Fire & Flow 2023 - Yoga in Nature

  • January 22 - 29, 2023
  • Tir na nOg Holistic Centre

    Balfunning House
    Balfron Station, Lanarkshire G63 0NF
Ticket Price (GBP) £30.00 This event is now over

Come and join our second Fire and Flow - Yoga in Nature session:

A magical session of slow flow yoga and meditation in an enchanting forest.

We will be embracing the elements of nature in the fresh January air.

Starting the New Year of 2023 with an immersive and embodied nature experience.

The session will be held in a magical forest shelter in the native woodlands of Tír na nÓg, a 40 minute drive from Glasgow city centre.

There will be a roaring fire throughout the slow flow yoga session, a guided elemental meditation, a pot of warming tea and a piece of wholesome cake to finish.


We will be reconnecting to the land and the forces of nature through the four elements.

Water - meditating on the sounds of the flowing stream

Earth - grounding our bodies to the earth through outdoor yoga

Air - connecting with our breath through yoga and the purified forest air

Fire - the fire will be the heart of the session


Please bring:

A positive intention you wish for the year

A yoga mat

Warm outdoor clothes

A blanket (optional)

The session will last 2.5 hours.

The cost is £30 per person - this includes tea and cake.

Spaces are limited as the woodland hut has limited floor space so booking in advance is recommended. 

72 hour cancellation policy.

Date & Time

Jan 22 - 29, 2023

Venue Details

Tir na nOg Holistic Centre

Balfunning House
Balfron Station, Lanarkshire G63 0NF Tir na nOg Holistic Centre
Yoga with Keeva

My name is Caoimhe, I am a nature lover and yoga teacher, living a wild and rooted life in this Celtic landscape.

I have worked in nature conservation for many years, I am a celtic artist and woodcrafter, working with mythological stories, animals and artworks that give us a sense of connection to our celtic roots. I have a passion for the rewilding movement, and believe that humans can learn to rewild themselves through nature immersion, movement, breathwork and elemental exposure.

The style of yoga I teach is an all inclusive hatha flow, which gives students time and space to feel deeply into every posture and expand with their breath. A deep, strong and slow flow that incorporates pranayama and meditation techniques.

When guiding nature walks, I encourage the space for meditation and contemplation. The way we walk in nature can have a significant impact on our experience and nervous system, we learn to slow down and breathe in the experience. Moving in tune with our bodies and the natural environment around us.