Flow Dance Meditation FAQs

What does a typical day on the training look like?

We will be commencing our training with a Masterclass with Lindsay and a live music session with Nathan.

Our mornings will begin with a beach walk and embodiment practices followed by breakfast. Our main learning sessions will begin around 9am, with a break for lunch and continuing in the afternoon. Sessions will include: The Method of Flow Dance Meditation, Embodiment Practices, Breathwork, TRE, the power of music and breakdowns of the class sections; ‘Connect’, ‘Move’ and ‘Release’. On our final day you will complete a team-taught class and have a one-to-one reflective session with facilitators Lindsay or Nathan. After dinner sessions will include; sharing circles, a sound bath and bedtime meditations.

Where is the training held?

Venue: West Lexham Manor. Nr. King’s Lynn, Norfolk, PE32 2QN.

Half a world away (but just a short hop from London) the tranquil haven of West Lexham is a hub for connectivity and inspiration, a holistic and healing retreat venue set in an idyllic river valley replete, with ancient trees and abundant wildlife. Almost entirely powered by renewables, their ethos is one of optimal living.

The amazing natural energy of the land and beautiful scenery is the perfect setting for a healing and learning, with a calmness which invites focus and inquiry. Other activities at the venue include; paddle boarding, wild swimming, lawn games or rowing on the lake.

The majority of the training will take place in the Orangery – an indoor space overlooking the lake. This is a new and special venue, offering a very tranquil experience – the gentle flow of the water and the birdsong backing track set the scene for coming to your centre and growth. We will also use the various outside spaces around the venue for learning sessions (weather permitting). Meals and downtime will take place in a separate space within the Village hall.


Rooms are available on either a single or shared double occupancy basis. There is also one triple room available. Rooms will be in both the Village Hall. If you have someone who you would like to share a room with, please let us know this when booking.

How will I be assessed?

There will be some informal assessment throughout the training days through observations. We aim to make your learning environment as supportive as possible and will provide consistent guidance and feedback. You will also have a one-to-one session with course facilitators Lindsay or Nathan. There will a group taught assessment where you will team teach a Flow Dance Meditation class with your fellow students.

What is not included?

Transport to and from the venue is not included and will need to be arranged by yourself. If there are others on the course traveling from the same area within the UK, we can support you in looking into ride shares if you wish.

Meals – Dietary requirements

Breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks will be provided. All meals will be non meat based. All dietary requirements can be met by the chefs, including plant-based, coeliac, lactose-intolerant diets as well as any other allergies. The kitchen is a nut free zone. Please let us know about any special dietary needs on booking so we can ensure any specific needs are met. We recommend you bring a refillable water bottle with you. Water will be available throughout the training.

What do I need to bring with me?

Yoga mats and blankets will be provided for use, however please feel free to bring your own if you prefer (All blankets will be washed beforehand by the venue). A notebook and a pen, a refillable water bottle,

Bring with you comfortable clothing that can be worn for both movement sessions and being more still. Something warm for evenings is a good idea.

If you would like a one-to-one call with Lindsay, the founder and creator, please drop us an email and we will arrange this. Similarly, if you have any questions or enquiries, please contact the team and we will be happy to assist with these lindsay@lindsayjay.co.uk