Yoga in Devon at Bindu Yoga Centre

Friday 22nd - Monday 25th May 2020. 

A £100 deposit will secure your place.

Spend a relaxing long weekend with Molly at the Bindu Yoga Centre in the heart of Devon.  Practise yoga in the centre’s purpose built octagonal Yoga studio, nourish the body with home-cooked vegetarian food, and indulge in the sauna, heated pool and wood fired hot tub.  £350.  Massages can be booked as an optional extra (£40).  Please email the studio to book.

 All meals are homemade with fresh ingredients and come from the Leafy Green Menu Guide.  Your welcome meal includes quiche, salads and artisan breads followed by dessert.  Breakfasts are freshly made with a selection of seasonal fruits, toasts, yogurts and granolas.  Freshly made teas and  fresh ground coffee.    Alcohol is not included but please feel free to bring your own.

To conclude, this is a long weekend starting Friday evening and ending Monday morning  The retreat includes 8 classes and a walk with meditation, with a welcome meal and breakfast onsite.

For our Saturday evening meal, we visit the famous Riverford Field Kitchen.

We do things differently at The Riverford Field Kitchen. There's no starters and no mains. We bring dishes to your table in one long flow - a set menu of six-eight dishes celebrating the seasonal produce in our surrounding fields and garden.  Combinations of hot and cold seasonal salads, inspiring veg dishes and grass reared meat or sustainable fish.

Portions are generous and there’ll be plenty to go round. When it comes to pudding, we'll invite you up to the kitchen to choose from a wickedly tempting selection.

For our Sunday evening meal, we visit the famous Maltsters Arms previously owned by Keith Floyd.

The Maltsters Arms is an atmospheric, riverside pub, restaurant and bed & breakfast nestling in the picturesque Dart Valley. Steeped in history, this 18th Century Inn is located in the hamlet of Tuckenhay, which was once a hive of industrial activity.

Within easy reach of Totnes, Dartmouth and the stunning South Devon coast there is no better place to while away a few hours while enjoying a tasty lunch or dinner and relaxing with a cold beer or a glass of wine.