|Dates||9 - 14 August, 2022|
|Times||Arrival: 3/4pm 09 August | Departure: 1pm 14 August|
|Venue||Kench Hill Centre, Appledore Road, Tenterden, Kent, TN30 7DG|
|Cost (including accommodation) is on a sliding scale 1% of annual household income up to maximum of £800. There is a non-returnable deposit of 5% of your fee when you apply. This is deducted from the final cost. We never turn people away due to lack of funds.|
Our retreat teachers and mentors are senior experts in their fields, drawing on decades of experience of mindfulness and working with youth from different backgrounds. Our young person to staff ratio ensures that everyone receives exceptional support and mentoring. The iBme faculty beleive in supporting everyone to find the unique approach that works for them and we devote ourselves to creating a truly unique and safe container for all to be welcomed, be real, and be accepted — and have some fun (yeah, we do that too). The skills and experiences that young people gain on retreat are unparalleled and go on to support them throughout the rest of their lives.
What will I learn and experience?
- New tools for navigating stress, anxiety and difficult emotions
- Practices for developing wellbeing and resilience
- Workshops for exploring creativity and nature connection
- Movement, yoga, music and dance
- Meaningful and authentic community connection
We are committed to accessibility and creating vibrant community enviornments. iBme welcomes and celebrates human diversity in all forms regardless of race, color, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, ability, personal appearance, or religious/spiritual affiliation.
Mindfulness creates a foundation for challenging racism, discrimination and conversations that support understanding to deepen our connection to one another.
We have developed our tuition structure to accommodate a wide range of family income.