Women’s Spring Well Being Day

An absolutely stunning day was gifted for our Well Being Day last weekend. We talked about our own experience of winter and discussed yoga philosophy, Ayurvedic ideas and traditional earth-based festivals. The day started with yoga practice to challenge the body to move in different ways and ended with a practice to embrace stillness

In the break times, friendships were renewed and we enjoyed Ann’s homemade chocolate brownies!

I will post more feedback when it arrives. One person has already written to say that she is ‘sharing her new winter wisdom with all that will listen!’

The next well being day is in the diary

  • When: 0930 – 1530, Saturday 3 February 2024
  • Where: Long Ashton Guide Hall, BS41 9BJ
  • Payment with Booking:
    • Early Bird @ £55.00 (by 31 December 23)
    • Full Price @ £65.00 (from 1 January 24)

Yoga at the Winter Solstice

I’m very excited to invite you to an online yoga and meditation space to celebrate the winter solstice

The winter solstice symbolises rebirth and new beginnings. It is a time to honour the inner journey of the darker months and to name our intentions for the year ahead

This is a LIVE event to incorporate sunrise at 8.13 am on the solstice

  • When: 0745-0845, Friday 22 December
  • Where: online/ zoom
  • Cost: £10 (payable at time of booking)
  • I will contact everyone before the event with additional information about the practice

AND something for the new Year

I know I should only talk about one thing per post … I am going to be offering Seven Days of Practice (online) starting at the New Year. This will be a combination of recorded and live sessions. More details will follow in December

Yvonne x

The Gift of Winter

close up photography of snowflake

Spaces available

There are a few spaces left on the women’s wellbeing day on the last Saturday of November. The day focuses on our relationship with winter through the practice of yoga and Ayurveda. It includes yoga practice, self-reflection and group work to discover how we relate to the colder, darker months of the year

By the end of the day, we will have looked at the movement and stillness within the season. Some people love it, some hate it and others are ambivalent but it is a totally necessary part of the year cycle, mentally, emotionally and physically

  • When: 1000 – 1600 Saturday 25 November
  • Where: Long Ashton Guide Hall, BS41 9BJ
  • Cost: £65.00
  • More information: Well-Being Wells