Unity Retreats – next dates: due to circumstances our next Unity Retreat will be in 2021 – subscribe to our newsletter for more information
These Unity Retreats are being developed specifically for those deeply affected by the current plight of humanity, the planet and all sentient life.
We live in very challenging times where there is great inequality, violence, fear and our natural world around is also being abused and destroyed.
Where is the Love, where is the care and hope?
Our Unity Retreats teach practical skills for inner resourcefulness for deep inner peace and change – as well as supporting those who also want to go out there and make changes not just locally, but globally too.
These retreats offer you a space to deeply rest, but also vitally to access the deep Love that exists within us all, but is often so difficult to connect with due to the pain and suffering all around. So we focus on practical techniques to give us an opportunity to open the doors to our own Heart Consciousness to help bring strength and support to ourselves, others and the environment – bringing the potential of deep healing.
Our spiritual retreats are only very small groups (6 or less) and are a mixture of teaching simple “take-home” skills along with opportunities to practice simple supported meditations.
You will have your own room (unless you want to share), delicious home cooked meals (special diets possible) and lots of individual care and attention if needed. All the food we serve is organic and homemade where possible and we use local produce, some of which we grow locally. We have a well renowned reputation for creating delicious plant based meals where our omnivorous guests don’t even miss meat or dairy! See our Reviews
Over the retreat there are a variety of daily group led exercises, teaching simple tools and one-to-one support sessions to bring deep relaxation, personal awareness and access to that peace within that we all crave amongst our busy lives. There are organised activities during the day, yet still with plenty of space for time to yourself, to rest, or to explore the beautifull sea and coast here in Devon, or relaxation time with the other retreat guests. The retreat has plenty of activities, yet feels spacious, relaxed with no rushing or “have-to’s”.
See “Sample day on Retreat” to see what we do
(We remain neutral though and do not teach or focus on any particular religion or spiritual path).
Unity Retreat Dates 2020: sadly no Unity Retreats this year, see our dates for 2021 or subscribe to our newsletter
All retreats start with dinner on the first day (6.30pm), although you can arrive earlier, and end in the afternoon on the last day. There is also an option to say one more night for a small supplement.
We hope to offer more Unity Retreats during 2021, keep an eye on our website and sign up for our Newsletter
This depends on which room/option you choose: - All prices are for the whole retreat, food and retreat programme. The "Sharing" price is if you bring a friend/partner.
|Room||Price by yourself||Price if you share|
|Double En-suite - sea views||£660||£560|
|Twin or Double (nearby bathroom) - sea views||£595||£520|
|Small Bunkbed Room (no sea views, near bathroom and front door) You have room to yourself||£520||-|
|Budget - very basic single where you have to go upstairs to reach a bathroom (sea views)||£520||-|
If you want to stay one more extra night, the cost is £60 if you have a room to yourself or £50 if you share with another, or £40 for the Bunkbed or Budget room. This price includes an evening meal and breakfast the following morning.
Please note the whole area is hilly and you need to be able to walk up and down slopes to get to the beaches and to take part in some of the activities.
Just send us an email or ring to check availability and then you can book over the phone to pay a deposit of £100 with the balance due 6 weeks before your stay. You will then receive full written confirmation of your booking by email or letter.
Please see our Full Retreat Terms and Conditions
Please note Kooshka the cat lives in the garden of the Sanctuary, but she does not go into the Sanctuary itself and there are no cats or dogs at the Retreat Accommodation House
These retreats, courses and one-to-one sessions are totally non-religious with no spiritual dogma or teachings and Heartspring is not aligned to any organisation.