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Women's weekend retreat in Cornwall - The Discovery Project

Feeling overwhelmed? Burnt-out? Asking yourself ‘Is this it?!’ Press pause on your daily grind and put yourself at the top of your to-do list with a Discovery Project retreat.


"We need to do a better job of putting ourselves higher on our own ‘to do’ list" Michelle Obama
When was the last time you did something for just you?
Whether it's struggling with work/life balance, craving a digital detox or desperately needing a chance to unwind and get out in nature - the Discovery Project Retreat gives you the space to feel like you again.
A place to reset, a place to reflect, a place to reset your nervous system through wild swimming, paddle boarding and yoga.
Discover more about yourself through specialist workshops on topics such as boundaries and people-pleasing — giving you tools to embed sustainable change in your life, reduce stress and be your own authentic self.
‘I’ve left feeling truly unstoppable.’ Natasha
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Directions and Travel

Connect with nature and relax at this award winning, sustainably managed farm set in 40 acres of peaceful seclusion on the shores of the River Tamar with an orchard, private woodland and shingle beach Conveniently located only 15 minutes from Plymouth (direct train line from London Paddington) it's easy to get to whether you're coming by car or public transport. Address: Lower Marsh Farm, Landulph Saltash Cornwall Cornwall PL12 6NG

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