To restore & reclaim vital energy,
cultivate nourishing healing rest
align to your inner voice of self-trust,
wisdom and compassion.
Direction & Life Balance
The purpose of coaching is
to support you to reveal
your own clarity
We offer thoughtful programmes, workshops, courses
and immersive experiences.
They are presented in a structured and focused,
yet fun and unpretentious way.
Programmes and sessions are suitable for all levels of participants.
Our contemporary approach is rooted in ancient wisdom
practices which embrace various compassion
and healing techniques to integrate wellbeing
into every sphere of our lives.
The Women's Wisdom Collective is the culmination of many years
of inspiration, work and collaboration between women from all over
the world creating meaningful programmes
over the past 20 years.
This initiative for co-creation, collaboration, healing and sharing is
specifically created as a safe and nourishing space for women,
to land and feel at home.
It is dedicated to the wellbeing and healing of all
women for body, mind and heart to offer empathy,
care and support in an open-hearted
spirit of collaborative strength.
-Second weekend March 2021 -
A 2-day nourishing immersive workshop online
for Healing Rest,
Rejuvenation & Quality Sleep
- Details to follow soon -
Yoga Nidra for Deep Powerful Rest & developing more Awareness
in conjunction with Restorative Sleep Programmes to help cultivate better quality nourishing sleep.
Coaching sessions for Wellbeing and Clarity
Calming & Clarifying Meditation methods
Yoga nidra for
when you don't
have much time
Our deep passion is grounded in humanitarian outreach projects:
SUPPORTING GOOD CAUSES
Slovo Centre of Excellence Toy Library
Himalayan refugees making shawls - purchased directly in India
Malas - Tiruvanamalai supporting a women's community & village incentive
Shwe Shwe gift bags made by local entrepreneur and sewing circle in South Africa
Leigh (Sherab) has been organising and facilitating bespoke women’s retreats and programmes since 2000. She spent most of her adult life studying Asian philosophy and therapeutic healing techniques for the past 20+ years in India and Nepal with Himalayan masters. Leigh is passionate about supporting women’s healing and wisdom practices, supporting those who struggle with chronic illness and burn-out. Her heart lies with NGO/NPO’s and women’s projects and she believes that supportive safe circles for women are imperative.
Leigh founded Red Lotus Projects in 2014 in London and is developing her online platforms - Sustainable Human Being and this Powerful Rest and Women’s collaborative platform:
Leigh Taylor (Sherab)
Red Lotus Retreats &
Sustainable Human Being
"Yoga nidra really is 'Powerful Rest'. It has been an
invaluable aid to my overall wellbeing and energy
for maintaining my health, resilience and improved energy levels and especially for pain management due to a longstanding chronic illness. Coupled with meditation practice, it helps to sustain my inner peace, resilience, and to instil more clarity of mind. The first time I was introduced to Yoga Nidra I was 10 years old and it left a lasting impression. Many years later I started practicing for my own healing benefit and I have made a firm commitment to share these time tested practices for more ease and a true sense of holistic wellbeing for women of all ages. I believe this is a powerful method to soothe weary bodies and minds, and for women to self-clarify more intuitive wisdom and compassion for self and others."
Leigh started her journey of inner development and exploring the rich intricate world of Eastern philosophy and meditation in the Himalayas where she lived in a simple hut for one year at the tender age of 19.
She lived full time in India and Nepal for most of 15 years, 10 of those permanently, with her partner, Justin. During this time she studied and practiced in Himalayan monasteries, universities, ashrams and temples. Leigh worked as a volunteer at refugee centres and in monasteries. Most of her time was spent in earnest cultivation of meditation practices and studying Buddhist philosophy under the guidance of great humble masters and she regularly spent extended periods in intensive meditation retreats and exploring India on many spiritual pilgrimages and crazy adventures. Now, living in the West it is essential to live with more mindful awareness and balancing life, work and the many demands and challenges of modern life. Especially when good health and mental tranquility is vital.