Yoga, Sacred Geometry and Cake

April 13, 2019

Sacred Geometry Taster Workshops & Healing Festival

At The Space Goa we offered our regular Tuesday workshops (in collaboration with our teacher, Bobby G) and contributed to their healing festival, where anybody could experience a bit of Sacred Geometry. A few sessions at new venues, such as Mandala Café and Little World attracted conscious travelers from all over the world, different age groups and professions. A few special workshops were targeted specifically at kids, organized by our newly trained teacher’s Alex and Gem at the Neptune’s Sunday Brunch, where Mandala drawing was offered alongside a variety of other activities such as circus, macrame, and dance. Kids loved the combination of stories, Mandala drawing and playing with 3D shapes, and we had a great time also chatting with the parents about the deeper meaning behind ancient symbols.

Sacred Geometry and Yoga

Aryana Yoga, Anand Yoga Village, and Brothers Yoga Retreat invited us for a couple of classes in Yogic philosophy. This had been particularly successful as we could show many western students a path of understanding mythology and spiritual concepts through the lens of Sacred Geometry, Science and logic.

A season ends, another is coming

It’s been fantastic few months hanging out in the spiritual community and enjoying the beautiful beaches of South Goa. Looking forward to the next one with more workshops from our freshly trained Facilitator Team, new courses, our 2nd Teacher Training Level 1 and 2, as well as a retreat. But before we come back, we are heading off to Nepal next, then Europe.  See you soon Goa!

Heike Bielek

Author / Heike Bielek
Heike studied Biotechnology and received her phD at the Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology in Freiburg, Germany. In 2014, she quit her job and started to travel the world. In India, she discovered the Yogic philosophies and started practicing Sacred Geometry. Upon diving deep into metaphysical studies, she realized the connections of ancient wisdom and modern science. Together with Colin, she developed a teaching format that pursues a holistic worldview combining her passions for science, art, and spirituality. Currently, she lives location-independent and spends most of her time in Goa, India, and Nepal, where she runs workshops, courses and gives talks.