Have you ever considered a Yoga retreat? Do you know what one is?
In this article, we tell you about our Yoga Retreats and why you should consider finding out about our next Yoga retreat near you!
What is a yoga retreat?
A Yoga retreat usually describes a specific location dedicated to yoga well-being. The retreats are often hotels or spa hotels in some beautiful places. We have a selection of retreat partners and can provide you with some excellent opportunities to join us on one of our fantastic yoga retreats near you.
Why should you consider a yoga retreat?
There are many reasons why people consider yoga retreats and Yoga in general. Yoga is exercise is fantastic for mobility; this is particularly important in older clients and also health and well-being in general. It’s common for runners and gym goers to use Yoga to help stretch and manipulate their joints to improve suppleness which can avoid injury. Yoga is used for relaxation, and it helps re-energise your body. Some agree it is also brilliant at resetting your general well-being.
We love Yoga because our clients finish the retreats feeling refreshed with a vigour for life and new challenges. So many write to tell us what a difference attending the retreat sessions has made to them - Here’s what Amy had to say:
“Dear Jane, thank you for the privilege of joining you and the team at the Norfolk retreat. It was brilliant for me. I have been busy with work and family life, and I had not realised how it impacted my feeling of well-being. The retreat allowed me to reflect and find a new drive to make the balance work for myself and the family. I genuinely felt reinvigorated as a result. I can’t thank you enough or wait for next time. So until then, thank you, Amy.”
So why are Yoga retreats good?
- Retreats are specific places for you to engage with Yoga and well-being.
- Retreats take you away from the day-to-day hustle and bustle.
- Retreats provide a great environment to relax and enjoy the luxuries.
- Retreats ensure you focus on yourself.
- Retreats recommend stepping away from social media.
- Retreats allow you to take a breather from the stresses of work.
- Retreats often allow you to see beautiful areas away from your own.
- They are great for older groups too.
Our retreats don’t stop there!
Have you ever considered pampering after exercise?
Believe it or not, light exercise is a great way to feel more relaxed. By working through a moderate workout, you can increase your feel-good endorphins and ability to really relax. For a private group, for a birthday or other celebration, for example, depending on group size, you can also choose a location for yourself; we have a list of places to stay.
How do I get a Yoga retreat near me?
First, you can get in touch and explain what you are looking for. If you are considering a party or group, we can tailor this to your needs with a few of the options below. If you are looking to join us for a specific retreat, then you will also need to get in touch.
Why exercise great before a pamper?
There is nothing better than working, muscles and joints moving before taking the opportunity to relax fully. The feeling of relaxing post work is one of the most satisfying ways to unwind. Although we provide mats, if you would like to bring your own or look for some conditioning equipment, generally, then consider Mirafit for your mats and dumbbells.
Get a Massage
When we book your retreat, it’s possible to include a massage. Depending on your preference, this can be a head, face, sports massage or entire body.
Make it part of a Pamper Party.
Yoga can be part of a spa pamper party, so if you are interested in our pamper parties and would like to add on Yoga as a pre-pamper relaxation, then let us know.
Yoga with afternoon tea
For small private groups, we can add other services such as afternoon tea. So if you want to earn a cream tea, then we can help here too!
We hope you enjoyed learning more about our ‘Yoga retreats near me’ and other opportunities such as Pamper Parties, Massages, Exercise Sessions, Nails, Facials and more. So why not get in touch with us today and join us as a group of friends or register your interest in joining one of our open retreat sessions? Use the contact page or website chat.