Yoga Stops Traffick

Yoga Stops Traffick, Chyan cultural centre, Penryn

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.

Come and join us for 108 Sun Salutations, or as many as feels right for you, child’s pose is also an option!


11-1pm: 108 Sun Salutations (bring your own mat / blanket if you can) You can rest in child’s pose as much as needed

1-230pm: Bring lunch to share.

Cost: £20 (£15 of which will go directly to Odanadi Seva Trust) to Odanadi Seva Trust)


CONTACT: Stephanie 07815 801234

Apple Day 2021

Chyan Apple Day

Our Annual Apple Fayre is on 17th October 2021 12pm-6pm

For those of you wishing to come along and take part in our workshops – here’s our current schedule:


Ashtanga Yoga – 12.30-2pm

Kundalini Yoga – 3pm-4pm

Circus workshop – 12pm

Hula Hoop Workshop 1.30pm

Foraging Walk – 1.30pm

Apple Pruning Workshop – 2.30pm

Apple Tree talk in Orchards – 3.30pm

Archery – all day in the top field

Spinning demo – all day

Leatherwork demo – all day

Spa Soma is going to running all day – there are some slots left if you would like to book and we have healers offering shiatsu, massage & energy healing which will be available to book on the day.


– cakes

– vegan cafe

– local produce

– paleo bakery

– vegan skincare

– hand made clothing

– tombola


crafts and activities and storytelling will be running all day and at the end of the day we have our now famous finale –

Apple Wars – at 5pm


We also have bands playing and acts on the main stage – see you there!!

Woman At War + Eve screening | The Great Big Green Week

Screening at Chyan – by C Fylm

Wednesday 22nd September 7.30pm

Halla is a 50-year-old environmental activist who crusades against the local aluminium industry in Iceland. As her actions grow bolder, her life changes in the blink of an eye when she is finally granted permission to adopt a girl from the Ukraine.

There can be no doubt that Halla is one of the year’s strongest, most inspirational heroes. –

Sight ​& SoundTickets are pay what you can.

This screening is part of The Great Big Green Week, a national celebration of action on climate change.

C Fylm is joining in by screening films about the environment, sustainability and the natural world across Cornwall.


This year’s Vegan Organic Festival will be held at Chyan – August 12th- 16th 2021

  • Satellites of Love Ecstatic Dance
  • Anairda & the Anarkistas
  • The Lost Cousins (acoustic folk & jazz)
  • Cherry Chung Willow Workshops
  • Juliette Bryant: Connecting To The Wisdom Of Plants And Medicinal Mushrooms For Health And Wellbeing 
  • Circus Workshops with Mr Be
  • Foraging Workshops with Jon Dale
  • Yoga and Cooking – nourish your body, mind spirit, with Melanie Hubbard
  • Talks & Forest walks withAddy Fern from Plants for a Future
  • Performace workshops with Nadya
  • Healing area with spa, sauna & pool
  • Inner Voice – Native American flute & acoustic guitar
  • Roller Disco – bring your own skates
  • Tim Bliss – Singer/ Songwriter
  • Dark Station – acoustic
  • Vegan Organic Restuarant
  • Cooking demos
  • Make plant cheeses
  • Make your own charcoal and draw
  • Daily Yoga


Summer is on its way! Our Cornwall Circus and Performing Arts Camp 2021 will be held between 18th August and 30th August 2021 at Chyan Cultural Centre.

We are excited to share with you that we have local and touring artists joining us this year, so after a day of circus skills, vocal classes, dance workshops, yoga, you can sit back and enjoy the entertainment.

Campers can enjoy our solar showers, vegan cafe, spa, sauna, hot tub and pool too.

You can book for either 18th – 22nd August or 26th – 30th August 2021 (or both if you are keen!

Email us: for more information and a booking form.

We look forward to seeng you!

Satellites of Love – Ecstatic Dance -29th May


SATELLITES OF LOVE is an invitation to reconnect with our hearts, and to beam our love back to mama earth and to each other through our dance.

Ecstatic Dance with wireless headphones outside in nature

MAY 29 2021 6.30pm to 9pm dance CHYAN SHAMAN FIELD …….TR10 9BT.

Tickets: £10

Book Here:…/satellites-of-love-ecstatic-dance…/

There may be some on the door but tickets go fast.

Easter at Chyan

This Easter we have a range of safe, social distanced, outdoor activities for families to enjoy:


– A fun fitness circuit for all outside with 10 challenges separated by space and 10minute intervals.

There are 10 x bubble spaces at £10 each -max 5 participants in each bubble Great for a family or friend bubble

From hula hoop to trapeze! Have a go – no experience necessary…

11am -1pm on April 4th / 8th / 9th / 10th /11th

Booking essential –


Bring your own roller skates/blades – we will be skating in the dome

2pm -3.30pm 8th / 9th / 16th April 5

£5 a person

Booking essential –


Sessions include Yoga / Circus for all / Aerial movement ( trapeze /hoop/silks) / forest school.

All outdoors in nature with safe distancing and fresh air.

11am -3pm on April 17 /18th- includes vegan lunch outside round the fire

Cost £10 waged / £6 unwaged /student / oap / £20 family of 3

Booking Essential:

Cornish Hedge Free Skill Workshop

Come and learn how to make a craft grade traditional Cornish Hedge with Mat from Cornwall Hedge at Chyan –

Bring heavy hammer and gloves if possible – we will have some too.

FREE SKILL session at Chyan Community Field entrance –

Friday 26th March

10am-4pm – 6 spaces – email to book

The typical Cornish hedge is a stone-faced earth hedgebank with bushes or trees growing along the top. It is called a “hedge”, never a “hedgerow” or “wall”. Our hedges may be of bare stone encrusted with lichens and mosses, or disappear under luxuriant greenery. Between these extremes are many variations, depending on the type of stone used, the local climate and the style of farming. Hedges are our largest semi-natural wildlife resource and our most prominent landscape feature. Their history is preserved in their structure.

In Cornwall there are still about 30,000 miles of hedges, and over three-quarters of these are anciently established. The earliest Cornish hedges enclosed land for cereal crops during the Neolithic Age (4000-6000 years ago). Prehistoric farms were about 5-10 hectares, with fields about 0.1 ha for hand cultivation. Many hedges date from the Bronze and Iron Ages, 2000-4000 years ago, when Cornwall’s traditional pattern of landscape became widely established. Other hedges were built during Mediæval field rationalisations; more originated in the tin-and-copper industrial boom of the 18th and 19th centuries, when many of the heaths and uplands were re-enclosed. Hedges from all these times are still very visible in the landscape and in normal use.

More on Cornish Hedges here: 

Circo Fit

An exciting fitness and well being course outdoors at distance at Chyan.

We have a distanced training session on Sunday from 11.00 – 1.00pm for 10 slots – costing £10 each slot or participant bubble ( up to 5 participants per slot) – suggested family or friends bubbles plus one.

Can be a family with another family for example or a family plus a friend. You can share a training bubble with a friend.

The course involves instructions and 10 stations.

Activities rotate every 10 minutes so that participant bubbles are separated by time and space.

Participant bubbles are all given a starting station.The course is signposted and their are refreshments available at the fire.

All equipment is sanitised and there are professional tutors circulating at distance :

Pyramid Building
Tight wire walking
Stilt walking
Hula Hooping
Trapeze/ aerial hoop workout
Plate spinning
Forest school activity at the fire with refreshments and snacks

CIRCO FIT must be pre-booked and Covid forms must be completed for each session by participants

BOOK at or email 

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Course Open to All

Mindfulness is developed by purposefully paying attention in a non-judgmental way to your experience of your body, your mind and the world around you. Mindfulness is about being awake and aware and living in the present, rather than dwelling in the past or anticipating the future.

Staying in touch with the present in this way, from one moment to the next, may lead you to experience yourself differently, perhaps feeling less stuck, or recognising more strength, balance and confidence in yourself. 

Most people completing the programme report lasting physical and psychological benefits including:

  • Greater self-confidence and more acceptance of life as it is.
  • An increased ability to cope effectively with both short and long-term stressful situations.
  • An increased ability to relax and experience calm.
  • More energy, enthusiasm and appreciation for life.

There will be a taster session for this course on Sunday 3rd January 2-330pm at Chyan Farm. 

This course is funded by the Emergence Foundation

Participants for the 8 week course will be asked to complete an application form and a pre course interview. It is essential that participants commit to the whole 8 weeks.

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Course – open to all – January 2021

Sunday afternoon 2-4pm

Sky Barn, Chyan Farm, Penryn, TR10 9BT

Jan 10, 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7, 21, 28, March 7

Optional Day retreat Saturday February 27th 10-4pm

Dr Stephanie Jackson is a GP and Training Programme Director for Health Education England. She has a MSc in Mindfulness Based Approaches and has been offering mindfulness courses for 7 years to healthcare professionals and in the community. She is a trustee for Chyan Community Field.
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