Retreats


Why go on a yoga retreat?

The word “retreat” literally means to withdraw, a departure from normal life - an opportunity for transformation!


You can choose to transform anything in your life and a yoga retreat provides a great environment to make a start.


Enjoy yourself
On your own or as part of the group. We understand the need to have a 'good time' and although we take our Yoga seriously we do not forget to chill out and have a laugh as well! 

Create a new perspective 
Going on a yoga retreat is a brilliant way to break free of old patterns, release limitations and explore new possibilities. You have the luxury of time and space to focus on yourself. The peaceful surroundings are perfect to contemplate what makes you happy and help you realise what you want out of life. 

Support a life change 
Life is all about change and yet it can be one of the hardest things to deal with. Attending a yoga retreat is a healthy way to gain deeper understanding, clarity and insight. It can help build courage and internal strength to enable you to deal more positively with challenging times. 

Find balance - re-energize 
If you are feeling physically, mentally, emotionally or spiritually challenged you will benefit from going on a yoga holiday. It will re-energize and balance your body and mind. As you reconnect with your inner self you will be able to understand your real values, passions and desires. 
What people say:

'You have inspired me.  To yoga, to life.  The retreat with you, with its formidable content, so graciously composed and delivered, broadened my understanding of yoga and made me see a new dimension.  Thank you so much!'
S.B. Germany

'I will never forget my first trip to India - a truly spiritual journey - thank you!'
K.P. England

About the teacher
Having led numerous international retreats, Babs teaches in a holistic and intuitive way. Every retreat is different, as are her students. She creates a unique program, which allows everyone to learn at their own pace whilst experiencing Yoga as part of a group. 

Babs teaches Vinyasa Flow, which means a fusion of different forms of Yoga, rather than one specific “style”. Vinyasa Yoga is a purifying and re-balancing practice where breath and body movement are one. Babs invites you to learn more about philosophy and the spiritual aspects of Yoga to help you deepen your understanding and practice.



Yoga in the ancient ruins of Kaunos (Pic. by David Scheinman)