Abi Dawson – Lake District
Anna Maria – UK Retreats
Jane Munro – Lake District
Sian Ferguson – Cornwall
Join us for an adventure on the west coast of Ireland, alongside the only Loch in the country. Enjoy a jam-packed schedule of wild swimming, hiking, kayaking, gorge walking, yoga, stargazing.
Welcome to the ultimate springtime yoga holiday in Ireland, full of adventure!
Join us in the stunning Connemara region in West Ireland, a place of legend, folklore and profound beauty. Set within a scenic corner of County Galway, it is a region famed for its wild terrain and deeply routed Irish culture. The rugged mountains and expansive wild spaces lead to perfect white sand beaches and bays with quaint fishing villages.
Our home, situated on the west coast and within 185 acres, sits right on the Killary Fjord – a nature and adventure lovers paradise! Surrounded by jaw-dropping scenery this springtime yoga holiday Ireland will be all about embracing everything the area has to offer.
Included in the price is a day on a kayak on the Loch followed by a gorge walk, two days of guided hiking and morning wild swims for the brave! This is all on our doorstep and much more will be on offer if you would like to squeeze some more adventure in.
With its community feel, our venue for this yoga holiday in Ireland is a truly modern space. Boasting stylish interiors and unique, bespoke features throughout it feels comfortable and bright.
Importantly, there are spaces to read and relax such as the hanging chairs in the reading snugs dotted around the property as well as the communal areas.
However, the main magic is outside embracing the majestic landscape of Ireland and luckily there are plenty of spaces to enjoy that too! Without a doubt, the two fire pits will be a much-loved feature on a starry evening. A covered outdoor eating area and outdoor seating mean you can always catch a glimpse of the sea and the mountains.
Discover more about the area HERE.
2nd – 6th May 2022
6th – 10th May 2022
PLEASE READ BEFORE BOOKING: For 2021 retreats post lockdown we asked for 2 lateral flow tests prior to the retreat. We will continue to do this in 2022 until further notice. That way we can attempt to create covid free retreats.
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Amy’s style of teaching comes from a place of nurturing. She wants you to feel free to explore the capabilities of your own body, respect your boundaries and learn how to heal and protect it. By blending strong, grounded hatha practises with the freedom found in Scaravelli and vinyasa she believes that each practise can help create the perfect balance between flexibility and stability in both body and mind.
On our springtime yoga holiday in Ireland, our yoga classes are suitable for all abilities. From beginners to intermediate and advanced levels, everyone is welcome. Furthermore, our inspiring and experienced teachers are well-practised at adapting the class to everyone’s level.
The yoga teacher will create a more dynamic class in the morning to get you ready for the day’s hike and adventures. Then, the evening class will be slightly longer to enable deep relaxation with Yoga Nidra.
Stunning location on Irelands' only Fjord.
Daily yoga and meditation classes with our experienced teachers
Delicious plant based meals to nourish and inspire.
Guided hikes with a local guide to really explore the area.
Kayak trip our onto the Fjord.
Easy access to the coast to experience Ireland's most beautiful beaches.
All of our retreat chefs are highly experienced and passionate about their craft. We have always been a vegan/vegetarian company! Expect delicious and creative brunch, lunch, and 2-course evening meal. Each meal will be balanced to keep you energised all day.
This yoga holiday Ireland is suitable for anyone that is looking for a fun, activity-based yoga adventure in a community environment. It doesn't matter if you are a beginner to both yoga or the activities on offer, we love introducing people to new experiences! The yoga will be suitable for all levels and experiences to compliment the activities on offer.
Men & Women
Ireland has always been a land of romanticism. From the charm of its’s people to the richness of its’ history it feels a special place. And, it is!
Our location makes the most of this special feeling by embracing the wide variety of landscapes and environments that the Connemara is known for. We will be based on the edge of Irelands’ only true Fjord with views out to the West (perfect for sunset) and the surrounding mountains and rolling hills. It feels wild, rugged and exciting!
This amazing spot also means we are in the perfect place to explore and have adventures! Access to the water is a hop, skip and jump across the garden from the yoga studio so sunrise cold water swims and kayak tours are readily available. Connemara National Park is only 15 minutes away and the stunning white sand beaches of Glassilaun are a beautiful 20 minute journey past lochs and mountains.
On the start day of your springtime yoga holiday Ireland, you will be picked up and driven across stunning landscape across Ireland and taken straight to the door of you new home for the next 4 nights. Enjoy a short grounding practice after a long day and then enjoy a wholesome and filling evening meal.
Have a look at the schedule to see how a typical day looks.
Sunrise cold water swim in Killary Fjord
Pre yoga tea and snacks
1.5 hour uplifting yoga class
Delicious plant based breakfast brunch to fuel your day
First Day: Guided hike with local guide into the stunning Connemara National Park
Second Day: Kayak Tour and Gorge Walk in Killary Fjord
Third Day: Coastal path walk to explore the stunning beaches
Time to relax, read, take a well earned nap and have tea and snacks
2 hour yin/ restorative yoga and meditation class
Two course dinner in the dining hall or outside
Warming bed time tea around the fire pit
Early night ready for the next days adventures!
Alison Scammell – Lake District
Claire Carlile – Brecon Beacons, Wales
Sian Ferguson – Cornwall
Helen Campbell – Lake District