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Forthcoming Events


Natural Wisdom Programme 2019

with Ian Watson at Dartington Hall,  

Winter – 24th and 25th January 2019

Spring – 4th and 5th April 2019

Summer – 27th and 28th June 2019

Autumn – 3rd and 4th October 2019

A two day retreat in each of the seasons (four in total), creating the space and inspiration to understand the principles that underpin our human nature, enabling us to rest in our true nature of peace, wisdom and wellbeing.

“The magic and power of nature is that it can stop our busy mind in its tracks and bring us into the stillness and beauty of the moment.”

More information can be found here: –



The Circle 

Dartington Hall,  Monthly from January 2019

A monthly gathering of feminine wisdom. A coming together, in community, to point in the direction of our innate health, through love and an understanding of the inside-out nature of our human experience.

Each month we will make space for each other, connecting heart to heart and sharing our true selves through conversation, meditation and nature.

For more details and an informal chat contact


Autumn Renewal Retreat

with Sue Quigley, Lamorna, Cornwall 

Monday 7th October – Friday 11th October 2019

In October I am co hosting a retreat for women who want to experience their own innate deep connection to nature and their inner spark.

This is a retreat in all senses of the word – set in ancient fairy wood grounds in the beautiful Lamorna in Cornwall.

If you want to experience going off grid a little and spending time with yourself, this is for you. As well as guided work and shared experiences there will be time on your own for reflection and contemplation.

If you are looking for an intimate retreat experience with just 8 participants and beautiful accommodation, nourishing food, surrounded by nature then email Clare – for more information.




Wellbeing Ambassador Training

with Clare Tanner, Liz Scott, Stuart Newberry and Dr Rani Bora in Plymouth

9th and 10th of February 2019

Would you like to gain a deeper sense of your own resilience and wellbeing so that you can support others to connect with theirs?

Would you like to support others to feel more connected to themselves, their lives and their work and have more meaningful relationships with the people around them?

Would you like to be involved in a pioneering programme that focuses on the prevention of mental health and the promotion of self-care and wellbeing in our South West communities

We are looking for Wellbeing Ambassadors. These are people that are inspired to reach out and support others and to help people get back in touch with who they truly are.

Would you like to become a Wellbeing Ambassador?

If you’re interested in becoming a Wellbeing Ambassador then you might be eligible for some sponsored training. 

To find out more details and how you can apply, email Clare:



What others say about the impact of our programmes and training in their lives…..


“This course has had a significant impact upon me personally in terms of my own wellbeing, self-awareness and relationships; this can only be a positive thing for me and as a leader in my organisation”

‘As a coach I talk less in sessions – I am more comfortable in the quiet and I have definitely moved more towards a position of supporting the other person to explore their own solutions or strategies rather than me advising or suggesting”

“Loved ones have noted a positive tangible change in me, my perception of myself and how I deal with situations, and are curious about how my thinking has changed – so I am able to share my understanding with them”

” In the workplace I notice that colleagues are approaching me more frequently to talk through issues/concerns, and I am far more aware of my own judgements and assumptions, making it easier for me to set these aside and simply hold space for another person”



On the basis that a picture tells a thousand words………

Delegates rolling down the grass bank at a recent training event!










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