Get Wise, Get Creative!
A Transformational 5 day Retreat
at the magnificent
with Malcolm Stern & Sarah Warwick
Broughton Hall Estate in Yorkshire
A unique opportunity to spend five days over Easter at this historic country house and spa, set in 3000 acres of stunning nature, with state-of-the-art facilities.
In response to the challenging times we are now living in, we are offering a dynamic and creative exploration into the essence of who we are, with the aim of helping participants to thrive in the face of adversity.
In this retreat we will create a safe and supportive community in which to explore the simple yet profound skills that will equip us in navigating the unknown path we find ourselves on. We will be teaching therapeutic and creative practices and encouraging each other to bring forth our gifts of imagination and innate knowing.
We will learn to listen and reflect for ourselves and each other, find ways to live in greater integrity, and ultimately to connect with the wisdom that lives inside each one of us.
We will navigate from the humdrum to the sublime as we access our soul purpose and dive into the wellspring of our creativity.
Malcolm will work in his inimitable and brilliant way as mentor and therapist, offering daily group sessions which will include psychodrama and Gestalt practices.
Sarah will be bringing her unique talents as someone who has lived her life immersed in music, art and healing, inspiring our journey with creativity and song, and helping us to connect with our inner wisdom and guidance.
The creative practices will include conscious writing, sound meditation, the magic of mantra, and mandala making.
The 17 bedrooms are all wonderfully furnished, and each with its own character.
The wood-paneled Victorian Oak Room, the quirkiness of the Old Nursery, the elegance of Portico, and the regal grandeur of the North Room are just a few examples.
The deluxe rooms are extra special with four-poster beds, huge bathrooms, and stunning views. If need be we will also have use of beautiful cottages on site.
You will have time to relax and explore the diverse and magical nature within the 3000 acre Broughton Hall Estate.
Broughton Hall is full of quirky and pleasurable things to do!
A deposit of £350 per person is required. This is non-returnable, but it is transferable should you not be able to come, and if you can find someone to take your place.
Remainder of fee is payable by 15th February 2023.
Email email@example.com, stating which kind of room you would like. Payment details will be sent on booking.
From 2pm on Friday 7th April 2023
The group will meet at 4pm
3pm on Tuesday 11th April 2023
Fees & Accommodation
Fees are based on two people sharing, and are inclusive of all meals, accommodation, workshops and activities.
Standard Rooms: £995 per person
Deluxe Rooms: £1250 per person
Super Deluxe Rooms: £1500 per person
Single Room Supplement: £250
The nearest train station is Skipton, 3 miles away. Trains run frequently from Skipton Station to all parts of the UK. There is a taxi rank at the station and the ride to Broughton Hall takes about 10 minutes.
The postcode for Broughton Hall is BD23 3AE.
During your stay you will have also have the opportunity to experience:
a fire ceremony with drummIng, singing, hot chocolate, and toasted marshmallows
relaxing in the spa
walking in stunning nature
Realign and nurture your mind, body, and spirit with stunning nature, inspirational workshops, delicious and nutritious plant-based meals, fun and laughter, and a deep connection with yourself and like-minded others.
You can't use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.
- Maya Angelou
This event will be jointly facilitated by
Malcolm has worked as a group and individual psychotherapist for more than 30 years and runs groups internationally.
He has lived a swashbuckling life sailing on the Rainbow Warrior, working with trauma, teaching worldwide, and being educated by the suicide of his oldest daughter Melissa. His book Slay Your Dragons With Compassion has been endorsed by Eckhart Tolle, Jack Kornfield and Elizabeth Gilbert, and is a legacy of his life's journey and learning.