Our non-profit model means we run retreats and workshops for paying customers, and then use our profits to fund free of charge yoga for charities and vulnerable groups.
The effects of yoga can be transformative, especially for people experiencing anxiety, trauma, depression or illness. Our purpose is therefore to offer yoga to vulnerable groups who will really benefit from it, but may not otherwise be able to access it.
2023 at Lovebrook
Nature Connection & Wellbeing Days
We design specific full or half days appropriate to the needs of the group or organisation. These generally include some elements of facilitated group work, nature connection activity, country walk, lunch, yoga, movement, mediation or relaxation. They are delivered as a one-off, or as a run of sessions.
Lovebrook is a member of the Green Wellbeing Alliance.
We invite self referrals, and referrals via the NHS social prescribing team, or community organisations, to join us for gentle therapeutic sessions on the land. Facilitated by a qualified group worker, we hold a safe and confidential space where participants can enjoy time in nature, tea and chats, gentle tasks in the garden, and a shared lunch prepared with our own produce. These sessions are particularly beneficial for those who may be experiencing anxiety, depression, social isolation, emotional health challenges, or are in recovery from chronic illness.
If you have any queries about any of our outreach work, would like to refer someone who could benefit, or maybe want to chat about bringing yoga to your organisation, then please get in touch.
"Our paying clients know that their money is directly helping someone else to benefit from the nourishing practice of yoga."
Previous organisations we have worked with on 'free of charge' yoga and outreach projects:
Macmillan, Brighton Yoga Foundation, Rise, Oasis Project, Survivors Network.
Can't begin to explain how healing and helpful your yoga classes have been. Thank you for this invaluable service which has brought so much relief.Rise guest