A Journey Through the Forest

A Journey Through the Forest

with Lucinda Pimlott

Meditation and Supper Evening

 

There are times when we may feel we are lost in life, unsure of our way, doubting ourselves and our ability to see a clear path that will lead us out of our difficulties. Ancient spiritual teachings draw on the symbolism of the forest to guide us through such times of challenge. Dante begins his famous work, ‘The Inferno’, with this line:
“Midway upon the journey of our life I found myself within a forest dark, for the straightforward pathway had been lost”
Daunting as it may seem, finding ourselves in such a predicament is an opportunity for transformation, and indeed we see how Dante, only after facing his fears, finds his way out of the dark forest and back into the light in a kind of awakening.
In this session we will contemplate the symbolism of the forest in the context of spiritual teachings and explore tools for navigating our way through the difficult territory of our inner world. The evening will include dharma talk (teachings) and guided meditation practice, followed by a delicious supper.

About your Teacher

 

Lucinda was initiated into the practice of Vipassana meditation 18 years ago at the Dhamma Dipa Centre with Goenkaji. Since then, she has had the good fortune of practising under the auspices of Thich Nhat Hanh and with Insight Meditation Teachers at Gaia House in Devon.

Apart from teaching at Lime House Yoga, she runs her own yoga business – Yoga in Penryn, teaching weekly classes in Falmouth and Penryn as well as weekend workshops. She also teaches yoga therapy and pregnancy yoga and she is a regular teacher at the annual Surya Yoga Camp.

Her formal training to become an Anusara Inspired Teacher included intensive study with Bridget Woods Kramer, Carlos Pomeda, Sianna Sherman and Beth Shay. She has been teaching for 11 years and in order to deepen her knowledge and continually find new ways to bring the benefits of yoga to her students, she regularly trains in yoga and meditation. With a background in dance, teaching and natural healthcare, Lucinda is also a Registered Bach Flower Practitioner.

 

Suitable for all levels.

 

If you have any questions please contact us on 01872 572620 or email info@limehouseyoga.com

 

* Do let us know if you have any dietary requirements, we cater for everything.

Date: 1st February 2019

Time: 6:30 – 8pm

Price: £24 includes a light supper



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