Saturday & Sunday 10 am services

Open to the Public

Service Includes ...

Open Heart Meditation 

Gratitude prayer 

Worship communing over a 

Consecrated Supper
Saturday Thai Yoga Practice
Sunday Tai Chi Practice 


Service starts at 10 am in the house and includes Saturdays Thai Yoga practice (need a partner to join) and Sundays Tai Chi practice (everyone is welcome). Must attend 10 am service to participate in Thai yoga (need a partner to join)  or Tai chi (everyone is welcome) it's an essential part of the practices Shoes are left outside the house on the porch to create a Sacred space. 


We believe our body houses source the "I AM" so we must take care of it for it to continue to support us. Remember this is a safe space for couples and families to thrive. If you're joining us for a service dress modest and comfortable no yoga pants. Wear loose fitting pants and t-shirt, no makeup, jewelry or cologne.


We commune over a whole food plant based Supper prepared in our home (without oil, sugar, dairy, meat or added salt) fresh from the community garden. We call it our Love Feast - Supper. 

Love Feast Menu


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All services are donation based. Find out more ways you can give of your time, talents and our treasures. 

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Love-Feast Supper is Served after Service


Salad with amazing cashew dressing. 


Sour dough bread or sweet potato muffins. 


Small bowl of soup or chili 


Greens, rice and beans includes seasonal fresh veggies from the garden. 

Beverage / Dessert

Fresh plump delicious whole dates with the seed still intact with walnuts on the side for dessert includes water and or tea.  

Holiday Menu

Lasagna, Jackfruit BBQ, Mock Tuna, Lentil Loaf, Enchiladas, Vegan Burgers, Pot Pie ...... to name a few. Spend your Holidays with us. We look forward to serving you. 

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Saturday Thai Yoga Practice

Every Saturday after 10am service. Must attend service to participate. All services are donation based. Dress comfortably conservative - no yoga pants, sweet pants, a loose t- shirt and a pair of socks work the best. No makeup, jewelry or cologne. 

Ayurveda and Thai Yoga: Religious Therapeutics Theory and Practice Ayurveda, Indigenous Traditional Thai Medicine and Yoga Therapy is strongly based on Classical Indian Ayurveda. ... Ayurvedic medicine, originating in India, is one of the oldest systems of indegenous, traditional medicine in the world.

2,500 years ago a dynamic bodywork therapy based upon yoga and Ayurveda practices, appeared in the temples of Thailand. This therapeutic art was directly rooted in the Indian healing traditions of Ayurvedic medicine.

The finding father of Thai Yoga, Jivaka Kumarbhaccha was a renowned doctor and yogi, he treated the Buddha, among others.

Meditation is also an essential element of Thai yoga and each session is practiced meditatively, in the spirit of “metta” meaning loving-kindness or friendliness. When practiced in this manner it allows the service to become deeply  and contemplative in nature. 

This greatly enhances the experience as it cultivates balance and a sense of well-being on all levels. For both the giver and the receiver. 

Sunday Tai Chi Practice

Every Sunday after 10am service. Must attend service to participate. All services are donation based. Dress comfortably conservative - no yoga pants, sweet pants, a loose t- shirt and a pair of socks work the best. No makeup, jewelry or cologne. 

Although tai chi is slow and gentle and doesn't leave you breathless, it addresses the key components of fitness — muscle strength, flexibility, balance, and, to a lesser degree, aerobic conditioning. 

By now, most people know that the Tai Chi form activates Qi in the 12 main channels as it would be activated in a 24 hour period. This activation keeps the body in perfect balance both internally and physically and gives the body a better chance of healing itself. Tai chi  improves upper and lower body strength.

However, there is another energy healing system inherent in the Tai Chi form which is just as potent and often even more pertinent to one's health as it strikes are particular illnesses and conditions via the "Extra Meridians" as we do the form.

This "Special Energy Movement" also gives us a way to see how we are going with reference to our internalising of the form. You will only feel these energy flows when you are really getting there and everything that you are supposed to be doing is working. 

Like being in a state of "Sung" and each part of the body moving in complete harmony, beginning and finishing at exactly the same time, moving like a perfect sine wave, being at one with the world around you, taking it all in as you move etc.