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Jenny has been a Quaker for the past 37 years who spent most of her adult life working in the NHS as Clinical Psychologist. At various times Jenny worked with working age people with mental health problems, the elderly, adults with learning disability and people with neurological problems. During these years she followed a spiritual path, mainly involving Quakerism and Buddhism. It was of great interest to her when the practice of mindfulness entered the mainstream, and became accepted as a legitimate and effective way to help promote people’s psychological wellbeing.
Jenny learnt to weave as a young adult, and for some time taught an adult education class. Since retiring she has enjoyed taking up weaving again. Jenny has become fascinated by its potential, as one of the most ancient of crafts, a functional tool, a means of creative expression and an aid to mindfulness.
Jenny is a member of the British Psychological Society.
Booking ID: 051022
This workshop, led by Jenny Webb, offers an introduction to both handweaving and mindfulness. Using a mixture of theory and practice, we will explore the ways in which weaving can be used to help introduce periods of peacefulness, awareness and creative expression into our lives. We will be able to share our experiences in a comfortable and accepting setting. Everyone will go home with a small piece of tapestry weaving of their own. All equipment will be provided. If you are concerned that weaving could be challenging for you, please contact me to discuss the ways in which the workshop can be adapted to your needs. May be contacted via Claridge House
Non-residential price: £80.00
Normally meeting once a quarter, it is possible to attend via Zoom. Matters that need to be dealt with between meetings are done by email. A background in healing or wellbeing, marketing, finance, HR or the legal profession would be useful but not essential. We welcome applications from Friends of all ages, ethnicity and social background. While it is not essential to be a member of the Religious Society of Friends, it is important you are sympathetic to the Quaker way of life. Apart from being rewarding, as a Trustee you could ensure the House continues to survive for the benefit of future generations. Please contact the office or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Welcome, kindness and generosity of the Claridge House team… They were wonderful and the meals were EXCEPTIONALLY good! We were incredibly well looked after.
Being surrounded just by quietness and nature was wonderful...it was heaven, mystic and relaxing, a real treat for soul and mind! The simplicity was just calming and enchanting a most amazing breakfast! AWESOME!
We would not hesitate to return... everyone has fallen in love with this place - it is truly a healing environment
I have honestly never had such good food.... it was a pleasure
Dear All at Claridge House - Just a little note of thanks for a wonderful time this past week on a personal retreat. Your kindness helped me to ease back into `real life` after the past two years of isolation. I hope to see you all again soon. JC
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