Upcoming Events

  • A Magical Labyrinth Walk at Dusk
    Sat, 31 Oct
    The Quiet View
    31 Oct 2020, 16:30 – 18:30
    The Quiet View, 146 The St, Kingston, Canterbury CT4 6JQ, UK
    We’ll walk in solidarity with the world in crisis remembering the souls we have loved who live in the light of heaven and the saints who have nourished our lives.
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Tuesday 9th November 7pm - 8.45pm

Spirit dance is a shamanic journey which leads to free flow movement whilst journeying with the drum beat moving into dance. It is a safe sacred space to listen to the inner voice, feel into the heart, ask for healing, guidance and express our own truth through self expression bringing it to light so we can see it more clearly, celebrate our uniqueness.

The beat of the drum creates a monotonous tone which slows down the brain waves bringing the brain into a theta state, this is where we can access other realms and meet our spirit guides. 

The session includes a sharing circle – shamanic journey – gentle yoga stretches – free flow dance – guided relaxation and earth oracle cards. Wear loose comfortable clothing according to weather n the day, bring a blanket and something to lie on and a bottle of water. 

Percussion welcome – rattles – tambourines, looking forward to welcoming you in circle. ESSENTIAL TO BOOK WITH NATASHA



A Ceremony to honour the Winter Solstice and Christmas

Saturday 18th December 2021 3.30pm - 5pm

We meet in the yurt and begin the  ritual of letting go of what has been dark in our lives this year and to take up the hope that the Light of the Sun and the Birth of the Cosmic Christ brings, ending with a candlit labyrinth walk. There’ll be an opportunity to take a log and burn in it in the campfire as a sign of our 2021 sadnesses being cconsumed in the fire of Divine Love  and we conclude with a hot drink and a mince pie. £5 suggested donation. Essential to book

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Release and Receive 
Sunday 9th January 2022
with Bernie Barry and Lizzie Hopthrow
10.30 - 3.30

A day for calming the soul and inspiring the heart with gentle yoga and walking the labyrinth. Bernie will open the day with a session of yoga to settle us and open our hearts. Following an introduction to the labyrinth by Lizzie we'll walk the labyrinth to release any sadness, grief or fear we carry within us to receive healing and inspiration. To conclude the day Bernie will lead a relaxing, restorative yoga session followed by a Yoga  Nidra relaxation .Refreshments will be available throughout the day. Please bring a packed lunch. Spaces are limited so please book soon £45  Deposit of £20 reserves a place  lizziehopthrow@gmail.com 

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A Magical Labyrinth Walk at Dusk

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Saturday 31st October

We’ll walk in solidarity with the world in crisis remembering the souls we have loved who live in the light of heaven and the saints who have nourished our lives.
We gather in the Shelter at 4.30pm  and finish at 6.30pm 
Suggested donation £5
Due to Covid restrictions it is essential to book

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We hope Melinda and Helen will return in Spring 2022!


Melinda, a Kent poet and singer has read at Kent poetry clubs and festivals including Faversham Literary Festival and was poet in residence at Faversham’s Apotheca.  With ‘The Larkbirds’ she has performed in a wide variety of local settings and as an actor Melinda performed in theatre and many BBC Radio plays.

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Lammas Sacred Earth Chants with Naomy Raven

Sunday 8th August 2pm - 5pm

Celebrating the harvest, the bounty we are blessed with from the Earth herself and that which we have cultivated and tended in our lives and has now come to fruition. 

Counting our Blessings and honouring the Earth and our connection to her with songs and chants; sending healing out with our voices, reconnecting us to deeper parts of ourselves and All Our Relations.

An afternoon session of joyful songs and chants with a break for for tea and healthy snacks.

The songs are simple, yet powerful, especially when sung as a group. No experience necessary. 

Suitable for beginners and those with more experience might enjoy adding harmony parts. We will also try some simple rounds. 

We will start with simple warmups for breath, body and voice.

There may be some opportunity to add drums too for some of the songs, so if you have one you are invited to bring it to add to the healing energy. 

We shall sing some of our familiar chants and some celebrating Lammas.

The songs are very meditative and usually felt as nurturing, joyful, uplifting and connective.

Small connective, nurturing group £22