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Christmas Preparation Yoga and Relaxation Retreat

Henley Hall is a beautiful Country House set in 12-acres of tranquil countryside in the South Shropshire Hills and the perfect get away prior to the busy Christmas festivities


Our Christmas Preparation retreat offer a structured programme focussed on relaxation, de-stressing and personal renewal to prepare you for the busy Christmas period. Arrive early, staying in our holiday let properties and visit the Ludlow Medieval Christmas Fayre, 27th - 28th November in Ludlow Castle and 'Tinsel Tuesdays' Christmas shopping in Ludlow with a Traditional Christmas Gift Market.
Come and experience…
* Yoga physical practice including asanas, pranayama
* Evening candle lit meditation and breathing practice
* Walks in Ludlow and the Shropshire countryside
* Nutritious, wholesome food to nourish the body
* Massages by our residential therapist
* Tranquil estate grounds to facilitate relaxation and personal meditation
* 2 nights luxury accommodation

Directions and Travel

The post code for Henley Hall is SY8 3HD. This brings you right to our front door! If you need any help with your travel plans, please let us know. We also have a train station in Ludlow, 2 miles from the Hall and so public transport is also an option. Time is also built into the programme to enjoy a guided walk through the rolling Shropshire Hills or visit Ludlow, renowned for its local beautiful buildings, castle and gourmet delights.

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