Imbolc is upon us, the first stirrings of spring in the earth. This time of year, whilst we are still in winter, we see the trees begin to bud, shoots emerging from the earth. In our lives, it is a time when ideas begin to manifest into action and we direct our energy into the outside world again after winter’s rest period.
We have a willow pruning day in February where participants may take home willow for their gardens, and a tree-planting volunteer day coming up in March.
We are just about to launch our spring program so keep an eye on these pages to see what is going on at Chyan over the next month or two.
Join us for a Yoga Stops Traffick event at Chyan Cultural Centre Apple Barn www.chyan.org
108 Sun Salutations to raise funds for Odanadi Seva Trust
Yoga Stops Traffick unites yoga practitioners across the globe in support of Odanadi Seva Trust. The profits raised from these events help prevent human trafficking in India and support Odanadi in rescuing and rehabilitating individuals affected by modern slavery and sexual violence.
Sun Salutations: 11-1pm (bring your own mat / blanket if you can)
1-230pm: Bring lunch to share.
Cost: £20 (£15 of which will go directly to Odanadi Seva Trust)