Cradle Mt & Freycinet Peninsula: 3-9th May, 2020
Bring your woolies and join us and enjoy the magickal autumn colours in Tasmania. Come with Coral Majoor, David and Victoria Webby on a deep transitional journey and be part of the magick and experience the beauty of Cradle Mountain and the pristine Freycinet Peninsula.
In the Southern Hemisphere, a southern-most island off mainland Australia, Tasmania has been called “a vast island wilderness of ancient forests and pristine rivers and extraordinary wildlife” by David Attenborough. In a recent tour to Cradle Mountain Lee Carroll, channeling Kryon spoke about Tasmania and the energies of metaphysics and invisibility: “The energy of this land is different, is pristine and beautiful. If you are in a place that is just filled with Gaia, you know it”. For full channeling by Lee Carroll go here
There is nothing to compare the rich and amazing colours of Tasmania in Autumn.
In this amazing part of Australia we journey to Cradle Mountain. Here we will spend 3 nights in this truly beautiful iconic area. Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park is part of Tasmania’s World Heritage area. Be inspired by the glorious views of the Mountain from Dove Lake, the ancient forests, and endemic fauna and flora. We will come together for group activities that will connect us deeply with this ancient land. We will open our hearts and experience deep and silent moments to go within. Cradle Mountain has called to us to open our hearts and delve deeply into the song and simply BE!
From Cradle Mountain we journey east to the Freycinet Peninsula. A place of wild beauty, coastal mountains outlined in pink granite rock, the spectacular white sandy expanse of Wineglass Bay, and views across Coles Bay towards the great Southern skies (and perhaps the aurora lights). Here we will continue group activities through sound, dance, drum, singing bowls, language of light, times of silence and reflection and more. For our full itinerary see below.
CORAL MAJOOR is a Bowen Therapist and Energy Clearer. She has her own practice on the Gold Coast, Queensland and has worked in the Industry for over 30 years, working with groups overseas and throughout Australia.
Coral not only does Bowen Therapy in her clinic but has developed a way to do ‘Bowen at a distance’, currently with clients throughout the world. Not only does she do this with people but also has amazing results with animals. She also does energy clearing on houses and businesses.
Coral has her Masters in Dowsing, Diploma Certificate of Bowen and has been a Reiki Master since 1998 and has more recently studied Chakra Dancing.
“I love to travel and meet new people and helping them to be the best version of themselves. I simply love to laugh and love life”!
VICTORIA WEBBY has been a channel of sound and the Language of Light for the past 15 years. Through lucid dreams and messages she has often been called to many parts of the world as physical and spiritual conduit of sound to the song lines and waters of the Earth. She assists in the ‘awakening of hearts’ through her voice, her divine blueprints and channeling and activating through the languages of Star & Stone. Victoria holds many gatherings and sessions in Australia and Internationally and has facilitated group tours with her husband David in places such as Peru, Bolivia, Australia, Japan, New Zealand and Israel. Victoria was guided to move to Tasmania to continue the journey.
“Our world as we know it is shifting so quickly and deeply. It seems we can barely place our feet on the ground from one change before another takes place. I look forward to being with you all and enjoy the spontaneity of our consciousness together through group channeling and activities. We will hear messages that are new, reminders of how to stay balanced and to support each other and our world within. I am honoured to be with these beautiful Souls – Coral and David on this journey and excited to share with you this glorious part of the world in our own backyard. Welcome!”
A message from DAVID WEBBY
“Tasmania has become our home for the last 2 1/2 years, so we are both excited to share with others first-hand the beauty and serenity of this amazing region of Australia.
I am truly blessed to have a wife so gifted in channeling and am honoured to be a part of the group gatherings, whether that be accompanying the meditations on Crystal singing bowls, taking you on guided bush walks, or sharing my skills as a reflexologist.
I will also assist Coral and Victoria with the groups Sound/Bowen session and other activities that require my support. As a team we are there for each other and everyone that comes, to assist you in your journey.
We will be driving our own vehicles, so experience and knowledge of the roads in Tasmania will be an asset. At times, I will share my skills in the kitchen and cook up a favourite meal, including my infamous Sourdough bread! I look forward to sharing this beautiful journey with you”.
ITINERARY 3rd – 9th May, 2020
We will meet in Hobart City early on Sunday, 3rd May. From here we will travel via the Central Highlands Lakes District to Cradle Mountain where we spend 3 nights in this amazing area. We will open to the opportunities given to us by the sacred Spirit of the land and walk with the Elders, ancients and Devas. We will connect at a level that opens our hearts to see within and to open our minds to grand possibilities – to see through the veil of our life. Over the 3 days we will BE in group meditations, walks, sound and dance. We will receive channeling and messages from the sacred land and from our Inner Earth. We will balance through our energy fields/chakra systems and be introduced to our higher ‘Living Light Systems’. We explore the 5D nervous system at more depth. We will shift through crystal singing bowls, drum, profound energy and voice. We will open and be reminded to ‘constantly BE-in-NOW’ as we move through each day in both laughter and silence.
After 3 nights we will then travel to Freycinet Peninsula, the site of the infamous Wineglass Bay. As you have felt the power of the Spirit & Guardians of the lands of Cradle Mountain here you will continue the journey with the ‘energies of Ancient Seas’. We will continue with the group gatherings and time for self, walk the mountains and the beaches, connect with the ancient seas and the stones and simply BE. We make time here for a Sound-Bowen group session which is incredibly powerful with singing bowls, language of light and bowen therapy. A group reflexology session is definitely on the cards! We will continue to explore through the powerful synergy of our beautiful mind-heart connection, our bodies/temples and continue the journey through our nervous system and ‘temples of light’. More dance, channeling and sound sessions will flow! We will BE very much in the spirit of the moment each day to see what unfolds. Our agenda will flow freely and participation in all is optional, your journey, your choice!
On Saturday, 9th after 7 inspiring days together we will travel from Freycinet back to Hobart City where you can check in to your hotels before we meet for our final dinner in Hobart.
What is included:
All accommodation: – night of Sunday, 3rd May to morning of Saturday, 9th May. In Cradle Mountain we have premium 2 bedroom chalets with spa bath and in Freycinet we share beautiful house accommodation near the ocean. More information on booking forms.
Transport on Sunday, 3rd May from 9.30am in Hobart City (not the airport), return to Hobart City around 4-5pm on 9th May.
Entrance & national park fees
Small & personal group (limited to 10 people)
Meals: 6 breakfasts, 2 lunches and 3 dinners (in house) + dinner out in Hobart on our last night (drinks extra). Water and some snacks.
All group activities provided by Coral, Victoria & David (individual sessions with Coral & Victoria will be available at extra cost)
More detailed information available on booking form or contact Coral (+61 402329425) or Victoria (+61 438165297) with any questions.
Investment AUD $1,960.00. Based on share accommodation. There are only a couple of single rooms available and will be based on ‘first in’ basis – please contact Victoria ASAP to discuss. +61438165297 or email@example.com
(Payment plan will be available on booking form. Final balance to be paid by Friday, 27th March, 2020)
**Non-Refundable Deposit AUD $333.00
Within Australia: Via bank deposit (please contact Victoria).
International: Victoria will supply you with banking details for TRANSFER WISE (fees for you are much cheaper than PayPal!). PayPal is also fine if you wish to pay via this channel (fees for PayPal are paid by participant).
**As this is a small group retreat we would urge you to place a deposit early so you don’t miss out. We would never want you to lose money so if for some reason you have to cancel we will return your deposit (less any bank fees) when your place is filled.
More about Cradle Mountain: Cradle Mountain is the central feature of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, part of Tasmania’s World Heritage area. The park covers an area of 124 942 ha which is characterised by a rugged, glaciated landscape with over 25 major peaks and a wide range of glacial formations – tarns, glacial lakes, moraine deposits, U-shaped valleys and waterfalls.
The area was glaciated during the last ice age (about 10 000 years ago) when a huge 6 km ice cap formed and glaciers flowed from its edges carving the landscape into dramatic shapes with their inexorable erosive powers.
The first human settlement of the region occurred when the local Aborigines moved into the highlands as the glaciers began retreating. The extensive button grass plains are a legacy of their extensive use of fire to clear pathways through the rugged terrain and to aid hunting by attracting animals to the tender shoots of the new vegetation.
The jagged contours of Cradle Mountain epitomise the feel of a wild landscape, while ancient rainforest and alpine heathlands, buttongrass and stands of colourful deciduous beech provide a range of environments to explore. Icy streams cascading out of rugged mountains, stands of ancient pines mirrored in the still waters of glacial lakes and a wealth of wildlife ensure there is always something to captivate you. The area is one of the most popular natural areas in Tasmania (information from smh.com.au)