Lyza Saint Ambrosena

An intimate musical evening with Julie Hayes: Vulnerable Love

julie hayesLyza and I are excited to invite you to an intimate night of beautiful music,  food and Friendship....

Bring a plate of food to share for 6pm and be part of our infinite connection community where you can experience current and ancient modalities that uplift body, mind and spirit. Read our Vision

For many of us, opening to love can be a daunting thought. We may long to connect with another but our fear (often unconscious) of being hurt prevents us from truly opening. Over time we build up our protective armour, feeling a sense of safety tucked away behind its hard exterior, not realizing that we have actually imprisoned ourselves.


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So often, we end up shutting down in the face of intimacy. Why? This is due to an intense fear of vulnerability. Dr. Brene Brown, Professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, explains this phenomenon: “Vacillating between I am here and I love you…and I’m going to reveal my innermost to you…and I am scared to death that you’ll reject me.” Ironically, the raw, vulnerable feelings we try to desperately avoid may actually end up being the bridge between two otherwise isolated worlds.

How deep are you prepared to go?
How much are you prepared to show?
How much of your shadow
will you share and will I care for?

These are some of the questions that Julie asks her love. She believes true intimacy and connection is not for the faint-hearted, for when we commit to sharing ourselves with another, we cannot express the totality of our love without facing the weight of our fears. We cannot embrace in the light of the sun without first dancing in the shadows.

Whether you are calling in a lover, honoring your connection to Self, feeling challenged in your relationship or reveling in the magic of your union, this collection of journey songs will offer you the chance to feel, reflect and dream.

julie hayes profileHer musical roots of folk and rhythm stem from a culture as old and timely as the misty mountains. Having drawn inspiration for her vocal style from artists like Eva Cassidy, Florence Welch and Joni Mitchell, spacious melodies allow you to truly hear the song’s intent. Fuelled by a passion to express with vulnerability, her lyrical rawness and open heart is engaging and deeply moving. Julie’s funked-up-folk guides the listener from contemplation to celebration. Expect moments of stillness that give rise to dancing for nobody other than yourself.

In 2002 an innocent back-packing adventure to Australia became the stepping stone Julie longed for to create a new life, a new direction with all roads leading to roaming a musical landscape with no limits. Having recently recorded her debut EP back in her hometown of Dublin City, its release has been a long awaited and much anticipated dream come true.

COST: $25.. Prebooking is essential as numbers are limited to 40 people.

Cameron Monley and Lyza Saint Ambrosena are committed to bringing quality experts from the alternative health, yoga, meditation, healthy eating, wellness and spiritual growth industries together and call these regular gatherings of like minded locals from both Gold Coast and Brisbane, The Infinite Connection –  an organisation that promotes and networks with people wanting more out of life.


EVENT DATE Friday 13 October 2017  Arrive 6pm for meal to share and music 7pm

Bring a plate of food to share.

WHERE Home of The Infinite Connection

LOCATION 382 Tamborine Oxenford Road, Upper Coomera.

COST: $25.. Prebooking is essential as numbers are limited to 40 people.


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PLEASE NOTE:   This is a PRIVATE meeting. If approaching friends, contacts or anyone else please do so by private means, by email or word of mouth, rather than social media or advertising   … This is a non for profit group    Notice This  is a invitation to a PRIVATE Forum for men & women.

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