A Weekend Retreat for Coaches, Coach Supervisors, Leaders and People Professionals
On Friday 23rd to Sunday 25thof September 2016
at Tofte Manor, Souldrop Lane, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire, MK44 1HH
In community we gather to harvest our year’s riches, sort our wheat from the chaff, and prepare our ground for the new seasons ahead
Join us for the Coaching Supervision Academy’s first retreat for coaches, coaching supervisors, leaders and people professionals!
Our Weekend Retreat is an invitation for you to focus on the YOU who can get lost in the busyness of life and work. The Retreat has been designed as a special time and space for YOU to reflect, refresh and refocus with like-minded professionals. A time and a space for YOU to relax, ponder and wonder against the backdrop of the Autumn Equinox and luxury of Tofte Manor in service of the work you love to do and for the person you want to be. This is YOUR time to gather your own harvest, to sort the wheat from the chaff, to nourish, resource and cultivate your ground, and to reimagine new possibilities and horizons for the months ahead.
Your retreat will be hosted by Karyn Prentice and Elaine Patterson. Karyn and Elaine will facilitate the Retreat with a light touch and through an eclectic mix of personal reflection, guided meditations, walks, journaling, yoga, creative exercises, camp fires, community conversation, companionship and generous hospitality. The Retreat is eligible for 15 hours CPD.
Our home for the weekend is the exclusive use of the inspirational seventeenth century Tofte Manor set in its own grounds.
Tofte Manor with its labyrinth, sanctuary, sitting rooms, log fires, courtyards and rolling gardens provides the perfect canvas for our work together.
Tofte Manor is 60 miles north of London and is easily accessible by car, train or plane. Find out more about beautiful Tofte Manor by visiting their website www.toftemanor.co.uk
Guests are welcome to arrive from 2.00pm on Friday 23rd September. The Retreat will close at 3.00pm on Sunday 25th September 2016. Full Joining Instructions will be sent out In July 2016.
Karyn Prentice is Assistant Director for Training, Coaching Supervision Academy. Karyn is an accredited Coach with Association for Coaching, a member of ICF and an Accredited Coach Supervisor with CSA since 2008. She is in the frontline teaching team at CSA co-facilitating in London, Seattle and France and works bilingually. She is one of the authors of ‘Full Spectrum Supervision’ published September 2013. Karyn is a UKCP accredited transpersonal psychotherapist and mindfulness teacher. She is particularly drawn to the Mother Nature as a source of inspiration and teacher in her life and her practice.
Elaine Patterson is an international Master Coach, Accredited Coach Supervisor and writer. She is also the Coaching Supervision Academy’s Director: Creative Development. Elaine’s passion is to bring the humanizing, energizing and creative power of reflection to leaders, people professionals and development practitioners everywhere for courageous, compassionate, courageous and ethical practice. Elaine takes her inspiration from her love of the arts, history, mediation, writing, poetry and Nordic
Eligible for 15 hours CPD
Costs are inclusive of bed and breakfast, coffees, teas, lunches, and dinners, materials and exclusive use of all of the House and its gardens.
For bookings before the 28th February 2016
£485 Discounted rate for CSA Accredited Graduates
£499 Discounted rate for CSA Graduates or CSA Diploma Students
£550 Full price
For Bookings From 1st March 2016
£510 Discounted rate for CSA Accredited Graduates
£525 Discounted rate for CSA Graduates or CSA Diploma Students
£580 Full price
To book your place please email Carol Walton at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the link below
£150 deposit secures your place.
- VAT is not payable
- £40 reduction if you want to share a twin room and please state on booking. We will consult on matching!
- CPD Certificates will be provided
- Please let us know if you have any special dietary requirements when booking
- Please note: There is some shared use of bathrooms in the main house (one bathroom between two rooms) due to planning restrictions on the Manor. However, the rooms in the Manor are all stunning and all have washstands. If you would prefer ensuite in the Courtyard please state on booking and the ensuites will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
“What are you planting today to harvest tomorrow?”