Autumn Equinox Gathering

Sunday 19 Sept, 15.00-17.00

"The trees are about to show us how lovely it is to let things go" ~ Unknown

Autumn is quite possibly my favourite season because of its beauty and the lessons it teaches us:

  • surrendering and letting go can be really beautiful
  • change is possible and sometimes necessary and
  • slowing down a little after a busy summer is okay and often essential to regain balance and health

Our annual Autumn Equinox Gathering is all about witnessing and honouring the changing of the season and welcoming autumn. A time to begin to slow down, to connect to what is important to us and to let go of anything that might holding us back from inner and outer growth. 

We will aim to practice at Heartwood Forest if the weather allows whilst also Live Streaming via Zoom, so you'll have the choice to practice in the Forest or Online.

Expect a flowing practice with ample time spent in meditation and restorative and yin poses to reflect, pause and sow the seeds of intention for the coming season.

No experience necessary, just a curious mind and a willingness to open your heart to the lessons the universe may be offering you.

PLUS you’ll be able to use the recording again to maintain that sense of calm (31 day access to recording included in your purchase).

Just £25 per person if booked before 22 Aug (£30 after).

  • Location

    Heartwood Forest near St Albans if weather and Covid restrictions allow. We will also Live stream via Zoom so you'll have a choice whether to join us in the Forest or Online.

  • How to Prepare

    You'll need a mat or blanket to lie on, a couple of pillows, cushions and a blanket to keep you cosy. Wear comfortable clothes you can move around in (maybe layers if we're outside!) and bring some drinking water.

  • Recording Included

    This workshop will be recorded so if you can't make the date or time or would like to practice again, you will receive 31 days access to the recording.

What others are saying about Louise's teachings

'Louise is so kind and caring'

by Emma Scinaldi

I started as a complete beginner and was worried I would not be able to follow the moves, but Louise is so kind and caring, plus really knows her stuff so is able to give very clear, supportive guidance. There is never any pressure as Louise always offers alternatives. With care and kindness she has encouraged me to really develop my practice. I always feel really energised after a session with Louise but I am also starting to notice a higher level of peace and tranquility in my day to day life. I feel strong and calm at the same time!

'Classes are a life-line'

by Cathy Washbrooke

Louise’s classes are a life-line! I find myself being able to calm my anxiety, find a new purpose and most importantly accept where we are as a country and continue my daily life. Louise is a very warm, nurturing and knowledgeable teacher. She also integrates elements of mindfulness through various readings, poetry and insights to deepen the practice and allow deep rest to take place. I always feel lifted, yet grounded after each of Louise’s yoga sessions.

'Supports mental wellbeing'

by Finola McManus

What I love best about your classes is that they not only give the benefit of a yoga practice but also deliver simple and practical ways to apply the weekly themes and help support mental wellbeing which is especially important at this time. Speaking as someone who struggled to make time for a single weekly practice, I am now getting to my yoga mat most days and it has become a ‘non-negotiable’ in my daily life and one which I make time for.

Your Teacher

'Yoga gives us peace and clarity in order to see the beauty and wonder that is all around us'

Louise Neicho

Having spent the first 20 years of my professional life working in and with nature I feel a deep connection to the natural world that has promoted numerous benefits in my life. Combining this with a love and appreciation of yoga and mindfulness that spans two decades (9 of them teaching) has enabled me to share practices that help us connect more deeply with nature and ourselves. I have completed over 1000hrs of yoga and mindfulness teacher training and I’m excited to be currently studying an MSc in Mindfulness and Neuroscience. I can honestly say that yoga and nature has saved my life on more than one occasion, and I don’t think I would be the person I am today if it wasn’t for my practice. To bring all of this together is simply a dream come true and I hope you will join me and our like-minded community soon.


Once payment is made your space is guaranteed for that particular workshop. Bookings are non-refundable and not transferable. We will aim to practice at Heartwood Forest but if weather or Covid restrictions dictate, we will practice Online via Zoom. By purchasing this class you are agreeing to these terms. A recording will be made available so you can practice at any time.

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