Our aim is to create a place where you can learn, be inspired, connect with others and grow.
Join us for one our specially curated Saturday Series or guest workshops. Try something new, 
develop existing skills and meet like minded people in your community. Or, if you have knowledge that you’d like to share, why not host your own?

  • 18th November 2017
    w/ Mona Ruijs & Simone Salvatici
    18th November, 8-10pm, £20

    Once a month, join our resident sound practitioners Simone Salvatici and Mona Ruijs, for a powerful double gong Sound Immersion. Close your eyes and open your ears, as we dive into a journey of sound and the senses!
    A Sound Immersion is created using gongs and a variety of instruments, with a trajectory of sounds that are designed to induce states of profound physical relaxation, meditation and general wellbeing. Laying down on mats participants will be saturated and cocooned in the live sounds of high quality Gongs, singing bowls, crystals bowls, a shruti box and rainsticks.
  • 12TH NOV- 3RD DEC 2017

    w/ Dada Jyotirupananda
    November 12th, 19th, 26th, December 3rd
    2-3pm, £50

    In this practical four part foundation course, suitable for beginners, Dada Jyotirupananda, guides us week by week into more effective meditation while also leading discussions on topics that help us understand how this practice can fit into our regular life.

    Dada Jyotirupananda has been a teacher of meditation for over 30 years in about 30 countries. He is the author of “Meditation: Searching for the Real You”, a widely respected introduction to meditation. He is the editor of New Renaissance magazine ( and a speaker at events such as UN conferences, vegetarian and environmental conferences, universities and many other venues.


  • 18th DECEMBER 2017


    w/ Sarah Twite
    December 18th
    6.30pm-8.30pm, £20 PP, £35 Per Couple.
    This promises to be a fun, practical and informative workshop that aims to provide a relaxed space to explore breastfeeding and early parenthood.
    You can expect to learn about how we make milk, skin to skin, feeding positions, how to make enough milk, how to know your baby is feeding well, feeding cues, caring for your baby in the early weeks and building relationships.
  • 25TH NOVEMBER 2017


    An Introductory Workshop
    w/ Gisela Lopez
    25th November, 2-5pm, £25 early bird until 1.11.17, £30 

    Indian Head Massage is a fully clothed seated treatment based on old Ayurvedic techniques, involving work on the upper back, shoulders, neck, scalp and face. It helps reduce stress, fatigue, eyestrain, increase mental clarity, relaxes and rejuvenates the receiver. It works on the areas of the body that are most affected by stress, however while the treatment is just on the upper part of the body, it’s effects are felt throughout the whole body and mind.
    Head massages originated as part of the ancient Indian practice of medicine, called Ayurveda, based on balancing the body, mind and spirit to promote a long life. Ancient Indians believed that massage of all types, used with herbs, spices and oils, promoted strong muscles and skin, good health and encouraged the body’s natural healing powers.