The 2021 Course Programme

Restore, Release and Rest with Katya Andrews
15 Oct - 18 Oct 2021


Double/Twin room £640

Single room £695


For more information, enquires and bookings visit my website

Intimate retreat for 12 people, with all Covid – 19 restrictions followed (if the rules change, there will be few more spaces)

You are invited to leave it all behind and come and join me for a long weekend retreat in the unspoiled natural beauty of autumnal rural Wales. You will find the perfect balance of yoga and free time, fresh air, nature walks, evening by a campfire, wild swimming, sauna, healthy nourishing food and time to snooze, read, get a massage, be by yourself or enjoy the company of other like-minded people. Give yourself the chance to deepen your practice, restore your energy, release stress and tension and heal your body and mind through deep rest in a supportive, held environment.

With 10 hours of yoga over the weekend, you will have a chance to immerse yourself into your practice. The morning sessions will be dynamic and energising and will include breath work, meditation, mobilisation, flowing sequences and longer held postures with options for every ability.

The evening sessions will be slower and more restorative with longer held postures, somatic movement, guided relaxations or Yoga Nidra and will leave you feeling rested and relaxed, ready for a peaceful night’s sleep.

Katya Andrews 

Katya’s been practicing and studying yoga for over 20 years and teaching since 2014. She opened her own yoga studio in 2015 where she teaches group classes, workshops and private clients.

Her teaching style has developed over the years into an eclectic mix of breath led Hatha Yoga and slow Vinyasa flow, balanced with Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga and Somatic Movement. She has an interest in Women’s health and teaches Yoga for Menopause. She also teaches Meditation and is a Thai Yoga Massage practitioner.

Katya is passionate about working with the changing seasons and cycles of nature and of our own lives. She aims to create and hold a healing, therapeutic space, helping students to develop more strength, fluidity and ease in their bodies through movement. Down-regulate their nervous system and heal through the slower more introspective practices of yin yoga, restorative yoga and somatic movement and foster an open, calm and equanimous mind through reflexion and meditation. She likes to weave in teachings from the wisdom traditions of Yoga and Buddhism and has a keen interest in Yoga’s sister science of Ayurveda and in the Chinese meridian theory.





For more information, enquires and bookings visit my website