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    Can you spot the signs of Spring?

    Heralding the Spring, the first unusual early flowering crocus should be showing from February. We have planted over 1,000 bulbs. Look out for four unusual varieties of crocus – Crocus Chrysanthus Blue Bird, Crocus Barrs Purple, Crocus Vernus Vanguard and Crocus Chrysanthus Herald – in the grassy area near the new benches.  Near The Dome […]

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    Love Yourself This Valentine’s

    Loving yourself means taking care of yourself like you would take care of a partner or a child, friend or family member. It means giving yourself what is right for you, sometimes it’s simply allowing ten minutes in a day to sit in a bath and relax. For others it can be going for a […]

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    Have yourself a mindful little Christmas

    Having suffered a recent back pain from carrying too much Christmas shopping and running around last week, I have been physically forced to slow down in the midst of the busy festive season, and actually, it’s been very nourishing to come back to my day to day practice. When we practice mindfulness we can learn […]

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    Mindfulness and Healing Classes Autumn 2016

    Our resident mindfulness practitioner will be back at the garden this Autumn with a range of classes and workshops for everyone to experience a practical session in mindfulness, whether you are beginner wanting to try some taster classes, or you are looking to absorb yourself on a wellbeing workshop event. SamMantra will also be teaming […]

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    Mindfulness and Healing Classes Summer 2016

    This summer our classes will take on an outside theme, with mindful walks and herbal workshops tailored to explore nature, beauty and gratitude in our everyday life. The creative mindfulness series will also return with more ‘colour me calm’ workshops on the same theme.  A series of wellbeing experts will also be on hand, including […]

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    Amanda Riley joins The Treatment Room

    Amanda Riley has been in practice since 2008. Her passion is massage, to enable and encourage the body to relax fully in a calm environment. Amanda has worked with a wide range of clients from patients on dialysis to marathon runners, volunteering her time for seven years at the Fountain Centre, a charity for cancer patients, […]

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    Hot yoga. The power of sweat.

    Sweat. For most people the word has negative connotations. But the benefits of sweating during exercise, like hot yoga, might change your mind. Sweat is a powerful reaction to physical exertion. It’s a clear sign that you are working hard and pushing your physical limits. Take a look at the list of benefits below and chances […]

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    What’s your intention for 2016?

    Wish Sticks are a simple way to bring some good medicine into your life and share it with those you love. You can pick up one from The Garden Shop or many of the other businesses in the courtyard. They’re just a £1 and all money raised goes to The Medicine Garden Foundation to support the maintenance […]

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    Get fit in the New Year in our walled garden

    Bootcamp sessions are every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday morning in our 2-acre walled garden. The fun starts at 9.30am and lasts an hour. Everyone is welcome, but be warned, instructor Sarah will really put you through your paces with a combination of jogging, circuits and body conditioning. Stick with it and we promise you really will […]

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    Yoga classes with Luma. All abilities welcome.

    Luma has been teaching here for many years and specialises in Power Yoga, Ashtanga and Yoga for Athletics. Her style is a mixture of ancient Eastern yoga with a modern Western twist. The aim of her classes is to invoke inner abundance and beauty. She does this by incorporating facial yoga, tantra, Ayurvedic health and food […]

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