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Zen in Ten Luxury Mindfulness Retreat
June 24, 2022 @ 2:00 pm - June 26, 2022 @ 4:00 pm BST
A Glorious Weekend of Mindfulness, Inspiration and Calm…
We have great pleasure in announcing that Neil Seligman’s highly popular Zen In Ten Luxury Mindfulness Retreat is back at Champneys Forest Mere for the sixth consecutive year!
Neil is an International Mindfulness Advocate and Conscious Visionary who made his name as the Founder of a thriving corporate wellbeing consultancy, The Conscious Professional and Author of the ever popular how-to-guides: 100 Mindfulness Meditations (Conscious House 2016) and Conscious Leadership (White Lion Publishing 2019). Neil’s flagship online course Zen in Ten has taught hundreds of the foundations of mindfulness meditation!
This luxury retreat offers you the opportunity to get away from it all and reconnect with yourself, all whilst deepening your practice of mindfulness. Whether you are a complete beginner or an experienced meditator, this retreat will allow you to find inner peace, calm and clarity all whilst enjoying the glorious surroundings of Champneys Forest Mere
Mindfulness helps us to be present, joyful and easeful in our busy lives and is quickly becoming an essential skill for all. With Neil’s expert guidance you will be introduced to the ‘what, why and how’ of mindfulness and most importantly, you will learn how to sustain your own mindfulness practice beyond the retreat.
Over the weekend Neil will teach four tailored mindfulness sessions featuring his signature practices:
– Foundations for Mindfulness Practice
– Mindfulness of the Body and Mind
– Welcoming the Good
– Integrating Mindfulness in Daily Life
*Beginners and all experience levels welcome.
*Neil teaches mindfulness as a secular skill and it is, therefore, suitable for all.
Reviews from previous participants:
‘I would recommend it to my nearest and dearest.’
‘This retreat has brought me back to life’
‘A beautifully deepening experience of the most precious part of me’
‘Neil is an excellent and perceptive teacher.’
‘Nurturing, restorative, it provided guidance and much food for thought, with a gentle, invitational approach that was calming and reassuring.’