Meet the teacher – Qualified and Experienced.

30 years experience of meditation.  Trained in UK, America, Phuket and India.

BACP Accredited psychotherapist with over 14-years clinical experience of mental health and wellbeing.

British School of Yoga qualified teacher.

Spent 13-weeks in silent solitary retreat, under guidance, specifically to learn through my own experience the processes and workings of the mind, and the impact of meditation practice so that I can authentically teach others.

Retreats throughout the UK.

Stability of Mind Meditation Retreat.

Stability of mind is a mind in balance – the key to mental freedom.

A mind in balance is strong BUT flexible without strength AND flexibility there is little mental or emotional balance.  A mind not in balance is the basis of dis-ease at all domains of human experience, physical, emotional, and psychological.   A mind in balance is a mind mentally fit and able to work with the challenges and opportunities that life brings.

This retreat offers you the space and guidance to understand and experience the process of meditation providing you with the tools to navigate the ups and downs of daily living.


What does retreat mean?

The origin of the word retreat dates back to c.1300, retrete, meaning “a step backward”. From late c.1400 onwards the word retreat becomes embedded within the military, meaning the act of retiring, withdrawing, or calling back from action or exercise.  From c.1500 its meaning denotes a “a place of seclusion to restore” associated primarily with psychological distress and from 1756 onwards its meaning became synonymous with a period of “retirement for religious self-examination”.

This weekend retreat is an opportunity for you to step away from system overload and technology stimulation to explore the workings of your own mind and learn how to develop greater stability of mind and balance.

An invitation to step away from the busyness – switch the phone off – turn inwards and discover the immense potential of your mind. 

Learning Objectives:

  • To understand the nature of your mind.
  • Learn how to meditate so that you can easily integrate into your daily life.
  • Become aware of the psychological processes that create the mind-states of stress, anxiety and depression.
  • Gain understanding of the power of your thoughts both, positive and negative, that can either keep us stuck or move us forward in life.
  • You will become aware of the limiting beliefs, developed through conditioning and environment, that are holding you back from achieving your full potential.
  • You will develop the tools to work and change these beliefs.