Curated and guided by Rebecca Brewin (Scaravelli yoga teacher and poet), Simon Heale (Core Process Psychotherapist and Zen practitioner) & Jessie Teggin (Director of The Quadrangle Trust).
A weekend that will bring together the resources of movement, meditation, enquiry and poetry to create a space to support, open and reform our relationship to our bodies and our personal stories.
Each day consists of a gentle rhythm of yoga, meditation and creative enquiry sessions, reading, walks and vegetarian meals.
Dorm – sliding scale £220- £270 Please pay what you can afford
Sharing twin room, double room, Airstream, Yurt or Bell Tent – £300
Private room, Airstream, Yurt or Bell Tent – £340
Own tent or camper van – £220
Arrive on the evening of Friday (6.30-7pm)
The retreat ends on Sunday at 2.30pm.
Rebecca Brewin is a yoga-movement teacher and poet. She combines the resources of movement, posture, spoken word and writing to create a relational space to support, open and reform our relationship to our bodies and our personal stories. Inspired by the late Vanda Scaravelli and practices of somatic postural integration, she has over ten years experience of sharing her insights into this highly creative approach through classes, workshops and retreats. For more see Hand to Earth
Simon Heale has been practicing buddhist meditation since 1995. He trained extensively within the zen tradition, finally living at Yokoji zen mountain centre in California where he became a senior monk before returning home to the UK in 2010. He now lives and works in London as a Core Process Psychotherapist and at The Centre for Better Health, a progressive mental health charity. Simon finds himself engaged personally and professionally in how to heal and live well within busy and complex modern lives.
Jessie Teggin is a curator and facilitator who works in the arts, education and environmental sector and is the creative director of The Quadrangle Trust. Her passion is exploring our connection to, and interdependence with, the natural world and the living story of ecology. At The Quadrangle she works to bring people together to share spaces of reflection, contemplation and enquiry.