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- Women's residential workshop
Women's residential workshop
A residential weekend workshop for women.
Change and transition with Lotta Kitchen, Lora Wignall, and Pom Eaton.
Friday-Sunday, 20-22 March 2020.
Change and transition is an inherent and ongoing experience, from the moment of birth through to death. Change is an external event and an internal process, for example becoming a parent, experiencing the loss of a loved one, ageing, or a new beginning. How we orientate ourselves and respond to change now is rooted in what we learned as we grew up, and the survival strategies we developed in order to feel safe and secure.
In this workshop, we will explore our relationship to change and transition through personal reflection, group work, and creative, formative, and somatic expression. We will develop our understanding of how we can impact our experience of change and learn to respond to ourselves more effectively.
A residential workshop is a unique and often profound experience, where, within a safe and supportive environment, the group can be a catalyst for sharing, participating, learning, and growing.
This is the last residential that we will be running.
The workshop will be held at Gayles retreat centre, five miles from Eastbourne, and will run from 6 pm on Friday 20 March until 3 pm on Sunday 22 March. There are a limited number of early bird places at £395 if booked before 10 January 2020. The cost for bookings thereafter is £420. The cost includes all meals and accommodation.
To book a place or to find out more, please contact Pom Eaton on 07794 754 871, Lotta Kitchen on 07764 760 931, or Lora Wignall on 07742 809 979.
Pom, Lora, and Lotta are all therapists accredited and trained at Spectrum, 7 Endymion Road, London, N4 1EE.
About Lotta Kitchen
Pom, Lora and Lotta are all therapists accredited and trained at Spectrum, 7 Endymion Road, London N4 1EE. Lora and Lotta are current practitioners at Spectrum whilst Pom left Spectrum at the end of 2018 to set up her independent practice in London.
They have previously run residential workshops for women and this will be their 8th.