Weekend Sessions, Events, Retreats

Waking Up – Yoga for the New Year

Sunday 20th January, 2-5pm

Friends’ Meeting House, Lancaster

gentle movement, deep stretches, supported postures 
 guided ‘Yoga Nidra’ (deep relaxation) and meditation on the breath

we will have a tea break in the middle and some discussion

Nature has been resting and is now beginning to stir.
This is an afternoon of yoga practices to help us to wake up gently

Beginners welcome
Those with experience will be supported to deepen their practice
Choices and guidance offered to suit individual needs.

Cost: £22. Some concessions, by arrangement, for low income. Please book as spaces are limited.
Mats and equipment are provided but you are welcome to bring your own if you wish.

Booking and Cancellation

Bookings are held for a few days. To confirm place, please send payment (details will be sent by email).
Cancellation: 50% refund up to 7 days before start date.
Sorry, no refund for cancellation within 7 days of start date as other bookings may have been turned away but you may give your place to a friend.


Yoga and Meditation Retreats, Dhanakosa Buddhist Centre, Scotland

Sue is not currently teaching at Dhanakosa but there are lots of wonderful retreats with other teachers

Dhanakosa loch

Dhanakosa Retreat Centre is a converted farmhouse situated by a peaceful loch in the foothills of the Scottish Highlands. These one-week retreats are led by a highly experienced team which includes a meditation leader, 2 yoga teachers and an organiser.

The day will start at about 7.30am with morning meditation, followed by breakfast and yoga.  After lunch, there will be free time, optional yoga and afternoon meditation.  Supper is at about 6.30pm, after which there will be an evening activity and meditation. Participants are asked to switch off mobile phones and other devices and there are periods of silence during the week to encourage deepening of the yoga and meditation practices.

The meditations taught are ‘Mindfulness of Breathing’ and ‘Developing Loving-Kindness’ – traditional Buddhist practices.  The retreats are open to people of all faiths and none.  They are designed to be accessible to beginners in both meditation and yoga but many experienced meditators/yogis come back again and again!

Dhanakosa runs on the basis of ‘dhana’ (meaning generosity).  There is an initial booking fee of  £75 and participants are encouraged to pay a further donation above this as they can afford (suggested donation £275 unwaged £430 waged).  Visit www.dhanakosa.com