With Rachel Walker and Claire Mace
At The Old Rectory, Llanfachraeth, Ynys Môn, LL65 4YA
Saturday 6th April 2019, 10am-5pm
Exploring core connection through approaches taken from bellydance and yoga, Rachel and Claire will take you on a journey into the centre of your being.
In the morning you will experience an active practice using a range of movements and techniques to awaken and connect to your core.
The afternoon will take a more meditative approach, using music, intention and free movement to guide you into an energetic sense of core awakening.
We will end with a long restorative yoga session to calm the nervous system and integrate the day’s explorations.
This workshop is open to both women and men and is limited to 12 participants. No prior experience of yoga or bellydance required.
- Your favourite stretchy clothes to do yoga and move in
- Some lunch to share
- A cushion or blanket to sit on
- A water bottle
- A yoga mat (if you have one)
Pricing for the day £50 (£40 earlybird if booked before 1st March). There are a limited number of concessionary places available, get in contact if this would be helpful to you.
Rachel Walker has been teaching Belly Dance in Northeast Wales since 2006. She began her belly dance journey in 2004 with a bellydance workshop at the Llangollen International Eisteddfod. What struck her the most was the teacher’s confidence and adoration for her own body, as well as the sensuality of belly dance that celebrated the female form. For Rachel, belly dance is not only an art form and fitness style it is a dance of healing.
Claire Mace is based on the island of Môn (Anglesey) in Northwest Wales. She is a shamanic practitioner, Forrest Yoga teacher, singer and storyteller. She teaches weekly yoga classes in Holyhead, Aberffraw and Llanfachraeth and also yoga workshops and retreats exploring deeper aspects of yoga and the human journey.