Saturday, January 27, 2007

Get Real with Blue Banyan Courses and Events in 2007

Blue Banyan (, one of the UK’s most renowned suppliers of meditation, yoga, Reiki and other mind-body-spirit products, is launching a programme of courses and events throughout 2007 that help people develop alternative skills and 'get real'.

In line with the company's reputation for quality and value for money, the courses will be held in a beautiful rural location some ten miles from Chester (in Mold, Wales) in Blue Banyan’s own venue, and will cover a wide range of practical and spiritual topics including: crystals, Reiki, setting and achieving goals, organic growing, herbs, keeping chickens and pigs, textile, crafts and many more.

Laura Carstensen, co-founder of Blue Banyan and courses director for Blue Banyan Real Time, says: "Our programme follows the traditional Wheel of the Year. The courses are designed to integrate with the turning of the seasons and the natural cycles of life.

"On January 27, for example, we explore ‘Imbolc: Renew and Re-energise’ and the programme will include crystals, cosmic ordering and feng shui."

She adds: "We promise high content and high quality experiential learning in a great location. Through the courses, Blue Banyan’s reputation for excellence will certainly be maintained." For more information, see or call 01352759111 and request a brochure.

Blue Banyan Ltd was incorporated in September 2003 when it acquired the Devon-based meditation products supplier, Meditation Designs.

Since then, the business has expanded into numerous new areas, launched its online store in spring 2005, and relocated from London to dedicated office/distribution premises in Mold, North Wales.

Blue Banyan owns and operates, the UK’s leading online supplier of meditation products and a premier supplier of mind-body-spirit products in the domestic and international markets.

The company also runs the Blue Banyan Healing Centre in Mold ( - a regional centre for excellence in complementary and alternative therapies.

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