Half Day Silent Retreats
“When you become aware of silence, immediately there is that state of inner still alertness. You are present. You have stepped out of thousands of years of collective human conditioning.” - Eckhart Tolle
In our life we are frequently operating in a doing mode, often multi-tasking which can feel like we are chasing to catch our breath. This pace can often be relentless, whereby we are constantly wired and plugged in, struggling to switch off. This can have a negative impact on our ability to be present in our lives.
Our wellbeing, relationships and our performance at work and play can all be affected, bringing added suffering both physically and mentally.
Our retreats aims to provide you with an oasis of silence, comfort and calm. Allowing you a breathing space to unplug and reset. Retreats can assist us to feel our way back home, to a sense of being grounded and balanced. They can also reignite or deepen our mindfulness practice.
The 4-hour silent retreat is structured to allow you to immerse yourself in mindful compassionate presence. Tina and Barb provide a gentle flow of led compassion-based mindfulness practices. In amongst this structure is the quiet freedom to move in and out of the garden and the practices themselves as you need to ensure the morning meets your needs and is nourishing for the body, mind and heart.
Time: 9.00am - 1.00pm
Venue: Sophia Centre, 225 Cross Rd Cumberland Park, SA 5041
Cost: Full fee $50 (thank you for supporting concession places)
Concession $40 (we're glad you can come along)
Past participants $40 (welcome back)
- Herbal teas and morning tea are all provided.
- A retreat session is included in the course fee for all MSC programs.
- Upon registration a reminder follow up email will also be sent out one week before hand.
To make an enquiry please contact Tina:
Retreat days for 2018 at Sophia.
6th October - Please note Barb Hancock is away for this retreat so Tina will be co-leading it with another MSC Teacher
Retreat days for 2019 at Sophia.
Details coming soon
I close my eyes and sigh, and here I am lying in the hammock in my heart.
Moving gently, with the soft air of my breath.
When I fall from my head past my words,
I’m caught lovingly by the hammock of my heart and rocked to its rhythmic beat.
It is my peace, my rest, my quiet,
cradled in the hammock of my heart.
It is constant; it is safe to be held in the hammock of my heart.
No place to go
Nothing to do
Nobody to please
It is my altar, my blessing, my balm, here in the hammock of my heart.
- Jane O’Shea
Adelaide Mindfulness - Retreat Days: Compassion-Based Mindfulness Programs, Workshops and Individual Sessions