Our flagship yoga retreats, where we appreciate how close to nature and its elements we are at Valley View. Seasonal yoga retreats are two night breaks with dynamic yoga flows, yin and restorative yoga, and time in nature. We offer optional seasonal workshops, to help you eat seasonally with wellness tips to help keep you in balance.
Seasonal yoga is an invigorating practice that harnesses the energy of the season and works on many levels. Living seasonally is a natural way to live . You may see yoga as a way to stretch and strengthen, or perhaps you are looking to release not just physical but mental tension too. Just come with an open mind and the practice will offer all these and more besides. In yoga, we cultivate awareness, we work with our energy and we break habits. What we discover on the mat, we can take with us into life.
During seasonal yoga week-ends, not only do we work with the energy of the season but we can also help you develop a practice for your own mind body type. We welcome all levels of yoga students including complete beginners at all our events. However, on seasonal yoga retreats, the flow practices is energising and dynamic. As such they are not suitable for people with joint problems, high blood pressure or other health issues which limit movement. Other aspects of the week-end can be enjoyed by all. Or for a retreat with less dynamic practices see our Whitby yoga holidays. And of course, whichever option you choose you can always Add to your retreat
On our retreats you eat truly seasonal vegetables cooked with seasonal flavours. If you are interested we can help you grow your own, forage, and use local produce. And you can join a short guided walk in the local area to deepen your understanding of seasonal changes.
Yogandspice Seasonal yoga two night week-end breaks start at £325 for a shared twin room. Or if you wish to stay for the Sunday night there is an additional charge of £35 per person to include a light supper and breakfast.
Additional nights can be booked on a self-catering basis.