From $1799 per person twin-share
Brighten your wellbeing.
Embrace the timeless wisdom of Ayurveda during this unique women’s only 3-night retreat. Enjoy nourishing embodied practices, daily rejuvenation, yoga and meditation, sacred ritual, and delicious food. Amplify your wellbeing and bring deep contentment and resilience to all areas of your life.
Dates: 23—26 Feb 2023 | 14—17 Sep 2023
Venue: Cape South Wellness Retreat,
Waimarama, Hawke’s Bay
Nearest Airport: Hawke’s Bay Airport, Napier
Packages start at $1799 per person twin-share and include:
— 3 nights luxury accommodation
— Wholesome Ayurvedic vegetarian meals
— Return airport transfers
— Opening and closing ceremonies
— Morning Mantra and Meditation
— Morning Flow Yoga
— Workshop: Ayurveda Essensuals
— Workshop: Daily Routine | Self-Massage
— Kitchen Medicine Spice Class
— Sacred Cacao Celebration
— Guided Meditation
— Full access to all Cape South facilities, including magnesium pool, infrared sauna, and hot tub.
— Free time to rest and restore.
This retreat will be led by two of our experienced retreat facilitators - Kirstie Cleary and Bridget Schaeffers. Download our retreat brochure above to learn more.
Nestled within 16 acres of sprawling gardens and grounds, Cape South Wellness Retreat’s state-of-the-art facilities include a heated magnesium pool, spacious verandahs, an infrared sauna, and spa pool. Luxuriously and generously furnished, Cape South was ranked by the Guardian as #1 in their ranking of the five best Antipodean retreats. And with stunning views of the Waipuka hills and sea, it’s no surprise.
The Cape South homestead boasts six en-suite bedrooms, a sitting and dining room, large breakfast room, and well-appointed kitchen. The retreat’s cottage is home to two beautiful bedrooms – one twin, one queen – a kitchen, living and dining area, along with a cosy wood stove. There’s a mixture of queen-size, super king, and twin beds available, and WiFi throughout.
The most important ingredient in Ayurvedic cooking is … love. You can eat the best organic food cooked by the best chefs but if the food is not prepared with love, then
it’s harder to digest.
We always cook with love and follow Ayurvedic principles of preparing fresh produce to create nourishing dishes that contain the six tastes: sweet, sour, salty, bitter, pungent and astringent. When all six tastes are present on the plate, our body and mind are satiated, serene and content.