Nordic roots and Viking like spirit brought these sisters together. The spirit of: fighting for what’s in your heart, to follow your heart and to flow from it. With similar background in the performance and movement world Josie and Ida wanted to create a space and find a place where they could help others to connect and express their own inner Viking – to find the essence of inner power.
TO BE (COME) MORE YOU
13 - 17 11 2020
Plug out from the matrix and plug in to yourself. Immerse yourself in the powerful duality of yin and yang yoga practise by the Nordic Sisters Ida & Josie. Held in the beauty and rawness of Nature we will allow for an opening and softening to occur. All. By. Itself.
WHATS IT ALL ABOUT?
Escape with us to the magical Pembrokeshire in Wales. To a place of restoration, reconnection and relaxation.
It's a sanctuary; a magical, spiritual place seeped in history and alive with nature. It is beautiful, peaceful, enchanting and uplifting. This is more than just a place for us. It’s a tonic. A feel good retreat that restores the body, inspires the mind and energises the soul.
Discover the magic of Lawrenny and its surrounding area. Enjoy a restorative short break, surrounded by hundreds of acres of ancient woodland and secret water ways. Oh and that we mention WILD SWIMMING, YOGA, HOT TUB, SHAMANIC & INTUITIVE HEALING???
Come away with us where dreams are made and time is never ending. We here present to you our retreat uniquely created and curated to bring YOU back to YOU.
And for good measure we are GIFTING you an extra night FREE of charge if you want to stay on and enjoy the beauty of the landscape this means you could be there from the 13-18th November!!!
Retreat is located at Upper walled garden of Lawrenny Park. The old castle site, Pembrokeshire, Wales SA68 0PW
Lawrenny is on a peninsula of the River Cleddau estuary upriver from Milford Haven where it branches off towards the Cresswell and Carew Rivers and is in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Lawrenny developed around fishing, boat building and as a staging point for quarried limestone extracted from quarries upriver. In the 1830s there were 422 inhabitants and there was a ferry over the Cresswell River. Racing stables in the village provided Wales' first and only Grand National winner, Kirklandat Aintree in 1905. Lawrenny alos played a role in the World War II as a base for Supermarine Walrus seaplanes and a training centre, known as HMS Daedalus II, operated by the Fleet Air Arm. There are a number of beautful walks such as the scenic circular walk takes you through the steep-sided ancient oak woodland of Lawrenny, overlooking the main Daugleddau River and along the tidal creeks of Garron Pill and the Cresswell River. This is a great walk to do in any season and takes you past The Lawrenny Arms Pub and The Quayside Cafe.
Nearest train station: Narberth. Check in 12PM / Check out 12PM.
ACCOMMODATION & PRICES:
Stay in the luxury geodomes. Each dome is fully insulated and has its own wood burner, kitchen, bathroom, and hot tub. Those green-fingered among you will also love the potting shed garden in the grounds of your dome; you’ll find some herbs for supper, and fun to be had in replenishing for the next guests. This is all about switching off. We’re huge fans of getting back to some of life’s basics: fresh air, good company, relaxation, restoration. Here feels a million miles from hustle and bustle. There’s space and time. Rivers, walks, camp fires. It’s the safe outdoors that we all need. P.S. THe domes come with wifi and smart TVs because these things just make life easier sometimes. Whether you use them or not is up to you!
TRIPLE OR QUADRIBLE OCCUPANCY
4 night accommodation + additional 5th night !!
breakfast, lunch & dinner
8 x 90 min yoga & meditation classes guided by Ida & Josie
Extra Activities - Fishing, Foraging and Feasting, Wild Swimming, Bespoke 1 ON 1 Training, Shamanic & Intuitive healing
For those that might want to stay over for an extra night (free of charge) and explore the grounds of Pembrokeshire. There are many places to visit including: Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the only national park in the UK to be focused primarily along dramatic coastline. Tenby A Victorian seaside town with picture-postcard qualities. The monastery on Caldey Island, just a short boat ride from Tenby, is also well worth a visit. Clear days in the Preseli Hills offer views as far as the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland. Stackpole nature reserve is a beautiful stretch of coastline offering varied attractions including stunning beaches like Barafundle Bay, contrasting with the picturesque Bosherston Lakes near Stackpole Court. There are many activities including kayaking and coasteering, as well as plenty of delicious local produce to sample in the Boathouse at Stackpole Quay. Freshwater West, a wide sandy beach and plenty of space to run about! Rockpools to discover mysterious sea creatures! Sandcastle building heaven! Or a bit of surfing action! Foodies will love the award-winning Cafe Môr beach food shack. Whale and dolphin watching Harbour porpoises are easily spotted from the coast of Pembrokeshire, while there are several boat trips into the deep waters nearby. For more info go to www.visitpembrokeshire.com