Individual retreat

Hosted by Robbie Breadon

We are offering tailored retreats for individuals – these will include an initial exploratory
discussion to identify your needs and create a plan for the retreat. Your stay might vary from three to seven days. A short retreat could be organised before or after another event.

Your individual programme could include:

  • reflective time alone
  • guided processes on the land
  • river time
  • sessions of body therapy or eco-therapy
  • gardening
  • walking
  • art and other creative activities

You can choose as much one-to-one support as you need.

The individual retreat is very adaptable to your needs. We are particularly interested in supporting:

  • Anyone who feels they will benefit from reflective time away in a relaxing rural environment with a mix of time alone and tailored professional support.
  • Caring professionals (counsellors, psychotherapists, social workers, GP’s nurses and holistic health practitioners)  who may wish to take time out for a reflective retreat to get perspective on their working life.
  • Caring professionals (as above) who are experiencing degrees of burnout and need a supported and self-focused retreat to establish new patterns of self-care and support.
  • People who are facing major transitions in their personal or professional life.
  • Environmental or social activists who need time out in a supportive community.
  • Artists and writers who need time in a new environment to focus on or to reinvigorate their practice.

To show your interest in this retreat, and make it happen for yourself and others, please either comment below or go to this private registration of interest form I AM INTERESTED.


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3 thoughts on “Individual retreat

  1. Naomi Watt

    Sounds great! Maybe something that could bookend another Retreat to make a longer visit (even) more worth the travel? 🙂

    1. commongroundni Post author

      Hi Naomi – yes we are looking at lots of ways of ‘bookending’ activities so that people travelling will travel from a distance and have enough time to make the most of the visit. RB


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