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Small-group workshops and retreats offer you an immersive and transformational experience.

Rest, recharge, and replenish.

Leave behind whatever skin or chrysalis you need to shed.

Take with you new tools, inspiration, and strategic how-to for the path of being 100% You.

Friday night retreats

During these short, evening retreats I lead you through meditation, energy management, and regrounding techniques. Shed the stresses of your week, wind down for the weekend, and recharge.

If you’ve been meaning to get around to meditating for ages, and keep not doing it, this is for you!

This retreat is more than meditation alone: coming together in a group, sharing and listening to one another’s experiences, and working in the magic that groups give rise to, you’ll reconnect more deeply with a greater humanity, too.

I’ve been working with meditation for more 20 years, leading students and experienced meditators in meditation. I’m experienced in the more unusual sides of meditation, intuition, and emotion/energy experiences, and shares my expertise and guidance with retreatants and 1:1 private clients.

Whether you’re a novice or experienced meditator, you’ll come away from this evening retreat feeling relaxed, refreshed and re-set.

This retreat is shaped by and tailored for those present, so that the pointers given are drawn from your experience, your challenges and your energy. You’ll receive crafted and practical guidance for maximum results – now and for your future.

That was amazing! You were so calming and present and a really thorough description and practice of what to do. I feel totally different!

I truly enjoyed it… I feel a lot more energetic this week.

Sue is not at all airy-fairy, is very grounded and down to earth, as well as bringing a very calm presence to the retreat.

If someone has no experience with meditation and they are curious to start somewhere, the techniques you shared are a very good start. At the same time they are powerful and sustainable.

Thank you for the little chat about Zoom calls at the beginning.  I find them quite intense sometimes and it was nice to not feel too much pressure to always keep the video/sound on.

 I felt much calmer straight away, then had loads of energy for the rest of the day.  It was a good introduction to meditation, and it was nice to have some quick techniques to feel more grounded again.

What we do

Never been to an online retreat before?

Here’s how you do it.

Make yourself a nice cup of tea, coffee, hot chocolate.

Sit down with your drink, and maybe a tasty biscuit, in a quiet, comfy spot at home.

Log in to the retreat’s private Zoom room.

Join a bunch of lovely meditation-oriented random strangers from the internet in the shared experience of meditating together.

Savour the surprising depth of connection you get with the people through your screen.

As you meditate along to the guided instructions, allow your focus to come back, your calm to reappear, and your energy to charge up.

All in a warm and supportive atmosphere that helps you explore and go deeper in your meditation.

With time and space for introductions, meditation, Q&A, break-out groups, and time to reflect and absorb, each retreat is a unique microcosm of meditating and human experience.

Will you be part of the next one?

Dates not working for you?

Send me your name and email using this form.

I’ll make sure you get notified of the next retreats coming up!

Previous retreats

A theme arises out of each retreat depending on who’s there and what we all need. Here are a few recent retreats and their themes:

  • Friday 28th August 2020: Strength, rootedness, and flexibility, variations on a theme of Bamboo
  • Friday 10th July 2020: Reconnecting with fun and silliness (when you’re responsible for a whole lot of stuff)
  • Wednesday 27th May 2020: Intuition and Meditation
  • Thursday 30th April 2020: Meditation, Grounding and Centering

I’ve also led a decent handful of in-person retreat and meditation-related workshop afternoons, weekend days, and weekends over the last 10 years.

I enjoy Sue’s very practical metaphors, which insinuate themselves like climbing anchors on a rock-face, as well as her humor, professionalism and openness.

Sue is not only incredibly smart and intuitive, but also unusually kind and generous.

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