Autumn Newsletter – musings and events

Autumn Newsletter – musings and events

Just loving the glorious start of Autumn, sun is shining, garden still colourful and the boots are out!  (I love summer but sooo look forward to boots season too!)

Mr B, my lovely cat, is cozying up already next to the radiator, a bit disappointed that the wood stove isn’t blazing yet!  How blessed we are to have these warm, sunny days still.  Much as I love my wood stove, I am happy not to have to lug wood around yet.

Sweeping up leaves and watching them fall gently from the branches now in the breeze – nature demonstrating for us how healthy it is to let go so that we can make space for new life to come, just as they do in the spring.  The majesty of the seasons, so much to teach us and each one has its own mystery and magic with gifts for us.

So what does Autumn hold in store for us?  Autumn is harvest festival, Halloween, the wheel of the year turning as we move into longer nights and more inward times after the fullness of summer.  What have you reaped in the harvest of your own life this year since seeding ideas in Spring?  Maybe it’s a deepening of friendships, a new job, a project underway, or simply gratitude for all that you have.

Halloween

Halloween, despite all the hype, is a magical time when the veil between the worlds is thinner and our ancestors are closer to us.  There is no separation between us but delusion puts a veil over it which we can pierce in meditation or at times like Halloween.  Went to the garden centre to meet my dear friend for breakfast on Sunday….and of course couldn’t help but buy some plants!  Went for plants to start preparing my Halloween doorstep, I love the creativity involved in gardening and use it as an excuse to mark each season differently as it comes into being, that’s my sort of art.

I have been out and about running workshops and new classes on meditation and yoga nidra so please come along and join me for some delicious down time, and to learn some great techniques for handling the bumpy parts of life that come as we walk the path.  We have everything we need inside of us to respond to whatever life presents to us – when we are quiet enough to access it.  Learning to meditate is one of the best things you can ever do for yourself.

A great workshop (New Beginnings) on the calendar to inspire our entrance into the new year so do come and join us for a morning of sacred dance, ritual, candles, intention…and set the new year off from the heart.

And I am so excited to announce that my “Practical Magic” herb workshop will be at the gorgeous Prairie Gardens in Henfield at Summer Solstice next year – yayyy!

Upcoming Events and Groups (full details on events page)

New meditation group starting Monday 5th November 5pm at Iriness in Horsham

Regular yoga nidra and relaxation class in Handcross Parish Hall Mondays at 10.45

Shakti – Dance and Yoga Nidra – Yogaananda Holistic Centre Reigate, Sat 3/11 and Sunday 16/12

Dance of Awareness with Dancemantra in Horsham: Sunday 11th November

New Beginnings Workshop – Sunday 20th January in Horsham

Practical Magic – Saturday 22nd June 2019 (I know it’s early but space is limited!)

Nalini Natural Skincare – great gift ideas….

Lovely, natural gifts this Christmas

I have been experimenting with different packaging this year and have the thumbs up from many of you on the tissue paper packaging for gifts.  Many lovely ideas for a really unique and heartfelt gift for your friends and family – it’s always lovely to receive something made by hand…and with a lot of love!  I am happy to post, or you can get them from me in Horsham or Handcross, just let me know.  Gift boxes made to order to accomodate two or more products.  Nalini Natural Skincare range is suitable for all skin types, smells amazing and is deep, yummy nutrition for the skin.

Wishing you all a fabulous Autumn, enjoy the beauty and colour of this season and start wrapping up!  Felt a real chill in the air this afternoon…hot chocolate needed!

All blessings, Nalini xxx

Hazy Summer Days and Skincare

GIVE YOUR SKIN A TREAT IN THIS SUMMER HEAT!  (plus some tips for summer skincare)

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Skin-soothing and nourishing aromatherapy with gorgeous calendula oil – the ultimate oil for caring for your skin during the summer sun. Add a bespoke blend of essential oils to the mix for a wonderfully healing and relaxing session.

I make 100% natural and organic calendula oil from the ground up – from flower to infusion to bottle to box…and finally to your skin to nourish and soothe. It’s not called the Skin Magician for nothing! It is extremely beneficial to a myriad of conditions including nappy rash, eczema, sunburn, sensitive skin, hemmeroids, scars and stretch marks, as well as being a lovely face oil. Your skin will drink it in and give you a big thank you afterwards for how soft and silky it feels, skin food at its best!

If you have been on any of my herb workshops, now is the time to harvest calendula and make your oil. The more you pick the flowers, the more the plant will produce. Or you can get it from me if you are too hot and bothered to make your own! Just get in touch. This is a red hot favourite with many as it is so versatile.

Other plants are coming into their own in this heatwave too, get some mint tea in the fridge and serve it with a slice of cooling cucumber – ahhhh, refreshing!  Or you can use lemon balm or lemon verbena to cool you down.

What about our feet!  Add some mint and lavender flowers to a basin of cool water and give yourself a foot spa, sipping your cooling herbal infusion while you are at it.  Use calendula oil for dry heels too.

Treat your hair well too, pick a few stinging nettles, make a tea out of them and use as a final rinse when washing your hair – FULL of nutrients and will make your hair shine, as well as strong and healthy!  I adore nettle, so many things we can use her for, the optimum ‘weed’.   I make buckets of tea to water my plants with and they love me for it.  You can also massage your hair with a little calendula oil to combat dryness and condition it well.  Gosh, calendula really is amazing!

Bites and stings – use plantain leaves directly squashed onto a bee or wasp sting for instant relief.  Use lavender essential oil for after care and for bites.

Lavender oil is a miracle cure of acute sunburn too, you can use it directly on the skin to prevent blistering and to heal it. Use calendula oil too to nourish and soothe after treating burnt skin.

And of course, if you can take a dip in the sea, go for it!

Have a glorious summer, just loving this heat!

Much love Nalini xx

 

 

www.michellenalinideane.com for more info and bookings

Summer Solstice and Gratitude

The seasonal wheel of the year turns…and we arrive at the half-way point of summer solstice – longest day, shortest night, and the wheel tips into the dark half of the year!  But don’t despair, the best is yet to come as we enter into a period over the next few days of hot, sunny weather, gardens and the countryside ablaze with life and energy as Mother Earth flows into full manifestation.

Summer is the time for enhanced creativity as we align with the seasonal magic and take a leaf out of her book, using this energised time of the year to get things moving. Projects seeded in the spring can start to flower now as the creative juices flow!  Summer has much to offer apart from the usual sun, sea and sand.  The power that nature displays gives the impetus to flow with it and bring our dreams and aspirations to life.

Summer solstice is also a time of deep gratitude, for the earth and her abundance and sustenance, the people in our lives, the gifts that we take for granted like drinkable water flowing from a tap in our kitchen…and a deep gratitude for ourselves and all our inherent wisdom and beauty.  Gratitude was the theme tonight at our meditation group…we celebrated solstice by creating an altar reflecting summer (which included flowers, fauna….and flip flops!  Perfect!) and then meditated on all we held gratitude for.  ‘Thank You’ – the simplest and most effective form of prayer.

Take a moment this weekend to reflect on your own life, the direction you are taking, where you are heading, and to give thanks giving to our beautiful planet and commit to walking more lightly on her, taking what we need with gratitude and giving something back in return – bless her with respect and love, without her we wouldn’t be here.  Create a simple ritual – rituals take us out of everyday life for a while so that we can slow down and ponder on the path of life….

Two summer dances on the horizon too, first one this Sunday with Kathryn in Horsham, next one in July with me at Lower Beeding.  Come and join our growing group of dancers and ride the wave of energy through the dance and let your heart move your feet, more info here at Dancemantra

Head into summer catching that wave of full-on life force while it lasts, before we head towards Autumn and shorter days and longer nights, with a different sort of magic yet to come…

All blessings

Nalini

Blissful! Spring in full flow..

Oh my!  It’s that blissful time of year….and an unexpected free day today!  Loving hearing the birds singing, astral green leaves everywhere, sun shining (hurruh!), being in my garden, and blissed out by wild flowers and the wildness of this time of year.  Jack in the Green has been busy and the earth has woken up and thrown out a myriad of colour all over, who needs a TV?!  There is always a special, new kind of magic in the air this time of year; waking at dawn to hear the birds welcoming in the new day, sunlight filtering through the trees, bees busy at work, smiley faces everywhere as the energy lifts the spirits.  The seasons are so cool!  I love the beauty each one has and the gifts it contains.  I’m in heaven today with the unexpected day off, ahhhh, what a blessing!  Pottering in the garden, relaxing in the sunshine, nowhere to go, marvellous!

Orders coming in for calendula oil, and I’m out of stock!  So waiting on my plants to grow so I can harvest those gorgeous orange and yellow flowers and transform them into the best oil for skin, to keep it looking great or to heal those sore places, including nappy rash.  I have a secret store left for myself, not sharing it though as I can’t live without it!

Really looking forward to our June workshop at Sedgwick on how to make all those lovely, natural skin and health products from the glorious array of herbs and ‘weeds’ in our gardens!  Early bird price closing 15th May so book now if you would like to come.  Sedgwick House is a treat in itself, amazing gardens, labyrinth, magical woodland, it’s a great place to spend the day and learn how to make the best products for your skin.  Our skin doesn’t need the stuff from the shops, it does a lot better with pure ingredients like shea butter, almond oil and the herbs we find easily.  This is pure food for the skin and body, easy to make, costs very little, not tested on animals, no rubbish in them!  This is the third workshop I have done there and this time we’re going to make elderflower cordial as well as face and body products, love doing this stuff!  And the calendula should be ready for us to use too!

Huge blessings for this wonderful spring, long may the sunshine continue, England is magic when it’s sunny.

And now….GDPR, grrrr!  Perfect yoga nidra, working with opposites!  Sun, bliss and greenery one minute, terms and conditions, privacy policies and brain-aching stuff the next!  Got to be done though and thank goodness for my web lady who is on it, thank you!

Love Nalini xx

 

 

Dancemantra Blossoming into Spring

‘Blossoming into Spring’ – Dancemantra event

Snowing again the morning of my Dancemantra class…but it didn’t deter everyone and we had a small, energetic group which flowed together perfectly.  The Barn in Horsham was toasty warm and made a nice change from our usual venue.

Photo by Anthony DELANOIX on Unsplash

It is so rewarding to see our regular dancers becoming more relaxed with each session and to witness how their dance has changed since we started in July last year.  The more we dance, the more we heal and move into life with confidence and clarity, leaving behind what we no longer need, and bringing in that which we do.  We had a newcomer who threw herself whole-heartedly into the dance and took to it like a duck to water, thoroughly enjoyed it, felt amazing afterwards, and also delighted to experience how quickly things shift and change, emotions long held, new visions yet to be lived, all comes to light when we dance from the heart.

Blossoming into Spring with snow gently falling….

Next Dancemantra event is with Kathryn on Sunday 22nd April and will be a workshop called ‘Tantric Heart – Seemless Being’ and will be a three hour session from 10.30 to 13.30 at the usual Lower Beeding venue with its wonderful light and sprung dance floor.  I am also going to run a taster session at Total Therapy Studios for an hour and a half on the morning of Saturday 21st April for those who aren’t too sure if this is for them.  A shorter session might be just the thing to give an idea of what Dancemantra is all about.

Please do come and join us for one of our regular events, details always available on the Dancemantra page or the calendar.

All blessings

Nalini x

Snow…

Snow…. Mmmmm!  Finally!  One of the things I have missed since living in Italy is the sight of freshly fallen snow laying a thick blanket over the earth.  I have only seen a sprinkling here in the three years I have been back and was yearning yesterday to see a winter wonderland again.  So, the power of our thoughts!  Draw the curtains this morning and lo!  Desire satisfied.  Standing outside early this morning, I listened to the silence that only snow can bring….it is as if a hush has fallen over the world, there’s nothing quite like it.  Stunningly beautiful, a little inconvenient…didn’t make it to work today!  It was thick and falling where I live and roads that just don’t melt.  An unexpected day off; some risks I’m happy to make in life, others are better not taken so I decided to stay safe, stoke up the fire and work from home instead.

The moon is shining now in a sky studded with diamonds… and have just returned from a venture outside to witness the glitter that sparkles on snow – it’s quite awe-inspiring, and to soak up a little more of that surreal silence.  My cat is not quite so keen! He has ventured out very briefly with a look of puzzlement on his face, followed by disdain as his paws sank into the snow!  Now, my Italian cats were old hat at it, they used to fly out and dive headlong into it with utter abandonment and thoroughly enjoy themselves!  No help when it came to putting snow chains on though, must admit I don’t miss that part!

So though we are fast approaching Spring Equinox, we have some full on weather to deal with, minus 5 tonight and more snow forecast for Thursday.  The birds are out there so remember to help them out as they will have trouble finding food now – proper bird food is best as bread doesn’t sustain them very well.  And outdoor animals need plenty of warm bedding and straw if they are sleeping outside in these temperatures.  Despite their thick winter coats, dogs and cats can die from the cold and it isn’t good for them to be inside cold houses either.  I read an article recently that said if you feel cold, for sure so does your pet.  So make sure they are warm when you are out.  And for us?  Well, lots of nourishing food, echinacea tincture to keep our immune system boosted, fresh ginger tea and lemon.  Thyme tea is great for colds along with loads of vitamin C and try a steam inhalation with a drop of eucalyptus to clear the airways.  If you have those achy flu symptoms, there is nothing like a hot bath with a few drops of lavender and marjoram added to bring some ease, 3 drops of each maximum.  And sometimes we just have to listen to what our body is trying to tell us and slow down a little…  Just added the first herb workshop to the calendar for this year…’Practical Magic’ at Sedgwick Park House 10th June to learn how to use nature’s goodies for our health and wellbeing.  Keep an eye on elderly neighbours too at this time of year.

Stay home and warm, and know that spring isn’t far away now….and as winter has been pretty dramatic this year, I reckon spring will be warm and glorious!!

All blessings Nalini x

Sunday Dance – Fall into Grace

Come dance with us

Yesterday morning saw us dancing our way to bliss and falling into grace again at the Lower Beeding venue with its sprung dance floor, and a great group who entered into it all with openness and enthusiasm!  Kathryn led us on a dance through the elements to a fab play list which got us all shaking our stuff, leaving behind tension and finding our natural joy and laughter.  It was a pleasure for me to participate and not lead this time, which is one of the reasons Kathryn and I take turns to lead, we both love to dance and participate too!  Oh how I love doing this, so freeing, a good workout and a chance to connect too.  If you haven’t tried it yet, please come along and give it a go.  There are no steps to learn, some guidance is given.. and you just let your heart guide your feet!  It’s easy, enjoyable and a lot of fun.

Have a look at our Dancemantra uk dance collective on Facebook and join the group for updates on events.

The next one “Blossoming into Spring” takes place on Saturday 17th March at the Barn, St Marys Church, Horsham.  You can book online which is preferable, or you can come along on the day if you don’t want to commit beforehand.  We so look forward to seeing you and welcoming you into our dance tribe who are fast-growing.  Many of our dancers arrived with just a little trepidation, not sure what to expect, and loved it!  Well, they keep coming back so something good is happening!  See you in March for our next monthly event.  Love Nalini x

Menopause Initiation of Change

The Initiatory Journey of Menopause – coming home to ourselves

Menopause… what does the word bring up for you?  Is it fear or fascination?  Dread or excitement?

For many women, the transition of menopause can bring up feelings of negativity and resistance, and I believe this to be mainly down to the stigma that society has placed on this perfectly normal, healthy transition in a woman’s life.  Menopause happens to every single woman and our bodies and minds are designed for it, but there is such a huge negativity around it from society and this has become engrained on most women’s psyche.  What if there was a new way to look at it, a way that leads to freedom, joy and fulfilment?  Wouldn’t that be a healthier, more healing way?

For me, menopause is for sure a change, but a change that brings many rewards and teaches us how to know ourselves a whole lot better, and a change that allows us to say yes to ourselves, possibly for the first time in our lives.  Women spend much of their lives in service to others, taking on board so many various duties and responsibilities, and find that as menopause approaches, they have less energy for it.  All perfectly normal.  In the cycle of a woman’s life, there are times to be active and out there, and times to rest and be more inwards.  For anyone who has practiced ‘menstrual cycle awareness’, they will know this to be true.  As we cycle around the month, different energies emerge and each month, there comes a time when rest and renewal are non-negotiable.  So it is with menopause…. we are in the part of the cycle of our lives when we need to down tools a bit and re-evaluate what our lives need to look like.  Change indeed is on the horizon, and oh how joyous to take quiet times, reflective time, time with other woman going through the transition, and get to know ourselves a bit better.  Cycles are part of nature too, look at the seasons and how nature has times of full blooming and times of rest and renewal.  The rest and renewal give the impetus for a fuller blooming, so is a seriously important messenger for us too.

When we understand more fully the menopause journey, much resistance falls away…. and as a result, many of the ‘symptoms’ fall away too.  Our bodies are trying to tell us something when symptoms become overwhelming and they are asking us to slow down, listen and make some changes.  This really is the most amazing time in a woman’s life if she works it well.

My training in menstruality and menopause, along with my own menopause journey, have guided me into sharing with other women the keys to coping with, and making the most of, both our monthly cycle and menopause.

Come along and learn more at a new monthly support group for women in peri-menopause or menopause, or indeed for any woman that wants to know herself better and prepare well for the journey.  There is nothing like a supportive group of women all on the same track to inspire, heal and bring joy and laughter to the experience.  Held on one in four Wednesday evenings, you will gain support, understanding, tools and techniques, and enjoy a session of lovely, deep relaxation at the end to send you off home relaxed and at ease.  Relaxation is one of the key ingredients for the menopause or menstrual journey.  Click here for more details or to book or feel free to contact me for more info.

All blessings Nalini x

Coming Home to Myself – Dancemantra 21st January

Thank you to all you lovely dancers who braved the elements this morning to come. It was heart-warming to witness your openess, movement, voice,stillness. It brings me such joy to be able to offer sacred space for us to dance this life together, to let go, to share, to trust, thank you xxx Next Dancemantra is with Kathryn Premshakti Varley Sunday 19th April, same time same place.

If you haven’t tried conscious dance, come along to one of our monthly events.  People from all walks of life join us for these wonderful sessions.  If you love dancing but don’t fancy the nightclubs, try this alternative possibility.  Conscious dance is free dance, with some guidance from the facilitator (Kathryn or I).  No special steps are needed, it is about expressing authentically and freely in the moment.  Please contact me if you would like to know more, are a little nervous of taking the dip, and I am happy to talk to you about what it is we are all getting up to!  Love Nalini xx

 

Autumn – news and inspiration from the Hedge Witch!

Autumn Newsletter, tips, events, ideas for Easing into Autumn – transitioning into a slower groove… news from the Hedgewitch!

Summer draws to an end and we ease into Autumn.  Still some warm, sunny days ahead of us and the magic of watching the leaves start to turn and grace us with a myriad of colours and beauty.

Nights are drawing in quickly now, and many are sighing with discontent!  But wait!  Can you imagine how it would be to live near the equator?  To have equal day and night all year round, always the same?  Gosh, I would be so bored with that.  I can remember working in Africa, finishing work at 5 and it being a hot day.  No looking forward to sitting outside in daylight, all dark by 6pm, every day without fail.  Light at 6am every day without fail!  Sigh. Now THAT’s something to sigh about!

So, look on the bright side, isn’t it marvellous that we have those long, summer evenings with so much daylight?  And the opposite coming in during the dark half of the year.   Magical!

I love the seasons, they have so much to teach us about how to live.  Autumn always points the way to slowing down on the energy of high summer and starting to quieten down a little and begin the descent inwards into deeper waters.  Time to reflect on the harvest of my year so far, what has happened, what has grown?  And with the changing of the season, changing colours of the earth, what needs changing in my own life?  We always ponder these reflections in my regular meditation group on a Friday evening.  We have a special evening to celebrate each solstice and equinox and to mark the transition.  It’s a lovely thing to do.

Soooo… Autumn is easing in as we pass the equinox when day and night were equal, and come into the darker time of year.  So many magical things around now though!  Look out for shiny conkers bursting forth from prickly shells, I can never resist having a few in my pocket.  Seeing the squirrels with nuts in their paws, stocking up their larders for the coming months. Spider webs sparkling with morning dew. Halloween on its way, the most important festival for the pagan community – a time when the veil is the thinnest between worlds and we remember our ancestors.  So looking forward to getting creative with a door step altar again this year, will it be different from last year’s??  My American friend was here last year – and you know what they are like about Halloween!  I kinda got into the groove with her, especially after she bought me my very own broomstick!

Mother Earth has laid a quilt over the land of differing, more subdued colours now as she starts to turn her gaze inwards towards deep rest and renewal – hmm, maybe not such a bad idea for us too!  Lovely, long evenings cozyed up with books, cats and hot chocolate.  Wood stove not lit yet, that is a winter pleasure yet to come!  Plenty of candles though to shed a warm glow to my home.

So don’t be blue because of the shorter days, look for all the beauty in nature, both physically and also to what she teaches through the changing seasons.  And my boots collection is on its way out!  Can you imagine life without being able to wear boots!!  Unthinkable!

AUTUMN TIPS FOR HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

So, what about our health and well-being in this season?  What can we do to look after ourselves?  Well, let’s have a look at the plants and what we can utilize for free.

Rosehips from the wild dog rose – go foraging, fill a glass jar or bottle with them and cover in apple cider vinegar – leave on a sunny (or not!) windowsill for a couple of weeks to allow all that gorgeous Vitamin C to pour out.  Then strain your liquid, and take a teaspoon daily in warm water as a great immune boost.

Nasturtium flowers – those lovely bright flowers are a natural anti-biotic, just eat a few!  Don’t go too mad, two or three will do.

Sage – love her!  Make a strong tea, leave to cool and use as a gargle if a sore throat is challenging.

Thyme – makes a wonderful herbal tea, good for when we have a cold but drink it regularly too to keep the winter blues at bay.  Just put a sprig in a mug of water just off the boil, leave to stand for 5 minutes and then drink – it tastes amazing!  Add honey to help soothe if you like.

Echinacea – a well-known immune booster.  Buy the tincture and take it daily during the build up to winter, it is really a great preventative measure.  You can tincture the roots if you have it in your garden.  Dig up the root, wash thoroughly and chop into a glass jar.  Fill with vodka and leave to mature for about a month.  Strain and bottle.  Add 10 to 20 drops to water twice daily.  If you want to buy it, A.Vogel are a good company to buy from.

Conkers!  – Those gorgeous shiny horse chestnuts are great for varicose veins and thread veins!  Chop them and tincture as above.  Only 5 drops twice daily, they can be toxic if overdone so be careful.

Essential Oils

You can use them in the bath or in an oil if you do get caught with winter ailments.

At onset of a cold or flu – hot baths with a blend of 3 drops lavender and 3 drops marjoram OR 3 drops lavender and 3 drops eucalyptus.  Add to a little honey or milk and add to a pre-run bath, shut the door and inhale the steam.  Use the marjoram blend if that achy body symptom is present, it really helps.

Steam inhalation.  Add water just off the boil to a large, pyrex bowl, add two to three drops in total of one or a mix of eucalyptus, camphor, thyme or ti tree.  The steam in itself fights germs and the oils ease coughs, congestion and are anti-viral.  Just put your head over the bowl, cover with a towel and breathe in the steam.  Stay for at least 5 minutes.

More recipes to follow in the winter newsletter, I hope you won’t need them but it’s great to use natural stuff rather than medicines to help.

And if all else fails, come and see me for a warming session!  I can always make you feel so much better.  Lovely, warming aromatherapy oils, yummy!  And try mixing that with a hot stones massage for a real double whammy!  Just what the cooler days call for! Mmmmmm, nice!

 

EVENTS

Had a great workshop at the end of September on making natural products from the Autumn plants and herbs!  Always such a joy for me to share the magic and teach how to make lotions and potions.  More workshops coming in Spring if you missed out on this one.  Keep an eye on the calendar next year.

 

I just love doing these.  I will be sharing lots of tips in my blogs so keep up to date and learn some interesting fact and folklore…

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

‘Right Here, Right Now’ – A Dance of Awareness Event

Sunday 12th November – Lower Beeding Hall 10.30 – 12.30

Come and warm up those bodies and join us for a Dancemantra two hour morning class – see website for full event details.  These dance workshops are a great success and everyone is enjoying them, no special steps required, this is free dance, moving how you feel in the moment.

Full details are here

Regular events held by me and my friend Kathryn Premshakti Varley

 

Inspired!  New Year one day workshop

Saturday 30th December – at beautiful Sedgwick Park House, Horsham

An inspiring and motivating workshop to enter into the New Year with calmness, clarity and ease of being.

Join us for a great day that will include yoga nidra, some meditative practice, dance and journalling and will conclude with a glorious outdoor fire ritual for letting go of the old and bringing in the new.  Breathe life into your very being and go forwards with vision and trust.

Full details will be available from September but please do contact Nalini if you would like more info.

Prem Kathryn Varley  (Horsham Yoga) and Nalini are holding the space for  this day together.

 

Hope to see you on a workshop soon, please do call if you would like to chat about them before deciding.

Many many Autumn blessings to you, get into the magic and enjoy!  Love Nalini x

(October 2017)