Join us for an experiential talk exploring how sound and the voice have been used in different traditions to balance the mind and body, and ultimately achieve enlightenment. Jill will show how we can empower our lives by using our voice to release a uniquely powerful energy, which can be used for physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual healing. We will also experience the ancient magic of Mongolian overtone chanting, sacred songs, chants, sonic meditations and more - not to be missed!
The Library, Trafalgar Square | Thursday 25th July, 6-9PM
The Ugly Animal Roadshow is an evening dedicated to raising the profile of some of Mother Nature’s more aesthetically challenged children, hosted at Library Club close to Trafalgar Square. Simon Watt is a biologist, writer, science communicator, comedian and TV presenter - best known for his work on the BAFTA winning documentary series Inside Nature’s Giants and the Channel 4 special The Elephant: Life After Death.
Carthew Farm, St Issey, Wadebridge PL27 7RQ | Monday 13th to Sunday 19th November
A truly special and rare opportunity to learn from peace activist Satish Kumar. We will journey on foot from Satish's home in Devon to our special Cornish haven, wild swimming and camping on route. Upon arrival, we will begin the second part of our retreat with delicious Vegan Food, Wilderness Connection, Movement & Yoga Workshops. Daily swimming, walks, massages and relaxation also await.
The Hoxton, Holborn | Saturday 30th September, 11am
Joined by an amazing line-up of Speakers and Workshop leaders we devote this day to a celebration of Storytelling and Mythology, indigenous cultural heritage and the rich fabric of ancient lore imbued in both our own and foreign lands. A morning of soul-moving workshops, delicious vegan lunch, and afternoon of spirit-igniting stories and talks.
The Nehru Centre, Mayfair, London | All Tuesdays in October
Join us for an exciting lecture series taking us beyond asana to explore the myriad roots of yoga as it emerged in the Indian sub continent over the last 3 millennia. We have invited the most important scholars and teachers in the field. Each event can be booked separately, or you can attend the whole course. For everyone: students, teachers, and anyone interested in Yoga, Philosophy and History.
University College London, Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, Gower St, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 6BT | Friday 20 October, 6.30pm
Join us at UCL to to discuss the hands-on, practical implications and relevance of an ecological approach to the crises we face. With Satish Kumar (peace activist, author and co-founder, Schumacher College), Craig Bennett (CEO, Friends of the Earth), Molly Scott Cato (MEP, Green Party)