What a really special day @Commonwork in the sunshine with Simon Low! And so good to meet up with several of the Santillan bunch plus other lovely friends made through yoga.
A yoga class with Eija and meditation session in the teepee set in the glorious vegetable garden (with cockerel crowing to remind us to be mindful!) topped and tailed the day, wonderfully fragrant and spicy Indian street food – samosa chat – for lunch, and I finally found my singing bowl, or rather it found me….
The whole day made me even more happy that I’ve signed up to start 2- year teacher training with Simon next April. It’s time to deepen my practice after 15 years of yoga, and it seems the perfect way to move on. Watch this space to see how I get on….
On Saturday August 1, the YC team travelled down to Kent for the annual Yoga Garden Party at Commonwork Farm. The weekend benefits The Hope Foundation, dedicated to the protection of street and slum children in Kolkata, of which Simon Low is a patron.
Commonwork Farm is a 500 acre organic farmland in Sevenoaks, Kent, complete with beautiful lofts, barns and gardens – the perfect setting for a yoga garden party!
Mary Gwynn and Lucy met on Simon Low’s yoga retreat in Santillán. Mary is author of several books including The Busy Mum’s Cookbook – a wonderful, practical cookbook full of healthy meals for busy mums, dads, and everyone in between.
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