• Jul 29, 2022 at 4:00pm to Jul 31, 2022 at 3:00pm
  • Location: Sacred Earth, Horam, East Sussex, TN21 9HJ
  • Latest Activity: on Monday


This nurturing retreat will offer you time and space in nature on Sacred Earth's beautiful 40-acre site. The natural world has the power to truly relax and revitalise us, and also acts as a mirror for what is going on inside us. The more closely we connect with the natural world, the more clearly we can understand ourselves. 

Our lives have undergone major changes in the past couple of years. But how many of us have had time to reflect on all that has happened?  So, we will take the time to pause, come into our senses and notice all that is around us.

We will work with the power of nature and the wisdom of the Celts, who understood how nature and its cycles can provide meaning in our lives. As we enter the Celtic festival of Lammas at the time of the new moon, we will focus on the theme of 'first harvest', giving ourselves space to reflect on the 'seeds' we have planted and cultivated in our lives over the last year or so. 

We will celebrate what we have grown so far and take time to dream into what we want to nurture and grow for the future.  We will see how our interior landscape responds to and is influenced by our exterior landscape, and how tuning into the rhythms of the natural world can support us to notice and honour our own internal rhythms. 

You'll experience guided meditations, movement and body practice, sensory activities and mindful walks. There will also be time for journaling and creative activities, including storytelling around the fire.

29th – 31st July 2022

This retreat takes place on the beautiful Sacred Earth land near Horam, East Sussex, and is facilitated by Siân Jones from Wild Gathering CIC and Caroline White from Sussex Mindful Walks.

For more details and booking information please see:  https://eequ.org/experience/1413  OR email Siân on Worthingwellbeing@yahoo.co.uk



1. Sacred Earth is an off grid site, so there is no electricity or running water. We will provide plenty of drinking water and there will be opportunities for wild swimming but please be aware that there are no showers.

2. We have a fully equipped kitchen (with gas burners but no fridge) and four compost toilets for our sole use.

3. We will use the entire site, which consists of 40 acres of woodland, rewilded farmland, meadows and lakes.

4. We will provide your main evening meal on the Saturday night, but ask that you bring your own food for your other meals (you might also want to bring a cool box!)

5. Please bring your own camping gear, torch, chair and clothing suitable for all weathers.

6. You might want to bring a journal, or something to use for writing and drawing.

7. Although meditation and mindfulness can be helpful in managing stress, depression and anxiety, this retreat might not be suitable if you are experiencing major depression or other clinically diagnosed psychiatric illnesses, such as psychosis or current self-harming.

8. This retreat is for all women (as self-identified) aged 18 and above.


This weekend is facilitated by Sian Jones from Wild Gathering CIC and Caroline White from Sussex Mindful Walks and Sacred Earth.  They are both ecotherapists and nature based facilitators.

For more details and to book your place on the weekend you can go to https://eequ.org/experience/1413  or contact Sian on worthingwellbeing@yahoo.co.uk


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