Yoga and Hiking Experience in Isle of Skye, Scotland (October Edition)

Oct 12 to Oct 16, 2024

Yoga and Hiking Experience in Isle of Skye, Scotland (October Edition)
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Come exploring with us on the breath taking Isle of Skye! Skye is a stunning island located off the west coast of Scotland, and it's filled with natural wonders and fascinating history. One of the most famous landmarks on the island is the Old Man of Storr (above) a huge rock formation that towers over the landscape and provides stunning views. The island is also home to the Fairy Pools, crystal-clear pools and waterfalls that look like something out of a fairy tale.

There are Lochs and, being an island, it is obviously surround by the sea. There are also mountains every which way you look. There is the old man of Storr, The Quairaing, the red Cuillin and the stunning Black Cuillin ridge that runs for a staggering 8 miles across its high ridge which dominates the landscape on the south/mid of the island. The property that we shall be staying in is right on the waters edge so for those brave enough for wild swimming they can dip right outside the doorstep.

We will hike around parts of the island that are off the beaten track - that the majority of tourists miss altogether. Old abandoned villages, secret nooks and cranny’s; hidden gems that most people pass by on the tourist path. Having a central base we can access some pretty amazing spots - you will really get to experience the magic that this island beholds.

Whether you're interested in stunning landscapes, fascinating history, or just want to enjoy some Scottish hospitality, our retreat Is a must.

The food will be amazing nutritious and delicious! Grace is passionate about healthy, nutritious food that will tickle your taste buds. The meals will be mostly vegetarian with the chance to try some local cuisine also.

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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