3 Days Weekend Yoga Retreat in Belgium

  • La Ferme du Bois-le-Comte, Bois-le-Comte, Ardennes, Belgium

3 Days Weekend Yoga Retreat in Belgium

  • La Ferme du Bois-le-Comte, Bois-le-Comte, Ardennes, Belgium

Winter Yoga Retreat Belgium

Enjoy a weekend that will make you feel totally relaxed on your physical and mental levels. The themes of this retreat are meditation, Yin yoga, Hatha yoga, and some Vinyasa yoga. A perfect mix for everybody that needs some winter boost. After this weekend, you will feel calmer, more relaxed, more energized, more flexible, and probably you will sleep better. You’ll be totally prepared for Christmas madness!


  • Pranayama exercises
  • Morning meditation sessions
  • Daily Hatha, Yin, Vinyasa yoga, and yoga Nidra classes
  • Healthy biological vegetarian meals
  • 2 nights accommodation
  • Nature walk
  • 3 days with instruction
  • Dutch, French, English
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La Ferme du Bois-le-Comte (the farm of the count’s forest) is a century-old farm that was transformed into a wonderful house for guests and a residential center for groups. The farm enjoys a superb position in the midst of nature at one of Belgium’s most beautiful, quiet, and energetically powerful sites. The center offers peace, space, warmth, and lots of pure, unspoiled nature, fresh and unpolluted air, clear spring water, fragrant wood fire, marvelous star-spangled skies and heavenly silence.

The guest rooms were built using wood and other warm, natural materials and colors. All rooms are individually decorated, while the authentic character of the house has been respected. This is the part of the center where you can still feel much of the soul of the old house. The rest is new, ecological, light, and beautiful including the work spaces and bedrooms for the groups, as well as the kitchen and the dining room.

The dining room, lounge, and bar on the ground floor was extended and fully renovated in 2006. It now offers enough space to host guests, groups, and workers comfortably. This new room has lots of natural light coming from large window and doors on the inner courtyard.

There is a sitting area with a wooden floor around the pellet stove and a piano with, according to experts, a marvelous sound. There is always herbal tea, grain coffee, and water from the center's own spring for you. You can also enjoy a frothy Orval beer or try one of the special organic beers and wines.

The sheltered position of the courtyard and the famous micro-climate of the region often make it possible to eat outside from early spring onwards. Eating under the parasols and with views of the green hills is great. The grounds cover ten hectares, gently sloping hills with old oak trees, and full of nice corners to read, lie in the sun, or meditate. The tree hut is one of the favorite spots. The horses have lots of space and you will love to see them gallop over the hill crest.

Hill room

The newest room, as beautiful and light as the temple room but a little smaller. It measures 10 x 8 meters, south-oriented deck of 7.5 x 6 meters, and has white wood floor. Suitable for dance, yoga and other movement activities, and more.

Garden room

The smallest room, it measures 6 x 6 meters and has white wood floor and south east and south west oriented windows. It sits on the ground floor.

Temple room

The largest room, it measures 12.5 by 9.5 meters, south-west oriented deck of 14 x 8 meters, and has white wood sprung floor. Suitable for dance, yoga and other movement activities, and more.

Hatha yoga

In Hatha yoga, you will get into asanas in a mindful way. You will challenge yourself, but learn to respect your limitations in each and every moment. You will learn how to connect with the sun salutations in the morning and learn how to be more conscious about your mind and breath in your asana (pose).


During pranayama techniques, you will learn to experience the importance of breath in your yoga practice and daily life routine. You will use the breath as a bridge between body and mind to achieve a higher form of consciousness. This raises the content of oxygen, which results in both physical and emotional benefits.

Vinyasa yoga

In Vinyasa yoga, you are more active by creating a flow of movement and breath. You will make your body strong and flexible and practice a wide array of asana (poses) by synchronizing movements with breath to feel every inch of your body.

Yin yoga

In Yin yoga, passive poses are kept for a longer time. This involves attention, concentration, and patience. These classes are rather slow but deep and ask you to look carefully at your own limits. You will create space and length and allow the deeper tissues of your being to relax.

Yoga Nidra

In yoga Nidra, you will be lying motionless in shavasana. The teacher will guide you trough a deep relaxation for body and mind. It’s a powerful technique in which you can learn to relax consciously.


Friday - December 15, 2017

  • 17:00-18:00 Arrival - Welcome
  • 18:30 Dinner
  • 20:30-22:15 Meditation and Yin Yoga

Saturday - December 16, 2017

  • 08:30 Breakfast
  • 09:30 Nidra, Pranayama and Hatha Flow Yoga
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • 13:30-16:30 Free time
  • 16:30 Pranayama and Vinyasa yoga
  • 18:30 Dinner
  • 20:30-22:15 Yin Yoga and Yoga Nidra (Relaxation)

Sunday - December 17, 2017

  • 08:30 Breakfast
  • 09:30-11:30 Pranayama, Meditation, and Hatha Flow Yoga
  • 11:30-12:30 Check out Bedrooms
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • 13:30-15:00 Nature walk all together
  • 15:00-16:00 Meditation and Easy Flow Yoga
  • 16:30 Ending
  • Sarah Jabloune

    Sarah Jabloune is a smiling and enthusiastic person with the gift of helping people finding their balance through yoga teaching and mind coaching. Sarah is a Yoga Alliance-certified yoga teacher from the Yoga Life foundation. She teaches Hatha, Vinyasa, and Nidra yoga on a regular basis in her home country, Belgium.

La Ferme du Bois-le-Comte is located in the southeast of Belgium. The farm borders France and is surrounded by pastures and broad-leaved forests. The most southern part of this region is known as the Belgian Provence because of its mild climate, gentle landscape, and warm atmosphere.

A diversity of plants and flowers that are rare in the rest of Belgium grow here, thanks to the exceptionally genial micro-climate. And lots of animals live in the woods surrounding the farm. With a little patience, you may meet deer, squirrels, foxen, badgers, wild boars, owls, herons, or buzzards.

Bois-le-Comte is situated at two kilometers from the village, at the end of a metal road and is surrounded by kilometers of unspoilt nature. As soon as you go outside, you are in the woods and you can roam around for hours without meeting anyone. The scenery is stunning, a paradise for lovers of nature.

Nearby places

  • Chameleux - 1.5 hours
  • Florenville, 12 kilometers' drive - 2.5 hours' walk
  • Muno, La Roche à l'Appel, 7 kilometers

You will be served three healthy biological vegetarian meals daily. La Ferme du Bois-le-Comte's kitchen follows the rhythm of the seasons. Many vegetables, herbs, edible flowers, berries, and mushrooms come from their own organic garden and they prefer to use fresh and regional products.

All ingredients used in the meals have the Biogarantie label, which means that they are certified organic. This makes la Ferme du Bois-le-Comte the first (and so far the only) Belgian residence offering meals of 100% organic quality. The meals themselves are basically vegan, no animal products are used in them. Butter, milk, and yoghurt are available at breakfast for those who want.

Scenic areas


Chameleux, hamlet in a beautiful valley with a gallo-roman site, and Williers, on top of the hill, are charming old French border villages with wonderful panoramic views. You can have a drink under the chestnut trees at the square Chez Odette. Chameleux is at walking distance from Bois-le-Comte. A very nice walk on the borderline, through the woods, and along a small river.


Chassepierre is a very nice, charming village along the Semois and is surrounded by fields, pastures, and woods. A famous international open air street arts festival takes place here in August.


Stunning view of the Semois in the village of Chiny. You will follow the direction of Léglise or Neufchâteau and cross the Semois, the place is indicated.


Florenville, the church tower, offers the most magnificent view of the entire Semois valley. If the tower is closed, enjoy the panorama from the benches near the church.


Herbeumont features stunning panoramic views from the ruins of a 12th century castle on a woody hill. From here, you can see Le Tombeau du Chevalier (the knight's tomb).

Le Gros Cron

Le Gros Cron in Lahage, near Meix-devant-Virton, is a lovely scenic area where traces of a Celtic settlement from the first century before Jesus were found. Much later hermits lived in the cavity at the foot of the rock.

Le Trou des Fées

Le Trou des Fées in Croix-Rouge, near Etalle, is a hill full of small caves where fairies are believed to live.

Muno, La Roche à l'Appel

Muno in La Roche à l'Appel is an important European geological center in the middle of a nature reserve. It features marvellous mapped walks and paths to Muno-Sainte-Cécile for walkers, bikers, and riders. It also has many walks in the direction of France.

Saint Walfroy Mountain

The Saint Walfroy Mountain in Margut has beautiful views of the region from the holy mountain and was dedicated to the goddess Arduina, the goddess of nature and fertility. This goddess was driven away by Walfroy, disciple of Saint Martin, who destroyed the statue of Arduina and built a church instead, which became a place of pilgrimage. The present abbey is still called the Ermitage de Saint Walfroy.

Places worth seeing

Basilica of Avioth

A major place of pilgrimage along the road to Compostella. The basilica is a majestic gothic masterpiece in the middle of the fields. It is famous for its nice sculptures and for the black madonna with child who has been worshipped for 900 years in the village. Mothers with stillborn babies used to come from far and near to Our Lady of Avioth because she had the gift of bringing the child back to life for a few minutes so that it could be baptised and could go to heaven. At 10 kilometer from Orval.


The castle of Bouillon is very famous, very touristic, but worth visiting, especially with children.


Gérouville is a village founded by the abbey of Orval and known for its more than 700 years old lime tree.


Marville is a marvelous Spanish style town. Do visit the original 16th century cemetery and the ossuary which counts at least 40 skulls and a warning to remember your mortality.


Montauban is an important archaeological site near Virton where remnants of three successive periods of occupation were discovered (Iron Age, Roman Age, and Middle Ages).


The citadel of Montmédy is an impressive, perfectly preserved fortress built on a rock more than 100 meters above the Lower City. The Higher City was fortified and protected by more than six kilometer long double walls with lift bridges. There is a walking circuit around the citadel which offers a beautiful view of the valleys.


Visit the famous abbey of Orval where you can have guided visits to the old ruins (with a majestic oak tree) and herbal garden, and slides presentation of contemporary monastic life. Also, it is nice to experience the vespers every evening. The abbey is at half an hour’s walk through the forest.


The fortification of Sedan with Europe's largest fortress that measures 35 square meters. It is much less known in Belgium than Bouillan, but at least as beautiful.


Torgny is Belgium’s southernmost village with the atmosphere of the Provence. The village is classified as one of the most beautiful Belgian villages. The marked micro-climate enables wine growing.

  • 2 nights accommodation
  • 3 daily healthy biological vegetarian meals
  • Daily Hatha, Yin, Vinyasa yoga, and yoga Nidra classes
  • Morning meditation sessions
  • Nature walk
  • Pranayama exercises
  • A reservation requires a deposit of 100% of the total price.
  • The deposit is fully refundable if the booking is cancelled up to 2 days before the arrival date.

Verified BookYogaRetreats.com reviews

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    Review by Anonymous

    Relaxing weekend

    CONS Cons: Instructor was really never introducing herself, she left a bit introvert picture of herself. Technically a good teacher but maybe not the best creating a community feeling. She didnt introduce herself (who is she, where is she teaching, how long has she been practicing yoga etc). Also it would have been great to have a short introduction of the ppl at the camp, would have made it easier to talk with ppl especially for those who were alone.

    PROS Pros: There was a lot of yoga on the schedule than what I expected: really nice. Also meditation was nice.

    Organizer response: Dear anymous, I’m really glad that you enjoyed my yoga and meditation sessions. Thank you so much for this positive review, Sorry that you had the impression that I didn’t fully introduce myself. Most of the people know me from previous retreats and I assumed that people checked me out before coming to my retreat. If you want more info about me, you can find this here on the website or on my own website. About your ‘community-remark’: I believe a retreat is above all about the yoga and the meditation. Even more, I think that forcing people to connect is rather intrusive. I want people to have their comfort to drop into their own space. But I definitly take your remarks into account and I’m looking forward to see you again at another retreat.

    2017-Sep-19 12:14:40

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    Review by Anonymous

    2017-Sep-18 18:47:59

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    Review by St├ęphanie Adao from Luxembourg

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    Review by Anonymous

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    Review by Viki Vandermeeren from United States

    2017-Sep-18 04:10:42

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    Review by Ine Soetens from Netherlands

    PROS Pros: Fijne groep. Veel goede lessen al was het engels voor mij niet altijd te begrijpen. Het gezamenlijk eten was gezellig en bovenal lekker. Hele fijne plek voor een yoga weekend.

    2017-May-22 20:45:20

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    Review by Ineke Talen from Netherlands


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  • Review by Joeri from Belgium
    10 out of 10

    "Sarah is a great yoga teacher. I really like her sessions. She is fluent in Dutch, French, and English. Highly recommended."

    Yoga Trail website, edited

  • Review by Francios Bales
    10 out of 10

    "I'd never do yoga retreat but this was magical. Sarah is a great coach that makes you want to keep it very well mastered her discipline and the ambiances great."

    Mind & Yoga Coach Facebook page, edited

  • Review by Katleen Van der Dries from Belgium
    10 out of 10

    "Already for one year now, I participate in the (advanced) Vinyasa classes of Sarah. The focus she has on the correct techniques and the wellbeing of all participants, the variation she brings in her classes convinced me right away to join her yoga retreat in Ibiza. It was a wonderful experience, both for body and mind. Thanks to Sarah for her professionalism and her human warmth!"

    Mind & Yoga Coach Facebook page, edited

  • Review by Marie De Lanotte, Brussels, Belgium
    10 out of 10

    "Sarah is an enthusiastic and quality yoga teacher who brings calmness and peace during her classes! I would recommend her to anyone who is passionate about yoga or would like to start trying."

    Yoga Trail website, edited

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Arrival: Friday December 15, 2017
Departure: Sunday December 17, 2017

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