Yoga & Writing

Yoga & Writing Week

June 4th – 9th Moniack Mhor Writers’ Centre

In the Highlands of Scotland 12 miles from Inverness

Rosemary Bailey Moniack Mhor annabel chown


Discover your own source of inspiration – your own “well within” – by using yoga as a tool to focus the mind. Whatever you write –from personal memoir to fiction – yoga can help you explore your own creative depths. Daily workshops and one to one sessions with writing tutor, author Rosemary Bailey and yoga teacher Annabel Chown, will help you find your own voice. Beginners welcome.

Rosemary Bailey is an award-winning writer. Her book Scarlet Ribbons describes her brother’s death from AIDS. Her memoirs about France include Life in a Postcard, The Man who Married a Mountain, and Love and War in the Pyrenees. She is a regular Arvon tutor and a Fellow of the Royal Literary Fund. She has been practising yoga for many years, “I find yoga a wonderful way to calm my mind and help me focus more deeply.” rosemarybailey.com

Annabel Chown is a yoga teacher, writer and architect. She teaches yoga at leading yoga studios in London; her classes include asana (postures), pranayama (breathwork) and meditation, and aim to cultivate groundedness, vitality and a quieter mind. “It is here, as writers, we can uncover our creativity and authentic voice.”

Maximum 12 students in single rooms
Cost: £500 including delicious vegetarian cooking
To book moniackmhor@arvonfoundation.org
www.moniackmhor.org.uk
Tel 01463 741675