Fullness and Light: A Nourishing Weekend of Yoga for Women of All Ages | IRELAND

2 - 3 April 2016

Saturday 10:30 – 17:30
Sunday 10:00 – 16:00

with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli

at An Sanctoir, Bawnaknockane, Skibbereen, Ireland

 

Celtic Yoga practices to welcome the light and fullness, a post-easter gathering for women of all ages. Each day includes elemental reconnections, meditative gestures, and practices to reconnect and nourish our links to the Earth at this special time of year.

 

SCHEDULE

Saturday 2 April 1030 - 1730
Opening practice of total yoga nidra to welcome you home to yourself. 
Gentle movements, sound, breath work, feminine meditations and sharing circles to support and empower 
With a shared lunch (soup provided) at 1300-1400
Afternoon yoga nidra and restorative yoga, with sound and movement to restore and revive. 
Weather permitting time we will also spend time in nature with Celtic Yoga meditations. 

Saturday evening candlelit comfy musical treat - 
all welcome (men, women and children!)

Sunday 3 April 1000 - 1600
Opening practice of total yoga nidra to welcome you home to yourself. 
Gentle movements, sound, breath work, feminine meditations and sharing circles to support and empower. 
With a shared lunch (soup provided) at 1300-1400
Afternoon yoga nidra and restorative yoga, with sound and movement to restore and revive. 
Weather permitting time we will also spend time in nature with Celtic Yoga meditations.  

 

Please bring some food to share and something from your heart to offer on to the altar if you would like. 

Copies of The Celtic School of Yoga book by Uma Dinsmore-Tuli and Jack Harrison, will be on sale, and there will also be copies of Uma’s other books CDs, DVDs and yoga props for sale at discounted rates for participants. 

Places limited to 25 women only. 

More information: www.facebook.com/events/1491392277836411

  

COST and BOOKINGS

To book your place contact Claire Osborne: osborneclaire@hotmail.com / 0862134080.

€30 deposit to secure your place. 

This covers the cost of hosting the event (venue hire, heating, lighting, Uma’s transport to the venue, prop transport, flowers for the altar, soup for the pot, chocolates for the meditations, teas, coffees etc. Basically the 30 euro is your contribution to make the event happen. This amount does not cover the cost of the teachings.

About Gift economy
Please note, this event, like all Uma's inedependent teachings in Ireland throughout 2016, is operating 'off grid' from the usual forms of monetary exchange. Uma is offering all of her independent teachings as a gift to the yogis and yoginis of Ireland. So there is no charge for the teachings shared at this special event, but you are invited to bring cash gifts to give to express your thanks for the loving gift of the teachings, and all the valuable skills and precious time that are offered to make this event possible. There will be an opportunity to offer your cash gifts at the end of the weekend .

For more on gift economy in this video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=_AByYTKynno 

Address: 

An Sanctoir
Bawnaknockane
Skibbereen
Ireland