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Full Moon Forage and Sound Bath

May 19 @ 11:30 am - 3:00 pm


Sunday 19 May 11.30am-3pm

  • Departing from: Home Farm SK14 6JP
  • Tickets £35 if purchased directly from Kindred Roots CIC

Prepare for the May Flower Moon by picking meadow herbs and flowers to make a nourishing tea, followed by a tranquil, healing Sound Bath.

Join Jen from Kindred Roots Community Interest Company and Alex from Holistic Healing MCR for a healing and relaxing full moon ceremony.

They will embark from Home Farm, in Mottram, for a two hour guided forage along local footpaths and the farm’s private meadows. As you gather flowers and herbs, you will learn about mindful and safe foraging, the many different uses of the natural resources all around us, as well as the history of the land you are walking. Allow yourself to unwind and reset, surrounded by breath-taking views, intriguing historic features and trees, and meadows, which our ancestors would have planted, walked, and foraged hundreds of years before.

The walk continues down to The Magdalene Centre – a beautiful, old former-church, where everyone will mindfully prepare a tea with the herbs collected, and enjoy a delightful homemade snack.

Taking advantage of the fantastic acoustics and ambience of The Magdalene Centre, you will all indulge in a soothing reiki Sound Bath, accompanied by gentle breathwork, expertly guided by Alex.



Kindred Roots CIC is a non-profit organisation, which means all profit from ticket sales goes back into the community via Kindred Roots CIC.

Some fully funded bursary places are available. If you are unsure about qualifying for a bursary place, please have a read of the ‘Green Bottle’ Financial Privilege indicator – if you feel you are in “Tier 1”, don’t hesitate to email them for a fully funded bursary place at:  Kindred Roots

Buy tickets online via Eventbrite

If you want to avoid Eventbrite booking fees, please message Kindred Roots CIC to pay directly.

Don’t forget to take:

  • paper and a pen for noting down foraging recipes and tips
  • a yoga mat and blanket (if you have these, if not, let organisers know and they can provide them)
  • water
  • appropriate clothing for walking and comfy clothing for the Sound Bath
  • plus anything that helps you to feel comfortable


Home Farm SK14 6JP. What Three Words reference: Parsnip.Piglets.Moth.

Be aware: Sat Nav and What Three Words will take you to a different entrance. The correct entrance it is just a few metres away and runs parallel- check out the map and photo in the pictures and feel free to message or Jen on 07703 555314 if you are still unsure.



May 19
11:30 am - 3:00 pm
Event Category:


Local business/group


Home Farm
off Hill End Lane
Mottram, SK14 6JP United Kingdom
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