“When Nature works for us we should want what we want and nature will work it out for us.” Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
Natural Elements is for you if you need to settle into the stillness of nature.
Reconnect with yourself through immersion in the essential elements of air, water, wind, earth and eternal fire
- Immersion in reef, range or rainforest
- Cleaning nutrition
- Calm meditation
- Sense of stillness.
- Clarity of thinking and feeling.
- Harmony with life.
The miracle is to walk on the green earth, dwelling deeply in the present moment and feeling truly alive.
— Thich Nhat Hanh
As a respected leader in his field Gerry Bodeker will guide and lead you on your Natural Element journey. Learn more about your guide.
5 day Natural Elements experience + 3 weeks of support
- Dates in 2022 to be released soon
- 4 nights accommodation at a stunning resort in either the Daintree region or Uluru
- practice yoga with refined alignment
- Wellness consult and assessment
- Fitness training
- Post-program support
- Three Life Coaching sessions
Bookings are available and spaces are limited. Cost is $5950 +GST per person.
Professor Gerry Bodeker
My mission in life and work has been to help unlock and unfold the vast reserves of human potential that we are born with but rarely actualize to the fullest. After working for eight years in Australia with indigenous communities, I undertook doctoral studies at Harvard and have, for more than three decades, researched and advised on integrative medicine and wellness. This includes more than two decades in medical sciences at Oxford University and as an adjunct professor of epidemiology at Columbia University. My consultative work has been with the private sector, governments and UN organizations, including WHO, the World Bank, and the Asian Development Bank, advising on culturally themed wellness policy and strategies. Recently, my colleagues and I authored a chapter on Wellbeing and Mental Wellness in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Global Public Health as well as a chapter on the health of indigenous peoples. With colleagues, I am currently working on two books on healthy ageing and wellbeing in Asia, and have previously published six books in the fields of traditional and complementary medicine, medicinal plants, and mental wellbeing. And in Borneo, partners and I established a tropical rainforest immersion project, Ayus Wellness, in the heart of the 528 sq km Mulu UNESCO Heritage Park for accessing the deeply restorative power of Nature.