This course is an invitation to begin 2019 grounded, standing on your own two feet, supported by the earth beneath you and the elements around you, standing in the circle of sisterhood which will be our sacred space and safe, nurturing container for our journey.
Over the course of six weeks we will connect to and explore our own inner landscape through our outer landscape, drawing upon the teachings of our natural environment: the grace and presence, the stillness, raw power and flow that the wild world shares with us.
Our tools will be movement, breath, silence, meditation, music, reflection, sharing, visualisation, self-care practices and anything else that is called for in each meeting.
This work is rich, deep, playful, nourishing and potent.
Come join us if you feel the call to revel in – or to re-connect with – your own inner wild. Join us if you wish to celebrate the sacred essence of your being and to deepen your relationship with nature, honouring all that is not separate from us. When we come together in circle, we remember. As Ram Dass says ‘We’re all just walking each other home’.
Alice hosts two women’s circles. As such, this course will be available to attend on either a Tuesday or a Wednesday night.
Session times: 6-7.45 PM
Please arrive from 5.50pm onwards to get settled for a prompt 6 PM start. Please wear comfortable clothes you can move in, bring a journal, pen and water bottle.
Yoga mats and blankets are available to borrow at the space, but you are welcome to bring your own.
Tuesday Circle: January 8, 15, 22, 29 & February 5, 12.
Wednesday Circle: January 9, 16, 23, 30 & February 6, 13.
Venue: Private venue, nr. Boscombe Overcliff, address provided upon booking.
Exchange: £60 for 6 weeks, payable in full or in two blocks of £30.
Payments can be made via PayPal: www.paypal.me/aliceflyncreativity or bank transfer upon request. Please contact Alice first to confirm a place is available first.
To book your place or for more information, please contact Alice on 07398 665212 or email email@example.com
Image: Mountains by Tony on Flickr (Creative Commons)