at Les Passeroses


14-21st May 2016


I am super excited to be returning to the idyllic South West France for a relaxed and rejuvenating week of Yoga, downtime and relaxation


This week long retreat will be all you need to help nurture your total physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing. Enjoy two open level Yoga classes per day, beautifully prepared vegetarian food, time to swim and relax in the grounds of this stunning boutique retreat centre.  Treat yourself to a massage, curl up with a book or explore the stunning surrounding countryside and local villages.


The Teacher

With a clear, compassionate and personable approach, Anna teaches an accessible and mindful Vinyasa Flow, guiding students to find natural alignment in poses. Working with a strong emphasis on breath to create a smooth flowing practice, she aims to encourage students to feel a deeper connection to the strength, flexibility, balance and ease in their bodies to help them feel more productive and present in their own live


The Yoga 

There will be two inspiring Yoga practices each day. The morning practice is a more dynamic Vinyasa Flow style, which will build up gradually as the week progresses. The afternoon session will be a more soothing restorative or yin practice. There will also be the time for meditation, daily pranayama practice and workshopping to refine alignment or technique.


The Venue

Voted by the Guardian as one of the top 10 retreat centres in the world Les Passeroses offers boutique style accommodation, a cosy Moroccan influenced guest salon and an outdoor terrace with swimming pool. A former barn has been transformed into an inspiring yoga space with a solid oak floor and large doors opening out to the countryside. The space is generously equipped with mats and props it is the perfect place to discover or deepen your practice. 


The Food

Using home grown seasonal produce grown and local market bought organic goods, Alex and Adrian create internationally inspired, divine and completely vegetarian meals.


We are taken on a unique culinary journey around the world, with a different country or continent explored each day -  healthy, filling, balanced and exciting .


Most food intolerances and allergies can be catered for with advanced notice, so please inform us when you book.



Just a short stroll past the lake will bring you to Jan's charming chalet, which is tucked away from the house and pool. Guests are always thrilled with the treatments and massages they receive from in house therapist Jan - you really have to try one to see how you feel afterwards.She offers a wide range of relaxing treatments including

Aromatherapy Massage

Hot Stones

Deep Tissue Massage


Swedish Massage


Natural Lift Facial Massage

Back and Shoulder


MassagePrices range from 35 to 70euros paid directly to Jan in cash


The Price

White Room - £ 695 twin/double shared occupancy with private bathroom

Purple Room - £695 twin/double shared occupancy with private bathroom

Yellow Room - £650 triple shared occupancy with private bathroom

Blue Room - £650 twin/double shared occupancy with shared bathroom

Green Room - £695 single occupancy with shared bathroom

Oak Rooms -  £825 single occupancy with private bathroom

Garden Lodge - £695 double share or £825 single occupancy with private bathroom


What’s included

7 nights boutique accommodation

2 daily yoga classes

Vegetarian Breakfast, Lunch and 3 course dinner. (Except for on Wednesday we take the afternoon off to head into the local town to explore and eat out - not included in the price)

Daily afternoon Chai and Tiffin


Not included

- Transfers from the train station to Les Passeroses

- Wednesday afternoon/evening out

- Optional Massage


Getting there

The easiest option from the UK and the rest of Europe is to take a Eurostar/train/flight to Paris and then a train to Angouleme.The Eurostar can be booked all the way through from the UK (through and is The easiest and most hassle free way to get to Les Passeroses.


We arrange transfers from Angouleme station to Les Passeroses for 30 euros per person return. 


Alternatively you can fly to Bordeaux, but the transfer to Les Passeroses is much longer and is more expensive.  If you are flying it may work out better to hire a car.


If you'd like to join us or have any further questions about the week, please contact us on