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June Walking & Foraging Yoga Retreat Dartmoor, Devon

Dartmoor, 5th - 9th June 2024

Enjoy a walking and foraging yoga retreat in Dartmoor, Devon. With hikes on the moors right outside the door and learn all about foragining plus yoga twice a day, relax in the June sunshine.

05th June 2024

Welcome to a true haven on this 4 night Dartmoor yoga retreat.  Nestled within its own valley on the southern edge of Dartmoor National Park, this tranquil space instantly feels like a place you want to call home.

This mid-week Devon yoga retreat is all about using this special landscape to feel grounded, connected and part of the natural world. Surrounded by ancient woodland and a flowing moorland brook you will be fully surrounded by the ancient and sacred landscape. With vast, extensive gardens that are as wild as they are beautiful and stone circles and secret corners to rest and refresh in.

The property it’s self feels as homely and comforting as the surroundings outside. Recently renovated, the rooms are simple, clean and very comfortable with a mix of single occupancy and twin rooms with en-suite and shared bathroom options available. The kitchen feels like the true hub of the home with an agar and views out onto the trees and gardens.

There are two yoga shalas, each with its own unique qualities. One is within the main house and feels cosy and nurturing, perfect for deeply restorative and meditative practices. The other is within the gardens, its glass walls giving you a sense of space and connection to the world outside.

The privileged position of this home means we are within walking distance of Dartmoor, famed for its vast and wild spaces. As part of your retreat, you will enjoy a guided hike out onto the moor as well as a guided foraging walk to learn more about the land and the edible and medicinal plants available. Your foraging guide is also an expert wildlife tracker with a vast knowledge base of UK flora and fauna species so you will have a huge amount of fun while also learning!

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From £695

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DATES:
5th – 9th June 2024

Twin/ Double Rooms – On all of our retreats, twin or double rooms mean two people sharing. If you book one space, you will be sharing it with another guest.

TRAVEL INSURANCE: Please buy a travel insurance policy that works for you for any unforeseen circumstances and with a covid policy – even for UK retreats travel insurance is necessary.

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Itinerary

This retreat will start at 4 pm on the arrival day where you will enjoy a welcoming yoga class and delicious two course dinner too.

Check out is at 10 am on our last day with a yoga class and brunch before you go.

 

Day 1

7.30 am
Silent meditation in the gardens

8 am
1.5 hr uplifting yoga practice

9.30 am
Delicious brunch to furl the days adventures

10.30 am - Day 1
Leave for hike onto Dartmoor

10.30 am - Day 2
Meet foraging guide and head off exploring to learn something new!

3 pm
Return home. Light lunch and time to rest

5.30 pm
2 hr restorative and Yin yoga practice

7.30 pm
Delicious 2 course dinner to enjoy

9 pm
Time to relax and unwind ready for bed

Beautiful Dartmoor

Dartmoor is infamous for its vast moorland where Dartmoor ponies roam its craggy landscape. Stunning forests, rivers, wetlands and tors (rock formations) break up the open moors and create one of the most diverse ecosystems in the country.

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Although Dartmoor may seem vast and wild it in fact holds a deep and rich history of human settlement. This incredible history can be found across the National Park and the fascinating stories that it holds. A walk across Dartmoor feels like stepping back in time. With a never-ending number of trails and paths, it is a hiker’s haven and with beautiful villages dotted around, accessible too.

On our retreats around Dartmoor, we take the time to truly enjoy this unique landscape and everything its diversity has to offer. Not only do we go hiking to experience the beauty of it but also enjoy wild foraging walks and talks to learn about the edible and medicinal plants accessible. Our venue is perfectly positioned to do just that, being surrounded by woodland, the moorland brook and walking distance out and onto the moor.

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Rosie Markwick

Rosie is a yoga teacher and paddle-boarding coach with over 10 years of personal practice. She initially trained in Bali in Hatha and Vinyasa Flow...

About the yoga

The Yoga classes on this yoga retreat in Dartmoor will be split between the glass-walled garden studio and the cosy main house studio.

Our 1.5hr morning yoga classes will be an uplifting and energising way to start the day and prepare us for adventures in the woods and on the moor.

In the evening you will be guided through a 2 hr class based around restorative, yin and meditation practices.

Highlights

  • Secluded venue truly submerged in nature

  • Guided hike onto Dartmoor National Park

  • A days foraging walk to learn about the local edible and medicinal plants.

  • Delicious plant based meals

  • A deep connection to nature

  • A 4 night retreat - more time to unwind and revive

  • Stargazing and hot chocolate

About the food

We are a plant-based company and take great pride in creating incredible food on our retreats. Our chefs create diverse and imaginative menus that really highlight the seasonality of local produce. We are able to cater to all dietary requirements.

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Chloe Webb

Chloe spent her twenties living and working in London, running the kitchens in cool East London cafes whilst freelancing in events catering on the side....

Suitability

This yoga retreat in Dartmoor is suitable for anyone who'd like to enjoy hiking and foraging in the Devon countryside. Yoga to relax, healthy food to cleanse, time out to rebalance. Beginners are welcome as well as all ages.

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