No need to be experienced in either writing or singing - you will be guided in an expert and relaxed manner to connect with your creativity, whatever your previous experience.
Drawing inspiration from the rich spiritual tradition of India and the wild and magical landscape and Celtic tradition of Scotland, we will follow the pathways of writing and singing to attune with Nature through the five elements; earth, water, fire, air, and space.
The workshop takes place during the Solstice period of longest days and shortest nights. It is also the festival of Ashada Amavasya, the dark moon, a day dedicated to the deity of the 5 elements and for new beginnings.
Mary Angelon Young is a writer, teacher, and Baul sadhika on the spiritual path for thirty years in the lineage of Baul Keepa Lee Lozowick and his master, Yogi Ramsuratkumar. A former psychotherapist in the field of Jungian psychology, she has published eight books and regularly conducts workshops on writing, myth, and dream yoga.
Suekali is a passionate singing workshop leader enabling everyone to sing from the heart. With over 40 years experience, she trained in western classical music, then Indian raga, and First Nature body and breath work. She offers a unique blend of east and west traditions, and in recent years is particularly inspired by singing connected with the stunning wild environment of her home in the heart of Argyll, Scotland. More information at her WEBSITE.
Friday 23rd: 7pm - 10 pm Introductory session
Saturday 24th: 10am - 1pm, then afternoon /evening session flexible timing.
Sunday 25th: 10am -1pm, then afternoon/ evening session flexible timing.
Monday 26th: 9.30am - 12.30am. Final session, lunch then departure.
Workshop Fees (3 days): £180 includes snacks and lunch.
Evening meal: £10
Partial attendance: Friday evening, Saturday or Sunday morning, £35 per session. For attendance on Monday morning, prior attendance on Saturday or Sunday is preferable.
Bed and breakfast: £20-35 per night. Camping £15 per night. We have a range of accommodation available on a first come, first served basis, including a self catering cottage for longer stays. Contact us for details on available accomodation.
Travel and Directions: 'Comraich' is a Natural Sanctuary in the stunning landscape of mid-Argyll, on the west coast of Scotland. We are 2 hours drive from Glasgow International Airport where you can hire a car. We are about 50 minutes south of the town of Oban. Cheap flights (Ryanair, Easyjet, Flybe) are available from London, South West, Manchester, plus many European destinations such as Paris. You can also fly to Edinburgh Airport. From both Glasgow and Edinburgh, you can connect with a Citylink bus to Lochgilphead (destination Cambeltown) which follows a totally stunning route along the sides of Loch Lomond and Loch Fyne. If you need to stop overnight to connect with flights, the Eurohostel provides cheap accommodation in both cities, and Travelodge offers accommodation next to the airport. Contact Suekali for more information and support on travel plans.