01243 512225


EVERY FRIDAY until further notice

1.30pm till 2.30pm


Somerley Near Birdham

Take this precious time for yourself and discover the benefits of having an oasis of peace in your busy day.
Smudging (clearing personal space) available if arriving before 1.20 pm.

Lovely peaceful setting – please call me for details 01243 512225
A Donation £3.50 please to cover cost of refreshments.







Our soul journey together continues on

Sunday 4th. December 2011

The Art of Allowing

10am till 4pm



         At The Spiritual retreat BOSHAM HOUSE

Hamblin Hall at Bosham House
Main Road, Bosham
Nr Chichester, PO18 8PJ


What can you expect from Empowering Woman?

We are united by love and sisterhood, we dive deeper into the mysteries of life, laughing, supporting and empowering one another.

If you would like to become a member of the Empowering Woman group you will be warmly welcomed

 …more about this in my letter to you once you have booked your place!

Please call me, Corrin Jane 01243 512225

You may only attend this event by booking.

£20 non-refundable deposit required and full payment before event

Cost: £45 in paid in full before event.

Please bring lunch to share

Light refreshments provided.

(Join us on Facebook ~ Empowering Woman Group)


What previous participants say: ‘Just wanted to say a BIG THANK YOU for today. I really do feel that it’s the beginning for me -to work on such important elements of my life in order to find love and contentment…’ M.K.

CJ, you’ve done it again! I came away from last weekends workshop feeling lighter and more positive. You seem to have a talent for finding the hidden aspects of people and bringing them to the light. You’re truly inspirational.’ D.W.

“Corrin …You’re worth your weight in gold! Thank you so much for the fantastic free workshop last week. I loved how you took us all on a journey deep into ourselves in a safe and totally nurturing way. I can’t wait till the next workshop!” J.B.



                                              In ancient cultures there is still a tradition where the ancestors are revered and honoured, sadly, this is rarely the case here our western world. 

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