Engaging meditation and nature-based practices for self-exploration
Cultivate understanding and awareness with meditation, mindfulness, and nature-based practices that facilitate your self-exploration. In this nourishing space, we can leap forward into a deeply embodied experience of ourselves.
Find calm and peace within yourself by observing your inner nature, and let go of patterns that disconnect us
By meeting our personal thought patterns, ideas and beliefs – especially the ones experienced in stress, anxiety, depression and grief – we challenge and dissolve our boundaries and realise our innate ability to love and feel joy. The shared moments of vulnerability or discomfort often felt with this work is profoundly rewarded with skills of strength, resilience and wisdom. Just by showing up, we effortlessly awaken to a state of calm and peace, and reunite with our fullest, freshest selves.
Held at both studio spaces in Croydon and natural settings in the Dandenongs
Arrive in a deeply supportive, comfortable, and safe environment. All classes, events and private sessions are created and facilitated with attention and care. We’ll have the freedom to gently explore and unfold as we practice meditation and mindfulness.
Meet your teacher, Tracy
Hello! I’m a qualified meditation and mindfulness teacher with more than 5 years experience, and a working horticulturist. Connection, with people, plants, and nature is what I love, and truly feel no deeper pleasure than when engaging in personal practice with others. Fascinated by plants and obsessed with flowers, when I’m not meditating you’ll find me caring for my large and varied home collection of indoors, cacti, and Australian natives. Spreading connection with self and the world through meditation is my message, and the liberating freedom and empowerment that comes from this simple, yet profound, practice is my inner peace. Full bio here.
Looking Inwards’ COVID-19 Response:
With restrictions easing in VIC, Term 3 meditation is anticipated to be back in studio at The Innate Connection from the 22nd of July. Both Restorative Meditation and Traditional Meditation open for you to register from 27th of May. See details for the Meditation Classes below.
The Autumn Mini Retreat has been postponed and will run at a later date, please see Events page to join the waitlist.
Please contact me if you have any queries. Until July, take care and wishing you peace and fulfilment.
Held in studio at The Innate Connection
Restorative Meditation, Wednesday evenings 6:30-7:45pm, 4 places.
Traditional Meditation, Wednesday evenings 7:45pm-9pm, 4 places.
Waitlists open May 27th for Term 3, 2020
Private Meditation Sessions
In studio, or Online
A direct, and deep application of meditation that meets you as you are, right now.
1 hour sessions, available at your request.
Autumn Mini Retreat: Meditation in Nature
Held at Karwarra Native Gardens, Kalorama
Saturday the 18th April, 1pm-4pm.
*Please note that this event has been postponed to run at a later date.
Hear from my students:
Julia Nance, Photographer at Julia Nance Portraits
“My experience at Looking Inwards was fantastic. Tracy really allows you to open up, relax, and feel comfortable, and her studio environment reflects this. Not being experienced in meditation myself, Tracy’s guidance and expertise calmed the room, and allowed me to truly relax. I would highly recommend Looking Inwards – especially to those who struggle to find time to take a step back from their lives, or have trouble relaxing and de-stressing.”
Em Van den Driest, Naturopath at Possum Hollow
“Tracy is a beautiful soul who so thoughtfully prompts self-discovery. After each session I felt I had the right tools to begin to learn who I am as a person. I can’t thank her enough for helping me on my meditation journey.”
Shauni Brauch, Myotherapist at Unified Myotherapy
“Had an amazing session with Tracy, it was a beautiful relaxed environment where I felt comfortable to be able to meditate and share some of my thoughts. Tracy educated the small class, then took us through a meditation. Would highly recommend! Thank-you Tracy.”