New Year Yoga Retreat
A New Year Yoga Retreat to honour another year in idyllic surroundings with great facilitators offering, yoga, meditation, pranayama, music, singing and massage.
Also on offer are beautiful countryside walks, delicious wholesome organic food, fireside chats and quiet time to contemplate, new friends to meet and space to simply be.
Book early to make sure you can join us to mindfully mark the transition from 2018 into the New Year. Come and celebrate love, life and friendship – on your own or with your friends, either way you’re guaranteed to have a special time and begin 2019 with a clear mind, an open heart and a rejuvenated spirit… what better way to start the year!
This retreat will be an opportunity for you to have some quiet time, space and reflection, alongside a morning and evening programme of yoga, pranayama, meditation and will be space to reflect and and reset for the new year.
We will open the day with meditation and pranayama, followed by a 2 hour asana class between 8 and 10am. A delicious breakfast will then be served with free time and lunch to follow.
We will then meet again in the afternoon for a more restorative and gentle yoga practise. The day will close with singing and evening meditation. There will be a special dinner and an opportunity to chant, meditate and share by the log fire on New Year’s Eve.
Participants are welcome to offer talks or workshops over the 4 days which we will try to fit into our schedule. Spontaneity is very likely. This retreat is suitable for all levels of yoga.
Deluxe dormitory (3 people sharing): £540 per person (FEMALE ONLY)
Twin room (shared bathroom): £600 per person
Shared room (en-suite): £645 per person (FEMALE ONLY)
Single occupancy room (shared bathroom): £750 per person (Fully Booked)
Single occupancy room (en-suite): £785 per person (Fully Booked)
Master suite (single occupancy): £1035 per person (Fully Booked)
Master suite (double occupancy): £650 per person (Fully Booked)
The cost includes your accommodation, daily meditation, all yoga classes and workshops. Delicious homemade organic vegetarian food. Beautiful nature walks. Log fires.
(*Massage treatments are available at an additional cost)
Practitioners: Dory WalkerKate McKenzie
Dory has experienced the true spirit of yoga as transformational practice. She believes in the power of yoga to guide conscious evolution, individually and collectively.
Certified to advanced level and teaching full time since 2001, Dory has trained with various yoga schools, amongst them Sivananda (traditional hatha Yoga), Satyananda (yoga nidra and meditation), Krishnamacharya (Vedic Chant) and Dona Holleman (enlightened asana work), as well as studying yoga therapy with the Biomedical Trust.
Dory teaches retreats and teacher training programmes internationally. Through her own practice Dory has discovered that regular practice promotes effective, positive and healthy living and is inspired to help others establish a strong practise in their own lives. She believes strongly in making the yoga (union) adventure joyful, keeping it light and remembering to laugh! Dory teaches classes, courses and private tuition around Bristol, the South West and London. She is a dedicated yogini and mother.
Kate McKenzie has been practising various forms of yoga all her adult life. She teaches Kundalini and Sivananda yoga. Her busy career as a singer/performer informs her approach. Her workshops explore the connection between breath, movement and chakra awareness in order to free the voice and enjoy greater well being and creativity.
Kundalini yoga has a wealth of practices which really help to balance, energise and develop the entire being. Kate has lead “Mantra Choirs” for fun singing and improvising in groups to free body, sound and soul! Other training includes massage, Reiki, First Nature voice, Indian Rag and Life Coaching.