"Good food purifies and strengthens the body, gives energy, and promotes health, clear thinking and life." Sri Upanishads. Everyday we strive to have the better lives, be happier, have more energy to do things, and increase our productivity. In this workshop, we will talk about healing foods and herbs, how to balance our doshas (vata, pitta & kapha) and how ayurveda can help us to improve way we feel physically & emotionally and spiritually. An interactive workshop with practical examples. Come and experience the joy of playing drums with the inspirational Sarah Westwood of PrimalSound. You will get expert tuition - and lots of laughs. Drumming is accessible, loud and extremely uplifting. You will learn traditional West African rhythms on Djembe hand drums and Dundun bass drums, building up the elements to create an exhilarating piece of music. If you joined us in February, you will learn new rhythms. No experience necessary. Come and relax with us on a Friday night, for most of you - at the end of your working week. Lay down, snuggled in blankets (and whatever you need to make yourself comfortable) and be immersed in a melange of sounds including gongs, singing bowls, drums and light percussion. Let this sound take you on a deep inner relaxing journey. Hopefully at the end of the hour, you will feel blissed out ready for a good sleep. Please join us for the third Didgeridoo sound bath, performed by Ralph and Liz Brown from Still Waters. The earthly drone of the Didgeridoo has a grounding and soothing quality and will be gently accompanied by acoustic guitar and drums. There is nothing to do except lay down and receive the sound, guiding you into a state of relaxation. A perfect way to wind down towards the end of the week. I am so delighted to be able to host this event on a subject that is very close to my heart. Jayne Power who will be leading this talk is the Group Facilitator of Red Tent Worcestershire and has been teaching about Menstruality Consciousness from her learning with leading International teachers and authors: Miranda Gray; Alexandra Pope; Jane Bennett; Uma Dinsmore-Tuli; Jane Hardwicke Collings and all the wonderful women in circle. We enjoyed many lovely sound evenings together in 2018 and my intention is to keep that energy going. Come and experience the joy of playing drums with the inspirational Sarah Westwood of PrimalSound. You will get expert tuition - and lots of laughs. Kirtan Yoga comes from the Bhatki yoga tradition - yoga of devotion rather than a physical posture practice Stress is said to be the disease of the 21st century. Feeling this way has almost become a way of life, so much so, we don't pay much attention to it. I am delighted to announce the next offering in our monthly sound programme of 2018. I hope you can join us. Everyone is most welcome.