Papershell Farm, Aldinga

Meet yourself on a day retreat where you breathe the cool country air, feel your feet fall on warm earth, let your eyes drink in the almond blossom season in full bloom.

Experience your connection the living world and put your hands in the dirt to ground yourself. You’ll be led by Tessa Leon and Amber Cronin and have a special tour from Suhran Sidwho, Papershell Farm founder. Pick fresh food from the gardens for your lunch, explore practices that connect you to the land, meditate together and get cosy by the fire as the sun sets with live music in the magical Papershell Almond Door.


Welcome circle
Morning tea and farm tour
Spiritual ecology talk
Earth practice and journalling
Almond Door Hour/Afternoon Tea and closing circle

  • Water bottle
  • Warm clothing
  • Closed in shoes
  • Journal and pen
  • Bolster or cushion (if you have one)

Saturday 31st July 2021
10:30am – 6pm
Papershell Farm, Aldinga
Price $149
(10% members discount)

31ST JULY 2021



About Tessa Leon

Community, education and creativity are the passions that orbit Tessa’s life.

As co-owner of South Australia’s most influential yoga community, Tessa has spent the past decade studying, practicing and teaching the tools of self-awareness to thousands of people from all walks of life. She’s completed over 1000hrs of formal yoga industry certifications. Including studies in traditional hatha yoga, modern vinyasa, yin yoga, yogic literature and philosophy, buddhist dharma, meditation, biomechanics and anatomy. She acknowledges her most influential teachers; Sarah Powers, Georg Feuerstein, Jack Kornfield, Duncan Peak, Annie Carpenter and Rod Stryker for the influences she carries today.

For Tessa, yoga is the connection to modern life through living wisdom and open-hearted community.


About Amber Cronin

Amber is an emerging cross-disciplinary artist and facilitator living and working on Kaurna Land. She is passionate about spiritual ecology, connection and transformative experiences. Her socially engaged practice leads her to work within communities in development and project capacities. She also freelances as a producer on festivals, events and development of new works.

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