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Rajab Winter Retreat 2023

Taking place in Buckinghamshire, U.K., join us on our therapeutic three-day Winter Retreat in the blessed month of Rajab, where sisters can find healing, reconnecting with themselves and with Allah, in the beautiful spaces and grounds of St Katherine's Parmoor.

With group therapy, one-to-one sessions with qualified therapists and time for reflection and prayer.

 

We look forward to welcoming you!

13th-15th February 2023
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Accommodation

Set in the stunning Buckinghamshire countryside, St. Katherine's is a dedicated retreat centre, mostly hosting prayer and meditation retreats. It is comfortable and homely with a fascinating history. 

Simple but tasty meals are made at St. Katherines which are all halal. 

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Therapy

There are four group therapy sessions and a one to one personal integrative arts therapy session with our trained psychotherapists and counsellors. All within an Islamic framework.

About the Retreat

Spiritually reconnect

We do group prayers, dhikr and Maulid as well as Islamic meditation to deepen our spiritual practise

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Activities

There is also a programme of connecting with nature, art activities, meditation and Tai Chi as well as enough personal time for rest and relaxation.

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The Venue
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The retreat takes place in the historic house of St. Katherine's Parmoor. This house has an interesting history and is owned by the Sue Ryder fellowship. It is a dedicated retreat centre for prayerful groups and has a wonderfully peaceful atmosphere. 

It is set in beautiful grounds, ancient trees and it's own resident peacock!

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Accommodation

You can choose from three types of rooms: 

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Twin room with en suite wc & shower.

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Double bed in double room with en suite wc & shower.

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Single room with sink and shared bathroom. Disabled access. 

Meet The Team

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Yasmin

Yasmin is the retreat organiser and is an integrative arts therapist. She also teaches Tai Chi and Meditation

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Hana

Hana is a professional artist and Islamic healer.

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Jumana

Jumana is an intregrative arts therapist and professional storyteller.

Massages by Serenity Wellbeing

A range of massages available to book on the retreat including full body, head and shoulders, Indian head massage, reflexology and Hopi candles.

Prices

Twin room - £410 (per person)

Single room - £450 

Double room - £490

We try to keep the costs as low as possible as we believe everyone should have an opportunity to  go on a retreat. If you have trouble paying, we may be able to offer concessions. Please follow the concession link in the FAQs page. 

Prices includes:

 

Three days, two nights accommodation

Personal 1:1 therapy session

Group sessions 

Art Activities

Group prayers

Meditation

Tai Chi

Dhikr & Maulid 

Halal meals 

Nature walks

Massages are also available on request. 

Have any questions?

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Alhumdulillah, with the blessings of Allah

WHAT SISTERS SAID ABOUT THE PAST RETREATS

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You emerge a different person. Definitely worth every woman to experience at least once in their life. Brilliant at accomodating people experiencing any difficulty.

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A spiritual retreat to connect with Allah and Rasulullah (s.a.w.) A must, as it helps with reconnecting with self and evaluating owns life/self. It healed wounds for me and brought me nearer an amazing group of sisters.

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A perfect place to unravel thoughts and walkaway with new life tools, greater strength and a refined wider perspective