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Nov 15 18 2016
Tuesday 15th Nov to Friday 18th Nov 2016

Winter Warming : A Mid-Week Yoga Escape


A four day yoga and bodywork retreat by Will Wheeler and Rebecca Friesner

Will will be leading all of the yoga classes which will rejuvenate with vinyasa flow yoga and deeply restore with slow paced restorative yoga and meditation. Rebecca is an osteopath in London and will be the resident practitioner during this UK retreat.
As well as yoga classes there will be a posture clinic to breakdown anatomy understanding during yoga moves. There will be private treatment rooms where you can book one or more treatments with Rebecca either to address injuries or concerns or simply from a therapeutic point of view.
Other therapies are available include cupping, acupuncture, shiatsu, aromatherapy.

The Food

The four days will provide a nourishing and delicious diet made up of natural organic ingredients. Mark Mabon has been exploring world food and health systems for the last 20 years. All food will be prepared in the sunny farm kitchen using where possible local and seasonal produce.

What you get

* A four day yoga break with a varied classes including flow, restorative, candlelit meditation, posture clinic workshop.
* Delicious food including three meals a day which is vegetarian prepared in the farm kitchen. Dietary requirements are catered for.
* Return transport from Gillingham Station in Dorset to 42 Acres
* Three nights peaceful accommodation in Somerset

£395.00 – £695.00 depending on room type.

To book please contact willwheeler242@gmail.com

Practitioners: William WheelerRebecca Friesner

Will is a vinyasa flow yoga instructor in London. He trained with yogahaven in Morocco and London, he furthered his training in Ayurveda massage therapy in Bali and India earlier this year. Will teaches public classes, private yoga and retreats in the UK and Europe.

Will loves to bring a fun upbeat presence to his classes. The yoga on this retreat will feature vinyasa flow suited to all levels, restorative yoga and meditation for deep relaxation and restful sleep.

Rebecca graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2010. She incorporates structural, cranial and visceral approach to treatments and offer’s practical solutions to long term health. Adjunct treatments include naturopathy, cupping, dry needling and taping. With training in Hatha yoga, Rebecca uses a combination of yoga postures and breath awareness to increase flexibility, stability and postural alignment. Previous to Osteopathy, Rebecca gained 20 years’ experience as a development trainer and youth worker. She is passionate about mountaineering and nature.