YOGA CUCINA AU NATUREL
Join us as we go nude* in the lush Southern Highlands on a long weekend of delicious yoga, juicy local produce and hand plucked natural wines – February 7-10, 2019.
*The food and wine will be naked, not the people.
Our home for the weekend is the Pill Factory, nestled in the historic village of Bundanoon in the Southern Highlands, just two hours south of Sydney. We’ll kick off our adventure at 6pm Thursday, February 7 with welcome drinks in the library, followed by a feast of the best local produce and a hand-picked selection of our favourite minimal intervention wine. We will slide through languorous yoga sessions with Aly Clarke and Claire Blackwood, get pickled in a workshop with Cornersmith’s Alex Elliott-Howery, and take the time to relax and enjoy.
Who is it for? If you love your yoga practice with a side of shaved fennel and mozzarella salad + a crisp glass of pinot gris you are our people.
King Room – Share a king bed with a buddy/lover – Each king bed must be booked for 2 people – (2 rooms/4 places available)
Solo Room (2 places available)
Travelling solo? Let us know and we’ll hook you up with excellent roomies.
How do I book? Make your payment and choose your room option below. We’ve included a few questions on dietary requirements and travel buddies to ensure your sleep is sound and your belly is full.
3 days and nights accommodation in the Southern Highlands
Twice daily yin and yang yoga sessions with guided meditations with Aly and Claire
Pickling Workshop with Cornersmith’s Alex Elliott-Howery
Delectable dinners paired with a hand plucked curation of incredible wine
Voluptuous brunches, and plenty of snacks and refreshments
The Food: We love a table that's loud, messy and liberally scattered with crusty bread and incredible wine. Our food is made with hands and heart, a celebration of the best seasonal produce and Italian flavours.
The Yoga: We bring a playful approach to the yoga practice that combines a creative and considered flow with Ayurveda and poetry, Taoism and myth. Sequenced to be accessible to people of all levels, expect a multi-sensory experience with plenty of juice.