Join us in Wales, in the county of Breconshire where the rugged Welsh landscape of the Brecon Beacons inspires and takes your breath away each visit.
If you love to be in the Welsh countryside, surrounded by rolling hills, rivers, streams, nature and peace and quiet this is the right yoga retreat for you. With the closest town being Hay-On-Wye, you are in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park. About 3 1/2 hrs from London or 1 1/2 hrs from Bristol, take time out of your busy schedule to really relax and restore body and mind in this healing space.
You can choose to be as active or relaxed as you like on this yoga retreat, enjoy the free guided hike and then enjoy the grounds of the retreat to relax.
On offer are a variety of activities to choose from, like canoeing down the River Wye, horse riding or wandering into Hay-On-Wye as it is only 10 minutes away and exploring the infamous book shops and cafes.
Where is the nearest train station?
The nearest train station is Hereford which is 35 minutes drive away. You can find out about travel if you go to the retreat date page on our website and scroll down to the 'how to get there' section.
Are there hairdryers at the venue?
There are a few hairdryers but we recommend bringing one with you if you.
How long are the hikes and what level are they?
The hikes usually start around 11am and finish around 4pm, group level permitting. The level of these hikes is intermediate. If you are new to hiking we suggest getting out there and building up strength before joining us.
Do I need hiking boots and all weather gear?
A big fat yes! Hiking boots are essential and not brand new ones...wear them first before embarking on a long hike. Bring a backpack to carry wet weather gear, a jacket and trousers and have a few different length layers on so you can cool down and warm up quickly.
Do I need to bring a yoga mat?
This venue is not a designated yoga venue so we ask that you bring your own mat and equipment if you use anything else. A blanket is always highly recommended for savasana to enjoy it all the more.