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KickstART Festival presents: The Sit by Amsha x Leilani Apa  

KickstART Festival presents: The Sit by Amsha x Leilani Apa  

An interactive meditation workshop for confidence, self-belief and relaxation to help you get creative and to go after your dreams! The workshop will include a guided relaxation meditation, movement meditation and journaling, so bring a pen and paper to jot down any ideas and if you have one, a yoga mat or cushion! The workshop will be soundtracked by Boorloo based DJ Leilani Apa Musu. 

About the Artists

Amsha Yogaraj who lives on the land of the Whadjuk Noongar, is an accredited meditation teacher from the Australian Centre of Mindfulness & Meditation, Indian classical dancer who dabbles into performing and arts when she can whilst studying a Masters of Social Work. Amsha formed The Sit in 2021. The Sit are meditation classes/workshop run by Amsha herself and sometimes in collaboration with other musicians or organisations.  

Since 2021 she has had the opportunity to run classes and workshops for primary school children, relaxation classes for adults, UWA, Methodist Ladies College & Propel Youth Arts 2022.  

This meditation workshop will feature Leilani Apa Musu (fka LANI) who is a Boorloo based DJ whose objective is to help create spaces that celebrate brown and bla(c)k queer folk and musical talent. She will accompany this workshop to provide relaxing and upbeat music for a meditation experience. 


The Youth Week WA KickstART Festival is funded by the Government of Western Australia through the Department of Communities and the Department of Local Government, Sport, and Cultural Industries. KickstART is also supported by Lotterywest and the City of Perth. 


Image: James Garces