Introduction to Homeopathy with Danielle Lindsay
Saturday,23rd November 10am to 4pm
Hi, my name is Danielle Lindsay and I am a classically trained and practicing Homeopath and as of September this year I am a lecturer of Medical Sciences at The South Downs School of Homeopathy in Chichester.
My interest in Homeopathy was spurred on by my uncle who was also a homeopath and after having treatment for myself I realised the incredible effectiveness of Homeopathy In 2005 I made the big decision to give 4 years of my life to train as a Homeopath. I found it very challenging as I was holding down a full-time job and at the time being a single mum of one. Sometimes I would be studying way into the depths of the night and very early hours of the morning. But I enjoyed every minute and every challenge. I knew it was my true calling in life.
I have been on a real journey with Homeopathy and have seen some of the most remarkable results with remedies, some even taking place before my eyes. To see people reap the benefits of these truly amazing remedies is such a pleasure and it’s so rewarding to know that all the hard work I have put myself through has been worthwhile.
Lots of people say or think ‘Homeopathy, oh that’s herbs and stuff, right?’ and my answer is well no not really, there really is so much more to this beautiful holistic system. It was the basis of medicine as over 200 years ago Samuel Hahnemann effectively discovered medicine in its purist form.
As a Homeopath my desire and dreams are to educate people that there is a complementary and alternative route, that is safe, gentle and restorative.
I am currently running a day course at The Well Being Centre at Glyndleigh, Nr Hailsham on the 23rd November 2019, with more courses to come in the near future for further details please email either myself on email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
EARLY BIRD OFFER £75 when booking before 31st October…!
I look forward to meeting you to begin your new health journey!
Exploring Qi and the Magic of Touch with Nick Neter and Louise Burt on Saturday,12th October 3.30-6.00 pm
This new series of workshops explores the nature of Qi through the five elements of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Using Qigong, meditation, breathwork, art, Shiatsu touch and the senses we shall be working to understand, increase and develop our own awareness of the Qi.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), five elements or five phases theory outlines the relationship between the different elements in nature and the life force, or “Qi,” that flows through them. The five elements are Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water.
The intention is to have a better understanding of each element as it occurs in nature during the year and how that works in our bodies, hearts and minds. Using Qigong, Shiatsu, Meditation, the Breath and Art work, we shall explore the qualities of each element and through simple exercises enable each participant to deeply connect and explore each element’s qualities. In so doing we shall share our Shiatsu Touch with each other to effect ease,flow,flexibility and an increased sense of well being.
In this October Metal element workshop we shall be working with the Lung and Large Intestines channels, with emphasis of letting go, making space for the new, the Po (the corporeal soul) associated with immediate desires and the emotion of grief.
Places are limited to 8 people and the investment is £30. We ask for payment in advance to secure your place.
Please email email@example.com or call Nick on 07773061309 to book your place or for more information
An informal and upbeat workshop celebrating sacred songs from around the world, combined with a tasty wholefood tea and set in the beautiful Big Yurt and natural surroundings of The Well Being Centre, Stone Cross.
Universally spiritual rather than religious in theme, we will explore our connection to each other and to nature, singing songs of love, joy and empowerment from many different traditions. Included will be…
• English-language pagan songs, short and sweet and sung in rounds
• mantras and chants from the yogic and Buddhist traditions
• Maori and Hawaiian blessings and a beautiful Finnish lullaby
• simple percussion instruments for us to play as we sing
Words will be provided on printed sheets and we’ll learn the songs by ear and repetition, relaxing and laughing together, campfire style.
And midway through we will be sharing a tasty wholefood vegetarian tea with a selection of cakes and snacks and nutritious ‘shivananda’ cookies.
Our Chanting Tea would suit anyone who loves to sing and those yet to find their voice. All are welcome here. Bring an open heart and a sense of humour.
Singing and tea! What could be lovelier?
Yoga in the Yurt with Linzi
Sunday, 6 October and 27th October 2019 from 11:00-15:00
A day of yoga and wellness in the Sussex countryside with Linzi.
Are you looking to expand your practice or just have some ME time? This day is a perfect opportunity for both.
Your day will included a vegetarian/ vegan lunch and refreshments prepared by Elke at Naturopathic Nutrition.
Investment in you is £45…full payment is required to confirm your place.
Please message me on Facebook or call 07793 966148 for payment details.
“Me Time Mornings” with Jan
‘Perfect if you are not sure you can handle a full day of bliss!’
Sat Oct 19th Me TIme Morning 9.30-12.30pm
A £10 non-refundable deposit will secure your place, with the balance or £20 2 weeks before the course date. .
Me Time Mornings will commence at 9.30am with a short introduction to the wisdom of Ayurveda in relation to the practice of yoga. This will be followed by some energising yoga sequences, postures and deep relaxation. We will break at 10.45 to enjoy some organic teas and healthy snacks.
The second session will begin with pranayama (yogic breathing practise) in the grounds to connect more deeply with the healing elements of nature. On returning to the yurt you will learn some more secrets of Ayurveda during your asana (posture) practise. We will conclude with gently restorative Yoga Nidra and meditation. Our practice will conclude at 12.30 but you are welcome to bring a light lunch to enjoy at the yurt and countryside up until 13.00 if you wish to indulge for a little longer! Please see link for directions.
We are running 7 classes into the Autumn
Pilates on Mondays with Nancy Procter at 6.30 and 7.30pm
Qigong and Meditation on Tuesdays with Nick Neter at 7.00pm
Pilates with Nancy Procter on Wednesdays at 2pm NEW YOGA CLASS starting on 11th September with Hayley on Wednesday mornings 9.30 to 10.45am.
Yin and Yang Flow on Wednesdays, with Mel at 6.15pm
PILATES with Nancy Procter on Mondays 6.30-7.30pm, 7.30-8.30pm and Wednesdays, 2-3pm
Cost £10 drop in and £9 advanced booking
Pilates is based on the teaching of Joseph Pilates, who built up a body of exercises during World War I that has been adapted over the years to form modern-day Pilates. Emphasising the connection between physical and mental health, the Principles of Pilates are: Concentration, Control, Core Stability, Breathing, Precision, Stamina, Flow and Relaxation. Each exercise guides you to gradually develop your body awareness, increase your strength, muscle tone and flexibility, and improve your posture, joint mobility and co-ordination.
I came to Pilates following an injury and quickly learnt that it was a great way to exercise in a calm and safe manner to build back core strength and overall posture. I felt so passionate about the help that this exercise gave to me and others that I trained to become a teacher. I have since worked with every manner of person, including sports men and women, the more mature, the disabled and the very young. One of the things I love about Pilates is that it is for people of all ages and levels of ability and fitness.
The key to success in Pilates, I believe, is working in a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere, while also enjoying the fun that exercise produces through the release of endorphins. We work on the mat and rely on our own body weight to provide the resistance for our muscles to work against. We will sometimes use small pieces of equipment in the class such as soft balls, resistance bands and rings. In this way, we achieve a toned and aligned body. I teach mixed-ability classes, within which I guide each person individually to attain their personal best.
I specialise in orthopaedic Pilates and strengthening the pelvic floor. My other qualifications are in Garuda, Pilates fusion (barre/yoga/Pilates) and I am also a ASA swimming instructor.
Call Nancy on 07881 941 360 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Qigong and Meditation Class with Nick Neter every Tuesday 7 – 8.15pm
With roots in Chinese medicine, martial arts, and philosophy, Qigong is traditionally viewed as a practice to cultivate and balance Qi .Qigong literally means cultivating energy. Qigong practice involves rhythmic breathing coordinated with slow stylized repetition of fluid movements with a calm mindful state. Qigong is practiced daily throughout China and increasingly worldwide.
Meditation has been practiced for thousands of years and can be done by people of all faith traditions. With the practice of meditation the mind settles and a sense of ease, tranquility and joy arise. This can lead to insight and wisdom. Class is one and a quarter hrs long and feel free to stay afterwards for tea and biscuits..!
Open to all ages and abilities. Investment: £8.50 drop in and 4 for £30 to use over unlimited period of time.
First class is always free…..
Sessions are suitable for beginners or those looking for a more restorative class.
Drop-in sessions are £8.50 or book a block of 6 sessions for £42. (Term-time only).
Please contact Hayley for more information and to reserve your space.
Yin and Yang Flow on Wednesday, with Mel at 6.15pm in the Big Yurt…
NHS workers and fellow yoga instructors £6.00 per class (with proof)
10-11am every Thursday Yoga with Eva
Beat the blues by totally chilling out in our beautiful big yurt , enjoying few gentle stretches followed by a deep relaxation. Using bolsters, cushions and blankets, this supportive class offers gentle flowing postures, meditations and Yoga Nidras for physical and mental restoration. A class suitable for all levels and all bodies with no previous experience required. Bring a weekly siesta to your life, you deserve it! Stop and just be, no rushing, no doing, be YOU.
Cost:£7 per class or £30 for block of 6.
Lotus Yoga with Vicky May on Friday mornings at 10.30am begins again soon.
Move with ease through an evenly-paced, gentle hatha class that creates contentment while harnessing strength, moving energy, enhancing flexibility and calming the mind.
This class is suitable for beginners and all levels of practice. Mats and yoga accessories supplied.
Every Friday 10.30-11.30am
£8 pay as you go. £28 for a block of 4 classes .