Looking for a simple way to switch off from the busy week and get back in tune with yourself?
A sound bath can help you quiet your mind and allow your body’s rhythms to slow down, encouraging a sense of relaxation and peace.
Join me for a calming sound bath with crystal singing bowls, vocal toning and overtoning – a technique that produces a second note accompanying the voice which is said to evoke a closeness with spirit.
Please bring a yoga mat or other padding to lie on, a blanket and a cushion or two – anything that will make you extra comfortable. You may like to bring an eye mask to further mute your visual senses in order to go deeper into listening.
Please note that for my diploma coursework I need to take a photo of the sound bath whilst it’s in session. You’re welcome to be out of shot if you’re not comfortable with this – I will ask for consent at the beginning.
7-8pm Friday 28th February at Time for You Therapy Centre, Willow Street, Oswestry.
To book your place please email email@example.com
Looking forward to sharing soothing sound vibrations with you,
‘Even thus last night, and two nights more I lay,
And could not win thee, Sleep! by any stealth:
So do not let me wear to-night away’ William Wordsworth
This Workshop has been designed to help you sleep well using a combination of sleep science and mindfulness. It will consist of some examples and poems of how not to sleep. ‘The science.’ Then some guidance on sleeping better. Warning – this may involve making some radical changes to your routine.
As well as the vitally important sleep structure, the Workshop will teach you some physical mindfulness techniques to still the mind, a meditation to improve your sense of well-being and being okay whether you sleep or not, and finally, a practice to engage with hypnogogic/dream imagery that can help bring you into the vicinity of sleep and dreams.
There will be handouts and a worksheet to help you take any changes forward – unfortunately, we don’t have the time to let you actually sleep during the Workshop!
Jñānakumāra was ordained into the Triratna Buddhist Order in 1997 following 3 years of training and retreats. Since this time, he has taught mindfulness and meditation approaches to people with chronic pain, chronic fatigue, cancer and addiction problems. He is a Highly Specialist Physiotherapist in the field of chronic pain and has been responsible for incorporating mindfulness and meditation into two NHS Pain Management Programmes.
Jñānakumāra wrote the Pain Management Programme Handbook that is in use for numerous NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups across England – as well as providing training to the teams to introduce them to the mindfulness aspects of this pain programme. Jñānakumāra has recently developed a Sleep Programme which will hopefully bring benefit to numerous sleep deprived NHS patients across the country.
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The workshop is £20 and includes refreshments.
(Please note there is a flight of stairs to our workshop space.)
On the weekend of March 28th-29 the American Civil War society (ACWS) will be holding this years training event at Whittington Castle in Shropshire come along and see the infantry,cavalry (subject to availability) and Artillery being put through their drill, wander through the authentic living history encampments of the Union and Confederate forces listen for the crackle of muskets as you are taken back to 1861-1865 American Civil War.
2 Day Event at Whittington Castle. T
The Woodvilles are a living history and battle re-enactment group covering the “Wars of the Roses” period
Founded in the early nineties the group draws members from all over the United Kingdom. The group has gone from strength to strength in recent years, becoming increasingly more ‘authentic’ and gaining many more members. try to not only present “living history” and combat displays but also to have an abundance of background information, so they may explain to the public what it was really like living in the fifteenth century.They are supported at this event by members of several other Households of the Wars of the Roses Federation. They hope you enjoy theirs and the other displays
See and Hear is free and open to everyone to try out equipment and learn more about the support on offer to help improve the quality of life for those with sensory impairment, such as hearing or sight loss.
It’s a great opportunity for peer support, networking, gaining knowledge and sharing information with others and is important to all.
We aim to promote avoidable sight and hearing loss, increase awareness of the issues people with sensory impairment face in their daily lives, and to enable those living with sensory impairment to discover more about the technology and support available to help them.
The exhibition will showcase a great many national and local companies, charities and services available to you.
Find out more by visiting: www.shropshire.gov.uk/see-and-hear
Clwyd Veteran and Vintage Machinery Society Ltd are pleased to announce that THE ANNUAL VINTAGE VEHICLE AND MACHINERY RALLY AND CRAFT SHOW will once again take place on SATURDAY 14th and SUNDAY 15th JUNE 2020 at the Oswestry Showground, Oswestry, Shropshire SY11 4TB.
Sections including Steam Engines; Vintage Commercial Vehicles, Fire Engines, Buses and Campervans; Stationary Engines; Horses; Vintage Tractors and Horticultural machinery; Vintage Caravans; Outdoor Displays and Collections; Organs; Classic, Vintage and Veteran Cars; Vintage Pedal Cycles, Vintage Motor Cycles. Spectators will be able to see many of these vehicles in motion in the Ring. There is also a Model Hall, Craft Hall, Trade and Auto Jumble Stands.
Lace War will present a living history displays, British Government and Jacobite/French, giving displays of 18th century Army Drill and daily life.
Show and tell display – the Army of Bonnie Prince Charlie, their clothing, equipment, weapons and methods of fighting, including firing display with commentary.
Show and tell display – the Army of George 11, their uniforms, equipment, weapons and methods of fighting including firing display with commentary.
Skirmish display with commentary.
A light hearted look at life in a small rural town in the 1940s. As you walk around the town, you will be captivated by Re-Enactors and Entertainers in period costume, vintage vehicle displays, trade stands, music and dancing; all with a 1940’s theme. There will also be special activities for children.