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Imbolc Celebration

~ From Sacred Darkness to Emerging Light ~

With Tarisha & Gayatri

Thursday 2nd February till Sunday 5th February

The period between Winter Solstice (21st December) and Imbolc (1st February) is a time of dreaming and visioning.

It’s the time of listening inside and allowing our deepest desires to emerge from the depths of the soul.

~ music ~ movement ~ meditation ~ ceremony ~ nature ~ sunrise walks ~ sharing circles ~

All within the intention of celebration.

Imbolc is an ancient Celtic holiday celebrating the very first stirrings of new life–the earliest breaths of spring. It can sometimes feel tricky to connect with the aliveness of Spring when it’s still cold and dark outside. Yet this is the moment to sow seeds for the times ahead, so that they are ready to burst forth when the change of season fully emerges. It is the time to clear out the old dead branches inside, the things that died within us during winter, in order to prepare for the exciting new growth to come.

The themes of this Celebration are:

We are Nature

Connecting with the cycles of life , aligning ourselves with them and returning to a more natural way of Being.


We are Community

There’s been so much attention on individualism, doing things alone. For these three days, we come together to support one another, to celebrate together and remember how connected we truly are.


We are Light

We are the Light – the light that shines from fully embracing all that we are; the dark and the light, the peace and the fight. This light is going to carry us in to the new year.


Why join this celebration?

~ As the light returns, celebrate this season

~ To honour Imbolc, an ancient Celtic holiday celebrating the first stirrings of spring

~ To give attention to your winter dreams and how they can manifest

~ To clear away old debris – outdated ways of being that no longer serve you

~ To be in a loving conscious community where you meet new friends and feel safe to be yourself

Special Guest

Lucinda Drayton is coming to lead a Music and Meditation evening on Saturday night.


I will rise – by Lucinda

It’s through your wounds that the light gets in

It’s in the darkest room that the candle glows

It is at the bottom of the deepest well

That the softest earth will break your fall

It’s on the mountain that I learnt the most

It’s when I fell down that I knew my strength

It’s not my mistakes tell you who I am

It’s what I do with them and who I’ll become

I will rise like a poor child given a chance

I will rise like the sun up through the clouds

And I will rise every time that I sing

And when I fall I’ll fall gracefully

Cos when I fall I am given wings


Your Hosts

Tarisha is a Singing Medicine Woman, a multi instrumentalist and poet who has lived and worked at Osho Leela for 26 years. She holds deep reverence for the sacred and brings ceremony and ritual to all her workshops and events.
Since 2021, Tarisha has led the re-earthing project at Leela, bringing awareness to our nature, the growing of food, the balance of giving and receiving from the land. Having worked with people inside for many years, the grounds have become her group room and in the spring and summer, she holds space in our tipi, where people more easily connect to nature and the sacred elements.
Tarisha is a healer, a meditator, a mother and lover of life. She has a natural, intuitive way of working with people, listening to and inspired by the voice of Gaia.

‘Tarisha is a midwife to the new world.’ Tim Willoughby

Here’s the link to her website: https://tarisha.co.uk

Gayatri works and dwells in the intersection between sacred sexuality, spiritual devotion, and planetary activism.
Since 2012 Gayatri has been a guide for hundreds of people to awaken to the aliveness of their being through conscious touch and erotic awakening. She is passionate about reconnecting the severed and separate parts – mind with heart, sex with Spirit, and humans as Nature – in a truly wholistic approach to life.
Known for her refreshingly natural and joyful approach, Gayatri is a full earth-bound goddess. Central to her work is grounding in safety, cultivating sensitivity, and embodying the sacred.

Gayatri lives in the beautiful countryside of North Somerset with her beloved sister Bayari and divine dog Puma. She delights in having her head in the Heavens and feet planted firmly on the Earth.

Do you want to know more? Check out https://gayatribeegan.com


Start: February 2nd @ 5:00pm
End: February 5th @ 5:00pm

Registration Tickets Imbolic Celebration (this includes the event & food)
Root £120 – 10 available tickets at a basic cost.
Heart £220 – standard rate
Crown £250 – abundant rate

Dorm £30
Own campervan £30 (plus £9 hook up if needed)
Regular room £75
Large room £105
Premium room £135
Pod single bed £105
Pod double bed £135

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 Tarisha via email tarisha@osholeela.co.uk


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