Creativity Retreat

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 28/06/2019
10:00am - 2:00pm

Location
Well House

Cote Hill Road, Felliscliffe
Harrogate
North Yorkshire
HG3 2LN


Yogitivity© – embracing the benefits of yoga to release your inner creative. Join one of our Yogitivity Workshops held in the breathtaking grounds of Well House where you will learn to use yoga to improve your creativity as a writer.

During the workshop you will explore the wonders encapsulated in essential oils and how to apply them to boost your creativity and clarity of mind. We have also included a gentle meditation sequence that will help you express some of your most powerful writing ever.

Your experienced instructors, Francesca Hepton (author of 6 personal development books and a series of children’s books) and yoga instructor and lifestyle coach Sarah Byrne will gently guide you through an array of explorative and enjoyable exercises to get your creative juices flowing!!

In addition to an enlightening, relaxing and stimulating day, you will also come away with a luxury goodie-bag full of wellness treats – with the odd book-related gift too!

You can of course round off your special day with a reinvigorating walk in this fairytale countryside.

Mats and equipment provided. Tea and coffee included – just bring yourself, a light lunch, water/juice and your notepad and pen of course!

Please arrive at 9.30am for a 10am start.

No previous yoga experience required. Writers of all levels will benefit from this workshop.

We look forward to welcoming you on this special day.


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