A joy-filled food and yoga focused retreat in the south of France! Come join us for the weekend as we step far away from the daily grind and step back into nourishment and alignment. Unwind and unplug as you take in the view of the Rhone river from the peaceful, fully-restored, old monastery where we will be staying in the village of Vallabrègues. Indulge in twice-daily yoga practice and meditation with Julia Mitton, founder and owner of Arles Yoga. Dive-in to delicious, fall-inspired food made from fresh, locally sourced ingredients and prepared by chef Lina Caschetto. Gather with other like-minded souls and take part in curated culinary experiences unique to the Provencal region like visits to local olive presses, vineyards and the Camargue rice fields. Savour local natural wines and autumnally-inspired cocktails while we cozy-up fireside to reflect on the year that has been and set intentions that will help guide us through the end of 2018. Our November retreat intends to bring together all the nurturing goodness that fall food and yoga can provide in order to awaken and expand your authentic joie de vivre as we head towards midwinter.
More Than a Feeling - Food + Yoga Retreats are a joyful and seasonal exploration into the fine indulgence of nourishment, alignment and living an authentic good life hosted by Julia Mitton and Lina Caschetto.
Large rooms with several single beds! Will put same sexes together! Shared bathrooms next to the bedrooms!
A spacious room with en-suite, as a couple, or a couple of friends! PRICE IS PER COUPLE, NOT PER PERSON!
Enjoy a spacious and beautiful room with en-suite to yourself!
Between 3-5 PM: arrival at Riverhouse.
5 PM: The official welcome to the retreat and to each other! We'll take you on a tour of the property and explain the plan for the weekend. This will be followed by a guided meditation and a light yoga practice down by the river.
7 PM: Apéro time! Amazing cocktails and nibbles.
8 PM: Dinner is served.
9:30 PM: Shake off the day and join us fireside with a digestif as we begin to introduce the idea of setting intentions.