Flow Dance Meditation FAQs


What does a typical day of training look like?
We will be commencing our training with a Masterclass with both the Flow Dance Meditation founders, Lindsay and Nathan. Our mornings will begin with a beach walk and/or 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’.  After dinner there will be sharing circles, a Sound Bath and bedtime meditations.

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 Lindsay and Nathan. There will be a group taught assessment where you will team teach a Flow Dance Meditation class with your fellow students. 

Where is the training held? 

We're at the stunning Invisa Cala Blanca resort, on the beautiful Es Figueral beach, on the north-eastern coast of Ibiza. The resort has incredible facilities with swimming pools, luxury en-suite rooms all with outdoor space, a gym, wifi, and varied food to cater to everyone's dietary needs.

What is not included?
Flights and transfers will need to be purchased by yourself.
Flights – currently available from approximately £40, and we recommend using skyscanner.net or skiplagges.com to check all the airlines. Flight availability normally appears up to 6 months in advance with most airlines.Transfers - Licensed taxis are approximately €45 each way. Car hire is normally inexpensive, do ask us for a website recommendation.

What do I need to bring with me?

All equipment needed will be provided. Please feel free to bring your own yoga mat if you prefer. Please bring with you 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.


All rooms are ensuite and are available on either a single or shared double occupancy basis. If you have someone who you would like to share a room with, please let us know this when booking.

Meals – Dietary requirements.
The hotel is all inclusive. All meals, snacks and drinks are included. Our restaurant runs a buffet service, and all dietary requirements can be met by the chefs, including pescatarian, vegetarian, plant-based, coeliac, lactose-intolerant diets as well as nut and any other allergies.

If you would like a one-to-one call with Lindsay, the founder and creator, please drop us an email at lindsay@lidsayjay.co.uk and we can arrange this.