Who am i?
06 - 07 June 2020
(Sorry this retreat is now full)
Virtual retreat programme.
07:30 Mindful movement
Guest speaker and share
11:30 Breathwork Workshop
13:00 Group share and closing
13:30 End of day one
07:30 Mindful movement
09:00 Recap with Q&A
10:30 Creative workshop
11:30 Facilitated group share
13:00 Integration and closing
13:30 End of day two
There will be a maximum of 12 participants in each retreat.
Ahead of the retreat, a recommended reading list will be provided.
At the end of day one, participants will be provided with a workbook, to help with process and reflection.
To find out more about the workshop modules, read this article published on our journal.
2 Day Virtual Retreat £350pp
Subsidies are available upon request
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Who am i? A retreat series exploring identity as a gay man.
Find out more here.
Our trusted team.
Throughout the duration of the retreat, you’ll work in close collaboration with each of the team members, in respect of their given workshop. There will be a lead figure present throughout, whose role will alternate as facilitator and supervisor of each workshop. They will not be offering any counselling or diagnoses, relating to psychological issues that attendees may be experiencing throughout the retreat. In the case of significant distress, additional or subsequent support will be sign-posted or referred as required.
About our approach.
It’s important to state that we are not a rehabilitation or intervention centre. Nor are we providing one-on-one medical or psychological advice. We would highly recommend individuals with concerns relating to pre-existing mental health conditions, substance misuse and related disorders to seek immediate professional help. We are certainly not providing a ‘cure’, and this isn’t a therapy session. We are however offering a safe space to get curious, open up and discuss with others, aspects of your life you’re finding challenging. This isn’t bootcamp either. But it also isn’t going to be easy. To get the most out of it is going to require work, commitment and an open attitude. We won’t be telling you to quit your job or become a spiritual healer. We won’t be telling you anything in fact. We are purely laying out some alternative routes of investigation. The actions you take and the changes you make will be your choice.
Your safety is our main priority. For this reason we will need to ask participants for some personal medical information, before we can confirm your place on the workshop. These are standard questions, there to protect your safety and everyone else involved. This information will only be shared on a need to know basis and will be GDPR compliant. We will also be undertaking other necessary safety measures during and post-retreat.
About the organisers.
Co-founder of Create Space.
“I struggled for many years accepting my own sexuality. Since coming out over 10 years ago, I’ve also battled with mental and physical health challenges, and worked through periods of complete exhaustion. I'm so thankful that I was eventually able to address these issues, and make some important changes in my life.”
Transformational Coach and Events Curator.
“It was in the darkest moments that I discovered the gift of desperation, and with it, eventually came the courage to talk. I wanted to devote my energy and curiosity to help others become more agile and connected emotionally throughout life transitions.”
A bit about Create Space.
We at Create Space organise bespoke retreat and workshop experiences in the UK, Europe and online.
Our unique transformational programmes are designed to inspire, empower, and build a more supportive, creative community. We want our guests to leave excited to continue on their own path of self-discovery, self-care and with a deeper connection to what’s meaningful to them.