Nude yoga with Rikki

Immersive women’s workshops creating a safe space for vulnerability while cultivating courage, accessing self honour and journeying towards radical self-acceptance.

Nude yoga with Rikki

Immersive women’s workshops creating a safe space for vulnerability while cultivating courage, accessing self honour and journeying towards radical self-acceptance.

Attending just one session can change the way you view yourself and the world around you. Some women attend again and again praising their experience for the profound change it has brought to their lives.

I invite women of all ages, shapes, sizes and races to join together in an experience designed to unleash their inner divine feminine.

We challenge modern perceptions of conventional beauty. We are not the weaker sex. We are good enough, strong enough, powerful enough, sexy enough. WE ARE ENOUGH!

Become powerful! Join us for a divine night in a private, warm, candle lit sacred space, sitting in a circle around a sacred altar.

Shedding layers celebrates our most authentic, natural and rawest female form. Tapping into our goddess sensuality with breath, sound and movement. We encourage women to release what no longer serves them by unveiling their beautiful bodies amongst other imperfectly-perfect women.

WHY DO WE GET NAKED?

Removing clothes removes our armour, removes our masks, sheds insecurities and releases shame.

Shedding layers celebrates our most authentic and rawest female form.

Tapping into sensuality with breath, sound and movement, we encourage women to release what no longer serves them by unveiling their beautiful bodies amongst other perfectly imperfect women.

To BARE all to the experience, removing our clothes cultivates strength and courage to step out of our comfort zones and overcome irrational fears and limiting beliefs.

We reject the stigma that nudity is only related to our sexuality. We embrace sexuality and sensuality without making it a sexual experience.

Without clothes we can see that we are all one, there is no difference or distance between us.

Yoga means ‘to yoke’ or ‘to unite’. This union is part of the nude yoga practice as is the sacred sharing circle. We unite together to release and be free to admit we DO NOT always need to have our shit together.

We do this to:

  • break the stigma around nudity
  • normalise the female body
  • build community and create a powerful force
  • journey towards obtaining unconditional love for ourselves
    BENEFITS

    Getting naked fast tracks the healing process, particularly in relation to body image and sexuality.

    It forces women to face their fears, shed their layers of conditioning and create a powerful, respectful and self-loving relationship with themselves. Many women have said that they are able to overcome some of their limiting beliefs and blocks in one Nude Yoga with Rikki workshop.

    Being naked around other people is a common fear. During this workshop we shed our body image issues, insecurities and inhibitions so we can connect with our sisters and see we are all equal.

      WHATS INCLUDED

         

        Possibly the most powerful night of your life. A journey into self-acceptance and self-love. During this workshop you will experience:

            • A private, candlelit yoga studio space (no bright lights)

            • Guided meditation

            • Cacao ceremony

            • Sharing circle – a space to be completely authentic with no judgment

            • Yoga and embodiment practice

            • Powerful breath work techniques

            • Themed workshop on a topic chosen by the facilitator

            • Partner vulnerability exercises

            • Sensual/conscious eating exercise & closing circle

            • Group photo opportunity

            • Sacred items are available for purchase after the night ends 

            • Lots of open discussion, laughter and/or tears with like-minded women

            • Access to an ever growing private community of women who have attended these workshops.

         

        Upcoming workshopS

        About Rikki

        Hello beautiful, I’m Rikki Yeowart. I’m a healer of the mind, body, spirit and soul.

        I am a Reiki practitioner, intuitive energy healer, doTERRA wellness advocate and the Queensland facilitator for Naked Awakening; Nude Yoga With Rikki women’s workshops.

        With a background in dance, yoga and music I feel I work best when assisting healing through breath, sound and movement.

        Fuelled by passion for holding space for inner transformation, I consider myself a ‘forever student’ and am always looking for ways to step out of my comfort zone, challenge myself, grow and expand. 

        I am a qualified multi-style yoga teacher, Reiki practitioner and Nude Yoga workshop facilitator. 

        I believe so deeply in the healing energies and properties that Pachamama freely offers us. That is why the Pachamama spiral (which in South America represents the Goddess of Mother Earth), is tattooed on my feet and is my logo. 

        I encourage people to journey within, allowing the energies that are freely given to all of us to flow through and heal. 

        MY APPROACH

        By using my gifts and magic energies the earth provides my approach is to help guide people to find healing within themselves whilst also building community and reminding them they are never alone. 

        MY METHOD

        My method of healing is natural, authentic and intuitive. I like to dive deep into the core reason for people’s ailments and instead of using a bandaid approach we pull off the layers and heal from the root cause. 

        MY VIBE

        I’m a very grounded and down to earth woman. My vibe is very natural, raw and organic. I pride myself in owning and understanding exactly who I am and always living in my truth and authenticity. 

        Kind words from clientS

        Reiki Distance Healing

        I approached Rikki for some distance reiki healing, and was consistently reassured with this choice throughout the process… Rikki’s warmth has me feeling so safe from the beginning, and she gently but very thoroughly covered everything that I was seeking balancing around. The session itself felt incredibly intimate despite us not being together in person, and then her relay of the messages she had received in this time really resonated with both my body and my heart. Rikki is so gifted; I felt so held during this experience with her, and I am so grateful! Highly recommend this beautiful offering to all! ❤️

        Lauren

        Intuitive Energy Healing

        My daughter has always been a very loving caring person, as she grew older it was obvious the direction she was taking was in the area of giving and healing, so many friends and family have benefited from her kind words, in recent years and have been able to appreciate Rikki’s natural abilities. Recently I was sick, tired and very uncomfortable. Rikki walked in, put me on her massage table and started healing me from tip to toe. I left the table 90 minutes later feeling lighter, more at peace and that a lot of the heavy energies I was carrying around had been lifted. I can’t believe how lucky I am to have a daughter with such loving touch and such a kind spirit. As her father I am so proud of how Rikki lives, loves and shares her natural talents.

        David

        Reiki & Yoga

        I have experienced both reiki healing and yoga sessions with Rikki. She is a wonderful and warm hearted healing practitioner and after working with her across multiple sessions I felt much lighter and more at peace within myself. Rikki applies a mix of ancient healing techniques along with her own intuitive and adaptive style which she applies to your own unique situation and individual needs. I continually recommended her services to anyone seeking an experienced and warm hearted healer.

        Jason

        Nude Yoga Workshops

        My journey with my body image has been less than kind over the years, which I am sure most women can relate to. I have done a lot of work to change the way I viewed myself physically, as that translates to my internal world as well. 

        I looked at Nude Yoga Workshops quite a lot over the last year, as I felt like I really needed something big to push me into the next phase of loving my body. I finally took that plunge and attended my first Nude Yoga Workshop with Rikki Yeowart. 

        My advice to anyone thinking of attending one of Rikki’s workshops is to not think and just do it. 

        This will change your life, and how you view yourself. 

        Kayla

        BloG

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        Frequent questionS

        NUDE YOGA WORKSHOPS

        What do we wear to the workshop?

        Participants arrive at the studio dressed in normal clothes and change into a sarong, kimono or robe, removing all items of clothes including underwear and bra. The studio will always have a private space (bathroom or change rooms) for participants to get undressed.

        When do we get naked?

        You have full permission to get naked whenever you please. Generally, we don’t start fully naked, although you’re more than welcome to get nude straight away. Some women unveil during the meditation or sharing circle and other women unveil during the yoga practice. It’s entirely up to you. 

        Can I wear underwear?

        I encourage women not to wear underwear, simply because I want them to gain the most empowering experience possible out of getting fully naked. Taking your underwear off is part of the process of shedding all your layers. If you are bleeding and you don’t use tampons or menstrual cups, you can wear period undies or undies and a pad, however, you can also bleed freely onto your towel on your yoga mat, if you wish. 

        What age do I have to be?

        We only accept women aged 18 years+

        What gender do I have to be to attend the workshop?

        These workshops are designed for people who identify as a woman, non-binary folk, or people with a vulva. There are plenty of mixed gender workshops available for men and women to attend, however, these workshops are solely for females, or people who identify as a woman. 

        Do I need any prior yoga experience?

        Absolutely not. There is no yoga, meditation or workshop experience necessary. The yoga practice is basic and designed for beginners. Anyone can do it! If you have any injuries, just let me know before the workshop. 

        How long is the workshop?

        Approximately 3.5 hours long. There is a toilet break offered before we start our yoga flow but you are free to go anytime you need. If you don’t have to leave right away, stay to chat and share and take a look at the beautiful healing items on offer by Rikki.

        Where are the workshops held?

        I always use yoga studios for my workshops. These nights are held in different locations and each studio is ensured to be private, have air conditioning and be a beautiful space for you to surrender. The location is kept private and released in an email the Monday before the workshop.  

        IS THE WORKSHOP SEXUAL?

        No. These workshops are trying to break down stigma that “nudity = sexuality”. Just because we are naked, doesn’t mean it’s a sexual experience. The workshops are ‘sensual’ experiences, but not sexual – unless the theme or topic is based on helping women connect to their sexuality. 

        I am feeling very anxious to attend. Is that normal?

        It’s completely normal to be fearful, anxious or nervous before a Nude Yoga workshop since being seen and witnessed naked is a legitimate fear for many people. 

        Once you book in the ticket there is a process of feelings and emotions that arise; waves of nerves, excitement, fear and thrill. Simply witness and observe these waves of emotions. If you feel stuff “come up”, feel into it and allow it to rise and fall away. Try not to analyse too much, otherwise you will talk yourself out of it. My advice is to book in, forget about it, and then just turn up. Enjoy the process. Just remember: If not now, when? If not who, then me? 

        What kind of movements or postures will we be doing?

        Since we are spread out in a circle (not in rows in front and behind each other) there are no ‘bums in faces’ – so to speak. Everyone panics about the downward dog, however, it’s one of the most non-intrusive postures in the workshop – because no one is behind you or directly in front of you. You have ultimate privacy when we are in a circle. And besides, it’s a candle-lit space so there are no bright lights to make you feel uncomfortable. 

        Other postures might include: 

        • Cat / Cow / Table-top

        • Child’s pose

        • Warrior poses (lunges)

        • Cobra / up dog

        • Sun salutations

        • Reclined twists

        • Sufi grinds (hip spirals)

        • Heart opening movements 

        • Breathwork

        My yoga flows are very intuitive so they do vary depending on how the room is feeling on the night, but I do always say to listen to your body and just move the way you feel called to.

        What about body sounds and bodily fluids?

        We ask each participant to bring their own yoga mat AND their own towel. It’s important for hygiene that we use a towel over our yoga mat, as there may be vaginal fluids, breast milk (if you’re breastfeeding) or sweat released during the practice.

        This is normal! We are human and noises and fluids will escape our body – there is nothing to be ashamed of. For this reason, we remain on our yoga mat or towel for most of the night and when we partner up we take our towels with us. So yep, fanny farts (queefing) and farting is totally normal and encouraged! 

        How will I feel afterwards?

        Women have shared that they have never felt so elated, ecstatic, free, liberated and in love with themselves in their entire life. The simple act of getting naked is profound for many as we have often been shamed for our bodies, judged, compared to, abused and embarrassed by the way we look, particularly in comparison to what the beauty industry preaches to the masses.

        Some women will comment that they have the best sleep or best sex (with a lover or themselves) of their lives after Nude Yoga because they have released all inhibitions. A lot of women feel sensual, embodied, sexy, wild, feminine, free!

        Other women might feel tired, depleted, exhausted, emotional, tender, shameful (because of old patterns and conditioning). Some have expressed that they have felt ‘guilty’ for treating themselves so badly in the past. Women may also feel a ‘vulnerability hangover’ the following day.

        There is a full spectrum of emotions that may arise from attending the workshop because we have shed so many layers of conditioning, fear and pain.

        What do I do if I am menstruating on the night of the class?

        I have taught many yoga classes on my period and I survived! In fact, I enjoyed the sensitivity and vulnerability that’s heightened from the experience. You can either wear a tampon or wear a moon cup. Perhaps bring a dark coloured towel to place on your yoga mat in case of any leakages. 

        If you’re not comfortable with either of these options, you may wear underwear with a pad or period undies. It’s a personal choice, and I respect your decision. There is no reason why you can’t join the class if you are on your moon. What a powerful experience if you are bleeding! 

        How many people attend these workshops?

        Usually, I cap the workshop at 20. However, I prefer intimate classes of about 10-16. 

        Do I have to be in the photo?

        You have a choice at the end whether or not you would like to be in the photograph. There is no pressure to be in the photo! We love to take a photograph at the end to celebrate feeling free and empowered in our body. However, if you have a job where you don’t want to be seen naked or it’s your personal choice, that’s absolutely OK. You can take the photo for us! There is a waiver you sign before the workshop commences where you can give consent or not to be in the photo. 

        Do you offer refunds on purchased tickets?

        Short answer, no. I don’t offer money back refunds but do offer to keep your ticket so you can use it at a future workshop. I do this because a lot of women buy their ticket when they’re feeling empowered and courageous but then they might have a feeling of anxiety over what they’ve just commited to do, which is totally normal as this work is so profound. By keeping your ticket for a future workshop I am encouraging you to stay in your willingness to expand and experience these incredible nights.

        The only time I’ll offer full refunds is when I have to cancel an event.

        I am a larger size woman, will there be other women in larger bodies?

        We create a safe, welcoming space for women of all shapes and sizes to comfortably attend these workshops. Our workshops are all inclusive of size, shape, age and colour. You are not alone! There is always a cross section of women from all walks of life. And what you realise in Naked Awakening/Nude Yoga is that no matter what the size, we all struggle with the same limiting belief that we are not good enough or that we are not loveable.

        Contact Rikki

        I’d love to hear from you. Together we can discuss where you are ready to go in your journey towards healing and natural living.

        PHONE

        0401510887