Immersion Workshop, Ceremonies, Rituals and Qi Gong

Immersion Workshops – Inner Healing Journey

We are all on the path … exactly where we need to be. This immersion workshop is a journey into your  wholeness. It is finding your one path using symbolism, ritual, imagery and movement by a meditative walk to your own centre and back again out into the world. The symbolism creates a sacred space and place that takes us out of our ego to “that which is within”.

“Your life is a sacred journey. And it is about change, growth, discovery, movement, transformation and continuously expanding your vision of what is possible. Stretching your soul, learning to see clearly and deeply, listening to your intuition, taking courageous challenges at every step along the way. From here you can go forward, shaping your life story into a magnificent tale of triumph, of healing, of courage, of beauty, of wisdom, of power, of dignity, and of love.“ Caroline Adams.

This is open to therapists and clients.

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Qi Gong

As Qi gong increases the supply and flow of energy throughout the body, it can have many benefits. It is known to harmonize and enhance the bodily systems— leaving you feeling refreshed, revitalized, stronger, and more centered. Practicing qigong may improve fitness, reduce anxiety and depression, lower blood pressure, relieve chronic pain, strengthen the immune and respiratory systems, and improve overall well-being.

Qi Gong helps your mind and body align as one, feeling balanced and harmonious.

How? Slowing your movements forces you to be present and listen to your body. When you slow your movements, you slow your breathing—which in turn slows your thoughts. Because your breath influences the state of your nervous system, slowing your breath can automatically help to calm your brain and slow your brain waves to match.

During Qi Gong, your brain waves enter what is known as an alpha state. This state allows you to meditate and experience:

• Stress relief
• Connection
• And more

 3 Major Components of Qi Gong

Qi Gong routines can be of different lengths, intensity levels, or styles, but they all incorporate these three major components.


Regulating the mind through Qi Gong takes mental focus. But instead of working hard to control your thoughts, you achieve this state by syncing your brain with your slow breath and movements, achieving a state of quiet and tranquillity.

Much of the success of your qigong practice depends on the levels of quietness and peace you can achieve.


Qi Gong changes the…

• Depth
• Frequency; and
• Rhythm
…of your breath.

Often, when we are awake we don’t pay enough attention to our breathing and tend to take shallow, quick breaths as we move throughout our days. We may even hold our breath sometimes! Taking slower, deeper breaths as we tend to do in our sleep can not only help improve our body’s physical functions but can also lead us into a meditative state.


While you practice Qi Gong, your aim should be to combine the slowing of your mind and breath with equally slow movements of the body. When you adjust the body to its correct postures, you allow your body to direct the qi flow.

The 5 Elements and Organs
5 week course in 2024 covering the 5 elements and organs. This course will help you build your own nourishing personal practice. Suitable for all abilities. Dates and costs to be advised.
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Healing Circle Ceremonies and Rituals
Further information to be added in 2024.
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