Elizabeth Martyn (left)

From time to time I run courses and workshops in Norwich.

I like to make events  fun, relaxed and productive – at the end of a recent workshop people said they felt:  ‘Excited’, ‘Open’, ‘Positive’,  ‘Determined’, ‘Enthused’ ‘Relaxed’, ‘Empowered’ ‘Focused’, ‘Inspired’, ‘Rejuvenated’.

Events are listed in date order, most recent first.


Empowerment, Inspiration, Connection

This 6-part course runs at The Yoga Tree, All Saints Green, NR1 3NB
on the third Friday of the month, Jan – June 2018
Jan 19, Feb 16, March 16, April 20, May 18, June 15

Cost: £75

Join a small group to explore the exciting possibilities of life after work.

The course is for you if you’ve already retired (and it doesn’t matter for how long); you can see retirement on the horizon; or you’re busy pondering your options for this new stage of life.

Maybe you’re asking:

Who am I now?
What do I want to do?
What are my options?

Using meditations, visualisations and a whole bunch of fun, thought-provoking exercises, we’ll delve into these questions and many others.

Retirement brings its joys and its challenges.

There’s a new freedom, but with freedom come decisions about how best to use your time, how to create a new way of being that doesn’t include work, and how to lead a life that brings you satisfaction and meaning, as well as opportunities to do the things you’ve never had time for before.

This course unfolds over six months, giving you time to reflect and take action between sessions (there will be ongoing tasks and activities to do between our meetings). 

Places are limited, so book yours now by emailing me using the form below. I’ll offer you a place (subject to availability) and send you details of how to pay by PayPal to secure the booking. 

Mail me now! I’m looking forward to hearing from you.


This Sunday morning workshop run in November 2017, in collaboration with Rachel Cross of Calm in the City was a great success, and people committed to spending at least 5 minutes a day on an activity they used to enjoy but had let slide, or a task they wanted to complete.


Thank you for your continuous support. I’ve been put back on the craft track and am loving it.

Thank you again for your warm and friendly introduction to finding time to do the things we love and that matter to us.

Just to report that I am absolutely delighted with my progress this week. I have got quotes for insulating the loft, started clearing the loft (a long job!), tidied a large pile of papers, cleaned out two kitchen cupboards and taken some stuff to Oxfam.

Thank you so much for your help to focus my energies.