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I am launching a new series of workshops and retreats held in inspirational settings this autumn. Under the banner of Inner Landscapes these opportunities are designed for people who want to take some time out for personal development.

Now and again, we can all benefit from time and a little space to reflect on where we are going in life. Perhaps we need help with life’s decisions, have gone through change or upheaval, or feeling that life has lost some of it’s sparkle. Even where no significant life events trigger it, the need to withdraw and plan our next steps can be brought on us by the daily demands of our lives and work.

The first event entitled Find Your Bearing; Reorient Your Life will be held on 22nd August at In East Sussex. For just £80.00 (The early-bird until 10/08, , full price after that £99.00), we’ll combine facilitated workshops at a luxury venue with walks and reflection in the beautiful Cuckmere Valley.

Each event is carefully designed to help clarify thinking, rediscover purpose and find inspiration. As well as refreshing your ideas, you’ll leave with a set of simple ways to keep the personal development process going.

Join us for this inaugural event and discover a fresh sense of purpose and a shared…

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