Yoga & Gong Bathing Day Retreats
Yoga Walking Meditation Gong Bathing
You will enjoy a full day of relaxation including two yoga sessions, a gong sound bath, a guided meditation and, if the weather allows it, a mindful walk along one of the many trails from the door. You will get drinks and a nourishing healthy lunch. We will be practising Hatha yoga and all abilities including total beginners will be made to feel welcome.
On arrival you will get settled onto your mat, relax, meet like-minded people, and perhaps have a healthy drink. The morning class will be an immersion into yoga which will allow you to de-stress completely and relax into the day.
After a break and some health benefiting refreshments, you can take a self guided or group walk and undertake a mindfulness practice whilst stretching your legs. In the afternoon, we will meet for restorative yoga and a gong sound bath meditation to leave you feeling dreamy.
We are running 3 Yoga and Gong Bathing Retreats this season each with a slightly different focus to help you rest, refocus and rebalance.
In line with current government guidelines (18th June 2021) we are limiting bookings to 6 spaces. If all spaces are filled then we will have a waiting list and as restrictions ease we can allocate spaces according to government guidelines on that day. If a full lockdown is called then you will have the option for a rebooking when allowed.
DATES (updated Mon 12th July)
Sunday 18th July 2021 - Rest & Rebalance (Fully Booked)
Balance and calm body, mind and soul.
Sunday 12th September 2021 - Heart & Soul (spaces available)
Energize & nurture love for self & others.
This full day retreat is inclusive of lunch and refreshments and is just £95.00 per person.
Amanda Drago will be leading your Yoga Practice. Amanda’s yoga journey began during her 15 year career as a professional dancer and has 25 years teaching experience in yoga and dance. The foundation of her yoga practice is Sivananda, a classical and holistic approach to Hatha Yoga, a gentler form which is suitable for all ages and abilities which compliments Amanda’s inclusive teaching style.
Since graduating from the Laban Centre in 1991 Tracey West has developed her practise in interdisciplinary performance, improvisation, choreography, sound healing and wild bathing. She is a qualified gong practitioner with the College of Sound Healing and uses Gong Bathing as an extension of her somatic movement practice.