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Walking Meditations and Transformational Breath® around Glastonbury

Julie Ann Horrox
BA69JU St. Johns Old Clinic/St. Johns Square, Glastonbury BA6 9LJ

Book - £95

Deeply connect to your divinity by practicing Shinrin Yoko and nature therapy by slowing down walking, breathing, and finding stillness in the Sacred Landscape of Avalon.

Discover how to get really intimate with your own breath and discover the gifts and wisdom of being still and fully immersed in the immense beauty of nature.

Gift yourself with the power of Breathwork in this stunning sacred lanscape, if the weather is good we shall have our Transformational Breath® Sessions outdoors too.

Two day-long workshops can be booked together along with a stay for the weekend at Pilgrims or Apple Fairy B&B.

We shall be walking some of the original Ceremonial routes of our ancient ancestors in the ancient vale of Avalon. 

BREATHING in NATURE a Transformational Breath® Weekend Retreat in Glastonbury Somerset, also known as The Ancient Isle of Avalon. We will be walking the sacred landscape weaving History and Mythology with Conscious Breathing, Walking Meditations and slowing right down into stillness with Nature therapy.

Julie Ann an avid walker from The Pennines in the North West of England, has been walking in nature as early as she can remember, spending most childhood weekends walking over the Wild moors, Forests and Dales of The Peak District National Park.  She spent much of her childhood outdoors under canvas or wild camping, tracking animals including red dear and wallabies,  through this constant interaction with wild nature; she developed a deep love and respect for her natural surroundings.

Most of Julie Anns family holidays were spent camping or caravanning in the breathtaking surroundings of The Derbyshire Dales, Cheshire, Staffordshire,  The Yorkshire Dales, Lake District, or the Llyn peninsular in Wales.

On this quiet and gentle weekend, Julie Ann will be sharing with you the deeper wisdom of two of our most precious gifts, the breath and nature.

Discover How to Empower & Enhance your life with Transformational Breath®

The breath is our connection to life, by making changes to the way we breathe it can have profound and lasting effects in all aspects of our life. Studies show that 90% of us are not breathing correctly, by breathing deeply we have all the oxygen we need for optimum health and detoxification.

Transformational Breath® is a loving and very powerful process of self-healing, where life changes become easy with the help of your own breath. By learning to open your breath, you can open up to MORE LIFE!

In a Transformational Breath® Session, we use The Breath, Bodywork, Sound, Presence, Coaching, Intention Setting, Invocation, Movement and Music to create profound life changes.

I shall be Facilitating a deeper connection to your inner landscape, your body, your and safety, by slowing down and connecting to the divinity of nature in the majestic beauty of this ancient Landscape.

You will learn how this works some of the latest research and many health benefits of spending time walking and meditating in nature. And be able to take these practices home with you to integrate them into your life when you return.

An Introduction to Transformational Breath® and Walking and Breathing in The Sacred Landscape of Avalon

  • Friday Evening Moon Walk Bushy Comb, Tor, and The Magical Eggstone.
  • Saturday we will visit Gog & Magog with stunning views of The Tor.  
  • Sunday  The levels, St Brides Mound, The River Brue, and The Holy Thorn.

Friday 6.30 pm Strawberry moonwalk, breathwork meditation.

Starting with a brief introduction to Transformational Breath® and nature therapy, followed by a moon ritual of letting go as the moon wanes. We will also visit the Egg-stone of manifestation and said to the entrance to the underworld, we will be stopping here and other places en route for nature therapy time to share whatever is present, dropping deeper into our body and emotions and practicing walking meditation, sharing how we feel.

Ending on the Tor after dark  9.30 or 10 pm 

Saturday 9.30 am: Receiving our natural Abundance 

9.30 am -12.30 pm Intro to Transformational Breath® with a full breath session

12.30 – Lunch break…. Bring food to share possibly picnic weather depending x

1.30 pm – Sat Afternoon, an introduction to nature therapy and Shin rin Yoko, the Japanese art of forest bathing, followed by guided walking meditation, slow and easy with time to stop and share how we are feeling and if we received messages of wisdom from nature.

Visiting the ancient Trees of Gog & Magog following the original Ceremonial route up The Tor. These are the last two remaining trees of the original ceremonial route up the rest were destroyed in 1906 to make way for a farm.

Sunday 9.30 am Intention Setting and Connection to our Higher-self

9.30 am Intention setting, morning meditation and therapeutic group sharing, and a full breath session.

12 am – Followed by a longer walk across open meadows to the River Brue and St Brides Mound. This is is one of the less frequented sacred places in Glastonbury, which takes its name from Bride (pronounced Breed), Brigit and Brighde (pronounced Bree-dah), the Triple Goddess of the Celts. `Bride was one of the most widely worshipped Goddesses in Celtic Britain and is known as the Guardian of Wells and Springs. Furthermore, She has an affinity with Fire and is entitled Keeper of the Flame and Goddess of Fire.

1 pm, Bring a packed lunch and we will eat en- route.

2 pm  We shall follow the winding river through pasture and meadows, which will eventually bring us to Wearyall Hill & The site of the Original Holy Thorn, this thorn tree was said to have blossomed from the staff of Joseph of Arimathea whom legend says came to Glastonbury after the crucifixion of Christ.

Glastonbury was once an inland isle, surrounded by water and only connected to the mainland by a narrow strip of land, which we shall cross on this trip. Visitors to the Isle could sail up the tidal river Brue and legend tells us that on arrival, Joseph planted his staff which took root and blossomed into the now world-famous Glastonbury Thorn.

Then we will return to Sunflower healing for Coaching and sharing a 100 breaths to Joy breath session to integrate whatever has come up in the day before the day is over.

Costs:

Breathing in Nature Evening Moon Walk £25.00

Each day is £95 and includes One full Transformational Breath® Session and Nature Therapy or both days is £180. all weekend is £225.

Some of the ways this work can help you…

Feel lighter and brighter

Have more energy and vitality

Improve physical health

Greater emotional wellbeing

Improved Sleep

Faster recovery from medical treatment

Better physical Performance

Release blocked emotions

Reduce Stress and anxiety

Overcome limiting beliefs

Greater mental focus and clarity

Increase Self-belief and confidence

Enhanced Creativity and Intuition

A deeper connection to Self and Nature

Integrate past hurts

Increase confidence and self-belief

Courage to live the life you choose

Greater self-awareness and personal responsibility

Manifest more Love, Joy, and Abundance than you dared to dream of.

We will learn how to breathe, connect to nature and receive messages and gifts from the natural elements trees, plants, elements, and animals. By slowing down and learning to be still in our surroundings. Thus tuning into ourselves and life on a deeper and more profound level than ever before.

Fall back in love with yourself, with life, and this beautiful planet that we call home.

Discover the science and art of Transformational Breath and Breathing in Nature xXx

Expect to walk up to 5 miles a day, receive a full immersion into the Glastonbury Landscape in the morning and a full Transformational Breath® session in the afternoon.

Bring a packed lunch and water bottle and wear layers of loose comfortable clothes and all-weather walking gear.

Food and accommodation are up to you, there are lots of choices in Glastonbury if you would like to stay over, I highly recommend Pilgrims B&B or Apple Fairy alternatively, both are on Norbins Road and less than 5mins walk from Sunflower healing.

Wear Robust walking boots (not trainers or shoes), preferably not wellies they tend to rub or get too sweaty and bring waterproofs if its raining x