Autumn Day Yatra - Wandlebury and Magog Down area
Yatra- Wandlebury and Magog Down area
Come join us and together we shall explore the landscape around Wandlebury and Magog Down!
We will traverse in silence and connection with one another and the wildlife, the big sky, the sparkling river and the deep earth of this most ancient and fascinating landscape.
A 'Yatra' is a Buddhist-inspired walking retreat; a spiritual journey or pilgrimage; a mindful and devotional celebration of our land and our mutual interconnectedness with it and one another.
Walking silently allows space for a deeper awareness and harmony to arise with our walking companions, the ancient landscape and our own inner worlds. There is no separation.
The invitation is to open to the richness of the senses and perhaps have them as a focus for meditative walking. Along the way there will be regular pauses and comfort stops when we can share experiences, poetry and reflections if wished.
Please bring your own packed lunch and drinks for the day and suitable gear for walking. We shall be walking for up to 4 hours (around 7 miles) in total with plenty of breaks and if you have any questions email Suryamani at email@example.com.
We will meet outside the Stapleford Granary entrance, for more details on the location visit-
There is free parking on neighbouring roads as we can't use Stapleford Granary carpark.
There is a cafe at the Granary which opens at 9 so a chance to use the toilets before we go. But, then after we set off the only public toilets available will be at Wandlebury early afternoon. Otherwise plenty of bush toilets along the way!
The day will finish back at Stapleford Granary with a closing Ceremony.
See details below of how to get there:
Please do carshare if you can't cycle or use public transport. There are trains to Shelford which is about a ten-minute walk from Stapleford Granary.