Wellness & Yoga Retreats 2019

Sunday 22nd Sep 2019 - 10.00am to 5.30pm
£100.00 per person

Put a date in your diary to take some time for yourself. A day where you can nurture and release your body and mind, coming back to the foundations of who you are when you're not running around in your daily life being the wife, husband, father, mother, sister, brother, friend or work colleague.

Book a Yoga Retreat at Luton Hoo and leave feeling deeply nurtured and rejuvenated, having worked yourself from the inside out, caring for your mind, body and soul.

09:45am -
10:00am - Introduction to the day
10:15am - Healthy refreshments
10:30am - Morning Yoga Session
12:45pm - Nutritious Vegetarian Buffet Lunch
2:30pm - Guided meditation workshop (optional)
3:00pm - Free time
4:00pm - Rest & Restore Yoga Practice

Day guest: £100pp
Residential guest: £235pp
(Residential guest price is based on two sharing and includes dinner on the night of your stay, breakfast the following morning and full use of the spa and leisure facilities)

2019 DATES
10am - 5:30pm
- Sunday 10th February
(Slow & gentle suitable for beginners)
- Sunday 28th April
(Suitable for those with 2 or more years of practice)
- Sunday 2nd June
(Slow & gentle suitable for beginners)
- Sunday 22nd September
(Suitable for those with 2 or more years of practice)

To book or for more information, please contact Gina at events@lutonhoo.co.uk or 01582 698821.

Paula’s yoga journey started 21 years ago when she was a weak and inflexible teenager. Since that first class, her body, mind and world have transformed.

Paula followed her newfound passion for yoga and trained to be a teacher with Yoga Campus London, one of the UK’s top yoga teacher training courses. Paula teaches a range of alignment based postures using Hatha Vinyasa flow and layers them with multidimensional movements. She encourages her students to honour their bodies and feelings while focusing on the connection of breath and movement, allowing participants to find their true homoeostasis.

Paula's classes have a strong sense of togetherness; she believes that yoga is an inclusive discipline for all ages and levels of experience.