Yoga, Adventures and Exploring in Tamar Valley, UK

Oct 24 to Oct 27, 2024

Yoga, Adventures and Exploring in Tamar Valley, UK
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The Farm is a rare, idyllic treasure hidden away in the Tamar Valley - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).  It is set in 17 acres including riverside access, a beautiful apple orchard, poly tunnel, veg garden, wood fired hot tub and stunning private gardens. The farmstead has been in existence since before the Domesday Book. The main lounge has that deep feeling of calm that you normally only find in old churches and chapels and it is not surprising that the property is situated on lay lines.

If you are looking for a rustic haven to relax and enjoy the beautiful countryside and truly get away from it all, then this really is the place. Nestled in the Tamar Valley on the banks of the River Tamar, the border between Devon and Cornwall, the farm is completely surrounded by nature. One of those rare places that you feel completely cut off from the rest of the world. A true resting place.

The Farm aims to be as environmentally friendly as possible. Currently going through conversion with the Soil Association to be completely organic, they sustainably farm rare breed sheep, goats, and heritage apple varieties. The farmstead is a mixture of ancient buildings, some of which are converted to allow for comfortable modern living.

We will have a low key relaxed schedule where everything is optional. You can be a sociable or as hermit like as you wish. You can curl up by the fire, read a book, relax. Or venture out on one of our guided walks around the local area or over onto Dartmoor.

About The Host


Laura lived in Scotland for a number of years managing and caring for the international yoga retreat center known as ecoYoga. She fell in love with the mountains up there and was often out walking the munro's finding solitude on her days off from running the busy center. Generally she was very spoilt. She had a chef 85% of the time, hot tubs, sauna and out door baths were hidden in every nook and cranny of the land and bathing in nature was a big theme of the ecoYoga center. Life was indeed one long yoga retreat… for many years.

Laura has extensive experience running, teaching and hosting retreats. In fact it was her way of life for many moons and so it now comes as second nature to her. She is now exploring the hiking side of the retreats and combining her love of the mountains and being out in the wilderness with the practice of yoga itself. She is currently undergoing Hill and Moorland Training to become a Hill and Moorland Leader - meaning she will be fully prepared to take people out in the wild. Having utmost respect for the mountains and acknowledging mother natures power she will recruit the help of a qualified Mountain Leader whenever the altitude gets high or the terrain gets rocky. 

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