This initiative for co-creation, collaboration, healing and sharing is
specifically created as a safe and nourishing space for women, to land and feel at home.
A place where you can to get to know yourself better,
and connect to other like-minded women who are genuinely interested in
supporting each other and making our world a better place, together.
This space is a home where our hearts beat as one
yet our expressions may manifest differently and the
joy in the diversity and richness of that expression is so precious
as we all learn from each other,
grow and evolve together.
Here we will learn more about uncovering our inner wisdom and activate
more self-healing, self-compassion and cultivate and awaken more
wisdom compassion to nourish others.
relax. restore. Rest.
Powerful Restorative Practices to support whole-being well-being
Join Us For
Rest & Recharge:
A Nourishing Weekend
December 3-5, 2021
The pause is as important
as the note
Practices of deep rest, restore and recharge us to activate our innate healing capacity.
Like sun, water, earth and air, and essentially space - rest and pause are vital ingredients
for our beings to flourish. Rest is a healing tonic and a balm to nourish us.
Our bodies, and each system within, should be treated as a whole, being attentive to each part. Like a flower and all its component parts - petals, stem, seeds, leaves and roots, to fully grow, bloom and flourish.
Nourishing rest offers a holistic approach to health and whole being wellbeing, nourishing every part of ourselves, our bodies, our minds and our hearts and for maintained spiritual sustenance.
We need to nourish wellness for every part of us, the whole of our being.
Give yourself permission to rest.
Nourish & soothe
body, mind and spirit with restorative healing rest
for sustained wellbeing.
RESTORE and RECLAIM YOUR vital energy. Easy practices for :
Sessions to support you on your wellbeing journey for more balance
Working out clear wellness goals can help structure and simplify your life for more
Sign up for a free Intro session on zoom
Read about clinical and evidence based studies about the benefits of rest practices.
Check out our Resources, Free Rest sessions, podcasts.
Click on the free nourishing sessions below
"I cannot recommend highly enough, for people - and especially women - to practice with Leigh, if they have the opportunity. Her grace, calm presence and generous compassion nourishes us on many levels. I cannot wait to see what she shares next with the world."
- Samantha Meikle, London 2020 Full testimonial
We humans have lost
the ability to relax.
8&9 JANUARY 2022
A 2-day nourishing weekend
online immersive workshop
for Healing Rest,
Rejuvenation & Quality Sleep
- Details to follow soon -
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UPCOMING SIGNATURE PROGRAMME
Healing from the Root
Starts January 2022
We love supporting special grassroots humanitarian outreach projects:
SUPPORTING GOOD CAUSES
Himalayan refugees making shawls & herbal incense - purchased directly in India
Malas - Tiruvanamalai India supporting a women's community & village incentive
Shwe Shwe gift bags made by local entrepreneur and sewing circle in South Africa
Slovo Centre of Excellence Toy Library
My own experience with the practices shared
& my intention for creating 'Nourishing Rest '
"The soothing, restorative combination of practices of Nourishing Rest and in particular Yoga Nidra is truly a form of gentle yet 'powerful rest.' It has been an invaluable method to support my own wellbeing, pain management and increased energy levels."
Due to a longstanding chronic illness, I sought a practice that would nourish and calm my body from pain and exhaustion and the trauma of being ill. I have found Yoga Nidra to be an invaluable tool in my wellbeing regimen and in combination to apply the complimentary practices. They are a series of restorative and nourishing practices helps to sustain more inner peace, resilience, and to instil more awareness.
For those with chronic illness and chronic fatigue or on a path of recovery from burn-out or convalescing from illness, these practices help to strengthen the body's healing process and support better and deeper restorative rest and to improve quality sleep. I have personally found that by doing these practices regularly, even for short periods helps to sustain more resilience and an increased capacity to cope better with chronic fatigue illness and chronic illness, especially during a bad pain flare up.
These practices are also being done in prisons and for ex-combat military staff to calm the nervous system and to help to cope with PTSD and trauma. Many studies have, and continue to be done, about their profound restorative benefits, particularly meditation, breathing techniques and yoga nidra.
Anyone can benefit from these nourishing practices
for whole being well-being.
Leigh Taylor (Sherab)
Leigh is an experienced facilitator for:
Yoga Nidra (Training UK 2015 & 2020)
Mindfulness & Metta (Loving-kindness) since 1999
Pranayama & Breathwork since 1999
Buddhist Meditation since 1997
Qualified and trained/certified in:
Coaching (MOE UK) 2015 & NLP (2021)
Trauma Conscious Yoga Method (TCYM) 2021
Trained Mental Health First Aider (MHFA UK) 2020
Mental Health & Neuroscience (NCIB) 2020/2021
Fundamentals of TCM (2005)
Balance & Wellness at Work (SIY)
Indian Head Massage (Prof. Iqbal Badat 1998)
Biophilic Design - Sustainable Green Practices (2021)
“My aim is to help ease the habit of the stress consciousness and to provide more accessible methods that can be easily and effortlessly integrated into your everyday life.
I believe this powerful combination in your personal wellness toolbox offers effective wellbeing habits to deeply soothe weary bodies and overwhelmed minds, creating a life of more alignment, balance, and inner harmony.
These practices also serve to remind women of their own intuitive wisdom, loving-kindness and compassion, and reawakens the capacity to heal and nourish themselves and others. Anyone can benefit from these nourishing easeful practices for whole being well-being and serves to nourish ourselves and others.”
Read more about nourishing rest practices