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Colour Healing Workshop, led by Ann Lodygowski – £25

The Chambers room, Ashburton Town Hall, on Sunday 24th February 2019

10.00 am for 10.30 am start, ending 3.30 pm

Refreshments will be provided but please bring your own lunch.

Since ancient times, the Sun has been worshipped for its healing properties, emitting, as it does, all the colours of the spectrum. Different civilisations have decorated their temples and places of worship with patterns that maximise the healing properties of colour.

In this workshop, Ann will show us how to use dowsing to determine the health of our auras, identify cracks within them which can be healed, measure the strength of our chakras, and use crystals to aid the healing process.

Ann Lodygowski dowsing in Dartington Hall’s colourful Grade II listed gardens

We will dowse for colour and its healing properties to diagnose our needs and restore our health.
This will be a fascinating and challenging workshop guaranteed to be lively and full of surprises, given Ann’s extraordinary ability to work with realms and energies that are transformative.

Ann’s Colour Healing Workshop on 24 February is now fully booked.

Discover Dowsing in Devon Workshop – Dartington Hall Gardens, near Totnes, TQ9 6EL

Saturday 2nd March 2019 2.00 pm, meeting outside the Barn theatre. No charge to members. £5 non members, payable onsite to Devon Dowsers.

In addition, Dartington Hall asks for a voluntary contribution of £3 per visitor towards upkeep of the gardens.

On the core estate, lunch can be enjoyed at the Green Table Café, the White Hart, and the Roundhouse Café. This is an easy walk which is wheel chair accessible. There are toilets on site. Bring appropriate clothing for the weather conditions. This Workshop is suitable for dowsers of all ages and levels of experience.

These beautiful Graded II listed gardens are open all year round to the public. Their history dates back to the 1390s, when a half brother to Richard II, John Holland, built a medieval manor house on this site overlooking the river Dart. The 14th-century Dartington estate was purchased by Dorothy and Leonard Elmhurst in 1925, and their vision and money helped to create the gardens that can be enjoyed today.

The shrubs and lawns are stunning, particularly in the spring when a carpet of colourful crocuses cover the lawns, but it is the magnificent trees, which are fascinating to dowse, because of their age and location. A walk around the garden will enable you to dowse the trees, earth energy, underground water courses, elementals, Divas (nature spirits), and whatever else your imagination comes up with.


Dartington Hall Gardens

Communication with Animals and Healing Workshop led by Ann Lodygowski – £30

The Chambers room, Ashburton Town Hall on Sunday 28th April 2019

10.00 am for 10.30 am start, ending 3.30 pm

Refreshments will be provided but bring your own lunch.

Ann first learnt to dowse as a teenager living in South Zeal, Dartmoor. She is a Professional Dowser, with over 60 years’ experience and she has used dowsing to assess and aid the healing of big and small animals all over the world.

Although she specialises in four-legged animals, primarily horses and dogs, she also dowses health issues for people. Ann has an international reputation, and is highly regarded in the dowsing world.

If you choose to attend one of Ann’s workshops, don’t expect a linear direction of travel. Ann picks up on clues and energies, which can head in just about any direction. Please don’t bring your horse or pony as they probably won’t make it up the stairs at Ashburton Town Hall where Ann’s workshop will be held, but you are encouraged to bring a small amount of mane, tale or fur, wrapped up so it doesn’t escape.

During the workshop Ann will guide participants through her assessment and healing process, with the use of dowsing, starting with learning to tune into flower remedies to know how the animal is feeling, then checking the skeletal and muscular systems to see where any aches and pains are located. Further checks include possible basic deficiencies in their diet, whether there is any geopathic or electropathic stress present, affecting the animal’s health or behaviour, and finally what herbs might help them, or other remedial actions.

Click here to apply for Ann’s Communication with Animals and Healing  workshop.

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Dowsing is a means of searching, not using our normal senses, and can be done on site as well as remotely (e.g. map and information dowsing). It is an ethical activity used for the greater good. Devon Dowsers welcomes those who have a fascination for this ancient art, and who wish to share their experiences with other open-minded members.

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23 & 24 June 2018

South Zeal, Devon

We can look back to last June’s sunshine and reflect on the success of DFest, the first South West Dowsing Festival. Over 100 people attended and used the evaluation form to share how much they had enjoyed the weekend. It was a chance to dowse at some of Dartmoor’s iconic sites, to listen to engaging speakers, and to attend fascinating Dowsing Workshops.

A digital souvenir report is available HERE. We hope this report will provide you with enjoyable memories and provide inspiration for your dowsing throughout the months ahead.