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Step away from the August hustle and into a haven of tranquility at Hawkwood. Join our immersive retreat, a carefully curated experience designed to revitalize your holistic well-being. Amidst Hawkwood’s serene backdrop, indulge in mindful art workshops, unlocking creativity and self-expression. Elevate your physical and mental balance with invigorating yoga sessions led by seasoned instructors. Immerse yourself in the healing embrace of nature through guided forest bathing experiences, rejuvenating your senses.
This August, escape the chaos, embrace serenity, and embark on a journey of self-discovery at Hawkwood. Stay tuned for the full program reveal – your holistic haven awaits!
Event time: Mon 5th Aug 2024 at 4:00pm - Wed 7th Aug 2024 at 4:00pm
Unleash your creativity through guided art sessions that encourage mindfulness and self-expression. Explore various artistic mediums and discover the therapeutic benefits of creating art in a serene environment.
Immerse yourself in the healing power of nature with guided forest bathing experiences. Connect with the natural world around you, rejuvenate your senses, and find solace in the beauty of Hawkwood’s lush landscapes.
Center yourself through invigorating yoga sessions led by experienced instructors. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced practitioner, these sessions are tailored to enhance your physical and mental well-being, promoting balance and inner peace.
Hawkwood is a stunning Grade II listed 19th Century country house, surrounded by 42 acres of sustainably managed woodland, farmland, and gardens. Set in the heart of the Cotswolds – an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – it is a sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of modern life. With a diverse selection of nearly 150 courses, there’s plenty to choose from, including courses in transformative leadership, future thinking, inner life, music and the arts. Our programme of courses is led by experienced tutors and leaders in their fields.
Both residential and non-residential rates are available. Residential options are fully inclusive with all meals provided. Non-residential options include suppers, lunches and all refreshments and exclude B&B.
Mindful walking through our woodland trails
Meditate in our Woodland Sanctuary
Go on a hike and explore the Cotswolds AONB
Discover surrounding charming market towns
Come with an open heart and a curious mind! For the yoga sessions, wear comfortable clothes that allow easy movement. If you have a yoga mat, please bring it along for added comfort during the sessions. If you're joining the forest bathing, bring sturdy boots for a delightful walk amidst nature. Don't forget to pack your favourite journal or book for moments of reflection and inspiration. Your own sketchbook is also a great addition to capture the essence of your creative journey.
Please note that all prices are per person. Our residential options are fully inclusive, covering all meals. Non-residential options include suppers, lunches, and refreshments, excluding bed and breakfast.
Rest assured, we've got your dining covered! Residential packages include all meals, ensuring you savour the Hawkwood experience to the fullest.
For those opting for non-residential packages, please arrange your own bed and breakfast accommodations.
We can't wait to embark on this rejuvenating journey with you at Hawkwood! If you have any specific questions or need further details, feel free to reach out.
Dee Aebischer is a qualified guide with the UK Forest Bathing Institute, who holds a Masters and PhD in Forest Science. Dee is passionate about the environment and helping people develop a meaningful connection with nature and has been interested in mindfulness and meditation practices and their benefits for many years.
Emily Joy is a socially engaged artist making sculpture, installation and performative work, and (as half of creative partnership ‘Periscope’) facilitator of public creative projects. Currently exploring Swiss glacial melt and the associated ecological and social impacts, her practice is centred around communication, empathy and environmental concerns. Her work focuses on two interconnected drives: Material engagement (interactions with common/earthen materials including clay and drawing on paper) and theoretical research (exploring commonalities/shared viewpoints). Both aspects are self-exploratory, subjective, and challenge personal limits, but are explored through public participatory activities.Visit Tutor's Website
Lindsay McLeod has been studying, practising and teaching Body Harmony internationally for 30 years. She lives in a deeply embodied way with an animist awareness which calls for reciprocal love and respect for all life forms.
Lindsay studied with and translated for the founder of Body Harmony, Dr Don McFarland, for over 20 years. Don himself studied Continuum with its founder, for over two decades infusing much of Body Harmony with its wisdom.Visit Tutor's Website
Frankie first came to yoga as a student, to help cope with exam stress and anxiety, and quickly realised that she had found much more! She was lucky to have a teacher who inspired Frankie with her joyous and open approach to the vast subject that is yoga. She has continued to discover in yoga a profoundly nourishing and resourcing practice, which has helped her through many changes and difficulties in her life – not least becoming a mother, and the death of her own mother. Frankie’s daily practice is an anchor, reminding her of what really matters in life, and the possibility of taking this out into the rest of her day.Visit Tutor's Website