Mindfulness retreats in London

Pure awareness transcends thinking. It allows you to step outside the chattering negative self-talk and your reactive impulses and emotions. It allows you to look at the world once again with open eyes. And when you do so, a sense of wonder and quiet contentment begins to reappear in your life.
— Mark Williams

A retreat is designed deliberately to wake you up and create a space for you to be, rather than support habitual behaviour. As Sharon Salzberg says, “the hardest thing about mindfulness is remembering to do it” - so time on a retreat is like a personal ‘service or MOT’. It can help us reignite our practice and is a place for us to cultivate our personal wellbeing; this helps us to face any potential events or challenges in the year ahead.  

I offer a variety of mindfulness retreats as public courses. These take place in and around London, and range from half-day sessions to a week’s programme. Below you will find a list of the retreats I am currently running this year.

Silence in the City

This is a half-day silent mindfulness retreat that takes place in central London. It is aimed to support alumni of my mindfulness courses to deepen and re-ignite their mindfulness practice.

>> Read more about our 'Silence in the City' retreat.

The Embodied Coach

This 2-day retreat is aimed at ‘professional helpers’ – internal and external coaches, supervisors, facilitators, L&D and HR professionals and leadership consultants. This is not 2 days of therapy or pampering, but time in the company of like-minded professionals, exploring how to develop your presence, self as instrument and self-care, in order to have maximum impact for your clients.

>> Read more about our 'The Embodied Coach' retreat

Mindfully Being

This retreat provides you with the opportunity to explore mindful awareness and how you can integrate this more fully into your own life. Whether you are new to mindfulness, or are looking to reignite your mindfulness practice, these 2 days will provide you with an immersion experience (you could call this a 'personal MOT') to demystify mindfulness and enable you to fully apply these skills within your own context.

>> Read more about our 'Mindfully Being' retreat

More information / get in touch

If you have any queries about our mindfulness retreats, or would like to enquiry about participating, please don't hesitate to get in touch.