Exploring the Enneagram I Retreat
- Friday 31st October 2025 – Sunday 2nd November, 2025
- £449 per person
- Full Board
- Retreat Facilitator: Cathy Brown
Within our daily lives, we can find ourselves being busy, with time passing quickly, responding to the expectations of others and ourselves. Often, we can lose our sense of self, and feel out of sorts. On occasions, we may experience some anxiety, and sense that we aren’t progressing or growing.
Going on a retreat is an opportunity to slow down and re-connect with ourselves. It is from this place, our true self, that we can draw upon insights, and grow psychologically and spiritually, supporting us along our own path. With origins in ancient wisdom and teachings of mathematicians, philosophers and theologists, the Enneagram provides a psychological and spiritual lens for our personal growth.
As a word, Enneagram comes from the Greek Ennea, which means ‘nine’ and Gram, which means ‘written’ or ‘drawn’. Represented as a geometric figure, the Enneagram points to nine psychological archetypes (types), or different ways of relating or reacting to the world. As a doorway to self-discovery and self-awareness, it is a powerful tool for transformation that can replenish our spiritual energy by helping us to reconnect with our true self, our most authentic way of being.
‘Exploring the Enneagram I’ Rydal Hall retreat is for anyone of us who is:
• New to the Enneagram who is curious about how it can support our personal growth
• Tired and wanting to break free of old, repeated patterns of behaviour
• Sensing that there is more to learn and is intuitively drawn to the Enneagram
• Open to growing spiritually and is wanting to connect with our true essence
• Drawn to slowing down, and experiencing the beauty and joy that life offers
• Studying, working, or not working
Retreat facilitator: Dr Cathy Brown
Cathy is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist who runs her own organisational development consultancy (www.evolve.eu.com) where she works with individuals, teams and business to manage transitions and change. Within her areas of expertise, she writes books (under the brand Testing the Water®), articles, speaks at conferences and is a guest lecturer on Masters courses at several universities. More latterly, she has been awarded a PhD within field of career mobility. Cathy is an Integrative Enneagram Solutions practitioner. In addition, Cathy helps to give challenged individuals a helping hand through life transitions (www.evolvetransitiontrust.org). Clients describe Cathy as being warm, empathetic and authentic that enables them to learn and grow.
For more information about the retreat please read the enclosed flyer. If you have any questions, please contact Cathy Brown at email@example.com
To book on the retreat please call Rydal Hall reception 015394 – 32050 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . To secure your booking, a £50 (including VAT) deposit (non-refundable and non-transferable) is required at the time of booking. Full payment is required six weeks before the retreat. Cancellation charges: less than six weeks before arrival - 100%.