RECONNECT TO SELF’ NORFOLK YOGA RETREAT 2024
Reconnect To Self Norfolk Yoga Retreat 2024
26 January, 2024
'RECONNECT TO SELF’
NORFOLK YOGA RETREAT 2024
26 January, 2024
Friday 26th January @15:00 until Sunday 28th January @15:00
“Watch your thoughts, they become words, watch your words, they become actions, watch your actions, they become habits, watch you habits, they become character, watch your character, for it becomes your destiny”. Author Unknown.
Becky is an experienced yoga teacher and has been hosting retreats at West Lexham for years. So much thought is put into Chanting Stork Yoga Retreats to include a potent mix of yoga practices, healthy food, soul soothing activities, laugher and connection.
All Meals & Refreshments Included
🌸 Wild swimming for the adventurous hearted
🌸 Sanctuary garden for stillness and reflection
🌸 Row boats for a leisurely cruise
🌸 22 acres of land to explore
This January schedule will be filled with some of her favourite embodied practices; from vinyasa yoga with uplifting flows to the more slower restorative practices, mindfulness and pranayama.
Use this yoga retreat as an opportunity to drop out, tune in and fill up on the good stuff, self care, love and connectivity.
Sound healing will be weaved into the retreat with Gongs, Crystal Singing Bowls and Drumming raising our vibrations as we can harmonise and elevate our own inner vibrations.
We will also have contrast therapy sauna and ice bath and we have a wonderful massage therapist with her own therapy room where you will be able to book massages as an optional extra during your stay.
Together we will create a space to connect to your inner wisdom, to feel inspired and to set intentions for the year ahead so that your actions become aligned with your values.
You will stay on a beautiful eco-friendly country manor estate, sustainably run on over 90% renewable energy with quirky rooms and a lovely, dedicated yoga space, not far from the North Norfolk Coast.
The weekend location is nature at its best with acres of beautiful private land to explore, gardens, woods, forests and even its own boating lake with boats to use.