Date: Saturday 30th July
Price: £15.00 / £10.00
A yoga workshop on and off the mat. Bring pen and paper.
Vac (in Sanskrit) is the vibratory power of all living things, including the vibration of the creative voice. Come to experience a series of movements, mantra, story and meditation to lead you towards your personal voice before a day full of poetry.
Siân’s approach highlights the interconnected nature of the sensory body and energy body, spontaneity, breath and creative voice so that we find our full expression in all aspects of life, especially when it comes to creative practice.
The workshop is suitable for those who are relatively healthy and not suffering any injuries, or for someone who already has a yoga practice and is keen on developing their practice in a new way.
Siân Melangell Dafydd was brought up at the foot of the Berwyn, where she has now returned to following periods living and working in Italy in galleries, and in France at America University in Paris. Her novel Y Trydydd Peth won the Prose Medal at the National Eisteddfod in 2009 and Siân was the last co-editor of the iconic literary magazine, Taliesin. She works diligently with poets from India and on doctoral research using yoga and writing as creative parallel exercises. Her latest novel Filò (Gwasg Gomer), was published in 2019.