October 2019

Booking ID: 211019

Tutor: Lina Newstead

Bring a skilful attention to your Yoga practice that will move it into a different dimension. The postures, breathing practices and deep relaxation techniques will be practised with hand mudras (gestures), mantras (positive affirmations) and meditation in both Yogic and Buddhist traditions.

Residential price: £440.00

November 2019

Booking ID: 041119

If you feel the need of an escape from the hurly-burly of modern life, come and experience the tranquillity of Claridge House.

Residential price: £415.00

December 2019

Booking ID: 021219

If you feel the need of an escape from the hurly-burly of modern life, come and experience the tranquillity of Claridge House.

Residential price: £415.00

Booking ID: 231219

Enjoy a quiet Christmas, away from the normal pressures. Relax, go for walks or play games. Gather for our daily Quiet Times. Come together to share favourite music, poetry and writings.

Residential price: £615.00

Booking ID: 301219

Tutor: Lina Newstead

Ladies only See the New Year with different eyes! Try a meaningful way to start the year ahead with different practices to guide you to know your own inner and outer paths in the months to come. A variety of approaches will be offered to help you reveal your personal vision. Practices will include mindfulness, meditations, simple yoga, discussion, journaling, creativity and more. Each person will be offered a short focussing session with the tutor.

Residential price: £550.00

September 2020

Booking ID: 210920

Training in practical healing for those interested in becoming a Quaker Spiritual Healer, enabling exploration of healing potential in a safe, supportive atmosphere. Experience is unnecessary, only a desire to help. Applicants should be sympathetic to Quaker values and attending a Quaker meeting regularly. Completion of the course is the first step towards a healing qualification and does not itself lead to full membership.

Residential price: £460.00

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