Conscious Golf: Developing Your Inner Caddy

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Graham Meltzer & Sylvia Black

The game of golf is intrinsically spiritual; it's a mindfulness practice, like archery. It's about the integral relationship between player, swing, ball and the target. This workshop will develop your 'inner caddy' - that reassuring 'still, small voice within.' And we will engage the physical body using elements of stretching, movement, yoga and martial arts as appropriate.

Participants will play four rounds during a week of immersion in Findhorn community life. Courses will be selected for their accessibility, affordability and beauty.

The objectives will be to:

  • deepen awareness of one's individual strengths and sense of purpose
  • develop approaches that build confidence and overcome blockages
  • raise consciousness, both whilst playing golf and in life generally
  • develop one's inner voice, powers of reflection and intuitive faculties
  • deepen connection with oneself, others and the natural environment
  • participate in Findhorn community life and have a fun and inspiring week

Open to players of all standards.

Tiered price (click here for more information): £1220 / £960 / £810

Tiered Pricing

We want to ensure that our workshops and events are accessible to a diverse range of people and recognise that one person’s financial situation will differ from another. So that money is not a barrier to participating in our workshops and events, we offer a tiered pricing structure and ask that you select the price appropriate for your personal circumstances. Please take a moment to read about our tiered pricing here.

Includes all programme content, playing fees, 7 nights accommodation, full board and refreshments.

Graham Meltzer has worked as a builder, architect, academic and photographer, but currently organises conferences in the Findhorn Foundation and occasionally teaches eco-architecture in the Findhorn Foundation College. Graham has been a keen but very average golfer for over 50 years.

Sylvia Black grew up and lived most of her adult life in South Africa. She coached sport (primarily tennis) and played at a high level in several sports. Sylvia has lived in the Findhorn community for 16 years. She is a cancer survivor from which she learned many life lessons and now practices as a counsellor and therapist.