Screen Shot 2020-03-27 at 7

From the Forest: A Guided Meditation Series with Linda Nicholls

Linda is a senior member of Haven core faculty and is internationally renowned for her expertise in the field of body, breath and energy work. In this series, ‘From the Forest’, Linda brings us into her favourite natural environments on Gabriola Island to share her practice of conscious deep breathing. We hope you tune in to these meditations and find embodiment and presence with us. 

From the Forest Guided Meditation 1: Elder Cedar

Linda Nicholls is sitting within the beautiful Elder Cedar forest on Gabriola Island. She’s right on the borders of the forest with the ocean nearby. A small stream of water, ancient stones covered with thick moss, and beautiful cedars surround her. From time to time, you may be able to hear the call of a bird or hear a sea plane going over. Whether familiar or not, we hope you can imagine yourself here.

From the Forest Guided Meditation 2: Release & Relax

This time, Linda joins us from another special spot on Gabriola in the presence wise, old boulders. Press play to see and hear from Linda before tuning in to 20 minutes of deep release and relaxation.

From the Forest Guided Meditation 3: Elder Cedar Stream

Read more about Linda’s visit to Elder Cedar in this blog

We hope this new series connects to you with us on Gabriola Island and brings grounding, relaxation, and presence to your day.

If you’ve enjoyed these recordings, we hope you’ll join us for an upcoming program with Linda Nicholls.

About the Author/Narrator:

Linda Headshot (1)

Linda Nicholls DipC is an elder, serving as a guide in transformational circle work for more than thirty-five years in North America and internationally.  She is Senior Faculty with The Haven Institute on Gabriola Island, BC, Canada.

Linda has worked intimately with people of all ages and cultures on five continents within programs that focus on body, breath and energy training; conscious breathwork; shadow exploration; communication skills; sexuality; grieving; defining boundaries; conscious alternatives to depression; reviewing and renewing relationships; guiding teens and youth into their adulthood, and more.  

Similar Posts

One Comment

Comments are closed.