Get tickets for Shifting Outlooks: Yoga & EcologyWorkshops, Vegan Food & Talks
The Hoxton Shoreditch, London, Saturday 5 November 2016
Join Advaya Initiative for ‘Shifting Outlooks: Yoga and Ecology’ – a day of yoga and sound healing workshops with vegan food and talks by acclaimed speakers Rupert Sheldrake, Peter Owen Jones and Martin Shaw
Advaya Initiative is bringing together some of the most exciting writers, activists, healers and teachers in the UK for a full day of workshops including talks, music, vegan food, meditation and of course yoga. Through the day they will be exploring the ecological challenges we face and how we can shift our outlook to engage with lifestyles that place our individual, social and environmental well being at the centre of contemporary life.
Tickets available here
11:30 – Choice of Workshops: Yoga, Meditation & Pranayama or Sound Healing
13:00 – Vegan Lunch by Piccalilli Caff
14:30 – Talk 1: Rupert Sheldrake: Morphic Resonance, Rituals and The Memory of Nature
15:15 – Talk 2: Martin Shaw: Unlocking the Power of Myth
15:45 – Talk 3: Peter Owen Jones: Spiritual Ecology
16:15 – Q&A
16:30 – Event Ends / Drinks
Advaya Initiative create dynamic, multi-faceted events and materials designed to expand horizons and inspire one another to lead more sustainable, ethical and environmentally aware lifestyles. By fuelling a space for action, discussion and creativity, they provide momentum for positive developments in all areas of our lives.
Advaya’s activities are grounded in the belief that the health of the individual and that of the planet are two sides of the same coin. Their events therefore promote internal and external practices, and incorporate ways we can better our own lives, communities and natural environments through talks, yoga holistic practices, food, music and collective action.
Advaya Initiative was co-founded by Ruby and Christabel Reed, two environmental activist sisters and yogis from London. They attract a very young and dynamic audience and the organisation is slowly building its profile through day-long festivals in London as well as yoga/wellness retreats, workshops and supper clubs. They also host tents at festivals and have recently founded a magazine.