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Bathe in the Summer Sun

Style of Yoga to be taught


The morning practice will start with mediation and some pranayama to help settle the mind for the benefits of the physical practice. The asana practice will be a mixture of Ashtanga Vinyasa incorporating more therapeutic and freeing aspects from Svastha Yoga. It will be an invigorating morning experience encouraging you to be true to how you are that day. 

The evening practice will focus on longer holds, gentler variations of postures, and breath work. This is a practice for clearing the mind and balancing your energy for a relaxing evening and a rejuvenating night's sleep. Good physical and mental health comes from finding an easy balance between our internal experience and our external perceptions. Often learning not to take ourselves too seriously. 

Your Rustic Retreats journey

“We have calcium in our bones, iron in our veins, carbon in our souls, and nitrogen in our brains. 93 percent stardust, with souls made of flames, we are all just stars that have people names.’ - Nikita Gill 

Yoga reminds us that nature is a healer. Our connection to the earth around us is a reminder that we are a very very small component of something far greater, and more awe inspiring than many of us can truly perceive or hold fully in the grasp of our own understanding. All practices, physical, meditational, cerebral all connect us to the natural environment we are a part of. This we will explore further, particularly how the physical practice of asana can link us into the deeper aspects of Yoga Philosophy according to Patanjali, which guides us to understand the nature of what it is to be human. We will look at the first “two limbs” of “The Eightfold Path of Yoga” : Yamas and Niyamas 

These are ancient yoga texts that give timeless guidance for how our yoga practice informs the way we connect with and relate to the world around us. 

Come and soak up the scenery and sunsets of Rustic Retreats and retune your body’s natural rhythm. As you let go, find space to break away and wander deeper into life and all that the universe holds for you. 

Daily timetable for yoga retreat


07.30 Pranayama or morning meditation

08.00 Morning yoga practice

09.30 - 10.15 Breakfast buffet

11.00 Workshop (practical/theoretical) or free time

13.00 Lunch

15.00 Free time

19.00 Evening yoga practice

20.30 Meditation or Yoga Nidra

21.00 Evening meal

(Please note, this is a sample timetable and may be subject to change.)


There will be one workshop a day, it may be in the morning or afternoon. 

Your workshop programme
Ahimsa, Satya & Saucha


How do we live out the yogic concepts of non-violence, truthfulness and integrity? How do we take yoga from our mats and use it as a tool for moral imagination and social healing? During this first workshop we will be exploring these questions. 

Asteya, Santosha & Tapas


Collectively these Yamas and Niyamas are a daily call to contentment: a reminder that meaning isn’t measured by how busy you are or how much money you have but instead who we are in the deepest parts of our being. During this workshop we will spend time reflecting on where we find 

our own meaning and contentment, and then take our reflections out into nature for a meditative walk, asking what nature can teach us about our place in the world. 


Brahmacharya & Aparigraha


Building on the previous days exploration of where we find meaning, this workshop will explore how we share that with the world. Brahmacharya and Aparigraha ask us to think about how we can give generously and freely whilst also protecting the energy we give out. Thinking about what it is that we have to share with the world, and how we can spend more time doing that in a more proactive way.


Svadhyaya & Ishvara Pranidhana


These final Niyamas are about self-study, awakening to your true potential and surrendering to the universe. As the retreat draws to a close and we prepare to move back into our lives we review and consolidate what we will be taking away with us into our normal lives. 

Yoga Nidra


End the week with an extended yoga nidra practice. Yoga nidra or yogic sleep will bring you to a deeper state of relaxation than a typical meditation practice. As you connect more deeply to your physical being, this opens space for your soul, mind and spirit to awaken. Spending time in this deep surrender leads you into a deep awareness of peace, a peace you can bring back with you to your waking life. 


It costs from €579 per person, including all meals, yoga, workshops & equipment. Not including flights or transfers. 


Get in touch with us to ask any questions, find out more about our retreat or reserve your place now for just €140 deposit.

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