Dod Yn Ôl At Fy Nghoed
To return to my trees
Includes 3 days accommodation, all meals, snacks, hot beverages, hot tub, fire circle, Cai's sessions.
Meals are organic and locally-srouced/home-grown, hand-made when possible. Prices are all-inclusive for 1 person.
Double/large single cabin £440pp (or £350pp sharing)
Single cabin £390pp
Shared cabin (max 2 beds) £350pp
Unwaged: 1 x £100 bursary to help with your costs.
Sorry, fully booked - feel free to contact for wating list.
For content and bursary application: www.caitomos.com/www.sensingself.org
(all bursaries now allocated)
Sept 3rd - 6th 2020
The Welsh phrase “I ddod yn Ôl at fy ngoed” means to return to a balanced state, literally back to my trees. The nourishing landscape of Felinganol provides a wonderful context for immersion and deepening of our relationship to nature outside, and our own within. We will utilise the channels of the senses that provide us with a wealth of information that we can draw on for our dancing. By simply receiving ourselves, and returning to our senses, we can find an easeful place where we are danced.
We will work with improvisational movement practices that support us to deepen trust in our own expression by resourcing through the body and imagination, so that we may tap into various energy states that encourage freedom. The retreat is led through a series of simple invitations that look at how we connect with the wealth of creative wisdom that lies within our bodies.