P R A C T I C E
MONDAY 9.30-11am Newport Memorial Hall £12
TUESDAY 6.30-8.15pm Felinganol Woodland Studio £8
FRIDAY 9.30-11.00am Felinganol Woodland Studio £8
Longer & smaller classes throughout the year £25
March 5th Felinganol, Cardigan 10am-1pm
April 8th Llanbadarn Hall, Aberystwyth 10am-1pm TBC
22nd April Bramhall, Manchester 11am -2pm bookings email@example.com
FULL - another date coming soon...
Classes includes physical assists. Trauma-informed - please notify teacher for no-touch practice.
Contact: Meriel Goss 01239 621 702 / 07930 352 855 firstname.lastname@example.org
F E L I N G A N O L W O O D L A N D R E T R E A T Caemorgan Road, Cardigan SA43 1QX
For more info bout the classes and approach to Yoga please click ABOUT MERIEL
This Yoga is a movement awareness practice. Revitalising and relaxing this way of moving allows body/mind curiosity. We ask ourselves somatic questions such as - what is the nature of the spine? It is for anyone interested in their own well being no matter what their experience, background, body-shape or ability.
The landscape of Felinganol forests and studio influence practice at Felinganol – chopping wood, managing the land, planting and harvesting offer up lessons around the efficiency of movement or creativity needed. Observing the shift of the elements and the surrounding organic forms are a constant source of inspiration.
Directions from Cardigan
Go through Tesco traffic lights towards Penyparc/Aberystwyth BUT take 1st left onto Caemorgan rd (the left after that is for the recycling centre/Quarrey). Follow the road as it curls to the right past Caemorgan Mansion, keep going. The road passes a number of farms and homesteads, it's wiggly, there's a sharp left turn where you can see the Sand Quarry ahead on the right side - keep going! Felinganol is near, a clear sign on left for Felinganol track, come all the way down and park thoughtfully for others and walk acros the lawn along the river up a path into Pines to the 'Studio' - a beautiful woodland Studio.
Also roads from Penyparc/Aberporth, from Mwnt and Ferwig/Gwebert.