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Spring Retreat with Will Wheeler and David Kam from £400


Join Will Wheeler and David Kam for a three day retreat.

Head into 2018 with a spring in your step over an immersive three day weekend in the beauty of the south downs as Will and David guide you through a series of thoughtfully designed yoga classes and workshops. Over the weekend, you will also enjoy delicious seasonal food and massage treatments in the beauty of the south downs.

This is an opportunity to escape from the busy city life, giving yourself some breathing and thinking space. Slow down, taking the time to recharge as you meet other creative minds and forge lasting connections. Leave feeling a little more settled and refreshed, with a regained perspective and renewed enthusiasm for your passion.

Spaces are limited. Enquire via email willwheeryoga@yogadmin.co.uk

To know more about Will & David,
www.willwheeleryoga.com | www.davidkamkiawei.com

PRICES

£400 early bird (1st 4 spots)

£450 normal rate (exc. travel expenses, treatment etc)

ABOUT WILL

Discovering yoga while training as an actor and using it in his career in movement and physical theatre, Will’s yoga adventures have taken him to Bali and India to learn yoga and the study of Ayurveda.

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Going on to train as a yoga teacher with yogahaven in Morocco, Will now runs retreats in various locations around Europe as well as teaching events and classes throughout London including hot yoga, vinyasa flow and restorative. With a fun and playful teaching style, Will's classes are strong, upbeat and lively.

Alongside pro-fighter and boxing coach Chris Baugh, Will is also the co-founder of YogaBox London — a workout using the disciplines of boxing, yoga and mindfulness.

Will continues his professional development by studying with senior teachers including Sianna Sherman and Jason Crandell (US) and Claire Missingham (UK).

 

ABOUT DAVID

David is an international dance artist and yoga teacher based in London.

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His interest in movemet stemmed from contemporary theatrical drumming under the tutelage of HANDS Percussion, whose collaborative practice led him towards encountering contemporary dance and yoga.