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04 - 10 July, 2022
04 July
  • Rejuvenating The BRC: A Family Retreat With Children In Mind

    Teacher: Anisha Maharaj and Eshara Ramphal
    Cost: 3 days accommodation + R400 surcharge
    Children's rate at 50% of the cost
    Dates:

    anisha maharajeshara ramphalParents and children are invited to join a three-day retreat in the rolling hills of the BRC. Anisha will instill an appreciation of simple pleasures, joy and gratitude. The days will be filled with drumming, making art, mandalas and wind-chimes, nature walks, ubuntu story-telling and toasting marshmellows under the stars.

    Eshara will be offering yoga and mindfulness sessions over the 3 days. Children of school-going age (8 years and up) must be accompanied by an adult.

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    Anisha Maharaj worked for several years in corporate and global business roles tapping creativity and inspiring entrepreneurship. It is her playful, sociable nature and an unwavering belief in ethics, morality and kindness that have shaped her Hygge (contented) lifestyle. She is artistic, a yoga lover, a tree-hugger, a dance enthusiast, and widely travelled - with a knack for unleashing the inner child and finding beauty in simple pleasures.

    Eshara Ramphal is a trained children’s yoga and mindfulness teacher. She has taught yoga and mindfulness to children between the ages 3 -12 years for the past two years at preschools and offers Sweet Kidz Yoga And Mindfulness classes at the Durban Botanical Gardens twice a month. While offering a service to children and creating a balance in their lives with exercises of the body and awareness of the mind, she is equipping them with tools for life. As the children become more mindful about their thoughts, feelings and behaviour, they are sure to develop higher self-esteem and greater respect for themselves and others.

05 July
  • Rejuvenating The BRC: A Family Retreat With Children In Mind

    Teacher: Anisha Maharaj and Eshara Ramphal
    Cost: 3 days accommodation + R400 surcharge
    Children's rate at 50% of the cost
    Dates:

    anisha maharajeshara ramphalParents and children are invited to join a three-day retreat in the rolling hills of the BRC. Anisha will instill an appreciation of simple pleasures, joy and gratitude. The days will be filled with drumming, making art, mandalas and wind-chimes, nature walks, ubuntu story-telling and toasting marshmellows under the stars.

    Eshara will be offering yoga and mindfulness sessions over the 3 days. Children of school-going age (8 years and up) must be accompanied by an adult.

    View teacher details
    Anisha Maharaj worked for several years in corporate and global business roles tapping creativity and inspiring entrepreneurship. It is her playful, sociable nature and an unwavering belief in ethics, morality and kindness that have shaped her Hygge (contented) lifestyle. She is artistic, a yoga lover, a tree-hugger, a dance enthusiast, and widely travelled - with a knack for unleashing the inner child and finding beauty in simple pleasures.

    Eshara Ramphal is a trained children’s yoga and mindfulness teacher. She has taught yoga and mindfulness to children between the ages 3 -12 years for the past two years at preschools and offers Sweet Kidz Yoga And Mindfulness classes at the Durban Botanical Gardens twice a month. While offering a service to children and creating a balance in their lives with exercises of the body and awareness of the mind, she is equipping them with tools for life. As the children become more mindful about their thoughts, feelings and behaviour, they are sure to develop higher self-esteem and greater respect for themselves and others.

06 July
  • Rejuvenating The BRC: A Family Retreat With Children In Mind

    Teacher: Anisha Maharaj and Eshara Ramphal
    Cost: 3 days accommodation + R400 surcharge
    Children's rate at 50% of the cost
    Dates:

    anisha maharajeshara ramphalParents and children are invited to join a three-day retreat in the rolling hills of the BRC. Anisha will instill an appreciation of simple pleasures, joy and gratitude. The days will be filled with drumming, making art, mandalas and wind-chimes, nature walks, ubuntu story-telling and toasting marshmellows under the stars.

    Eshara will be offering yoga and mindfulness sessions over the 3 days. Children of school-going age (8 years and up) must be accompanied by an adult.

    View teacher details
    Anisha Maharaj worked for several years in corporate and global business roles tapping creativity and inspiring entrepreneurship. It is her playful, sociable nature and an unwavering belief in ethics, morality and kindness that have shaped her Hygge (contented) lifestyle. She is artistic, a yoga lover, a tree-hugger, a dance enthusiast, and widely travelled - with a knack for unleashing the inner child and finding beauty in simple pleasures.

    Eshara Ramphal is a trained children’s yoga and mindfulness teacher. She has taught yoga and mindfulness to children between the ages 3 -12 years for the past two years at preschools and offers Sweet Kidz Yoga And Mindfulness classes at the Durban Botanical Gardens twice a month. While offering a service to children and creating a balance in their lives with exercises of the body and awareness of the mind, she is equipping them with tools for life. As the children become more mindful about their thoughts, feelings and behaviour, they are sure to develop higher self-esteem and greater respect for themselves and others.

07 July
  • Rejuvenating The BRC: A Family Retreat With Children In Mind

    Teacher: Anisha Maharaj and Eshara Ramphal
    Cost: 3 days accommodation + R400 surcharge
    Children's rate at 50% of the cost
    Dates:

    anisha maharajeshara ramphalParents and children are invited to join a three-day retreat in the rolling hills of the BRC. Anisha will instill an appreciation of simple pleasures, joy and gratitude. The days will be filled with drumming, making art, mandalas and wind-chimes, nature walks, ubuntu story-telling and toasting marshmellows under the stars.

    Eshara will be offering yoga and mindfulness sessions over the 3 days. Children of school-going age (8 years and up) must be accompanied by an adult.

    View teacher details
    Anisha Maharaj worked for several years in corporate and global business roles tapping creativity and inspiring entrepreneurship. It is her playful, sociable nature and an unwavering belief in ethics, morality and kindness that have shaped her Hygge (contented) lifestyle. She is artistic, a yoga lover, a tree-hugger, a dance enthusiast, and widely travelled - with a knack for unleashing the inner child and finding beauty in simple pleasures.

    Eshara Ramphal is a trained children’s yoga and mindfulness teacher. She has taught yoga and mindfulness to children between the ages 3 -12 years for the past two years at preschools and offers Sweet Kidz Yoga And Mindfulness classes at the Durban Botanical Gardens twice a month. While offering a service to children and creating a balance in their lives with exercises of the body and awareness of the mind, she is equipping them with tools for life. As the children become more mindful about their thoughts, feelings and behaviour, they are sure to develop higher self-esteem and greater respect for themselves and others.

08 July
  • Blooming aloes! Gardening For Happiness

    Teacher: Chris Dalzell
    Cost: 2 days accommodation plus R300 surcharge
    Dates:

    chris dalzellThe aloes, halleria and leonotis are in full bloom in Ixopo! If you are looking for some green-thumb inspiration and motivation join Christopher Dalzell for a dynamic weekend of basic gardening tips where you will learn the practice and art of gardening. The weekend will entail plant identification and plant selection of trees, shrubs, ground covers and bulbs. He will show you how to prepare a flower bed and how to lay out your plants, and how to plant trees and other plants and their maintenance; and advise on plant propagation. Experience all this - and more - and celebrate the BRC's gardens and its green spaces.

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    Chris Dalzell was Curator of the Durban Botanical Gardens where he was in charge of special collections. He has studied, lectured and travelled internationally, collecting plant specimens from USA, Canada, Brazil, S.E. Asia, Australia and New Zealand. For many years he guided the South African exhibition at the international Chelsea Flower Show where his stall was consistently awarded Gold and Silver-Gilt Medals. He was appointed Assistant Director for the development of Gardens by the Bay in Singapore. He currently runs his own landscaping business Chris Dalzell Landscapes.

09 July
  • Blooming aloes! Gardening For Happiness

    Teacher: Chris Dalzell
    Cost: 2 days accommodation plus R300 surcharge
    Dates:

    chris dalzellThe aloes, halleria and leonotis are in full bloom in Ixopo! If you are looking for some green-thumb inspiration and motivation join Christopher Dalzell for a dynamic weekend of basic gardening tips where you will learn the practice and art of gardening. The weekend will entail plant identification and plant selection of trees, shrubs, ground covers and bulbs. He will show you how to prepare a flower bed and how to lay out your plants, and how to plant trees and other plants and their maintenance; and advise on plant propagation. Experience all this - and more - and celebrate the BRC's gardens and its green spaces.

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    Chris Dalzell was Curator of the Durban Botanical Gardens where he was in charge of special collections. He has studied, lectured and travelled internationally, collecting plant specimens from USA, Canada, Brazil, S.E. Asia, Australia and New Zealand. For many years he guided the South African exhibition at the international Chelsea Flower Show where his stall was consistently awarded Gold and Silver-Gilt Medals. He was appointed Assistant Director for the development of Gardens by the Bay in Singapore. He currently runs his own landscaping business Chris Dalzell Landscapes.

10 July
  • Blooming aloes! Gardening For Happiness

    Teacher: Chris Dalzell
    Cost: 2 days accommodation plus R300 surcharge
    Dates:

    chris dalzellThe aloes, halleria and leonotis are in full bloom in Ixopo! If you are looking for some green-thumb inspiration and motivation join Christopher Dalzell for a dynamic weekend of basic gardening tips where you will learn the practice and art of gardening. The weekend will entail plant identification and plant selection of trees, shrubs, ground covers and bulbs. He will show you how to prepare a flower bed and how to lay out your plants, and how to plant trees and other plants and their maintenance; and advise on plant propagation. Experience all this - and more - and celebrate the BRC's gardens and its green spaces.

    View teacher details
    Chris Dalzell was Curator of the Durban Botanical Gardens where he was in charge of special collections. He has studied, lectured and travelled internationally, collecting plant specimens from USA, Canada, Brazil, S.E. Asia, Australia and New Zealand. For many years he guided the South African exhibition at the international Chelsea Flower Show where his stall was consistently awarded Gold and Silver-Gilt Medals. He was appointed Assistant Director for the development of Gardens by the Bay in Singapore. He currently runs his own landscaping business Chris Dalzell Landscapes.