Yoga Retreat Information
Book your own retreat dates with a group of friends with a minimum of 3 huts booked.
'September Celebration' - End of Summer Retreat: 10TH TO 13TH September 2021
This retreat is all about accessing our joy and making joy our neutral point.
Building resources to experience joy on a cellular level no matter what is happening in the external world.
Celebrating life starts as a somatic experience within the body. The more we can open, the more we can receive. Feeling spacious is essential to our well - being and receptivity to life.
*Breath of joy pranayama and mantra
*Opening to life and celebrating resilience
*Vinyasa Flow sequencing
*Working with the solar plexus
'Letting Go' - Autumn Retreat: 15th - 18th October 2021
This retreat honours the season with a deep Yin practice of creating more space and acceptance on the inside. By letting go of tension stored in the fascia/connective tissue we can allow energy to move more freely.
*Pranayama - Diaphragmatic breathing
*Yin sequences for the back
*Yin sequences for the hips and psoas
*Yin for the solar plexus
*Back to our bones - meditation
Prices are based on either two people sharing a Shepherd's Hut or an individual Shepherd's Hut for a 3 night weekend. These prices apply to both customised retreat dates or the set dates.
£469.00 for 2 person's sharing accommodation.
£379.00 for private accommodation.
Includes: Continental breakfast hamper and snacks for the 3 days in your hut and 2 x 4hr yoga yurt workshops, both Saturday and Sunday from10am until 2pm. 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
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!
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.
"Movement is what we are, not something we do."