For support professionals (continued 2)

IMG_7143 (1)Fire & Rain Soul Spas® are uplifting retreat holidays for widows and widowers. On these pages for support professionals we have summarised information that will help you assess if someone you work with could be interested and benefit from such a break:

About the retreats
Who they are for and intended outcomes
Working in partnership

Working in partnership – Please help us spread the word!

Fire & Rain Soul Spa® is a relatively new service and we can use any support we can get with making widowed people and those supporting them aware of its existence and benefits.

If you work with people who have lost their life partner, please do tell them about Fire & Rain! We feel this is an important service. Yes, it is a private business, but it’s not about us becoming millionaires but about the business becoming viable so we can continue to run healing retreat holidays.

Giving something back

We have started working with bereavement charities to find ways of making the retreats accessible to as many widowed people as possible. The costs of running such a quality experience are quite high, but we would like to give something make by regularly making a space available for free in partnership with charitable organisations.

We have just donated a space through the US charity Live The List. The sponsorship makes it possible for a widow from Minnesota to take part in the Hebridean Wildscapes Soul Spa in May in Mull. The dates are almost exactly on what would have been the 25th wedding anniversary for her and her late husband, and a trip to Scotland for this anniversary had been on their bucket list.

If your organisation would be interested in a sponsor partnership please get in touch to discuss options.

Widowed people often forget to look after themselves properly. We have lots of ideas for making these breaks really special. They are reminders that life is still worth living to the full.

You can also download the information for support professionals as pdf: Fire & Rain info for support professionals