The Pause Retreats are three and five day retreats in the UK and Bali, led by Danielle Marchant who founded The Pause after recovering from her own experience of burn out several years ago.
Our bodies and minds have funny ways of telling us it’s time to slow down. As much as we want to believe we are superwomen and can take on the world, we’re not robots!
If you feel like you need to breathe, to stop and take stock, to get back to yourself The Pause is the place for you.
The Pause offers something for everyone, from one-day workshops in London and Singapore, to three or five day retreats in Berkshire, Cornwall and Bali.
The Instant Pause is a one-day workshop, for busy people who want to get a handle on their hectic lives.
Maybe you’ll feel inspired by The Wild Pause, a weekend adventure to free your soul.
The Deep Pause 3 and 5-day retreats, offers space and time for your mind and body to breathe. A place you can escape to when there is nowhere else to turn.
The Transformational Pause, a minimum 12-month programme dedicated to radically transforming your outer world by firstly transforming your inner world.
The Sacred Pause, a five-day, luxury spiritual retreat on the beautiful island of Bali.
Either way, it’s good to take a minute (or a week!) for yourself, to slow down and hear what life is trying to tell you.
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Receive a 10% discount on your chosen 2016 retreat (UK based retreat only) by quoting this code when booking: PAUSEWATC
Danielle is an international board level coach, consultant and facilitator, with more than 10 years experience working with people in over 20 different countries. She is one of 200 coaches in the UK to hold the ICF PCC accreditation, and was the Asia MD of both a pioneering coaching company (Coach In A Box) and an award-winning consultancy (Bridge Partnerships). After recovering from her own enforced pause she set about creating The Pause, a series of retreats, workshops and coaching for people on the brink of burnout. Danielle understands that in an age of constant movement, nothing is more essential than slowing down to press pause.