Workshops and Retreats in Nature
In response to the lockdown we’ve been focusing on making The Land a more welcoming place for the local community to come and explore as part of their daily exercise. We’ve had lots of messages to say how much this has been appreciated!
For those in our wider community and further away geographically, we are looking at how to connect virtually as (unsurprisingly) our 2020 program of retreats will not be going ahead as planned.
Summer Solstice – 21 June
We are planning to hold a variation of our annual Dance to the Tree of Life ceremony on Sunday 21 June.
This will be designed and adapted to comply with Government guidelines at that time and will include the opportunity for virtual participation for anyone who would like to join us. There will also be a virtual medicine retreat in the two days preceding the ceremony. More details to follow!
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Workshops, seasonal celebrations and life-changing intensives in the Derbyshire countryside
Overlooking the Derwent Valley on the edge of the Peak District, our 8 acres of land are dedicated to supporting personal and spiritual growth.
The Land is a not for profit community of friends and fellow pilgrims. It is for anyone who loves the countryside and is open to different approaches to personal and spiritual development.
We draw from many traditions including earth wisdom, constellations, yoga, psychotherapy, psychodrama, druidism, music, dance and body-work. The medicine wheel is our focal point and our programs are focussed on nurturing our connection to our true nature in a way that enhances our lives.
The retreats we hold on The Land are underpinned
by the following 5 values
1. The Land
As a catalyst for growth in its own right.
The different teachings and practices that connect us to who we really are
3. Friendship, Family And Community
We are on this journey together to support one another in our individual & collective development.
This is an ongoing experiment in how to live on the land as lightly as possible and to learn new ways of living and working together which nurture the Earth.
We don’t take ourselves too seriously, there is always space for creativity and the light-heartedness of the little child within each of us.
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Little Eaton, Derbyshire, United Kingdom