When: Saturday 28th April 2018
Where: Sheepscombe Village Hall
What time: 10.00 – 16.00
I am pleased to present our first collaborative workshop which will focus on managing stress. Set in the picturesque village of Sheepscombe, the day will include a yoga session tailored to helping with stress led by yoga expert, Emma Morgan. Participants can then enjoy a nutritious lunch before learning about and experiencing Japanese forest therapy – Shinrin-yoku with Rachel Corby. The final part of the day will focus on the role of stress, and the vital link between gut health and mental health with me, Kamaldeep Sidhu.
This workshop is suitable for anyone who would like to learn about an integrated way of managing acute and chronic stress. Stress can be a useful response when we are in dangerous situations now and again, but most of us live with a constant, low level of stress everyday, which damages our body’s tissues and can contribute to chronic disease.
Come and learn about what stress actually is and how you can use evidence-based mind and body techniques to help you manage it better.
Please be advised that places are limited due to the venue size. To book your place simply click the ‘Buy Now‘ button below to be redirected to Paypal.
We look forward to working with you.
Emma Morgan holds a British Wheel of Yoga Teaching Diploma. Her unique style of teaching brings together decades of learning about the different types of yoga and working alongside a variety of teachers. Emma teaches through cultivating a deep awareness of body and mind, and today, yoga is her passion and her way of living.
Rachel Corby is a self-professed biophile – i.e. a lover of all life. She is a Herbalist, Rewilding Coach and Sacred Plant Medicine Practitioner. Through her work, Rachel aims to encourage our connection with nature through personal rewilding, gathering wild plants to make healing remedies and reconnecting us to the consciousness and sentience of the world around us. See Wild Gaian Soul for more information.