Yoga and Mindfulness in our beautiful old barn just outside Margaret River

At the heart of our farm is a space to restore you energy with some of Margaret River’s best teachers in yoga and mindfulness offering daily and weekly practices.

 Yoga and Mindfulness Classes at Fair Harvest Main Room by the warm Fire

Yoga with Sandi Hancock, Purna/Iyengar/Therapy

0419 197 549

Tuesday      -7.45am

Thursday    -8am-

cost $20 casual (discounted class cards available for regulars)

Yoga with Carla Arancibia, Yoga Hatha Flow Sequences

0434 129 311

Friday                    9.30am

cost $20 casual (discounted class cards available for regulars

Mindfulness with Ian Hackett

0408 952 151 

Tuesdays 9.15am – 10.15am Global mindfulness *Note no sessions during the PDC (Tuesday 1st & 8th September)

Workshop Tuesday 22nd September 9.15am – 11.30am: Compassionate Engagement: A meditative framework

All sessions by Dana  – voluntarily prosocial contribution. 

Suggested contributions: Workshops $25 – $40pp. Weekly sessions $10 – $20pp.

Sound meditation, with Ute Coleman

sound & soup winter warmer

Friday 21/8/20 and Friday 25/9/20 11.30am

With the winter weather in full swing it’s time to offer you something special to warm your soul! Join us for a deeply nurturing Sound Meditation Session followed by a delicious serve of homemade soup and bread by Jodie on the two following dates Friday 26th of June and Friday 17th of July at Fair Harvest. We will start at 11.30am with some deeply relaxing sounds followed by lunch. There is also an option to join a Yoga class beforehand – please book directly though Fair Harvest. Spaces are limited so book in early. Call Ute on 0427 474 367 or pm me.

sound meditation

Sunday 20/09/20 

We are excited to announce that we will be back at Fair Harvest for two new sound sessions as part of the Open Cafe Day. ​ Come along and allow yourself to just be! Simply listen to the harmonic sounds of Singing Bowls, Gongs, Chimes, Drums, Monochord ​and other overtone instruments and relax… Reset, ground and balance yourself. Cultivate mindfulness. ​ Contribution $25 per person and bookings are recommended. Everyone welcome, no experience necessary. Arrive 10min early to settle in. Please bring your own pillow, blanket and extra matting to be comfy! @ Fair Harvest, 426 Carters Rd, Margaret River WA 6285 ​Call or text Ute on 0427 474 367 or email [email protected] to book​

call or text Ute 0427 474 367 for more info

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For more information on specific classes please contact teachers directly.


Sandi Hancock Yoga 

[email protected]



Ian Hackett

[email protected]

0408 952 151  


Ute Coleman

[email protected]

0427 474 367



To see teacher Bios scroll down

Teacher bios

Yoga with Sandi Hancock

Senior Yoga Instructor Sandi Hancock of ‘Yoga Moon’ benefits from a healthy life style from many years of Yoga practice. 

 For more than 27years Sandi has been teaching yoga.  You can never stop learning about Yoga – study of the self”.  I started my own yoga practice when I was a young child.  The deeper you go into understanding the self the more you understand, the inquisitive mind settles asking to learn more.  

Sandi’s has trained hundreds of yoga hours Teacher Training in Iyenger Yoga to Achieve Certificates I, IIIII & IV Purna Yoga.

Sandi teaches Yoga Asanas understanding the importance of the body systems through the study of anatomy and physiology.

Breathing practices in Pranayama to calm the mind.

Restful sleep so the body can heal by practicing Yoga Nidra.

Restorative Yoga is a peaceful practice excellent for restoring energy.

Regular practice of yoga can assist in self-managing ailments like stress or injury.

Devotional practice leads to a deeper connection with the true self.

I highly recommend 2 – 4 lessons per week to get the full benefit of yoga.

If you practice Yoga regularly at home that is fantastic, however, it is very important that you practice correctly. From time to time, you need assistance from an experienced yoga teacher to assist with your alignments or for assistance to further Your Practice.

Yoga is the integration of Mindful breathing, Mindful postures and Mindful meditation.

Taught intuitively, Sandi is attentive to the whole class and assists individuals when required.

Sandi teaches yoga with an open heart, a keen eye for body alignment and assesses the dynamics of the class to ensure everyone is safe and working within their ability.

Yoga Moon is suitable for all levels of fitness and ages, clear instructions for each posture making it suitable for beginners to advanced students to be in the pose understanding their own strength and fitness.

Carla Arancibia,

Carla was a dancer for many years back in Argentina her country of origin, with a huge passion for movement and body, which was ultimately what let her into discovery Yoga from a young age. Ever since she decided to fully dedicate down a path of Yoga and has been committed to practicing and study Yoga for more than 12 years. She first Began practicing Ashtanga yoga for a period of 8 years and after travel around the world including India she has been practicing yoga with many different teachers what has taking her to develop a Yoga style that mix Ashtanga, vinyasa and hatha Yoga with fun sequences to develop the strength of body and mind in her students.
She is also a massage therapist which is a tool that she likes to incorporate into her yoga classes as well. Having a wide knowledge around anatomy and how the body works, Carla helps her students to find self consciousness of their bodies and also aims for them to find the right alignment to avoid injuries and get a better understanding of their body image.
She has being living in Australia for almost 6 years and when she first came to Margaret River she decided this will be the place she call home.

Mindfulness with Ian Hackett (Tig-le House) 

Mindfulness with Tig-le House, Margaret River.

Tig-le House provides a community approach to sharing teachings on mindful living for the cultivation of a social-ecological peace in the world. When we take a kind attentive awareness to our experience of living, our naturally compassionate nature for living peace can grow, both individually and collectively.

Mindfulness teacher and Dharma practitioner Ian Hackett has been the presiding teacher at Tig-le House for 4 years, and has been involved in meditative practice for 28 years. Ian has a responsible care and understanding for regenerative and ecological processes in Southwest landscapes with 26 years of bushland regeneration, conservation and landcare experience. Ian is an experienced mindfulness trainer delivering mindfulness in an approachable and universal way, suited to daily living.

for more information about mindfulness practice contact Ian at

Tig-le House

Mindfulness & Meditation / Nature Conservation & Universal Dharma

Margaret River, Western Australia, 6285.

Phone: 0408 952 151 

[email protected]

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