Jenni and Nicki Whitworth host Retreats at St Katharine's Parmoor in Buckinghamshire. They run a range of day and weekend group retreats and people come from all over the country.
The groups are for people going through times of change, bereavement and other forms of loss. They use mindfulness, creative activities and country walks to build a therapeutic, supportive and relaxed setting.
In this video, bereaved mother Eleanor Wroath shared her experience of her daughter Miranda's sudden unexplained death at the Death of a Child retreat.
Recently bereaved mums and dads were able to learn from each other and share their own experiences.
Each of the groups has a different theme.
Nicola Whitworth is the Co-Founder of SLOW, Support for Bereaved Parents and Siblings in London and is a trained teacher of mindfulness. www.mindfulnessforeverydayliving.com
Jenni Thomas, OBE, works with charities supporting children an grieving families. She is the Founder of Child Bereavement UK and a patron of Angus Lawson Memorial Trust, Rosie's Rainbow Fund, Teddy's Wish and SUDC UK (Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood)
Jenni and Nicola are grateful to Craig and Faye Ansell for producing and donating this film in memory of their son, Grayson.
Craig and Faye are Co-Founders/Directors of the 2020 Creative & Co and Grayson's Legacy Support Trust. Craig@2020creative.co