Healing and Bodywork
Buddhafield Festival 2017 |
Yoga class | Image © Mim Saxl Photography 2012
The potential for healing and transformation for individuals and for the planet is ENORMOUS when we gather in this way in a spirit of co-operation and good will.
We offer a wide variety of holistic healing, in exchange for a suggested donation. We recommend about £10+ for each 20mins of treatment, but all are by individual negotiation. We also offer inspiring group activities and workshops in our Workshop Dome, for free!
There are about 50 therapists in the Buddhafield Healing Garden, where we usually have an “A-Z of Treatments” available, often including such specialities as:
Acupuncture, Aromatherapy Massage, Bowen Technique, Chakra Balancing, Craniosacral Therapy, Crystal Healing, Deep Tissue Massage, EFT, Emmett Technique, Energy Healing, Facials, Herbal Medicine, Holistic Massage, Homoeopathy, Hopi Ear Candles, Indian Head Massage, NLP, Reflexology, Reiki, Shiatsu, Swedish Massage, Thai Yoga Massage, Theta Healing, and Vortex Healing — some day we might even have Zero Balancing!
Contributing: Healing Garden
Therapists & Healers
If you’re interested in offering one-to-one treatment or therapy sessions at the Festival, note that applications for places in the Healing Garden are available from 1 April until 1 May: the contact link for the Healing Garden Co-ordinator will display here between those dates.
General information on the Volunteer: Healing Garden page.
We need an enthusiastic team of helpers willing and able to create something from nothing and then put nothing back again! Contact the Healing Garden Co-ordinator from 1 April if you’d like to offer your services.
Our Healing Garden ... Needs a Garden!
Would you be able to offer a Garden to our Healing Garden of Complementary Medicine? If so, we’d love to hear from you. Contact the Healing Garden Co-ordinator from 1 April.
© Charlotte Baxter 2012
For an overview of Festival volunteering visit the main Volunteer & Contribute page.
Please feel free to explore the many potentials of a yoga practice: there are nearly 40 classes with different styles and different teachers. This can be a wonderful way to explore these bodies and this breath — to ground ourselves in present moment awareness.
Classes start from 6.30am every day and stop at 9.30pm.
If you’re interested in teaching yoga at the Festival we’re sorry to say that all the places on our yoga teaching team are taken.