Embracing Second Spring
This workshop is led by Marian Rose, hosted by Marta
May 18-20, 2018, in South Brent, Devon
“What a wonderful way to welcome in the Spring. I really enjoyed the qi gong outside, and connecting with the spirit of the trees and the land.”
“My sexual energy has been flowing beautifully since the weekend, not only in my sex, but in my creativity, my spirit, and my joy in living. Thank you for a relaxing, energizing and beautifully supportive weekend. It was great to be in such a lovely all woman space.”
We’ll be celebrating the Spring time, and aligning with its burgeoning nature as we connect to the Earth and the fresh growth of this season.
Embracing Second Spring is about how to feel healthy, hormonally balanced and self-empowered in the years leading up to peri-menopause, through menopause, and beyond.
Despite conventional thinking, this time holds enormous and exciting potential for women. The sacred monthly Blood that used to be lost externally is now energetically focused within, offering the capacity for enhanced health, renewed creativity and even increased sensual pleasure. The Taoist tradition offers simple yet powerful practices to help us maximize the magic of this phase of our lives.
Marian Rose will be teaching Taoist breathing, visualization, and moving meditations, and working with the magical Jade Egg to gently nourish the Kidneys and Adrenal glands, Liver and Spleen.
This workshop is non-residential, but there are local places to stay.
Cost: £135.00 if you book by paying your deposit of £50 before May 1st. Late booking £150. Spaces are limited to 10 women, early booking is strongly advised. No place can be held without a a deposit, and deposits are non-returnable. Price includes lunch.
Marian Rose has been practising traditional acupuncture since 2006 using an integrated style combining traditional Chinese medicine with Five Element Acupuncture. In Thailand she completed the Sacred Feminine Treasures Teacher training with Shashi Solluna and Minke de Vos, including Taoist Tantric Arts. She has also trained with Mantak Chia (the founder of the Universal Healing Tao tradition). She teaches the Universal Healing Tao style of qi gong, and facilitates women’s circles, meditation groups, and Jade egg practices.
For more information on Marian’s work, please visit her website: click here.