Ariel Yoga Weekend Retreat

Friday 15th - Sunday 17th February 2018

Join us for a fun weekend of yoga, wild walks and nourishing food. We’re delighted to welcome Ariel Yoga specialist Ceri Poppins for the weekend who will lead morning flowing vinyasa yoga followed by floating aerial yoga with your best friend or partner to help you stretch unwind and even fly. No experience needed, Ceri will work through basic yoga postures and breathing techniques adding this understating of movement to the support of the hammocks. The evening yoga practice will be gentle and restorative, setting you up for a wonderful nights sleep. All this in the luxurious comfort of The Outbuildings, nestled in the peaceful Welsh countryside.


Ceri - Yoga Teacher

Ceri’s training comes from a combination of Martial arts inspired sequences and Vinyasa flow styles of yoga.
Teaching restorative flows and yoga fundamentals where emphasis is on connecting fluid movements to breath through strong sequences and steady natural postures. With hands on adjustments and warm flowing pranayama always an important element of practice.

Whats included:

  • Ensuite luxury accommodation

  • All food and snacks throughout the weekend

    *All food is fresh, locally sourced and cooked and prepared in house at The Outbuildings by their genius chefs.

  • Unlimited herbal teas and infused water

  • All yoga and meditation sessions

  • Yoga equipment (mats, blankets and bolsters)

  • Guided walk

  • Travel to and from Bangor train station if required


Prices per person

£400 Double room | shared occupancy 

£400 Twin room | shared occupancy

£500 Double room | single occupancy 

£500 Twin room | single occupancy

This weekend has a very limited availability, please book early to avoid disappointment. If you have any further enquiries about this retreat please do not hesitate to contact us.

*this itinerary is subject to time changes and participation in activities is always optional!

*this itinerary is subject to time changes and participation in activities is always optional!