ConsciousCafe regular guest speaker Malcolm Stern conducts annual retreats on the Greek island of Skyros at the centre which has been hosting life-changing holidays for 42 years. It famously offers “the holiday you take home with you.” With changes in international travel, his summer retreat is now relocating to Broughton Hall in Yorkshire. It promises to be a staycation with a difference.
Malcolm and his co-facilitator Sarah Warwick will be leading a nourishing and creative retreat experience week designed to help you get closer both to yourself and to others. After 18 months of separation it really is wonderful to do some guided self-exploration in the company of others. Psychotherapist Malcolm, author of ‘Slay Your Dragons’, will be bringing the spirit of the Skyros retreat with its community structures and creativity to Broughton Hall and their transformation space of Avalon at Broughton Hall. The combination of creative sessions and community connection in this special space will be pure heaven. Avalon has been the host for Conscious Cafe Skipton for the last three years.
Here is the link to find out more about Malcolm’s retreat which will start on Monday 9th August for 5 days. Broughton is one of the world’s most beautiful Lighthouses, an incredible centre for transformation created around a stately home set in a 3,000 acres of nature and a 900 year history with the Tempest family stewarding the estate for 32 generations.
You might have seen the actual stately home on a Netflix show or the latest Herriot Yorkshire vet series. It is an incredible venue that I know you will not want to leave. Avalon is a sanctuary dedicated to wellbeing and everything about it supports personal nurturing and exploration for breakthroughs. If you feel the need for that right now then we highly recommend this event with Malcolm and Sarah who will be leading this week of nourishment, self enquiry and deep connection.
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