Following the success of their post Lake of Stars yoga retreat, Kande Horse, a delightful horse riding lodge located south of Chintheche, are soon to be hosting their next Yoga Retreat. The ‘Kanga Yoga Retreat’ will take place from 15 – 18 November 2019 and will be run by Yoga instructor Emma Bonnici.
Guests are encouraged to relax, unwind and re-energise for the three day retreat. A range of activities will be offered as part of the retreat including morning and evening yoga classes, horse riding and workshops. Guests can also expect to try farmhouse organic vegetarian meals, green juices and a range of herbal teas.
Accommodation is included in this package at The Stables Guest House which is where Kande Horse is based.
The itinerary is as follows:
Dorm Bed – $330 King or Twin Room – $399
For more information on this experience and to book in whilst there is still availability, contact Kande Horse by heading to their page here.
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