Healing Weeds – Summer Fire Retreat

Healing weeds – summer fire retreat

Facilitated by Healing Weeds

What is the focus of this retreat?

On this retreat we will be celebrating the vibrant healing power of leaves and flowers. Our foraging walks will include looking for red clover, nettle, dandelion, plantain and yarrow in the wild as well as how to use these plants in foods and medicine. We will create skin healing balms and blood-nourishing tinctures, connecting to nature as we work.

Where is the retreat held?

We have exclusive access to Ty Mam Mawr, an off-grid retreat centre supplied by natural mountain spring water. Our eco-friendly home for the weekend is accessible by car and bus (from nearby Wrexham). We will be close to beautiful woodlands and surrounded by ancient sacred sites, such as Nant Croes Y Wernen stone circle with quartzite stones dating from c.2300 BC. Guests will have full access to all parts of the retreat centre, sleeping in one of the two hand-made yurts and sharing two bathrooms.

What will we be eating?

We offer fully catered, healthy and tasty vegetarian food for the duration of the weekend. All our meals will include edible or medicinal plants to introduce more ways of incorporating them into your life. We cater for all so if you have additional requirements, please let us know and we will be happy to accommodate you!

How much will it cost?

£210pp + Eventbrite booking fee
Full payment must be received by 1st April 2020 to secure a place.

We are offering a fantastic opportunity to stay an extra night as a guest at Ty Mam Mawr, after the retreat has ended. Please get in touch for more details on this option, check out for this would be 11am Monday 18th May 2020.

Website: healingweeds.co.uk/summer-retreat-2020

Facebook Event: facebook.com/events/512182699401700/

Imbolc Bhajans in the Roundhouse

Imbolc bhajans in the roundhouse

After the huge success and enjoyment of the Solstice bhajans we are very happy to be celebrating Imbolc in a similar way!

Imbolc – the returning of the light, the seeds are germinating and will now begin to sprout, both in nature and within ourselves.

This day is especially auspicious being the 2/2/2020.

Join us in this celebration of song and dance, food and laughter. Bring your musical instruments and food to share for the feast, bring your open heart and be prepared to have great fun.

Tickets are £5.

If you wish to stay overnight on Sunday it will be on a first come first served basis with limited capacity of 12 beds sleeping up to 15 people. A bed for the night in one of the yurts or the roundhouse will be £15.

Look forward to seeing you here soon!