Alison Stoker- Interfaith Minister and Yoga Teacher
Weekly Open Yoga Classes...
Mondays 11-12noon Gentle Hatha Yoga at The Cow Shed Studio, Hammes Farm, Steyning. £10 drop in or the equivalent of £8 a class if you sign up for a half term. First class of 2018 is on Monday 8th January.
Fridays 1-2pm Gentle Hatha Yoga at The Chapel, High Street, Billingshurst. £10 drop in or the equivalent of £8 a class if you sign up for a half term. First class of 2018 is on Friday 12th January.
I'm a Yoga Teacher and Interfaith Minister based in West Sussex. I run regular classes, workshops and retreats and offer personalised ceremonies to couples and individuals of all faiths and none as they pass through the important milestones of life.
If you'd like to read about my Interfaith Ministry work please click here...Ceremonies
Or, read on for details of yoga and meditation classes and events...
Summer Solstice Celebration
Sedgwick Park House, Horsham
Thursday 21st June 2018 7.15-9pm
"I love how summer just wraps its arms around you like a warm blanket." Kellie Elmore
The solstice, sometimes called midsummer both ushers in the warmest season, and reminds us that the season is short, slipping away day by day.
Many cultures and traditions celebrate this day as the arrival of summer.
What does summer mean to you? A time to rest and reflect, a time to socialise and play, a time to be in nature or to travel? What are your personal intentions for this summer?
I invite you to join me for an evening of chanting to welcome in the summer season, a steady and energizing yoga practice and an opportunity to walk Sedgwick Park’s own Labyrinth (pictured to the right).
It's £18 to attend, please click below to secure your place.
Please note that if you have made your booking but are unable to make it I will refund you if I am able to fill your place.
Meditation Sessions at Sedgwick Park House
Thursday 7th June 7.15-8.30pm
‘Love knows no bodies, and reaches to everything created like itself. It’s total lack of limit is its meaning. It is completely impartial in its giving, encompassing only to preserve and keep complete what it would give.’
We live in a time where the word ‘Love’ is splashed over everything. But the love this quote from A Course In Miracles speaks of is an expansive and unconditional love.
Every situation and person calls for love, even if we don’t like it or them. When we’re out of alignment with that love we know it because we’re not peace.
The concept is simple but because of the world we live in it’s not (for most of us) automatic. And yet when we’re acting with love it serves our self-interest. Love attracts more love.
Our choosing a select number of people to demonstrate our love towards ignoring the rest of humanity limits our magnetism. In this session we’ll discuss the nature of expansive and all-encompassing love without attachment. We’ll meditate on cultivating love for all beings and removing the blocks to this.
To book please click the button below-
Future meditation evenings-
Wednesday 11th July 7.15-8.30pm