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Opening Hours over Xmas and New Year

We will be operating a skeleton service over the holidays. These are our expected times of being in the office.

Friday 23rd December - we will be closed from midday

Saturday 24th December - Tuesday 27th - the office is closed. Please leave phone messages or send us an email which we will answer on Wednesday

Wednesday 28th December - 10 am to 3 pm

Thursday 29th December - 10 am to 3 pm

Friday 30th December  - 10 am to 3 pm

Monday 2nd January - Bank Holiday (we will be closed)

Tuesday 3rd January -  We resume our normal office hours

Brexit and how it affects your travel

2017 - for those of you already registered for summer 2017 and beyond please  be aware that the venue may increase their costs to us for next season due to exchange rate changes and if this happens we will, sadly, have to pass the increase on to you. We would expect the increases to be minimal.

Some prices have risen due to exchange rates - sorry!

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Oxon Hoath, Kent

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  • 2017

    From £295

    The ancient Manor of Oxon Hoath has 73 acres of its own beautiful, tranquil gardens and parkland and is a joy to explore.

nid%3D1002%7Ctitle%3D%7Cdesc%3D%7Clink%3DnoneOxon Hoath is easy to get to and only a short distance from London by train or car, making this an ideal weekend retreat.

The ancient Manor of Oxon Hoath has 73 acres of its own beautiful, tranquil gardens and parkland and is a joy to explore.

The exotic trees and romantic gardens, sweeping lawns and mysterious woodlands; hidden dells; secret gardens; courtyards and sculptured lake (perfect for sunbathing) create the perfect environment for self-discovery, profound learning and spiritual development.

Oxon Hoath was originally built more than 600 years ago by Sir John Culpepper, a Knight of King Henry V, as a royal park for the Kingdom's oxen and deer. Over the centuries the Oxon Hoath Estate has been the ancestral family home to eleven Knights of the Realm, many of whom enhanced both the house and the grounds in a fascinating variety of classical architectural styles.

The most recent enhancement was in 1846 when Sir William Geary commissioned the renowned French gothic revivalist architect Anthony Salvin to build the mansard dome, and the chateau tower. Sir William, son of Admiral Sir Francis Geary who was Nelson's mentor, also engaged W.A.Nesfield to create the formal gardens in the style of Capability Brown.

The Oxon Hoath gardens are the only surviving unaltered parterre gardens in England today.
Oxon Hoath remains in family ownership today and is preserved as an enchanting and historic country estate of the most exquisite beauty.

 

You may arrive by car (we will supply you with directions) or by train. There are several trains each hour from London

 

nid%3D1003%7Ctitle%3D%7Cdesc%3D%7Clink%3DnoneYoga - There are two yoga rooms at Oxon Hoath, Jean Hall will be teaching in one and Liz Lark in the other. You may choose which teacher you work with for each session. Yoga will be at the following times in both of the yoga rooms. One will have beginner intermediate students and the other intermediate advanced students.

 

Treatments -  Massages are £70 each and can be paid directly to the therapist either in cash or cheque.

 

 Programme -

FRIDAY

 

 

18.00 - 19.00

18.00- 19.00

Welcome yoga - if you are late arriving do please join us (enter quietly)

   

Beginnger / level 1 - DOWNSTAIRS studio

Intermediate / level 2/3 - UPSTAIRS studio

19.30 Supper
21.30-21.45 Yoga nidra / deep relaxation in DOWNSTAIRS studio
     
SATURDAY 07.30 - 08.15 Pranayama and wake up yoga in UPSTAIRS studio
09.30 Light breakfast

11.00-13.00

11.00-13.00

Soft / Beginners yoga with Jean in UPSTAIRS studio

Dynamic / Intermediate yoga with Liz in DOWNSTAIRS yoga

13.30-14.30 Lunch
17.30-19.30 Evening yoga in UPSTAIRS and DOWNSTAIRS studios - details on arrival
19.30 Supper
SUNDAY

  

07.30 - 08.15

 

Pranayama and wake up yoga in UPSTAIRS studio

09.30 Light breakfast

11.00-12.45

11.00-12.45

Soft / Beginners yoga with Liz in UPSTAIRS studio

Dynamic / Intermediate yoga with Jean in DOWNSTAIRS yoga

13.30-14.30

Lunch

15.00-16.30

Tea & biscuits

Departures

 Accommodation - Most of the bedrooms are twin bedded, there are also several singles, doubles and two family rooms sleeping 3 or 4.

Wherever possible rooms retain the original mansion proportions and have en-suite facilities.

Those without have a bathroom close by. All rooms are centrally heated, simple and comfortable.

 

nid%3D1004%7Ctitle%3D%7Cdesc%3D%7Clink%3Dnone There are twin bedded rooms with a shower or bathroom just outside of the room or close by. These are on the ground floor or the second floor.

En-suite rooms are on both the first floor and the second floor. There is also one double bedded en-suite room available and  one triple en-suite room.

The two quadruple rooms are on the first floor close to the yoga room.

There are also seven single rooms. Two of these are en-suite.

If you are travelling alone we can link you with another person to share a twin bedded room, triple room or quadruple room.

Travel - You may arrive by car (we will supply you with directions) or by train. There are several trains each hour from London

Transfers - For those arriving by train you will need a taxi transfer. This will cost about £10. there will almost certainly be other yoga students on the same train whom you can share your taxi with - look for people carrying yoga bags.

 

Includes - Accommodation, Yoga, Meals

Not Included - Travel, Transfers, Treatments, Massages, One to On private tuition.

 

 

  Nights Programme Teacher Share Single
2017          
           
30 - 2 July 2 Astanga and Hatha Yoga Liz Lark and Jean Hall From £295 From £380
20 - 22 Oct 2 Astanga and Hatha Yoga Liz Lark and Jean Hall From £295 From £380
2018          
9 - 11 Mar 2 Astanga and Hatha Yoga Liz Lark and Jean Hall From £295 From £380
29 - 1 July 2 Astanga and Hatha Yoga Liz Lark and Jean Hall From £295 From £380
19 - 21 October 2 Astanga and Hatha Yoga Liz Lark and Jean Hall From £295 From £380

All prices are "from", superior rooms may be available at a higher price

Single en-suite from £380

Single room (non en-suite) from £365

Twin en-suite  £325 attic & cottage/ £345 on first floor rooms 2/3/4/10

Twin (non en-suite) from £315

Triple en-suite from £315

Quaduruple (non en-suite) from £295