Mabon is a time of completion and celebrating in gratitude for all we have harvested, for the lessons we´ve learned and the challenges we´ve faced. During this weekend, Sian and Daniel guide an exploration of what´s in or out of balance in our lives and together with the beautiful scenery of the wood create a space that allows us to pause, restore and integrate. A peaceful and healing weekend to help to prepare for the quieter times ahead and the descent into the darker period of the year.
Sian Lalita Alcock
works globally as a Yoga Teacher/Trainer, Healer, Life Coach, Musician and Dancer. She has been involved with the wood through her 6 years apprenticeship with Agatha Manouche in the women retreats. She integrates Agatha’s Medicine teachings of various lineages with her own tradition in her workshops. For more information visit: www.sacredshores.net
is a an international project design coach and vision enabler. He brings together degrees in Environmental Management and Holistic Science with project management and leadership approaches, practices of social and environmental activism and a spiritual insight and practice, deeply rooted in Australian Aboriginal culture that informs all his work, with land, people and their dreams.
They will both be supported by Agatha Manouche, an Indo European Medicine Woman who weaves together the traditions of several Medicine lineages. She has been involved in the stewardship of the wood for over 20 years and has been teaching Medicine work there, leading regular retreats and celebrating the Celtic festivals in the last 15 years.
Cost: £160 including food and accommodation, £120 concessionary price. Accommodation is in shared twin bedrooms or small sleeping lofts. A few private single rooms are available at a premium of £25 for the weekend.
Timings: from 7pm Friday until 4pm Sunday.
Food: food costs are included in the price. We will share cooking and other practical tasks