YogaFoodSpa – Day Retreat

The YogaFoodSpa is an enlightened new concept in wellness. 

These special retreats are designed to help you de-compress from the daily stress of a busy
urban life and give you some tools to support your health and wellbeing for the future. 

The perfect example of LifeStyle Medicine as it encompasses Yoga, relaxation,
nutritional therapy, healthy foods, recipe and menu ideas.

Far better than a once-a-year dash to a rebalancing holiday, or shoehorning a detox into a busy life, the YogaFoodSpa instead facilitates gentle and impactful change through its London-based day retreat, which incorporates yoga, meditation and nutritional therapy. 

Participants can come seasonally to re-set and evaluate, or as a one-off precursor to starting a healthier lifestyle.  And those who need more support can visit monthly.

Imagine escaping from everyday life without having to travel very far. Relax into Yoga and Healthy eating for a day at a Yoga FoodSpa Urban Retreat. Vinyasa Flow Yoga
class is revitalising, energising and Yoga Sleep creates a sence of deep relaxation and peace.

How does it work?

The size and setting are suited to a group of 3 or 4 friends that would like to spend a relaxing day with delicious and healthy food, learning about their own nutritional needs and experiencing relaxation that will rejuvinate and energise. Special birthdays, wedding parties or just time out with friends or family. I promise you you will leaving floating.

Healthy snacks are designed to help support your energy during the class but will not tax your digestion.

Lunch is delicious and easy to digest and you will have a chance to discuss the nutritional values of the foods. Created from organic healthy plant based food, and is functionally designed to support digestion, liver detoxification and energy. Guilt free and delicious.

After lunch the Nutrition surgery looks at subjects like digestive health, immune boosting, joint and muscle health, hormone support, antiaging, general nutrition support or whatever are the concerns or questions of the participants might be.

Finally a short and gentle restorative Yoga session before lemon grass and ginger tea  and a healthy treat.

Price is £75 each per day (10am – 3.30pm)
For further information and to book contact:

m: 07780 600966

Download the booking form and nutritional form ahead of your Day Retreat.


The YogaFoodSpa Day

10am, Arrive – Enjoy a cleansing herbal tea and a healthy YogaFoodSpa energy ball.

10.10pm – 11.40pm, YogaThe day starts with a Dynamic Vinyasa Flow class tailored to all abilities to stretch out the body, release connective tissue tension and increase blood flow to the organs.

11.40am – 12.10pm, Yoga SleepA meditative, cortisol-calming yoga sleep.

12.20pm, LunchLearn a quick, easy and healthy recipe, followed by a tasty lunch rich in plant protein, phytonutrients, fibre and good fats, while enjoying an informal chat about healthy cooking. 

1.10pm – 2.30pm, Nutrition SurgeryMaking adjustments to your diet and taking the right nutritional supplements can make a huge difference to wellbeing.  It can help issues with joints, skin, digestion, hormones, fatigue, sleeplessness and stress.  Sam Bourne will guide you through the best changes you can make for your body. Here is your chance to ask all your nutrition questions.

2.40pm – 3.10pm, Restorative Yoga and Meditation  A short round of gentle sun-salutations and postures then seated for some deep breathing and just being.

3.10pm-3.20pm, Afternoon TeaWith some healthy treats, like mini chocolate muffins sweetened with dates and prunes, filled with health promoting polyphenols.

3.30pm, Home – Leave with nutritional therapy information sheets, a recipe of the day, a Revital Healthstore 20% discount card.

About Sam Bourne DipNT MBANT NTCC CNHC Registered
Sam is a Nutritional Therapist and Yoga teacher with
9-10 years experience.  Her specialist areas of interest include
improving digestion through dietary changes, the healing of the gut and supporting the microbiome and detoxification. “Nutritional therapy treats the body holistically, in the same way that Yoga does. It makes sense to bring them together”.