Part of our new Wellness Series, this retreat will be focused around yoga practices and Ayurveda.

Join resident Union Station Yoga teacher, Lolo Lam, for a nourishing 3-day yoga retreat to deepen your connection to yourself, to nature and to a community of like-minded people.

Throughout the three days, we’ll use the yoga practice to explore the elemental system of ayurveda (Vata, Pitta and Kapha), mindfully moving throughout the whole body. Expect to replenish your energy levels with special menus of delicious, locally sourced food, juicy yoga and meditation practices, and beautiful walks on the beach to soak up the ocean air.

Lolo’s light-hearted approach combined with her passion for Ayurveda, will make for a fun, interesting and restoring few days connecting with yourself and others!

In order to ensure your safety and maintain physical distancing guidelines, we will be keeping the group size small. The yoga practice will be accessible to all levels of students, beginners are more than welcome!


2 nights, 3 days.

Prices from
£440 double occupancy
£619 single occupancy


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Timetable

Sunday

15:00 Arrive, welcome and register
16:00 Herb tea, ‘good for you’ tonic, healthy bites
17:00 Early evening class
19:00 Light supper
21:00 Relaxing Yoga Nidra

Monday

08:00 Morning class
09:30 Breakfast
12:00 Midday class
13:30 Healthy lunch, refreshing tonics
15:00 Free gallivanting time
18:00 Mindful beach walk or Yoga Nidra (weather dependent)
19:30 Farewell dinner

Tuesday

08:00 Morning class
09:30 Breakfast
11:00 Checkout

Upcoming retreat
3rd – 5th January
7th – 9th February
7th – 9th March

About Lolo

Lolo’s classes combine a powerful yet nurturing energy with a mischievous sparkle – balancing out strength with flexibility and hard work with playfulness. With the emphasis on connecting breath and movement, she enjoys challenging her students to find a deeper level of practice that transcends the physical asanas. Lolo’s background in nursing gave her a great understanding of the body, but she found she was constantly being reminded of the limitations of western health care, prompting her to train in Ayurvedic medicine – complete with massage, herbs and food.

 

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