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Warm Winter Gathering

A Cosy Imbolc Celebration

Togetherness – Creativity – Nature Connection

With Bayari, Amiya, Alannah & Shyen

Thursday 1st February – Sunday 4th February

Join us for a weekend full of connection, as we gather together in community, for some warmth and replenishment to help us through the end of winter.

Still cold and dark, it’s such a precious time of year to get cosy, sit around the fire, share stories and warm drinks, and tune into where we’re at and what we need.

We’ll be offering lots of nourishing goodies, to stoke the fires of our hearts and creativity, and to tune in with the special land here at this time.

We’ll explore the cycles of nature, and themes of Imbolc through practices of; movement, alchemising rituals, earth magic, bushcraft, nature walks, writing, dance, silence, sharing circles, and space to rest and relax.

There’ll be opportunities to start integrating the lessons of winter and to continue nurturing and tending to the seeds and intentions that will start to blossom in the coming Spring.

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What is Imbolc?

Imbolc is a threshold point on the ‘Wheel of the Year’. It’s a traditional Celtic festival that celebrates this seasonal period – where the buzz of the festive season and New Year have quietened, but the promise of warm summer days is still far on the horizon.

Imbolc is a time of brewing and roughly translates to “in the belly”. In nature, this looks like the budding of snowdrops and wild garlic, the stirrings of new shoots, the first sprouting of the season, pregnant ewes, baby lambs and other whispers that Spring is on its way.

Traditionally around this time, families and communities would come together to light bonfires and candles, sit by the fire, sing, dance and support each other through the wet and cold.

During this Warm Winter Gathering, we’ll revive some of these practices and underlying energies. We’ll explore what Imbolc looks like in our own lives today, within our inner terrains and outer worlds.

The themes of this Celebration are:




Nature Connection

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What to expect:

Community connection

Music and sound healing

Creativity and craft sessions

Cosy hang-out space

Dance and embodied movement

Alchemical rituals


Journaling and writing practices

Sharing circles

Delicious and nourishing vegetarian/vegan meals and treats

Saunas and cold plunge bath

Sacred Fire

Nurturing and replenishing Self-care

Nature walks and receiving wisdom of the land


Announcing a very special guest…


Tarisha will be joining the Imbolc Celebration on the Saturday evening to offer her most recent creative endeavour

‘Call of the Wild’

A sharing of music, images, and land song from her solo adventure to Scotland in 2023

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Bayari is a sensual alchemist who transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary.
She loves to hold space for creativity, healing and connecting the sacred and the mystical. One of her alchemical gifts is offering a gateway to sacred oils and layers of vibration. She brings a warm, fun-loving approach to all that she does.

Shyen spent his childhood immersed in the British countryside before embarking on an eclectic career path that included clay pigeon shooting, work in the music industry and wildlife management. He is a qualified Forest School practitioner and meditation teacher. Shyen brings a passion for caring and paying reverence to the sacred land on which Osho Leela is based as well as sharing in his love of music and kirtan.
Alannah has a background in yoga, meditation, trauma-informed embodiment, social work and systemic advocacy. She loves dancing, frolicking in the woods, cups of red bush tea, and building bridges between worlds. Originally from Australia, Alannah is enjoying her time in the UK exploring the wisdom of the land and of Celtic traditions, including the elements, cycles of nature, wheel of the year, storytelling and an inclusive celebration of community
Amiya is from Spain and has been connected to Osho Leela since 2013. She is a sensitive, intuitive and creative woman, and is part of the group therapy staff for the training and intensive programmes at Leela. Amiya brings her passion for heartfelt connections, astrology, dance, creativity and meditation. Amiya has completed a four year Therapist training at the Osho Humaniversity in Holland; she has a background on Occupational Therapy and has worked with people for many years.


Start: February 1st @ 5:00pm
End: February 4th @ 3:00pm

Registration Tickets Imbolc Celebration (this includes the event & food)
£280 – Early Bird (until 18th January)
£300 – Full Price

Concession tickets are available – to apply please email: louiseatleela@gmail.com

Accommodation for 3 nights:
Dorm £30
Own campervan £0 (plus £9 hook up if needed)
Regular room £105
Large room £120
Premium room £135
Pod single bed £90
Pod double bed £105

Accommodation is allocated on a first come first served basis. For 2 people bookings, please call the office.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Louise: louiseatleela@gmail.com

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