Mini yoga retreats

For a complete step change, try a yoga mini retreat.

Suitable for absolute beginners to intermediate level.  For groups of 6, at £65 per head.

The day consists starts with a one and a half hour yoga session at Parndon Mill, including relaxation, and pranayama (breathing) exercises, followed by instruction in a yoga sequence such as Sun Salutations, followed by still postures (asanas).

We retire to the boat for a light meal, with organic salads, juices and smoothies.

We then cruise the picturesque river Stort, mooring up at a remote and secluded spot for some guided meditation.

Each participant will be required to complete a Physical Activity Readiness questionnaire (PARQ) before the booking is accepted.  Booked places are transferrable, subject to the substitute also completing a satisfactory PARQ before the mini-retreat.

You will need to wear loose, comfortable clothing, and bring comfortable footwear and some additional outer layers of clothing for the cruise.

Annie's Launch cruising restaurant, with guests enjoying a glass of wine on the cruising deck before their entree, during a cruise along the river Stort in Hertfordshire U.K.

Annies Launch cruising restaurant customers enjoy a glass of wine before their entree during a cruise along the river Stort in Hertfordshire U.K.

Aromatic duck salad served on vine leaves, in a decorative blue shallow glass bowl

The front deck of Annie's Launch cruising restaurant set for a dining experience. Aromatic duck salad tossed in truffle oil, served on vine leaves, in a decorative blue shallow glass bowl standing on hand painted serving mats. Complimented with flowers, and hand decorated glasses finished with 23 carat gold leaf.

Hand decorated champagne flute and bottle of champagne with fibre glass globe artistic sculpture on the river Stort

A sculpture in fibre glass by John Lewis provides the backdrop for a hand decorated champagne flute and bottle of champagne, on Annie's Launch floating and cruising restaurant, at the home mooring in Parndon Mill.

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