Friday 28th to Monday 31st August 2020
at Trigonos, Nantlle, Gwynedd, LL54 6BW, North Wales
Join Sandra Robinson and Claire Mace for four days and three nights on retreat, featuring workshop-length Forrest yoga sessions, a wander through myth-soaked Snowdonia, and other activities that will soothe your soul.
Many people live with ongoing stress, anxiety or worry, whether it is front-of-mind, or subtly present in the background. How can you change your relationship and reactions to the stressors of work, family, expectations and information overload, so you can live a more easeful life
During this retreat you will be encouraged to unplug, down-regulate your nervous system, recharge your batteries, and explore Being at Ease. Everything is optional: if you find that what you need to do is sleep, you are welcome to do so.
In the mornings you will experience three hour Forrest yoga sessions with different levels of challenge on offer, so you can explore how to find ease amid intensity.
If you enjoy walking, you can join an afternoon hike up past waterfalls to the ancient hill fort of Dinas Emrys, a site famously associated with many Welsh legends including that of Myrddin (Merlin) and the warring dragons.
There will be other sessions on offer for soothing and down-regulating the nervous system, including Restorative yoga, storytelling in the library, and a tea ceremony featuring local plants and herbs.
Trigonos is one of North Wales’ loveliest retreat venues, set amid the stunning Snowdonia scenery. The rooms are comfortable and the chefs are exceptional: you will enjoy healing, nourishing food, much of it locally grown and organic.
£799 single ensuite room
£699 single non-ensuite room
£599 twin non-ensuite room (shared with 1 other)
£349 non-residential (local people only)
Either pay in full or pay a 50% deposit now (the balance is due two weeks before retreat start date).
£50 earlybird discount for the first 8 people to book: use the coupon code EASEFUL when booking online.
The address is: Trigonos, Nantlle, Gwynedd, LL54 6BW. There is plenty of parking on site. If you are coming by public transport, the nearest train station is Bangor (Gwynedd) and we can arrange a lift-share to get you to and from the station.
You can check in from 4pm on the Friday, and we’ll start with a Forrest Yoga session at 5pm, followed by dinner at 7pm. The retreat will end after lunch on the Monday at around 2pm.
Sandra Robinson is a Forrest Yoga Guardian. She is one of the hand-picked senior teachers of international yoga pioneer Ana Forrest, and offers workshops and teacher training both from her studio in Peterborough and around the world. She is also a Body Psychotherapist and fascinated by how change happens through a deep acceptance of who we are. She has a talent for working with groups, creating a safe environment where students can explore their own process.
Yoga teacher, singer and storyteller Claire Mace is based in North Wales. She is deeply moved by the depth of this ancient landscape and the power of nature. Her gift is in creating safe space for students to become more embodied, and therefore better placed to move through the world. She runs yoga classes, workshops, retreats and teacher trainings that guide students to practice where they are at, working at their edge compassionately, no matter what their age, weight or flexibility