January 9, 2015

Meditation, Movement, Osteopathy

Through this coming year at COTG we will be exploring the changes, which come about with the seasons, and how this affects our wellbeing.

As we move from Christmas and festive holidays, I always find myself feeling rather reflective, and the slowing down of winter does seem to drive one into contemplation and inner change.

The workshops we have coming up in the next 8 weeks support this and I hope you will find something to inspire and enjoy.

Workshop titles include:

  • Osteopathy for Babies
  • Confidence in Conflict – for teens and parents of teens – navigate the changes and challenges within and outwith!
  • Kick the Habit – with CBT
  • Pilates for Back Pain

You can find more information and book for any of these on our eventbrite page:


I particularly would like to highlight the Movement in Meditation Workshop.

Running on 21st February at Wolvercote Yoga Barn on Godstow Rd.

“Kum Nye provides tools to bring mind and body together into harmonious, balanced connection.  It helps us arrive at our natural state of being. “

Mary Heneghan is an acupucturist as well as Kum Nye teacher, and introduces us to simple movements and postures to connect to our ‘energetic body’ – that of sensations and feelings. Practice includes movement, breath and voice techniques, self-massage and visualization.

An hour and a half of Kum Nye (Meditation in Movement) is followed by a Chinese Tea Ceremony, led by James Thirlwall of Chayou teas – feast your senses and be amazed!

There are only twelve places, so book your spot today!

Osteopathy, Pilates
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