Retreat to the Sacred Isle of Iona and play the Transformation Game® to clarify important issues, resolve conflicts and enhance relationships.
The Transformation Game is both a playful board game and a powerful tool that enables you to bring greater clarity, purpose and wisdom into your life.
The Game, played by thousands of people for over 45 years, stimulates and strengthens intuitive perceptions, enhancing your ability to resolve conflicts, both inner and outer.
This seven-day workshop is a powerful springboard for personal and spiritual growth, valuable at any stage of your life journey.
This retreat brings together the energies of Iona and the power of the Transformation Game, allowing known boundaries of the self to expand so you may include and integrate more of your total being.
You are invited to:
Our retreat house on the Isle of Iona offers the perfect place to explore your inner life and next steps, away from the distractions of the everyday world. The island allows us to connect with the elements and the tides, deepening into an immense and heart-opening peace.
You’ll be in good company, with like-hearted people also on a soul journey of discovery. Together we’ll support each other and celebrate our insights. This retreat is limited to just five participants.
The island, the retreat house and your focaliser will hold a safe space that allows you to relax and deepen into the peace of Iona.
Alongside playing the Game and enjoying walks on the island, we’ll prepare meals and eat together each evening, creating a heart-centred container and bonding as a group. We’ll share the cooking between us in the warm kitchen!
Sleeping just five guests, the house is a gentle space to rest a while, away from life’s busy-ness, within a safe, small group that allows you to reconnect with the invisible, the mystical and the magical.
Combined with the energies of Iona, the Sanctuary at Traigh Bhan is a powerful place to connect with spirit.
The price of £1,435 includes seven nights’ accommodation, activities with your guide, and all your meals.
The bedrooms and bathroom are shared. One room has four private bunk beds, each with a privacy curtain, individual bedside lamp and bookshelf. The other room has a double bed and a single bed.
We look forward to welcoming you to the peace of Iona!
Call our bookings team +44 (0) 1309 691 653 or contact us with any questions.
We provide you with the essentials, so you won’t really need very much once at Traigh Bhan, but we do recommend bringing:
Try to travel light as we carry our goods to the house in a cart or on our backs (or you can book the taxi!) It takes about 25-30 minutes to walk to the retreat house.
You will meet your facilitator in Fionnphort, Isle of Mull at 11.30am on Saturday 9th September, where you will then take the ferry to Iona and walk to the house together.
Check out is 9:30am on Saturday 16th September, you will be accompanied by your facilitator to the ferry.
The Findhorn Foundation Bus is generally the easiest way to reach Iona. The Foundation bus departs from Findhorn early on a Saturday morning and will bring you back a week later.
Contact the Findhorn Foundation Transport Department for inquiries.
Alternatively, if you would prefer to make your own way to Traigh Bhan, the nearest travel hub is Oban, which is easily reached from Glasgow (about 2h40 by car, or 3h30 by public transport).
This seven-day workshop is open to everyone from age 18+.
If you have specific requirements please contact Bookings before you book to ensure we can meet your needs. Please also include details with your booking form.
Hanna was a Findhorn Foundation staff member for 30 years and lives in The Park Ecovillage at Findhorn. She has worked in many different areas of the Foundation and been part of the ‘Iona group’, holding many retreats at Traigh Bhan. She shares her joy of song, dance and poetry and her love of cooking, being inspired and being inspiring.
‘The Sacred Island of Iona and the retreat house Traigh Bhan hold a special place in my heart, as it’s here that I can experience spirit and beauty, silence and deep connection to the land, the sea, the clouds and the rocks.’