular basis is the best way to solidify your knowledge and refine your personal practice.

How do I achieve the best results?

Our goal is to help you achieve improved wellbeing by learning new skills to assist in your Quest for self-growth and increased potential. As part of this experience, repeating lessons can help you better integrate your new knowledge into your current lifestyle with greater ability to change your habits permanently. Then as you improve your skills and hone your interests you can immerse yourself further into courses specific to your needs.

If you want to improve mobility, health, overall wellbeing or clarity of mind and reduce stress, then a variety of our retreats and courses will help you achieve this. If participating in retreats on a regular basis is something you can achieve, this will help reinforce any new lifestyle habits. The one thing we do know is that change takes consistent effort over a period of time, there is no shortcut to changing behaviours and adopting a new lifestyle. If your goal is to make big changes, then you will need to commit to a regular routine of participating in the areas you want to improve.

Healthy change does not require someone to flip their routine completely upside down. Change needs to be achievable and realistic, it needs to allow you to maintain your commitment to your work, family and life commitments to be sustainable. We recommend you commit to your goals for at least 90 days to see the results. At this point, if you have been consistent with your new routine, you should see real change.

As an example, implementing 20 minutes of mindful movement and activity per day may be a great start. This may be a blend of exercise, journaling, meditation, goal writing, reviewing your progress for the week, looking at a healthy meal plan for the coming week and even just taking time out for yourself to sit and reflect on the wonderful commitment you are making to yourself.

If finding time to continue practising your new learnings is challenging, going to bed a little earlier and setting the alarm clock to wake 30 minutes earlier are simple tricks to help you start implementing your new routine. Consistency is the key, participating in your new found skills and continuing to practise them over time will help achieve the desired outcome.

Top tips for having a positive mindset for your Quest

Here are our top tips for setting the best mindset for your Quest and really giving yourself time to absorb the teachings -

  • If you are new to Mindful Movement training, take it easy, give yourself time to see results and do not judge yourself if you are not at the level you want to be.
  • Be kind to yourself, do not push your limits especially if you have any past injuries or have not participated in Mindful Movement training previously.
  • Give yourself time and don’t set expectations about how you should feel or what you need to get out of it. You're doing this for your own self transformation and healing so be kind to yourself if you are not at the level you want to be.
  • Have an open minded approach with the mindset to allow yourself to discover where you are at on this Quest. Be prepared to have moments of awe and wonder, have fun with it so you can see what sticks. This will help you apply the teachings into your life.
  • Ah-ha moments may take time to land. If you don’t have any major revelations straight away, that is perfectly fine. You may find it unravels for you further over the coming days or weeks and when it does provide clarity you will get the full benefit out of the practice.
  • Don’t take it too seriously. We are on a journey of growth and transformation and the more you can play with the content the better you understand it.
  • Listen to your body during all active Quests, take your time and really feel how your body reacts to certain postures to reduce the possibility of injury.
  • Reduce distractions by switching mobile phones and smart watches to ‘airplane mode’ od ‘do not disturb/silent’ mode and quit out of any email browsers or notification software on your computer prior to commencing your Quest.
  • Take time after your class to really absorb the teachings and sit with how it feels within your heart, mind and body.
  • We recommend you listen to the Quest the first time without taking notes so the new information really washes over you and you get a great understanding of the teachings. Go back after you have completed the course and rewatch to take notes on key take-ways and talk to family and friends about what you have learnt. This will help to really cement your understanding, retain the teachings and incorporate it into a regular practice.
  • If you're not really understanding a practice, or feel like you are stuck in your monkey mind, don’t put pressure on yourself. You are where you are and that’s perfect for you right now. You may need to explore this content further after you have had time to digest it and feel more connected to the concepts, when you are in a clearer state of mind.
  • Don’t forget that these Quests will help you have more skills in your toolbox to deal with negativity, instability, trauma and overwhelm. The more you repeat these practises the more automated and competent you become at meeting life’s challenges with a positive behavioural response instead of falling back into old patterns of being unconsciously triggered.
What expectations should I have about my retreat?

Try not to put pressure on your performance, expectations on how you should feel, or fixate on the outcome of the retreat. Instead, be open to new ideas, try-on new concepts and be prepared to look at life in new and inspiring ways, and we hope you will walk away with more self knowledge, love and insight than you had before you commenced.

The optimal goal is that at the conclusion of the retreat, you are inspired and truly committed to your new journey, ready to embody a new lifestyle, improve your wellness habits and strive for an open mindset.

We hope this will be one of many retreats, courses and steps that you take in your personal transformation and we hope to be part of your continued life-long learning.

How should I prepare for my retreat?

To get the most from your retreat we will provide you with a list of helpful tips and tricks, including:

  • Use our supplied meal recipes and suggestions to help cleanse the body and pre-plan your meals.
  • Consider what clothing helps you stay flexible for your movements.
  • Tell friends, family or housemates that you need some space and quiet time while you are attending your retreat.
  • Clear your schedule to limit distractions like calls, emails and messages.
  • Use props for your practise -
  • Prepare your quiet retreat space and setup your room to maximise a flow state with -
    • Incense, diffuser, candles or an oil burner
    • A notebook or device to take notes
    • A comfortable seat
    • Headphones or earbuds for a more immersive experience
    • A bottle of water
    • Switch phone to sleep or airplane mode and or turn off all notifications
  • Test your device prior to your retreat start.
  • Take the time to reconnect and ground yourself in your breaks.
  • Don't set performance expectations, keep an open mind and be prepared to try something new.
  • Re-watch sessions you loved to help embody your learnings and change habits.
  • ollow up in-depth courses from any of the coaches that you loved learning from.
How long do I have to complete my retreat?

We want you to get the very best experience at your retreat and to learn, thrive and explore new concepts and teachings. Each of the quests you undertake have a start date and time to help step you through your retreat experience and give you that drip feed, immersive experience. If for some reason you aren’t able to watch one of your quests at the scheduled time, don’t worry because once the start time has passed you can come back and watch it again at any time within 30 days.

We know that sometimes life gets in the way and there are unexpected responsibilities that come up, which is why we give you 30 days from the time your retreat starts to re-watch any of the Quests you loved, and really get the most out of your learning. And let's face it, the more you re-watch the Quests, the more likely you are to make new neural pathway connections and habit changing behaviours on your path to transformation.

What if I can’t attend the whole retreat? Can I re-watch it later?

We know that sometimes life gets in the way and there are unexpected responsibilities that come up, which is why we give you 30 days from the time your retreat starts to re-watch any of the Quests you loved and really get the most out of your learning. So, if you can’t attend the whole retreat, need to start late, duck out to pick up the kids or can’t sit still for that long it’s no problem. Take it one step at a time and come back to finish off your learning within the 90 days whenever it suits your schedule.

What does a typical retreat day look like?

Retreats run for around 5-6 hours per day with classes focused on a range of activities such as yoga, meditation, philosophy, breathing techniques, mindfulness, health, nutrition, wellbeing, wellness and spirituality. All retreats are different and depending on your selection, they will have more focus on specific ‘wellness’ areas but with a good mix of topics to help you unlock your full potential. We schedule lots of breaks so you can replenish yourself, eat a nutritious meal, make a cup of tea, have a glass of water and take a walk outside. This gives you time to really absorb what you have learnt and clear your mind ready for your next class.

How much downtime will I get in my retreat?

As much as we would love to fill your retreat with endless learnings, it simply isn’t practical for you to be overloaded with training and sessions.

During your breaks, plan to do some mindful activities for yourself, or things you love doing but you never make the time for. It may be reading a book, having a cup of tea and putting your feet up, taking a nap, writing in a journal or reflecting on what you have learnt. Going outside and sitting on the grass or taking your shoes off to connect with the earth is a great way to ground yourself and reconnect to who you are, and can be a good way to reset before your next class.

How can I limit distractions for my retreat?

Being 100% committed to your journey is an important first step in achieving your goals and changing your life. Telling someone you trust that you have signed up for a retreat can also be a powerful motivator as it helps you articulate your commitment to self-learning and dedication to complete your quest.

If you are living with other people (friends, family, partner or children), it would be beneficial to give them as much notice as possible that you are starting your retreat in the event they can organise an outdoor activity to give you some quiet time. If leaving the home is not an option, let them know that you would appreciate no interruptions while you are participating in your session.

Turn your phone to airplane mode (or offline mode), put on ‘do not disturb’, and turn your phone on silent. The fewer distractions you have, the more chance you have of being able to totally focus on yourself, reflect on the sessions and enjoy the experience of your retreat.

If you are taking the time to dive into a retreat, then make the most of it and limit distractions as much as possible. Many live, in-person retreats have strict rules around electronic devices so pretend you have no internet for your journey and you will get much more out of your immersive experience.

Once your day is done, try to stay in the moment, reflect on what you have learnt and experienced. Avoid turning the phone back on or dropping into your ‘normal’ evening routine. Change requires action, intent and discipline, if that is what you are seeking, then do the right thing by yourself and commit to your retreat experience as best you can.

How do I connect with other students that have attended a retreat?

Learning in a group environment is a great way to really motivate you and learn from other people's successes and achievements. We really want you to share those great ‘ah-ha’ moments with others too as it helps to reinforce your new habits, behaviours and how you identify yourself which is the key to personal growth.

So we have a wonderful Facebook group caller ‘Questers’ that you are welcome to join, to connect with other like-minded yogis, spiritual seekers and fitness fanatics that have a love of learning and transformation like you.


So you are ready to start your Yoga Retreat, knowing how much space you need at home, how to prepare your retreat space, items that can be used instead of traditional props, if headphones or earbuds are required and if you should plan your meals, will make it easier to start your quest with confidence.

How much space will I need at home to do my retreat?

During our retreats, we have lots of different Quest videos, each with different requirements. But as a general rule, when you are completing meditation and more ‘theory’ based learning, you will just need room to sit. If you are completing a physical activity like yoga, pilates or fitness class, having room for a yoga mat with a good arms space around you should be ideal. You need to be able to lie down and stretch your arms and legs out in either direction without any obstacles. Also having enough space above your head to raise your arms without hitting any beams or low ceilings is advisable.

If you are tight for space, we strongly recommend that you move items out of the way to avoid anything falling on you during your sessions.

There may be the odd walking meditation or request to jump up to energise yourself but nothing that needs too much space. You can always go outside too if that is a better area for the physical exercise activities of your retreat, especially if it’s a nice day and you have an undercover area available. Be sure to check the retreat's description to see if there is anything you specifically need for your learning so you can focus on having fun with your incredible Quest Coaches.

Do I need an outdoor space for my retreat?

No, you don’t need an outdoor space for your retreat. Just remember that if you are doing your retreat outdoors, that an area undercover would be ideal so you can enjoy your retreat in all weather conditions and having something soft to sit on or a yoga mat will make it more comfortable for you. If there is a walking meditation as part of your retreat, you can walk indoors or outdoors, wherever there are less obstacles and it is safe to do so.

You may find that in between quests, if you have an outdoor space, that going outside and sitting on the grass or taking your shoes off and walking on the earth is a great way to ground yourself and reconnect, and can be a good way to reset before your next class.

How can I prepare my retreat space?

If you have the opportunity to prepare a neat, clean and tidy retreat space, it will help with the overall experience. Do you ever feel the sensation of happiness when the house is clean and tidy? Well, imagine that, while also going through the experience of cleansing the body with healthy meals and training your mind to be the best version of you.

If completing a multi-day retreat, clear your bedroom of clutter and put away all electronic devices that may distract you from having a good night's sleep. Remove anything that reminds you of work or tasks that you need to do. Try to limit any prompts that take your mind back to the ‘normal’ routine of life and let yourself become immersed in your wellbeing journey.

What equipment do I need?

Your OneQuest retreat is designed to be viewed online on a device like a smartphone, tablet, laptop, computer or smart TV so a good internet connection is ideal, but don’t forget if you miss a part or need to rewind or watch a section of the retreat again, you certainly can.

For the yoga sessions, your teacher may request the use of props like a blanket, block, bolster or strap to assist with your asana positions and help support your body alignment and comfort. If you don’t have any of these handy, you could use the following:

  • Pillow or firm cushion
  • Rolled up towels that can also be secured with rubber bands
  • Stack of books tied up or wrapped in a towel
  • Belt, tie, sock, scarf or rope

It is also handy to have an exercise yoga mat to practise on, to not only support your practise but also to help keep you more stable, especially on slippery surfaces. If you don't have a mat you can practise on non-skid carpet, a rug that is non-slip or a slightly damp towel so it is more grippy.

For meditation sessions, it is recommended to sit on a cushion, blanket, block, bolster, stool or chair so you are comfortable sitting for an extended period of time. Keeping your hips above your knees also helps to keep your posture in good alignment and stop your feet going to sleep so you have a more enjoyable experience.

If you are considering purchasing some props, use our Guide to Yoga Props for tips on how to choose the right items to support your practice.

Do I need headphones, earbuds or a webcam?

Our courses and retreats do not require you to have a webcam. This is on purpose so you can comfortably learn from home, without anyone seeing you. So if pyjamas are your go-to attire then that is perfectly fine and no one's the wiser! So even if there happens to be a live portion, you can stay perfectly anonymous and stay webcam-free.

Headphones or earbuds can be a great way to tune out the world and better control your level of focus on the content you are learning which will help you stay motivated. They are a great investment if you don’t already have a set, however any cabled listening headphones will cause some restrictions in physical activity classes.

Headphones and earbuds can be a great option if you are in a shared space or, if you want to listen to your quest content on the road or while you are walking. With more vigorous exercise (if you have chosen one of our fitness or yoga Quests) you will find it more difficult to wear headphones unless they are wireless/bluetooth. Earbuds are much smaller and often water resistant, are lighter and more stable during rapid movements.

Bluetooth options are most helpful to remove any cables connecting you to your device and you can move around more freely.

How should I plan my meals?

We provide our Questers with some healthy meal ideas so they can cleanse their body as they train their mind, body and soul. If you want to follow our meal plan, make sure you have completed your shopping before your retreat commences so you are able to enjoy the meals with little fuss. Our nutritious meals are designed to be simple to make and easy to put together.

If you have a good routine and a healthy diet already, make sure you are prepared with your ingredients so you can relax and enjoy the time you have to make your nourishing meals.

You may want to prepare your meals the week before so there are even less interruptions to your retreat. If you are going to prepare and eat meals between your sessions, consider how much time this will take.

The two things in life you are in total control over are your attitude and your effort.

Billy Cox