Upcoming Courses and Events
Thursday 19th Feb 2015
Shivaratri - Celebration of Consciousness
Natures Retreat Centre, Butleigh
Shiva represents Pure Consciousness - the infinite Being (Mind if you like) from with, and within the entire manifest universe (that includes you, me and everything else) appears to arise and then returns.
During our evening together we will practice yoga nidra (deep relaxation using the sound of the gong) and we will chant the Gayatri Mantra in the presence of the Fire Element.
For further information please contact Thalia on 07706 462563 or
via email thaliabrown44@gmail.com

Sunday 14th June
The Power of Sound
Chudleigh Knighton, Devon

A day where we work with sound anvibration in all aspects of our practice. We will use the voice (including mantra), the sound of the gong and other types of vibration to open up the possibility of experiencing more subtle levels of our being.

Organised through Devon Yoga Teachers Federation. Please contact Mantrananda/Liz Woollard on 01503 254775 or email on devonyogateachersfed@talktalk.net for details on how to book.

Sunday 26th July
7.30am - 2.30pm
Yoga, Nature and Meditation
Natures Retreat Centre, Butleigh
During the day we will spend an hour or so of the early morning (weather dependant) in a wildflower meadow surrounded by butterflies, and many other insects, as they awaken to the warmth of the sun. We will experience the natural calming of the mind and emotions that arises when we take time to observe and be present with other living things in their environment.

On returning to the centre the rest of the day will include asana (physical postures), pranayama (breathing practices), yoga nidra (deep relaxation) and mantra (chanting practices that can lead to the meditative states).

Limited to 10 places. Cost  £35-00 per person, please bring vegetarian lunch to share. To confirm your place or for further information please do not hesitate to get in touch.

*As an example of what we may see in the morning take a look at this link to a photograph taken last summer. Beautiful aren't they?