10 – 12 November 2014: Transformational Yoga, Nutrition and Massage at The Quadrangle, Kent
This autumn we’re creating a special weekend after the weekend, of yoga, meditation, nutrition and massage, and fresh countryside air, less than an hour away from London.
We are returning to the Quadrangle in Shoreham, Kent for a special Monday to Wednesday retreat. Each day will consist of a gentle rhythm of transformational yoga and meditation sessions, time and space for massage, reading and walks, nutritious meals and group discussion. We will be upstairs in the Granary, with spaces limited to 10 attendees.
No previous experience of yoga or meditation is necessary to attend; any experience level and ability welcome, from absolute beginner to yoga master. Relax, detox, recharge with a delicious practice in a beautiful setting, less than an hour from London by train. £220 per person all inclusive – yes, one massage per person is also included in the price.
We will practice Transformational Yoga through asanas (physical postures), pranayama (breathing exercises) and dhyana (mantra meditation), to purify our physical body and awaken our subtle bodies. Our practice will be focused on the chakras and understanding of the wheels of energy. A great puriﬁcation, even for the teachers among us to re-energize your practice. For beginners it is a step into consciousness.
Arrive from midday onwards on Monday
The retreat ends on Wednesday at around 3pm
Cost (2 nights, all inclusive)
Dormitory £220, Private room (limited spaces) £340
10% discount for bookings before 3rd November
Katy Robinson teaches yoga in Brixton and central London. She has been practising since 1999, leading her into deeper studies with different forms, and continues to explore the science of Transformational Yoga with Swami Vidyanand at the SriMa School in India. Katy aims to equip students with the tools they need for a balanced and healthy life, leading to self-transformation, inner peace and harmony within.
Kate Crouch will provide our nutritious, balanced menu, aimed to prepare you physically, emotionally and mentally at this time of year. Her background in mental health and exercise led her to qualify as a nutritional therapist in 2011, and she is passionate about food being a fun, social and important part of our lives.
Steve Taylor is a qualified sports and general massage therapist based in and around London. In 2013 he got his NVQ Level 5 Professional Diploma in Clinical Sport and Remedial Massage Therapy at Regents College. Over the last year he’s been building experience working with different clients from dancers, yoga teachers, personal trainers, cabaret performers, runners, and cyclists. Steve works holistically with the whole body. His work can cover general techniques as well as soft tissue release, muscle energy, deep tissue, friction, and neuromuscular. For this retreat he’ll be on hand to provide yoga specific half hour sessions, The treatments will be great for aiding circulation, lymphatic drainage, increasing blood flow and for relieving aches and pains.
The Quadrangle Trust is run as a centre for sustainable living and the creative arts. The garden runs down through an orchard to the River Darent and a field and small woodland beyond. It’s setting in the valley is extraordinarily rural and peaceful in that it is only 20 miles from Piccadilly Circus as the crow flies. thequadrangletrust.com