Surry Hills 14-16 July from £150 for the weekend
The whole weekend is set in the beautiful surroundings of our very unique and beautiful festival like fun with camping. inspirational workshops each day.
Try your hand at making art and craft with seasoned wild oak and wood from the grounds, as well as sketching, painting and other therapeutic creative activities throughout the week
And with Yoga sessions and workshops throughout the weekend you will never be at a loss for something to do. Unless you wanted to be of course.
Step outside and you will find yourself in the heart of the Surrey Hills National Park where you can explore and be inspired. This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offers some of South East England’s most stunning and accessible countryside.
We intend to create an environment in which you can truly drop off the grid and recharge in nature. and really engage with your surroundings and fellow yogis for a weekend of deep restoration or challange (you will be asked to give up your digital toys- phones/laptops etc. But remember everything is always optional).
And if the yoga isn’t enough, we have plenty of other things you may like to give a go including; Biking, Kayaking, Tandem Kayaking, Raft Building, Pedalo, Archery, Pioneering, Shelter Building, Bushcraft, to name but a few.
About the accommodation:Camping with shared bathroom.
All the home-grown, homemade and wonderfully wholesome you could ask for including vegan cakes/cookies for snack time, plus beautiful breakfasts, lunches and dinners -including puddings (the only thing you are detoxing from is digital here)
Starlit Evening Bonfire
Art Sessions, Kids workshops
7 yoga and meditation classes (including an afternoon workshop)
Massages available throughout the weekend
Lush facemasks by the roaring fire
55 acres to wonder around (with a guided walk on the Saturday)
The Yoga Practice
It is the perfect balance of effort and surrender-nurture yourself with yoga and explore the calming effects of yin and meditation. The morning sessions start with gentle stretching and pranayama (breathing exercises) building gradually into a flow (Vinyasa) practice, suitable for most of ability.
The more gentle evening sessions of Yin with the focus on relaxation and release, promoting harmony, healthy immune functioning and improving overall vitality.
The retreat setting allows for plenty of individual guidance so that we’ll be able to work with your specific level and requirements.
The workshop is group dependent, if you want to play it can be acroyoga, if you want to rest then it might be a deep yoga nidra practice, or maybe an ayurvedic detox lecture. It is your retreat, you decide!
About the Teachers Ruth (Sculpt it) and Nova have been practicing yoga and meditation since the early 80s and teaching their chosen arts full time in the UK for more then 40 years combined. Both have acquired the Yoga Alliance Advanced qualifications through extensive training with a wide range of teachers internationally.