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Best yoga retreats in Wales to beat the winter blues

Yoga is an exercise well known to increase energy and brighten moods – just what we all need as the days get darker.

According to the NHS website “There’s some evidence that regular yoga practice may be beneficial for people with high blood pressure, heart disease, aches and pains – including lower back pain – depression and stress.”

Healthline adds, “Multiple studies have shown that it can decrease the secretion of cortisol, the primary stress hormone.”

Read more: The city centre roof terrace in Cardiff where you can do sunrise yoga

The proof is in the pudding so as the weather gets darker and colder, a yoga retreat at one of these top options in Wales could be the trick to beating the winter blues.

Here our sister website 2Chill runs down some available:

Four Day Relax and Restore Yoga Retreat

When: November 25

Where: Garth Barns, Garth, Llanidloes, Powys

Price: From £575

Enjoy nourishing meals and yoga workshops during a long weekend in mid Wales which promises two yoga sessions per day with a variety of techniques.

Each morning will start with breathe and flow yoga practices while the afternoons will be filled with restorative yoga sessions.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are provided, prepared by a local chef.

The sessions are run by Adrienn Szigeti, who studied by immersing herself in yogic studies in India and the Himalaya Yoga Valley in Goa.

Three Day Holistic Wellness Retreat: Physical, Spiritual, and Emotional Health

When: November 5, 19 and December 17

Where: Old Lan Farmhouse, Login, Whitland, Carmarthenshire

Price: From £567

Advertised as a package to “rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit”, this holistic body wellness package at a farmhouse in Login, Carmarthenshire is offering it all.

From yoga and pole fitness to colour therapy and making your own remedies, this is one for someone not afraid to throw themselves into the unexpected.

The package includes two nights accommodation and meals.

Four Day Time to Thrive: Freedom Yoga and Pilates Wellbeing Retreat

When: November 25, December 9

Where: Stables Wellbeing, Llwyn Dewi, Trap, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire

Price: From £489

Based in a renovated barn with underfloor heating in the stunning Brecon Beacons, this retreat is the perfect getaway from the stress of daily life.

The barn even has six acres of land with ancient medieval chapel ruins and a woodland walk.

You can try two practices which complement each other – yoga and pilates and try different styles of each while the barn also offers nourishing vegan food to keep you well fed.

Four Day Nourishing Winter Yoga Retreat in Tywyn

When: November 11, 14

Where: Ty Capel B&B, Neptune Road, Tywyn, Gwynedd

Price: From £593

Surrounded by the beautiful coast of Gwynedd and beautiful landscapes of Snowdonia, this four day retreat promises yoga, meditation, walks, gong bath, Reiki and mindfulness.

Visitors will stay in a gothic style converted chapel which was a former Methodist chapel.

There will be two or three yoga classes per day run by instructors Frankie and Katy with the option of beginner or intermediate and daily meals provided.

You will be trying different yoga styles including Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative and Nidra.

Five Day Rest and Restore Autumn Meditation and Yoga Retreat

When: November 15, 19

Where: The Old Granary, Groes Ddu Farm, Nr Dolanog Powys

Price: From £568

If you missed out on taking time off in summer, this autumn retreat is your opportunity to rejuvenate and recharge with twice daily yoga sessions, daily guided meditation and creative journaling and walks.

Try Yin and Restorative yoga with instructor Josephine McGrail, a healer and yoga teacher who usually teaches in London.

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