Mystique Moksha



Blue Mountain Yoga Retreat – WEEKEND RETREAT

We have locked on a beautiful venue for the retreat 21st-23rd June 2024.

Join us in The Blue Mountain

For a transformative retreat and to celebrate International Day of Yoga (IDY) 2024 and cultivate a happy Buddha within you.

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IDY, observed on the 21st of June every year, was proclaimed by the United Nations in 2015 to highlight the importance of yoga for overall well-being. We embrace the spirit of inclusiveness and joy, and we are excited to celebrate this special day with our community.

During the retreat, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the practice of yoga, guided by experienced instructors who will help deepen your connection with yourself and the world around you.

Our retreat will be designed to cater to individuals of all levels, from beginners to advanced practitioners. Therefore, our retreat will also incorporate workshops and discussions on various aspects of yoga philosophy, mindfulness, and self-care. These sessions will provide you with valuable insights and tools to integrate the teachings of yoga into your daily life, fostering personal growth and well-being.

Time to hit the reset button with a 2-night retreat at Blue Mountains to the peaceful environment of Happy Buddha, only 90 min drive from Sydney.



Room type:- Twin Share
Regular: $750(To be paid in full)   |   Early Bird: $675 29th February 2024
Room type:- Couple Room (limited no.)
Regular: $700 p/p   |   Early Bird: $625 p/p
Room type:- Single Supplement (limited no.)
Regular: $1050 p/p   |   Early Bird: $975 p/p
Room type:- Triple Share
Regular: $675p/p   |   Early Bird: $600 p/p
Triple share available only if you are coming in a group of three (Only two triple rooms are available)
Room options will be given on first come first serve basis

Room options will be given on first come first serve basis.

Payment Method: Direct deposit

Account: Mystique Moksha Events

Bank: ANZ Bank

Account Number: 609954162

BSB 012294


Your first name and BMIDY2024


For more information or to book your spot, contact:

The Mystique Moksha Team

Phone: 0401 376 141


What’s Included:

  • Includes all accommodation, all yoga sessions, pranayama and meditation sessions, bush walks, free time & other activities.
  • All meals are catered for, All vegetarian meals; first evening, daily breakfast, lunch, dinner, last day breakfast and lunch

  • Fruit and yummy desserts; Extensive tea and coffee selection, filtered drinking water.


  • Your travel is not included, we will welcome you at the venue on Friday
  • 21 st June 2024. Plenty of car park at the venue.
  • Massage
  • Any item not specified in inclusions.

What to bring:

  • Your travel is not included, we will welcome you at the venue on Friday 21stJune 2024. Plenty of car park at the venue.
  • Massage.
  • Any item not specified in inclusions.

Cancellation policy:

In case of cancellation request due to covid-19 we would not be able to refund. We will, instead, provide credit for you on one of our next retreats as per the availability. Additionally, a medical report is required prior to cancellation.

(If we have someone on waiting to join or you bring in some new participant, then we can Refund 90% and deduct 10% for the admin charges)

The organisers are complete discretion to cancel the event, in that case full refund will be made.

How to book:

  • Email to reserve your place
  • There are three options for the room


Just fill up the form below and we'll get back to you at the earliest.


What is Yoga?

Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice that originated in ancient India. The word ‘yoga’ originates from the Sanskrit word Yuj, meaning join, yoke, or unite. Yoga is a method of getting a balanced body and a relaxed mind. It includes the breathing activities called pranayama and the physical act of yoga stances called asanas (yoga poses). Yoga likewise incorporates contemplation, self-examination, and knowledge of yoga philosophy.

What are the advantages of yoga?

Yoga can be highly beneficial for those who practice it regularly since it makes our body flexible, powerful, conditioned, and stable. Yoga energizes the body and improves digestion and breathing as well as strengthens the heart and circulatory system. These are just some of the physical benefits of Yoga. By enabling us to concentrate on our energy and empowers confidence within our body, Yoga techniques can support spiritual growth by teaching us how to maintain a sense of calm in difficult situations and understanding compassion towards other people.  

How frequently should I practice yoga?

Many people start with 2-3 classes a week, working towards a daily routine with Yoga. In many cases, you can notice significant differences in your body just after a week of regular yoga practice. If possible, start with two to three sessions a week and work out a plan with your teacher on how to build it into your daily routine.

I have a health condition. Can I do yoga?

Numerous individuals practice yoga as an approach to dealing with their health concerns. There are a variety of yoga classes and asanas to address and work with various physical conditions. However, it is always a good idea consult a physiotherapist or yoga trainer to explain your health concerns and see how to best move forward.

Articles on Yoga

What is Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga is the most common type of yoga people do in the western world today. Hatha places special emphasis on slow, measured movements and mindfulness. Generally, the term hatha yoga is used for any type of yoga that combines poses (asanas) with controlled breathing (pranayama). The Yogi usually holds a pause for several breaths.

Benefits of Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga is an exercise that uses breathing techniques and physical postures to develop a better connection between the mind, body and spirit. The word HATHA itself is made up of 2 words: “HA” meaning sun and “THA” meaning moon. The sun is the positive current in our body and the moon is the negative current. Hatha is the balance between the negative and positive.

5 Yoga Asanas (Poses)

Practised for over 4000 years, yoga is a collection of different slow and fast exercise routines and numerous poses (asanas). In this article, we will focus on 5 well-known yoga poses:

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