We don’t believe that money should be a barrier to taking part in our retreats so we have developed a bursary scheme to support those who couldn’t otherwise attend.
We also believe that it is important to make the investment you are able to. Giving value to the experience helps with getting the most out of it. As such, we will ask you what you can afford to pay, and the rest will come from the bursary scheme.
The application process involves answering a few questions, and the decision on how to allocate funds is based on assessing financial hardship and the inclusion of under-represented groups including (but not solely) people of colour, LGBTQ+ and non-binary people.
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If you would like to apply to the bursary scheme, please do so only once you have already applied and been accepted onto a retreat.
“As someone who has had a long history with depression, this retreat was something that I felt would be really helpful to me. However due to personal reasons I had to take a long period of time off work. The bursary scheme allowed me to attend the retreat with peace of mind, and as a result it has helped in ways that other forms of treatment (therapy and medication alone) hasn't. I am really appreciative of this scheme, because it makes these types of experiences available to people from all backgrounds and takes into consideration peoples’ varying circumstances. As a result of the retreat, it has really shifted my perspective on life and I feel much better than I have in years.”