NURTURING THE SOUL with John Bailey, Derek Murray, Carol Richards, & Kate Knowles
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About The Event
During the weekend we will explore ways of connecting with and nurturing our Soul. We will examine the soul’s ‘Involution, evolution and the response-ability of the individual’.
In yoga and other traditions the breath has long been associated with the breath of God - we will explore the practice of ‘Soul Breathing’- a beautifully simple way of bringing us closer to our ‘Centre’, our Soul, our Godliness. We will also look at the hidden power in the stories we tell ourselves and how we can use it as metaphor, guide and soul food. With screenings and references to popular films. The yoga sessions will suit all so please bring loose comfortable clothing for these sessions.
John Bailey has been involved with Tan-y-Garth Hall for over 45 years where he was introduced to Eugene Halliday’s work by Khen Ratcliffe. Through his own experience of cancer he has widely researched and successfully applied dietary based remedies on his journey back to health which he documented and freely shares with others who may benefit from his experience.
Carol Richards is a long term member of the IHS and has taught yoga, stress management and related subject for over 30 years. Initially training with the Bihar Satyananda school of yoga in India and latterly, since the mid 1970s with Khen Ratcliffe. Carol has worked within the realms of mental health as the co-ordinator for Mind in Hereford as well as teaching in local schools and colleges.
Kate Knowles is a qualified and experienced yoga teacher, having trained with the British Wheel of Yoga, Birthlight and Yoga for Healthy Lower Backs. She is also qualified to teach yoga to people living with cancer, baby yoga and yin yoga.
Derek Murray is an award-winning filmmaker and media production educator. He worked as a documentary producer/director in the UK and development co-producer in film & TV in both the US and UK before becoming UK co-producer for Panocast; a world leading 360 Immersive Experience/Virtual Reality technology company. He studied Screen Arts at the Northern Media School and graduated with as a Master of Arts with distinction in directing and screenwriting. His films have been shown on UK TV and at films festivals in the UK, USA and France as well as by way of permanent exhibits in the Museum of Liverpool and International Slavery Museum. More recently he has taught film and TV production as a senior lecturer in UK universities and as a visiting lecturer at the Northern Film School. Derek has been coming to Tan-y-Garth Hall for forty years studying under Khen Ratcliffe and Don Lord. He is currently acting Resident Custodian of Tan-y-Garth Hall, Secretary of the International Hermeneutic Society and a cancer survivor.
- Non-Residential - non-members£80£800£0
- Non-Residential - IHS Members£70£700£0
- Residential - Non-members£120£1200£0
- Residential - IHS members£100£1000£0