'Winter Space' - a mindful and therapeutic retreat for reflection and development
This 'Winter Space' workshop is aimed at professionals and others who engage with people on a regular basis, and who would like to recharge and reconnect with themselves to deepen their self-awareness and plan for the future.
Winter is the season in which we see more clearly the structure and shape of things in nature. This workshop will explore a parallel process in ourselves. It offers the opportunity to examine and reflect on your life, including your work life, to identify scope for transformation and plan for the changes you may wish to make. Using Tofte Manor’s beautiful grounds and rooms, our venue offers the capacity to work both in groups and as individuals, spending time outside as well as indoors. Utilising coaching, counselling and mindfulness, this workshop aims to provide space to refocus and consider what you would like to do to enrich your life during the year ahead.
In a series of four seasonal workshops, each individual retreat day will bring awareness to one of the senses. This sensory focus will support delegates tuning in to the natural world. The first workshop, 'Winter Space', will focus on the sense of sight to facilitate a sharper nature connection. We will explore questions like: ‘How do you see yourself?', 'What are you blind to, within yourself?', 'What is your vision for yourself in the future?’. We will turn to our visual exploration of the outdoor environment to observe the winter world as we glimpse and crystallise our insights too.
Practicalities: Although the weather may be cold and unpredictable, a key aspect of our workshop will be working outside. Amongst the grounds at Tofte Manor is found a calm and perfect space to tune back into yourself and into nature. Please come prepared for the weather and to walk outside - not always on hard paths! Finally, the sensory experience that will be a feature across all four workshops will be taste, and so, you can expect seasonal, tasty food and drinks.
Pricing: The cost of this Workshop, which is limited to 15 participants, is £195 with an early-bird discount of £165 if booked by 23 November 2018.
Food and refreshments are included in the fee.
To book or for further information: please contact Margaret on 07799 661 995 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Margaret Walsh
Margaret Walsh and Katharine Peel are the facilitators. Margaret is a qualified psychotherapist, coach and supervisor who looks to integrate nature into her work to deepen connections to self. Katharine is a qualified Mindfulness Coach and mental health first aid instructor, committed to helping people to find and trust what lies within.