Join Sarah for a weekend in the beautiful South Downs, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The retreat will include four yoga practices to help you reconnect and take time out. Dynamic and restorative practices will have a specific focus to take you on journey through the body leading you back to center. Suitable for all levels, this weekend will nourish you with practices that turn the autopilot off. Yoga classes and a delicious seasonal vegan/ vegetarian menu will be included to set you up for a weekend of relaxation and indulgence. Should you wish to truly treat yourself then bookings for massage and 1-2-1 yoga will be available.
Full details can be found here and please email Sarah for more information or bookings
£370pp based on shared rooms.
Sarah’s teaching focuses on long-term development through seasonal, anatomical, philosophical and postural themes which empower students through attention and repetition.
Her passion for teaching yoga blossomed after studying with OM Yoga in New York. She has since worked and trained with many established and influential teachers, and is one of Jason Crandell’s senior students who she regularly assists on his advanced trainings and teacher renewal programmes.
Sarah’s teaching offers strong, precise, alignment-based sequences which are anatomically focused and accessible for everyone from beginners to seasoned practitioners. At the heart of her teaching is self-exploration, humour and the space to turn the auto-pilot off!
FRIDAY – You are free to arrive from 4pm. Yoga will take place from 5-6.30.
SATURDAY – Tea and coffee will be available from 7.30am and a dynamic practice will take place from 8-9.30am followed by breakfast. You will then have plenty of time to relax or explore before an evening yoga class. Massage will also be available during this time. There will be a gentle early evening practice with Yoga nidra before we join together for dinner..
SUNDAY – There will be a morning practice followed by plenty of time to relax before enjoying lunch and an early afternoon departure.