Our last retreat at Loudwater Farm was a complete success. See the testimonials below to see for yourself. The next retreat will be announced very soon. Sign up to our mailing list to be the first to know.
"Two days after your retreat my posture is still better and I'm standing and walking straighter... and I have a better idea of how to keep it that way" Rachel
"I enjoyed working various parts of the body. 4 hours was tiring but also very beneficial to push yourself a bit and realise how everything is connected. I am looking forward to the next retreat." Sabine
"I enjoyed the Yoga, the tranquil location, Tallie's delicious lunch and, of course, the company of everyone else who came along." Chris
"The location was perfect, I felt at one with nature while doing Yoga. The lunch was delicious and the walk around the farm lovely. I can't wait for the next retreat!" Maria
"Just wanted to say a massive thank you for a fantastic Yoga retreat day yesterday! The location was lovely and relaxing and doing Yoga with you was, as always a delight and so motivational. The vegan lunch was a totally delicious plus for the day too. Look forward to another sometime soon please!" Daniela
"Thank you for a wonderful day! I am full of energy today!" Maxene
"Thank you for a fantastic day. Look forward to the next one!" Jennifer
Amy Zara: Amy Zara is a London based Yoga instructor and the founder of A to Z Yoga who in just 7 years of teaching has won awards for her classes and has already helped 1000’s of people to completely alleviate acute pain and massively improve their overall health. Her mission is to help the world move freely and to become confident, compassionate beings who walk this earth happily and wholeheartedly.
Tallie trained at Demuths Cookery School before working as a chef at the top plant-based London restaurant, Wild Food Cafe. She now runs her own catering business, hosting supper clubs, cooking on yoga retreats, and catering for events and private dinners. Tallie is passionate about showcasing how exciting, tasty and nutritious plant-based food can be, using ingredients that are accessible to all. Her website and blog can be found at talliesamuels.com