The Ashridge House Personal Resilience Retreat
Managing your personal and work life balance can be a challenge. The environment within which we live and work is more and more complex and disruptive, impacting our lives daily. At Ashridge House you will experience a unique retreat, combining stimulating input from specialists, mindfulness, meditation, walking and revitalising yoga, surrounded by stunning gardens. Whilst enjoying the tranquil Ashridge House and Forest, you will invigorate yourself with activities to rest your mind, restore your body and nourish your soul, leaving you feeling rejuvenated and equipped to make important wellbeing changes to your lifestyle.CONTACT US
Re-energising your body and resting your mind
Our activities focus on re-energising your body and resting your mind. During this retreat you will learn practices that will help you bring a better balance to your life.
The weekend will include short experiential workshops on topics including re-framing behaviours and patterns, how to improve the quality of your sleep, the practice of mindfulness, whilst ensuring time for you to rest and rejuvenate.
The weekend will be facilitated by experienced and specialist members of faculty in personal resilience and mindfulness.
Mindfulness is our capacity to pay attention on purpose, in the present moment with an attitude of care and compassion. Mindfulness, which is cultivated using techniques like meditation and yoga, enables people to become more aware of themselves, others and the world around them. It increases their appreciation of each moment.
Yoga is the science of getting to know yourself through movement and breath. We spend most of our lives living in our minds, yoga brings awareness of our bodies, along with strength and flexibility. Yoga is calming for the mind and helps to regulate the nervous system. Practices can be dynamic or passive, but all can be adapted to accommodate where your body is at the moment. Our yoga sessions are suitable for beginners as well as experienced participants.
Majestically located in 190 acres of private gardens, Ashridge House is a hidden gem in leafy Hertfordshire just 30 miles outside of London. The tranquil setting is just minutes from Berkhamsted train station and close to the main road networks. All London airports are conveniently located for those visiting from afar whilst there is extensive onsite complimentary car parking.
The historic gardens are breathtaking whatever the season, making them ideal for reflecting and re-energising throughout the retreat. Ashridge House is perfectly located in every way.DIRECTIONS TO ASHRIDGE HOUSE
Accommodation & Food
Our passion for fine dining has earned Ashridge an unrivalled reputation for using the finest local produce; local farms have supplied the Ashridge kitchens with seasonal produce for centuries, and we take care to source all our ingredients from sustainable suppliers. You will dine from our healthy menu based on fresh seasonal ingredients; including invigorating and reviving breakfast, lunch designed to give you all the nutrition needed to fuel your body, and a buffet dinner.
- Two nights’ accommodation (Friday and Saturday nights)
- All meals and refreshments (from dinner on Friday to lunch on Sunday) with a healthy menu
- A welcome meeting with an introduction to the art of self care
- Daily yoga and meditation sessions
- Mindfulness workshops
- Mindful walking in the Ashridge Forest
- Rest and Relaxation time
- Use of our lifestyle centre and gym – pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi, tennis courts and squash court
Take advantage of out early bird rates – Just £690 per person for a limited time;
4-6 October 2019 – Personal Resilience Retreat
15-17 November 2019 – Personal Resilience Retreat
The retreat will commence with a welcome dinner on Friday evening and conclude after lunch on Sunday.
- Our retreats are limited to a maximum of 20 guests
- Yoga sessions are suitable for beginners as well as experienced participants
- Our food is fresh, sustainable and healthy
- Flights and transfer are not included
- All sessions are optional