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"Profound, blissful and incredibly insightful. As the outer world dropped away, the inner world voice of stillness rang through. Deep, deep thanks."

Previous Retreat Participant

A One-day Online Silent Retreat

A deeply nourishing day of rest and reflection in the comfort of your own home

10am – 4.30pm ~ with Marion Young

This retreat day, with its mixture of online guided sessions and offline time for personal reflection, will immerse you in your own sacred sanctuary of inner stillness, the benefits of which will continue to enrich your life long afterwards. These audio-only events, with their absence of external distractions, are perfect for going deeply within.

You do not need to be alone in your home to get the benefits of these retreats, with a little preparation and advanced warning to the family, people have said how everyone can benefit from the energy of stillness that is generated on these silent retreat days.

Before the retreat, you will receive a retreat timetable, guidance for getting the most out of the day.

How the retreat will work

There will be four online audio-only guided sessions on Zoom through the day, and time offline in between for personal reflection.

At 2pm there will be a Conscious Resting meditation followed by time for you to reflect or simply rest, before we start our closing session at 4 pm.

To get the most out of this day, I would highly recommend that you choose somewhere free from distractions, with a good internet connection, and that you prepare for everything you need in advance. Full details will be sent after you’ve booked your place.

What previous online retreat participants have said…

“Even though there were other people in the house, I still managed to have the most restful and illuminating time. I was surprised how quiet the whole house became, it was as if everyone else benefited too.”

“I have felt held and nurtured so deeply, yet so utterly free to be in stillness. I wish it could go on and on. I leave knowing part of it shall remain with me, within me. All I need to do is pause and be still and reconnect.”

“I loved the online retreat, I was surprised how well it worked and how deep the stillness was. Knowing that I can find that amount of peace in my own home has inspired me to meditate more often.”

“Give yourself the gift of silence and permission to be still, your mind, body and soul will be grateful.”

Upcoming dates for 2021

Friday 19th November
Friday 17th December


The cost of the one-day retreat is £45

Secure payment is via PayPal (you don’t need a PayPal account and all major cards are accepted). Your payment will appear on your statement under my business name ‘Consciousness Designs Ltd’.

Friday 19th November

Friday 17th December


Secure payments with PayPal



About Marion

Marion has over 30 years’ experience as a therapist and group facilitator. She is wildly enthusiastic about the power and benefits of taking time to be in silence and loves taking groups into silence on her one day and residential retreats.

She enjoys talking too, especially with people who are searching for deeper meaning and purpose in their lives, and who want to live their full potential as well as experiencing happiness and joy in simply being alive. Through her groups, one-to-one work, courses, and programmes, Marion supports and helps her clients to connect with their own source of peace and illuminating presence.

Marion is a Brandon Bays Journey Therapist, NLP Practitioner, Meditation Teacher and Group Facilitator Trainer.

Marion Young Senior Journey Practitioner in UK

“It worked so well for me, and the stillness was so deep and all enveloping. It really helped to have a structure and focus for the day and I especially valued the Conscious Resting part knowing I still had the rest of the day to go. More please.”

“What a delicious day on Friday, thank you so much. It felt like the best indulgence… very restful.”

“What a magical day, I must have one of these every month!”

“I’ve had such profoundly restful day, thank you so much.”

“The stillness and silence were so strong.”