Slow down, stop doing and………….be!
Seize this golden opportunity to soak yourself in gratitude, express your intention, and leave the rest to unfold through the universe’s magical touch.
Join me for a long weekend retreat of yoga and relaxation and stay at the luxury Combe Grove Manor House located just outside the historic Georgian town of Bath.
Combe Grove is a haven. Hidden in the beautiful Somerset countryside and overlooking the rolling hills of the Limpley Stoke Valley, part of the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it is the perfect location to practice our yoga and meditation.
As well as up to 3 yoga classes a day, you will have plenty of time to explore the various woodland walks, swim, have a massage and other wellbeing treatments….or just simply enjoy the peace and tranquillity and curl up with a good book. The choice is yours!
We will practice our yoga in a specially built yoga hall within the retreat centre which is light, warm and airy and all your yoga equipment is provided.
As on all of Alexandra’s retreats, the yoga is suitable for all ages and abilities – everyone is welcome whether you are an experienced yogi or a complete beginner.
This is an opportunity for you to unwind, relax, enjoy yoga breathing techniques and practice a wide range of yoga poses and meditations in a peaceful, calm and totally secluded environment.
Arrival on Friday is from 2pm.
There are four treatment rooms and a team of fully qualified therapists that offer a full range of treatments during your stay. These can be booked before you arrive or during your stay. Guests also have the use of the indoor and outdoor pools, steam room, hydrospa beds, indoor and outdoor tennis courts and a fully equipped gym.
Or if that all sounds all a bit too energetic, you can just curl up on your private balcony and read a good book … or maybe an afternoon snooze
All towels including swimming towels are provided.
We will be well nourished during our stay. Ingredients are sourced from the wonderful variety of food producers in Somerset and all dietary needs can be catered for – just let me know in advance.
We will be staying in the Garden Lodge rooms which can be booked as twin rooms or for single occupancy. Each room has either a private terrace or a large window seat. All have a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, ensuite bathrooms with complimentary toiletries. If you prefer you can book a room in the Manor house. This is also available.
3pm welcome circle
Shamanic drums and fire ceremony
4pm free time
5pm Yin yoga
8pm cacao ceremony, mandala meditation bathed in the healing sounds of the Gongs
Poetry, Chanting, Yoga Nidra and Crystal Cave meditation, bathed by the angelic sounds of the Harp
Goodbye circle / shamanic drums
Tea and cakes
3 pm Farewell and hugs
Food and drinks other than those above. Massages, facials and other treatments, transport and all other activities are additional costs to be paid for by each individual.
Shared Twin room: En-suite, balcony or outside patio space £390pp
Double Room: Single occupancy: En- suite, balcony or outside patio garden space £490pp
Please note: As the retreat is in 4 weeks’ time, I am asking each attendee to pay the full price asap. I will need 10 attendees to make this retreat viable. Please let me know if you are interested, as I need to pay the non-refundable deposit to Combe Grove by the end of August.
I look forward to the honour of welcoming you on this boutique weekend getaway and guiding you through a truly uplifting experience of the self. May the Autumn of 2021 be a space of self-realisation, self-appreciation, and self-care. Seize this golden opportunity to soak yourself in gratitude, express your intention, and leave the rest to unfold through the universe’s magical touch.
A word on Covid
Spaces will be limited to 15 and if Covid regulations change to mean we cannot go ahead your money is completely refundable.
For anyone who enjoys walking there’s 64 acres of grounds, woodland and wildlife to explore. Bath itself is surrounded by many walks: Bath Skyline Walk, Kelston Roundhill Walk and the Cotswold way to name a few.
Bath city is a 10 minute drive away.
How about Bath by Bike guided bike tour? Navigate hidden historic streets and experience great views of the city from tranquil canal side paths
There’s the Roman Baths one of the finest historic sites in Northern Europe, and one of the most popular tourist attractions in the UK. The thermal springs still flow with natural hot water.
The Royal Crescent one of Bath’s most iconic landmarks. This impressive landmark is arranged around a perfect lawn overlooking Royal Victoria Park . It is, without doubt, one of the greatest examples of Georgian architecture anywhere in the UK.
Nestled in the heart of the city is the Janes Austen Centre, a permanent exhibition that explores Jane’s time in Bath and the influence that this beautiful city had on her books, characters and personal life.
There’s also Bath Abbey, Pulteney Bridge, Tea rooms, Gift shops, more… Or further afield is the medieval village of Lacock and Stonehenge’s mysterious megaliths.
For further information about things to do in the local area see https://visitbath.co.uk/things-to-do/