|Spiritual in North Wales|
32 sites in this category
|Narrow Subject||Buddhism , Christianity , Churches & Cathedrals , Ghosts & Hauntings , Paranormal Investigators , Psychics & Mediums , Qigong , Reiki , Spiritual Healing , Tarot Readings , Witchcraft & Pagan |
|Narrow Area||Anglesey (Ynys Mon) , Conwy County , Denbighshire , Gwynedd , Wrexham County , Wales General |
|Widen Subject||Art & Culture / Spiritual|
|Widen Area||Wales / North Wales|
Absent Healing and Hands on Healing are the main services offered. Though healergeorge is well known for his knowledge of Yoga and Guided meditations. He has published a number of ebooks and is well know at the Mind, Body and Spirit fairs in Wales and the North of England. Healergeorge is also part of the Humanity\'s Team and organises a number of workshops which include Yoga, Meditation and Healing. He has produced Guided Meditation CD on Healing and weight balancing.
Hafan Shaolin Cymru
Based in Ruabon, Wrexham, Hafan Shaolin Cymru offers Gung Fu and Qi Gong training for both adults and children. Hafan Shaolin Cymru was set up with the intention of putting roots of Shaolin Gung fu into new ground in North Wales. Following many traditional Shaolin training methods, philosophies, approaches and by applying hard work and perseverance we hope that the roots will become strongly established and continue to flourish.
The Church of Llanaber and St. Bodfan
St Bodfan\'s Church is the finest 13th-century church in Gwynedd. It was built by Hywel ap Gruffudd ap Cynan, a great grandson of Owain Gwynedd who became overlord of this part of Meirionnydd in 1202 but was dead by 1216. The church houses the Llanaber stones dating from the late 5th-early 6th century AD.
Christian Farm Holidays
Retaining its traditional characteristics, part of Hendre Eirian farmhouse has been converted into a homely self-catering getaway ideally suited for up to 5 people plus baby. Delightfully situated in the Snowdonia National Park, this 18th century farmhouse nestles in a peaceful setting in its 300 acres of land.
Llangelynin Church and Holy Well.
The site of the old church is high above the Conwy valley, in the shelter of Tal y Fan. Several footpaths converge here. For many years these would have been the main routes between the Conwy valley and the settlements over the hills in Penmaenmawr and west toward Caernarfon and Anglesey. Today you will find walkers enjoying the easy terrain provided by the rolling hills en route to sites such as Aber Falls.
St Michael\'s Church
Built in the 14th century, St Michael\'s Church is the oldest building in Betws-y-Coed, and is located on the banks of the River Conwy. Replaced by the parish church of St Mary\'s in 1873, St Michael\'s lay slumbering peacefully throughout the twentieth century. But by the early 1990\'s it was in a sorry state, with a leaking roof and associated plaster damage and it was urgently in need of repair work.
Tywyn Baptist Church
We are a small Baptist Church situated in the High Street of Tywyn, a seaside town on the coast of Wales. We are surrounded by the beautiful countryside of the Snowdonia National Park which enables us daily to appreciate the wonder of God\'s creation.
St. Mary\'s Cathedral, Wrexham
Saint Mary\'s Catholic Cathedral, Wrexham, North Wales - Newsletter containing times of Masses, History and useful links.
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