RETREATS AND YOGA CLASSES


The property 'Niche' has been sold
Kathy is delighted to continue hosting/catering for some retreats at www.tranquilpoint.com.au and other centres in Tasmania (see current schedule below). Please email info@nichetas.com.au for more information, bookings and enquiries.

Kathy's Hobart Classes 2017

Wednesdays
at Women’s Health Centre 25 Lefroy St commencing 8th February
9.45 -11am
(Experienced)
11.15 -12.30 (Beginners)

Thursdays
9.30 – 10.45am
at my home Congress St South Hobart commencing 9th February
A small class tailored to individual needs $15 per session

Please contact Kathy on
Mob: 0400993024
or info@nichetas.com.au for the address and further details

Retreat Schedule 2017

4-9 January Teen Meditation and Yoga Retreat Spring Bay Youth Camp www.ime.org.au

17-19 March Creative Arts Therapy Retreat with Andrea Bream and Arwen Dyer at Orana Lauderdale. Information and Bookings email arwendyer@icloud.com | mob. 0419249867

31March-2nd April Doll Making Workshop with Nelly Hampbel Tranquil Point Retreat www.tranquilpoint.com.au

7th April One Day Restorative Retreat with Kathy Rudolf Congress St South Hobart
From 9.30 to 2.30 Includes morning and afternoon yoga sessions of restorative practices, breathing techniques, Yoga Nidra and a delicious lunch.
The cost is $60 only and numbers limited to 5, so please book in early!
info@nichetas.com.au
| mob. 0400993024


About Kathy Rudolf

I have been practising yoga since 1977 (Sydney Yoga Training course with Martyn Jackson) and teaching in Tasmania for 30 years, holding a Senior Teaching Certificate with Yoga Australia. My practice has its foundation in Iyengar Yoga and has also been inspired by continuous studies in various yogic traditions. In 2005 I established the beautiful Niche Yoga Retreat Centre and hosted, cooked and taught yoga there for eleven wonderful years, until the property was sold in late 2016.

A new chapter begins with a return to the city, creating a ‘petite’ yoga niche in my new home in South Hobart, ideal for personalised yoga sessions, and resuming teaching at The Women’s Health Centre. My gypsy nature will enjoy a little roaming retreat wise, and I have also become a locum yoga teacher, filling in for classes in North Hobart and Taroona. Yoga has simply been the greatest blessing in my life and a privilege to be part of this vibrant yogic community.