This relaxing escape includes a morning yoga practice followed by a two-course healthy buffet lunch with vegetarian options. Guests can then choose between a meditation practice with yoga instructor Paula Malloy, or instead take in the beauty of Luton Hoo's surrounding grounds or have a chat with fellow yogis. The retreat ends with a rest and restore yoga practice, including Yoga Nidra and meditation and costs a total of £100.
For those wanting to extend their yoga journey, an additional overnight package is available. For this option, guests can indulge in a luxurious overnight stay, including a three-course dinner in the Adam's Brasserie restaurant and breakfast for a total of £235 per person, based on two people sharing. Guests with this package can also indulge and unwind with full use of the hotel's leisure facilities.
The hotel itself hosts a beautiful location to embark on such a calming and relaxing retreat - the tranquil atmosphere will definitely help put you in a deep zen. The 18th century mansion has recently been restored and boasts 228 bedrooms, standing within 1,065 acres of lush landscaped countryside.
Luton Hoo's Expert Yoga Instructor, Paula Malloy
Luton Hoo's expert yoga instructor, Paula Malloy, started her yoga journey 21 years ago and teaches a range of modern to traditional Hatha and Vinyasa movements. Participants will be able to absorb themselves in a full day of yoga practice and meditation with Paula.
Focusing strongly on the connection of breath and movement, Paula will guide guests to building strength and explore their flexibility levels. Paula also focuses on mindfulness and how these can be put into yoga movements, offering participants the chance to learn about yogic philosophy and open their mind as well as the body.
Guests staying at the hotel can also enjoy the spa and wellness facilities and large golf course and club house. For those wanting a relaxing start to a holiday, London Luton airport is just a ten minute drive away, making Luton Hoo a great spot-off for travellers.