Cornwall Yoga day retreat

Saturday 14th March 2020 Lamorna Cove near Penzance, South Cornwall

This special day of nurturing near one of Cornwall's most photographed beaches includes 2 x 1.5 hour Yoga sessions and a delicious professionally prepared vegan/vegetarian lunch and afternoon tea. 

 

Arrive at 10 am for a welcome drink and morning Yoga, followed by a beautiful nourishing vegetarian lunch (with vegan options included).

 

Take the afternoon to meander through ancient woodland, stone circles or along the coast path nearby, read or enjoy gentle conversation by the fire with tea and yummy home-made cake... followed by a calming evening Yoga session before making your way home around 7.00pm*. You'll leave restored, relaxed with furrows eased and inner being at peace - heaven!

*If you'd like to stay on for dinner, let me know (additional charge applies). 

"Julia, your teaching always delights me. 

I leave taller, fresher, reminded that I don't need to push so hard.  The way you teach is delicate, nourishing and kind. 

Thank you." Kathy 

Cornwall Yoga Day Retreat - Saturday 14th March 2020

Yoga retreat day - with fully catered lunch and afternoon tea

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In the quiet of the garden yoga studio, mindful slow Yoga will open and ease your body, whilst giving your nervous system vital relief.  A sense of moving meditation will support you in finding mental stillness and softening of heart.

This special day is offered to a very limited number of participants as part of a residential weekend of Yoga.  It will be an absolute treat in restful seclusion, away from daily pressures and concerns.  

Cornwall Yoga Day Retreat - Saturday 31st October 2020

Yoga retreat day - with fully catered lunch and afternoon tea

Cornwall Yoga Day Retreat - Saturday 14th March 2020
£95.00

£75.00

  • Available

"It was just like arriving to my dream country cottage.

Everything has been thought of and I felt at home straight away.  I can't believe there's such a perfect Yoga space too.  

Can it be our secret?!" Lesley

 

Vanda Scaravelli who inspired this style of Yoga, described Yoga not as something we should impose or strive to attain, but as a 'body holiday' and this is just how you will feel during our time together.  As we embrace our own nature and place within it, we discover a more helpful and joyous relationship to the ground and sky, which can ripple into daily life with profound effect.

 

The practice will support your unique body, bring tranquillity to your mind and create new freedom, comfort and fluidity of movement that you can take with you into the days and weeks to come.