Event Details

  • When: Friday, 25 February 2022
  • to Sunday, 27 February 2022

    Tues. 10am-5.30pm
    Wed. 10am-5.30pm
    Thurs. 9am-12.30pm

    Cost:  £225*

    *For prices for accommodation options and delicious biodynamic meals click the 'BOOK STAY' link below.



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WEEKEND WORKSHOP: Finding the Still-Point

WEEKEND WORKSHOP: Finding the Still-Point

Polarity and Paradox through Sacred Geometry and Story with Daniel Docherty​ and Roi Gal-Or


Following on from our inaugural and much appreciated Summer 2021 Finding the Still-Point course we are delighted to annnounce new dates for early next year ...

During these times of intense turmoil, confusion, and division, you are invited to step into a sacred space of poise and creative potential. We will seek to deepen our understanding of the dynamics of polarity and paradox through the contemplation of Traditional Stories and exercises in Sacred Geometry. Through this endeavor, we hope to cultivate our understanding of, and relationship to, the 'Still Point’... the center of the ever-turning wheel of fortune. 

About The Teachers


Roi Gal-Or

Roi Gal-Or is an internationally acclaimed performing storyteller and workshop leader publicly recognised for his unique playful and profound way of teaching storytelling over the last 17 years. Roi is co-founder of the International School of Storytelling based at Emerson College, England. He teaches the use of storytelling in service of the environment education, healing, peace and reconciliation. Roi works with the power of stories and the imagination to inspire connection and social transformation, foster vision, possibility, community and personal development.




Daniel Docherty 

Daniel received his MA in Sacred and Traditional Arts in 2004 under the guidance of Keith Critchlow and Paul Marchant (Prince's School of Traditional Arts - London) . He has subsequently undertaken extensive research into how the arts/sciences of the ancient quadrivium (Number, Geometry, Music and Cosmology) inform and underpin the world's manifold cultural traditions. Daniel's teaching practice is based at SAOG Studios, Emerson College (an educational initiative that he co-founded with Kira Orsak in 2015); he also regularly leads courses and lectures internationally. 



SOAG Studios - School of Sacred Geometry

'Never did eye see the Sun unless first itself becoming Sun-like' [Plotinus].

Now is the time for renewed impetus ... to realign the Arts and Soul Sciences and our connection with them to the Sacred; we invite you to join us at our beautiful SAOG Studios, set in the heart of the idyllic Emerson College campus (adjoining Tablehurst Farm - our initial 'home') and a mere stone's throw from London, Brighton and Gatwick Airport! to experience how Geometry, the language of the 'ever-true, the eternally existent', can be  a powerful means to this end.

For more information please visit https://www.sacredartofgeometry.com