1st October 10:00am – 5:00 pm (doors open 9:30 am)
How to live more, worry less and do what you love.
“Freedom is found within. In the shape of our laughter and the way that we love, in the truths we live by and the stories we become. She is a light heart, a clear head, a gentle smile. She wanders in the landscape of the mind, and nourishes the deepest yearnings of the soul.” – Beth Kempton
This workshop is a soulful awakening to what is possible for your life, and how much power you have to make that happen. It is a true gift to yourself, bringing clarity, confidence and connection.
The truth is, many of us spend our lives seeking other peoples’ permission to live the lives we dream of. In this full day retreat, Beth will show you how to gift yourself that permission, and discover how to fly free whatever life sends your way.
You can expect:
Revealing questions and surprising answers
Fascinating exercises and journaling prompts
Story sharing and deep connection
By the end of the day you will:
Feel restored, energised and free
Have clarity on what you want to invite into your life
Feel confident about navigating the road ahead, through the hard times and the good
“Beth Kempton is the real deal. No fluff, all substance. She will probably change your life. She has changed mine.” Kate Eckman
“Beth offers a complete MOT for the soul. She gives you permission to question everything, follow your intuition, and remember the power of your instincts.” Claire Holgate
“Incredibly inspiring. Genius storytelling.” – Sanderson Jones of The Sunday Assembly
“I’m just blown away by how good this has been for me. I got more clarity than when I’ve been to a therapist.” Ingrid Conde
“Compassionate, genuine, content-rich, inspiring.” Sondra Holzman
“Thanks to you I stepped off the ledge and did something I have been wanting to do for years – and I feel lighter than air.” Christine B
“You’ve inspired me to live more, say yes to more, and open my world up more in the past few weeks than in the past year.” Birgitta Zoutman
“Heard you speak on Saturday. Read your book on Sunday. Quit my job on Monday.” – name withheld
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