Join us and experience a unique and powerful Full Moon meditation workshop in the spectacular landscape at Hitchin Lavender.
Clear and prepare your mind, will and intent, with an energising full moon meditation workshop on the full moon. Exploring how the full moon can be utilised to initiate powerful change. This workshop will enable you to relax, de-stress, embrace positivity and focus your will and intent for the coming month.
You will work with John Harrigan, Founder of FoolishPeople.org. John has extensive experience facilitating art and wellbeing workshops, including at Royal College of Art, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Wilderness Festival, Central School of Drama, Harmony Hitchin, David’s Book Store and the BBC amongst others.
This workshop takes place outside at dusk, before the Full Moon rises to ensure we are Covid-19 secure and adhere to venue guidelines. We ask that attendees ensure they are not exhibiting any symptoms before booking. We will be following socially distanced government guidelines and the class number is limited.
“I found Meditation at the lavender fields an enlightening experience but also under the moon it was like nothing I’ve ever experienced before. It was like a gravitational pull from the moment I entered the field, I felt anchored. The calmness I felt throughout the meditation was unlike anything I’ve ever felt before. WithIn the silence I found real strength and guidance. Empowering me through to my core. Guiding me to my truth. Thank you John.” – Amanda Berry
“Wow! Just wow! Spent an amazing evening doing one of John Harrigan’s Full Moon Meditation Workshops. Beyond what I expected…. out of doors in a beautiful setting, empowering, freeing and now, lots to absorb. If you get a chance, I would highly recommend going. Oh, and it didn’t matter that you couldn’t see the moon tonight – you could feel the energy still. P.S. If you don’t fancy meditating amongst the elements or if it is chucking it down with rain, there are indoor spaces there too.” – Keeley Sparrow
Please bring a yoga mat, a blanket, something warm to wear and a torch.