Blue Mountains weekend Retreat

Fri 6 - Sun 8 Sept 2019 

Spring Weekend Retreat in the spectacular Blue Mountains! From Friday lunchtime until Sunday afternoon, leave behind your routine and responsibilities. Rejuvenate and nourish yourself physically, mentally and spiritually with gentle yoga & relaxation for stress reduction. Free time to read by the open fire, bush walk in the crisp mountain air, or relax with good company, this popular retreat is warm and friendly. The cosy log cabins of Jemby-Rinjah Eco Lodge, Blackheath, are surrounded by National Parks, walking tracks and lookouts - the ideal retreat venue. 

Program begins Fri 6/9 from 2pm and ends around 3pm on Sun 8/9

PROGRAM INCLUDES:
•  Accommodation & dinner Fri & Sat nights  •  Hot breakfast  •  
Bush walks  •
•  I
nteractive discussions  •  Outdoor fire-pit  •  4 yoga & relaxation sessions  • 

•  Unlimited tea, coffee & hot chocolate  • 

 $549 per person - twin or triple share 

No previous yoga experience necessary. This retreat is very popular, contact me to book your place

WHAT OTHERS SAY:

"I've attend the retreat twice on my own - but have been far from alone. I shared the weekend with like-minded people of all ages and walks of life. Then there is Jane, who is so much more than a teacher! She is a friend, an inspiration and
someone who helps open my mind and bring positivity to my life. I leave the weekend happy, rested and ready to
take on my life once more. Thanks again for another great weekend - see you next year"!

AMY MOTBY - Busy mum

"The perfect break to connect with nature and reconnect with yourself. Great mix of relaxation, yoga, activity,
food, exploration and engagement with like-minded, very friendly people. 
Thanks for such a wonderful
weekend and for making me feel five years younger! I can't wait for next year".

JANE WILLIAMS – Business owner

"This retreat is THE absolute package. The 3 days gives me a break from my busy, noisy, family life.
I dedicated time to myself, reflection, yoga, mindfulness and enjoyed the peace and surrounding mountains.

I made new friends, re-connected with old, had a good laugh, relaxed around an open fire, walked, read, ate yummy
wholesome food (that someone else had cooked). And King Parrots ate from my hand!

KERRY TAYLOR – Teacher