Yoga Aura’s Mindful Autumn Yoga Retreats in the Peak Distri

This year’s Mindful Yoga Retreats will take place at Gradbach Mill, Quarnford, located just outside Buxton the famous Spa Town, on the borders of Derbyshire and Staffordshire.
A weekend filled with a variety of yoga to suit all levels and tastes including Mindful Yin Yoga, Mindful Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow, Restorative/Gentle Yin Gong Bath & walks

Where

Gradbach Mill8206540
Flagg, Near Buxton. Derbyshire GB

Type of Event

  • Retreat

Yoga Styles

Levels

When

Sep 20 to
Sep 22
2019
16:30 pmto14:00 pm

Arriving on the Friday late afternoon, departing on Sunday afternoon, with option to stay additional nights making the most of the opportunity to explore the area further (rooms available extra nights

Price

£275

Full Description

This year’s Mindful Yoga Retreats will take place at Gradbach Mill, Quarnford, located just outside Buxton the famous Spa Town, on the borders of Derbyshire and Staffordshire.

We have an exclusive package organised in this refurbished former silk spinning mill, which is now a 13 en-suite bedroom, luxury 4 star, stunning accommodation, full of history, set among some of the Peak Districts most beautiful scenery, in a wooded valley, situated along-side the bank of the River Dane with walks to the Roaches and Luds Church right on the doorstep.

Gradbach Mill set in a tiny hamlet is just 40 minutes’ drive from Manchester Airport.

The weekend will be filled with a variety of yoga to suit all levels and tastes including Mindful Yin Yoga, Mindful Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow, Restorative/Gentle Yin Gong Bath Sound Healing Therapy Session, Yoga Nidra Meditation, Pranayama as well as mindful walks to Lud’s Church and further exploring of the local area.

This is an exclusive weekend with places limited to a maximum of 26 guests. All rooms are equipped with luxury bathrooms, double, twin or king-size beds and Wi-Fi.

Arriving on the Friday late afternoon, departing on Sunday afternoon, with option to stay additional nights making the most of the opportunity to explore the area further (rooms are available for extra nights at an additional cost) after a morning yoga session, lunch and an afternoon mindful walk, perhaps visit Chatsworth House or Buxton Spa Town.

There are 13 en-suite bedrooms, 3 x double en-suite (one on the ground floor with a wet room) 5 x en-suite twins 4 x Super king en-suite rooms and 1 x family - 4 single beds or 2 single and 1 x Super King-size en-suite.

Prices
Early bird rate to 31st March 2019 /30 June 2019 for 20-22 September
3 x Double en-suite rooms at £275pp/from 1st March/1st July £295 – Single occupancy £80 supplement
5 x Twin en-suite rooms at £295 pp/£320
4 x Super King-size en-suite at £295 pp/£320 - Single occupancy £80
1 x Quad en-suite – 4 singles or 2 singles and 1 super £275pp/from 1st March £295

Saturday Day Retreat - all day option
Saturday limited places for the day only – Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow, Pranayama, Meditation, Breakfast, Walk, Lunch and Restorative, Yin Yoga with Sound Healing – AVAILABLE From Early bird £70.

Includes all vegetarian meals, juices and special dietary requirements. Treatments will also be available.

A deposit of £100 pp is required. The rest can be paid in instalments to be settled 30 days prior to start date of the retreat. Cancellation fees will apply.

A bit more about the weekend, location and accommodation
This is the perfect venue and location to explore a variety of styles of yoga including Mindful Yin Yoga, Yoga Restorative Yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow Yoga, Pranayama and Yoga Nidra Meditation with a Restorative/Gentle Yin Healing Sound Bath Emersion. We will also explore the local countryside on foot although bikes can also be hired.

A bit about the walk to Luds church
A NATURAL WONDER SET IN THE HILLSIDE ABOVE GRADBACH AND BELIEVED TO BE THE INSPIRATION FOR THE ME-DIEVAL POEM, SIR GAWAIN AND THE GREEN KNIGHT.

Legend has it that Lud’s Church, a natural stone cleft sliced into the hillside above Gradbach, was the inspiration for Sir Gawain and the Green Knight – a medieval tale of chivalry, bravery and honour.

Thought to have been formed by an ancient landslide, which saw a section of rock literally slip away from the hill, the deep chasm is 100 metres long and 15 metres deep.

Message or call Kate on 07795 418266 or email or visit for more details.