The Hoxton, Holborn | Saturday 30th September, 10.45am
A deep dive into the power of mythology and storytelling as spiritual and practical tools to connect to our true purpose, empower our lives and ignite awe and wonder at the world around us. Throughout the day we will uncover ancient myths and develop new stories to enliven and deepen our understanding of who we are, where we are, and how we are right now. Speakers and workshop leaders will guide us through our sub-conscious to explore native myths, fairy tales and folk traditions, as well as our own personal story, and how each of these affect the world we see around us.
Rudolf Steiner House, London | Tuesdays 3rd, 10th, 17th & 24th 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.
Rudolf Steiner House | Wednesday 25th October, 7-9.30PM
Workshop with Merilyn Keskula (Milky Moon Lab) and Sacred Cacao Gong Ceremony We need an economy based on sustainability, integrity, gratitude, connection with nature and collaboration. The connection to natural cycles is the foundation for changing the world on an individual and collective level through our presence and our power to create, build and innovate. Together we can learn to heal and strengthen the connection to our wild power by becoming more aware of the guidance of our bodies, the Universe, and how the natural cycles influence every cell and every moment of our being.
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 (Green MEP for SW England and Gibraltar)
Carthew Farm, St Issey, Wadebridge PL27 7RQ | Monday 13th to Sunday 19th November
A special and rare opportunity to learn from peace activist Satish Kumar, practice yoga, meet like-minded individuals and connect with the wild and beautiful land of Cornwall. With vegan food, Wild Swimming, Walking, Wilderness Connection and Yoga Workshops.