The Hamblin Trust is a registered charity (reg no: 1133567) situated in Bosham, Sussex and was created in 1960. It aims to improve the health and wellbeing of its members and the wider community through workshops, publications, classes and talks on wellbeing and spirituality. A wide selection of holistic teachers and practitioners make use of Hamblin Hall, the treatment rooms and meditation sanctuary.
Our educational activities help people to live in a more holistic and harmonious way, learning to align ourselves with nature, our inner being and the world around us.
We have recently introduced 3 brand new self catering holiday lodges so people can stay with us to experience the beautiful grounds and activities at the Trust or merely use them as a base for exploring the village of Bosham and the many attractions in and around Chichester and West Sussex. OUR ACTIVITIES Activities run by the Trust and other teachers include:
Public talks and presentations – ask for our programme leaflet for more information
Complementary therapies, including massage, bodywork, life coaching and counselling
Yoga and pilates classes
Film nights offering inspirational, educational and uplifting films
Meditation and mindfulness
Taster therapies as part of the monthly health group
Health talks by various complementary therapists (includes Homeopathy, Kinesiology, Feldenkrais, Psychotherapy, Thai Massage, Ayurvedic Medicine)
Sounding workshops and sound baths
Zen philosophy and meditation
The Trust also publishes the New Vision magazine, sells a range of books on spiritual matters, many written by Henry Thomas Hamblin himself, and maintains a small library of books. For more information about The Trust and what is taking place visit The Hamblin Trust website.