Wed 22 September 2021 (10am to 4pm)
This event is full. There is space on the wait list only.
Mindfulness is a form of meditation that enables you to live in the present moment, rather than dwelling in the past or worrying about the future. This guided retreat day offers an introduction to Mindfulness Meditation, blended with a range of creative activities which are designed to help you reconnect with your natural creativity. None of the activities require previous experience or skills, but draw upon your inherent abilities to sense and enjoy the world about you.
Materials and equipment will be provided, but please feel free to bring anything of your own which helps to support your own creativity (for example: camera, diary, sketchbook or notebook). Please bring outdoor clothing so that what ever the weather, you can make the most of Othona’s beautiful location and wonderful grounds. Most important - please bring an open mind and a willingness to play, with ideas and materials.
The retreat is suitable for those new to mindfulness meditation, as well as those wishing to refresh their existing practice. It is also aimed at supporting those who feel they have no creative or artistic abilities, as well as more established artists wishing to explore new avenues for their work or cope with “artists’ block”.
Drinks provided but bring food for shared lunch.
Please book using the 'Book Event' button above.
For more information contact Sue Howse:
Phone: 01308 898337
Sue Howse trained as a Psychotherapist and is an accredited Mindfulness teacher.
Ali Tebbs lives in Bridport and trained as an art teacher, but latterly spent her working life in the administration of education and training.
Arrival + Departure Times
|Arrive between||9.30 - 10.00 am|
|Depart after||4.00 pm|