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Take a break from a daily routine, delve deeper into the yoga practice, relax, and reconnect with your inner nature, priorities, and values. This weekend will be a very special holistic experience combining Vinyasa yoga, Yin and Myofascial yoga, meditation, Pranayama, and yoga Nidra. You will embrace the summer with fresh delicious meals each day and uplifting yoga practices.
Guests can choose from private, double, or twin room, and tent for glamping.
Her mission is to support busy professionals with their health and well-being to help them maintain high energy levels that will allow them to succeed in their professional goals and career growth.
Holycombe is a beautiful residential holistic retreat centre, set in a verdant wooded valley on the edge of the Cotswold village of Whichford. A natural stream rises from a holy well in the nearby wood, passes though the grounds, and down a waterfall. The sound of running water adds to the sense of peace and tranquility.
A coppice provides shady outdoor space - there’s a campfire area and a large stone circle on the castle site. Across a meadow is the ancient Whichford wood, with many rare species of trees and plants, an abundance of wood anemones, primroses, and bluebells in spring, while chestnuts, blackberries, and sloes in autumn. Wildlife abounds everything from muntjac to polecats and kingfishers.
Set in six acres, Holycombe is built in the grounds of a Norman Castle, and has a water-filled moat, habitat for carp and dragonflies. Sally and Andy Birtwell rescued the site from 40 years of being a scrap yard, dedicating six years of their life to the restoration. They have built a beautiful house and garden to honor the sacred landscape.
Archaeologists have excavated a Roman conduit carrying water from the springs in the wood to the site, and dowsers and geomancers have suggested it was a sacred site before Roman the occupation. They also believe that six ley lines converge on the stone circle.
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Fresh and delicious food from a local catering business will be served for brunch and dinner.
During your free time, you can enjoy nature and the surroundings.
Massages can be booked through the venue at an additional cost.
From London, you leave from London Paddington Station. The nearest railway station to the venue is Moreton-in-Marsh, which is five miles away. Taxis can be arranged for people arriving at the same time, or you can get your own taxi from the station. The taxi ride will take about 15 minutes.