We invite you to join us for a week of immersion in yogic inquiry. In a beautiful setting, away from distractions, we can focus on community and inner connection.

T wo experienced teachers will weave together philosophy, postural practice and subtle yoga techniques, showing how they combine to enrich our lives. These ancient techniques have the power to transform us. As traditional texts explain, they dissolve mental clutter, awakening clarity and unveiling inner light.


  • Silent mornings
  • Seated meditation
  • Guided self-practice (Mysore style)
  • Brunch
  • Space for contemplation, relaxation and leisure
  • Afternoon discussions
  • Exploring philosophy
  • Pranayama
  • Evening meal

Guided self-practice (Mysore style)

Students are taught postures one-to-one within a group setting. Depending on numbers, start times may be staggered to ensure that everyone has plenty of attention.  There is an indoor and outdoor space for practice.


We will explore a range of harmonious rhythms of yogic breathing. For much of the history of yoga, this was the principal method of physical practice.


The day begins quietly, sitting with what is. You will be guided in and out of the practice. If you already use a specific technique, you are welcome to do so.


Yoga is the practice of inquiry. We will gather together to share ideas on transformative topics from yogic texts, considering how to apply them in our lives.

More info

Start Date

Sat 11th Jul 2020

End Date

Sat 18th Jul 2020


Corrie Preece

Ashtanga Yoga Teacher (Level 2)

Daniel Simpson

Philosophy tutor in Oxford


750 £