We all need to look after our mental health, and we also know that simply ‘being in nature’ works wonders: validated in recent years by much research. The sounds, the scents and the majesty of the trees, conspire to calm; nature helps us access the time that we may need to think things through. In Japan, such forest bathing or Shinrin-yoku is a recognised form of eco-therapy and its benefits are gaining recognition around the world.
After a prepared lunch and under the guidance of our fully trained tutor, you’ll take part in Dru Yoga; a powerfully transformative style of yoga for body, mind and spirit. The movements, originating from the spine, are similar to Tai Chi and Qigong, where a healthy flexible spine supports your whole yoga practice. Dru, derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Dhruva’, means ‘stillness and unchanging’. This exercise in movement – accessible to all – promotes an experience of stillness which can enable us to find a deep inner calm.
Tea, coffee and biscuits will be available throughout and lunch cooked on the open fire will be provided: an opportunity to connect, share and reflect around the fire (please let us know if you have any dietary requirements when booking).
- 22nd July
- 5th August
If you would like to book a Being experience for your own group (min. 6 people), please contact us to discuss dates.
Cost: £95.00. Maximum 10 participants