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Retreat Information


Herdwick Hut Interior

Catered to your needs and including:
Hatha and Vinyasa practice
Meditation and Nidra



Private bespoke solo retreat or couples retreat: £599.00 for 3 nights accomodation priced per hut including yoga retreat workshops

Private bespoke retreat with a small group of friends booking at least 3 huts: £489.00 per hut including yoga retreat workshops

Private bespoke retreat with all huts booked: £469.00 per hut including yoga retreat workshops

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Includes: Continental breakfast hamper and snacks for the 3 days in your hut and 2 x 4hr  yoga yurt workshops, both Saturday and Sunday from 10am until 2pm or if you choose a mid week retreat you can choose when to have your private yoga workshops.  Please note that the afternoon and evenings are kept free for you to explore the local surroundings. There are many great restaurants to choose from in both Ambleside and Grasmere.

Free parking at the huts

Please be aware that there are self catering facilities in the hut or a range of places to go and eat in both Grasmere and Rydal. Alternatively, you can pop down to the Badger Bar for dinner which

is a 5 min walk from the huts. Remember to book a table in advance if you are arriving late and bring a head torch for walking back as there is no light pollution.

What to bring on your yoga retreat





Head Torch and Water bottle



This is a vital item to bring as there is no light pollution on site and it can get very dark walking back to the huts. The bonus of this are the starry nights!

Your water bottle is for the yoga workshops as we are off grid in the mountain yoga yurt.

Battery pack for charging phone

This is a very handy item as even though there are plug sockets in the toilet/shower block, having a battery pack means you can charge whenever you like.

Strong walking boots

We have a stunning walk to our yoga venue that requires sturdy footwear.

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"Movement is what we are, not something we do."


"Yoga does not transform the way we see things. It transforms the person who sees."

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