New dates to be confirmed
Janey and Elizabeth are collaborating to provide a one-day retreat. Join us for a day of conscious creativity.
The day will invite you to turn your attention inwards during a slow paced, nurturing and meditative physical practice, bringing you into the present and within yourself.
During the retreat, you will also get the opportunity to enliven your skills in the kitchen with a conscious cooking session from the yogic tradition.
After the cooking session we will join to give thanks for the dishes we have created. A theme of heart-centred creativity and connection will be encouraged throughout the day.Itinerary for the day
- 9:30 - Welcome and opening meditation
- 10:00 - Yoga with Janey
- 11:00 - Tea break
- 11:15 - Cooking with Elizabeth
- 13:15 - Offering and gratitude
- 13:30 - Lunch
- 14:30 - Walk or free time
- 15:00 - Yoga Nidra with Elizabeth
- 15:30 - Tea break
- 15:45 - Yoga/meditation with Janey
- 16:30 - Closing meditation and goodbyes
Janey has been a body worker for many years and continues to find different tools to help bring about a sense of peace and joy, within herself. Janey found that the practice of yoga, through the physical, the scriptures and meditation, complemented her already existing practice of spiritual reading, meditation and physical activity but with a deeper understanding. This lead to a yoga teaching qualification, so she could offer the space for others to either have a massage, meditate, walk, do a yoga class to bring themselves into the moment. Janey's classes are for everyone, so they can find their own peace and joy, within each moment.About Elizabeth
Elizabeth ran a vegan food catering business and blog before taking her interest in yoga further. After extensive training with the British wheel of yoga and practises inspired by Bhakti and Karma yoga, she is now combining her knowledge and skills in “conscious cooking” workshops and classes. Her physical yoga classes are heart centred with her roots inspired by spirituality. She believes that all things can be related back to yoga and recognising the divinity within all of us.
Please bring with you:
- Comfortable warm clothing
- A yoga mat, (we have some if you need to borrow one)
- A blanket or shawl for yoga nidra
- A cushion or pillow to use during practise
- A re-useable box/jar/Tupperware in which to take food home.
If anyone has any allergies or a specific diet, please let us know in advance.
All the food prepared will be free from meat, eggs, dairy, onion and garlic.
Gluten free options are also available.