You are invited to experience your natural intuitive Self whilst immersed in healing sound and the soft cradle of Nature. Give your analytical mind a rest and connect with the energy of the Divine Feminine which resides within us all. Tune into your sacred Heart Space with tenderness and compassion. Give yourself a break from the doingness of the world and focus for a day on simply be-ing.
This day retreat will take place at the foot of Bossington hill in the Methodist Chapel. Complete with our own kitchen and toilet facilities, along with a garden, stunning walks and natural surroundings you can participate as much or as little as you feel you want to in the following:
· Practice grounding and tuning in to your higher Self.
· Create a unique 'gift' of gratitude at the turning of the seasonal wheel
· Deepen your ability to listen and come into a state of ease and Presence
· Feel the wonder and joyful flow of your essential nature and the Divine Feminine
· Soften and clear your throat chakra - let your voice be heard as you playfully explore your own sound
· Envision a world of harmony, peace, abundance and freedom
· Experience meaningful connection, creative inspiration & storytelling
· Enjoy the sacred hearth and a fire together
· Soothe away stress and tension with a blissful gong bath
Immersed in the soft cradle of autumn and the natural world, this is an ideal opportunity to harness a deeper sense of intuitive wisdom, wellbeing and clarity, to playfully explore whilst relaxing and releasing tension.
With space to listen to your inner voice and time to connect with a small group of like-minded individuals all participants are provided with the space, inspiration and permission to open up to meaningful experience and new perspectives.
£65 per head includes lunch and refreshments.
£55 per head includes refreshments (exc lunch)
9.30am - 4.30pm: Arrivals from 9.15am - enjoy a tea or coffee as we gather for a 9.30am start.
Lunch is homecooked using local produce, or if you prefer bring your own picnic. If you have a specific dietary requirement please let me know when you make your booking. 😊
Please come prepared for being and walking outdoors in all weathers!
Bring what you need for your comfort! Including: walking boots, a stick, wet weather gear, hat and scarf, water bottle, maybe a notepad and pencil (if you like that kind of thing!)
What to bring for your gong bath and in the Chapel:
A pair of thick socks or slippers. No shoes or boots inside the Chapel please.
A yoga mat to lie on and a blanket to lie under. A pillow for your head.
Your warmth and comfort is key to having a deeply satisfying gong bath experience - and who knows what the weather will be doing.
To offer maximum comfort and space, this retreat has space for 8 participants. If you are a group and would like to experience this retreat together, a 20% discount is offered to groups of 4 people or more.
To book your place or for more information please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
A What Bath?! The Day I Met the Gongs
Local author, Tracey Gemmell came to her first ever gong bath earlier this year. Completely unknown to her, she was sceptical to say the least. That is, until she met the Sound-Well gongs.. after which she was inspired to write about her experience.
Enjoy reading 'A What Bath? The Day I met the Gongs.'
Treat yourself to a day of mindful presence where you are invited to relax, tune into nature, the full moon and yourself. Enjoy being part of a small group of like-minded folk as you surrender into Autumn with healing sound. Give yourself some valuable 'time out'. And what more perfect place than overlooking the sea and Exmoor National Park.
Discover the magic of the Autumn Equinox. Experience a sense of renewal and rebalance as you tune into these natural energies. Let this wave of soothing and nourishing energy support your growth and transformation
Each of us holds a light and power of our own. When we are in harmony with the Earth and our inner world - love, joy and an infinite sense of peace flows through us. Our power is not lost. We have forgotten who and what we are and it is up to each one of us to wake up and to re-member.