With over 50 workshops and panels on yoga, music, dance, healing, creative arts, sustainability and various cultural ceremonies over three days on April 20th – 22nd 2018. Byron Spirit Festival is an opportunity to check out of your every day, and choose your own spiritual adventure in the idyllic surrounds of Northern NSW.

Australian medicine woman and owner of Her Voice Heals, Chrissie Fireman has a strong connection to the Andean path of cosmology. She is a home-school mother of 2 children, believing her medicine to be foremost that of a mother. After 13 years of facilitating Empathic Communication sessions, Firemane is incredibly passionate about this modality of healing and is currently preparing a training vehicle for this modality of deep healing. As musician and ceremony woman, she is now singing as Pachamama in the Peruvian band Amaru Pumac Kuntur. Firemane leads spiritual pilgrimages and masters retreats in her spiritual homeland of the Peruvian Andes.

Jeffrey Slayter is a top researcher of Leadership and Self Awareness and its application to the high-performing awakening entrepreneurs who are building businesses for a better world and committed to impacting generations to come. He brings disruptive insights (in a good way) – adventures, coaching, training, events, high-end masterminds, iconic guests, tools, tactics and edgy information, with the intention to turn not just your business – but you – inside-out.

Australian born artist Ella Noah Bancroft is a storyteller, teacher, tantric and mentor, with her Indigenous heritage playing a key role in her story. Her ancestral links have given her a platform for expression within the arts. She studied the art of Indigenous dance from a young age and danced in both the opening ceremony of the 2000 Olympic games and the Walk for Reconciliation across Sydney Harbour Bridge. Over the years, Ella has been travelling the world, acquiring new skills, ways of thinking, ancient wisdom and local teachings. She is passionate about re-wilding, sexual engagement within the world and the feminine force and is devoting her life to making this work accessible in the West.

The festival’s new Byron Bay home will see the program running between Byron’s premiere new events complex Cavanbah Centre and the luxurious surrounds of Elements Of Byron.

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