Join Phil as he shares some Qi Gong moves, for physical and emotional health, there'll probably be a meditation shared at the end of the session too
Join Susie for Yoga Nidra. Enjoy the benefits of this deeply relaxing practice, that can be so restorative. You can save money by booking for the full block, or come to individual sessions.
This is a deep relaxation practice, helping us to get ready for sleep. There is no movement required. The suggestion is to be as cosy and comfy as possible - people often join us from their beds, ready for sleep. You won't be brought back at the end of the session, so if you have drifted off, there's no need to worry about having to chat.
Join us for an early morning meditation. You are more than welcome to be in your pj's. This meditation is guided by Susie.
This is to book in for any of the sessions in the block of 7 sessions, from 16th September - 28th October2021. Join Phil as he shares some Qi Gong moves, for physical and emotional health. Phil usually ends with a meditation too.
Join Phil as he shares some Qi Gong moves, for physical and emotional health.
The film we will be showing is "Prison Dogs."
The films depicts a ground-breaking programme, which allows prison inmates to care for and train puppies as service dogs for injured veterans. Filmed at Fishkill State Correctional Facility in New York, the documentary follows three inmates serving long-term sentences for murder and armed robbery. Gloria Gilbert Stoga, is a feisty, brilliant dog expert with a tough love, no-nonsense attitude and a firm belief in second chances. Gloria runs the program, Puppies Behind Bars, which teaches a select group of inmates to train puppies to become service dogs for disabled veterans, whether suffering from PTSD or physical injuries that render them immobile.
Prison Dogs captures in detail how the powerful relationship between humans and animals can restore the lives of those deemed impossible to save. Lives are saved both behind bars and at home for those newly returned from the battlefield. It is a story of hope, one that not only posits that people can change, but illustrates a very real way in which it can be done.
You can watch the trailer for the film here: https://filmsforchange.stream/programs/prison-dogs
Hot drinks will be provided, and we'll have time for a chat after the film too.
In this workshop we'll be talking about why it's important to be kind to ourselves, what gets in the way of this and how we can up our self-kindness game