What a FASCINATING weekend we have in store for you at The Welsh Wildlife Centre on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 November…
Why not come along, release some of that winter tension and blues by sampling one of the many relaxing complimentary therapies that will be available….
On offer will be a range of touch/body work therapies including the Bowen Technique, Craniosacral therapy & Shiatsu which can be helpful for a number of medical complaints including physical injuries as well as emotional conditions.
Also available is reflexology and Indian head massage which again use subtle massage techniques on certain reflex points which assist the body in regaining its energetic balance and thus promote healing.
Additionally, on offer from the fascinating and elusive field of Energy Medicine we have Matrix Energy Healing & Counselling, Omni Therapy and Reiki. Again their aim is to awaken and rebalance the body’s energies producing vitality, joy, and enthusiasm to your life – and greater health to your body, mind, and spirit! The charge for these taster sessions will either be set by the practitioners (NB they will not charge the price of a full consultation) or by agreement with the client.
Other therapies and services in the main building are homoepathy, hypnotherapy/psychotherapy, and for those of you wanting a glimpse into the future we have tarot reading, clairvoyance and runes. We will also be hosting stalls for Forever Living products and Nature’s Divine Delights…
That’s not all… in our Teifi Marshes building there will also be a number of talks on a variety of interesting topics as well as engaging classes. For instance Scaravelli Yoga is a gentle yet demanding form of Hatha Yoga which focuses on developing core strength through releasing tension and creating length in the spine.
By contrast, Ashtanga Yoga can be deemed to be a more demanding system which involves a dynamic series of postures (vinyasa) which produces internal heat, detoxing muscles and organs leading to improved circulation, a light strong body and a calm mind!
Also featuring are Qi Gong, a Chinese practice which typically involves moving meditation, coordinating slow flowing movement, deep rhythmic breathing, and a calm meditative state of mind.
Other talks and demonstrations will cover subjects such as Trance, Hypnosis and Regression. Also our local “Steps to Health” group will be giving a presentation about the health benefits of walking and their group, whilst Dr. Diane Davies will be delivering what promises a wonderful workshop on poetry about the natural world and our relationship with it. The aims are to break down some of the possible barriers to reading and writing poems for our own reflection, pleasure and wellbeing.
This is a fundraising event for The Wildlife Trust of South & West Wales and so we would welcome a suggested donation of £1 entrance fee and you can also make a donation for a talk/class attendance if you wish. The event will run from 10am to 4pm on both days. This is an opportunity not only to learn more about alternative health but also to support local businesses and practitioners.