“An amazing, transformative experience” – “Katherine is a wise and intuitive guide” – “I left much stronger. I think it was a turning point”
Join dating and relationships coach, midlife mentor and author Katherine Baldwin on a week-long How to Fall in Love retreat at Spectrum. This will be a special version of Katherine’s flagship course, combining personal development and deep transformation, led by Katherine, with yoga and meditation, led by yoga teacher Jane Morgan Jones.
We’ll explore three elements over the course of the week: how to love ourselves; how to create lives that we truly love; and how to fall in love and/or stay in love. Hatha yoga and relaxing meditation will help us to connect to ourselves on a deep level and fully relax and let go. Expect to leave feeling refreshed, renewed, uplifted and inspired to take positive steps and to embrace change.
The week-long course draws on the steps in Katherine’s book, How to Fall in Love – a 10-Step Journey to the Heart, described by Psychologies magazine editor Suzy Walker as “a wonderful handbook on relationships, which requires you to be brave, dig deep and face your fears about falling in love.”
Some of the topics we’ll cover include self-love, self-care, self-esteem and self-confidence; how to identify unhealthy relationship patterns and change those patterns; how to let go of anything or anybody that’s blocking us from having a beautiful relationship with ourselves and with another; how to set healthy and loving boundaries for ourselves and with others; how to follow our dreams; and how to live wholeheartedly, courageously and authentically.
Feedback from previous attendees of Katherine’s UK How to Fall in Love retreats:
“Thank you for facilitating this amazing, transformative experience. You are gifted at giving space for voices, encouraging women and fostering dreams. I’m grateful!” – Mandy, 43
“Katherine is a wise and intuitive guide. I loved the combination of learning and activities in an idyllic location and setting. I am more aware of myself and the relationship I intend to have,” – Sharon, 56
“I left much stronger. I think it was a turning point. I was in a very sad place the week before but I left full of hope, energy and self-esteem. I feel calmer and more believing in a good future!” – Naiara, 35
Katherine Baldwin is a love, dating and relationships coach, a midlife mentor, the author of How to Fall in Love – a 10-Step Journey to the Heart and the creator of How to Fall in Love retreats. She coaches one-to-one and hosts group retreats and workshops on love, self-love, relationships and creating a fulfilling life. Katherine leads from the heart, with honesty and vulnerability. She shares from the heart about her own struggles, creating a healing environment that encourages group honesty and facilitates self-awareness. Katherine has been on her own personal development journey for 15+ years, during which time she has recovered from an eating disorder, learned to love herself and changed self-destructive relationship patterns in order to form a healthy and loving partnership with her now fiancé. Katherine is known for her authenticity and vulnerability.
Katherine has written about self-love, dating and relationships for the national media, including Psychologies magazine, Redmagazine, and the Daily Mail. She has also appeared on Woman’s Hour, Newsnight and has spoken on various stages, including the Southbank’s Women of the World Festival. Katherine has a Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy Skills from the Westminster Pastoral Foundation.
Previously, Katherine worked as an international correspondent for the news agencies Reuters and Bloomberg, travelling with prime ministers and reporting from the Houses of Parliament. She eventually burnt out, broke down and understood that her passions lay elsewhere – in helping others form healthy and loving relationships with themselves so that they can create lives that they love and fall in love.
Jane Morgan Jones practises Zen yoga, which is a dynamic yet gentle form of exercise that incorporates mindfulness and meditation. Jane aims to help people heal their minds and bodies through the practise of zen yoga, teaching compassion towards themselves, others and nature. She has spent the last 30 years studying various spiritual disciplines and applies these unique teachings to her lessons. Jane is also an experienced choreographer and a 3rd Dan Black Belt Martial Arts Instructor (4 times British Karate Champion and World Championship Silver Medalist).