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About Nourish in Nature Retreats

Nourish in Nature Retreats-

2020 Retreats

July 12 - 18

August 23 - 29

Join me at the beautiful Quinta das Flores for a nourishing immerison in nature.

Retreats include:

  • Twice daily Yoga, dynamic morning classes including vinyasa, asana, pranayama. Late afternoon classes including restorative practice, yoga nidra and meditation.

  • Six nights accommodation at the beautiful Quinta da Flores, twin share and single occupancy, en-suite rooms, salt water swimming pool, stunning gardens and surroundings, waterfalls and river running through the property.

  • Freshly prepared delicious home cooked meals every day using as many organic ingredients as possible from our own gardens, and kombucha tasting.

  • Transfer to and from the local bus station.

  • Mid week river trip to the stunning Sao Simao river beach.

  • Optional extras, massage, and other healing treatments.


Twin share en-suite room - 595 EUR

Single occupancy en-suite room - 800 EUR

Early bird discount (booking before May 1st) - 500 EUR

‘This retreat was about healing, taking the time to truly retreat inward and having the luxury of gazing at yourself and asking what you and your body needs, and leave feeling better and with ideas and energy for living a little bit healthier.’
— Alden Wicker -

Nourish in Nature are yoga retreats based as much as possible in nature, and the natural beauty of Central Portugal. Fiona has lived in this area for over 11 years, and as well as sharing her deep love of yoga, she also values the importance of connection, and the human need to connect deeply with nature.

At 7:30 we started our first yoga session of the week with Fiona a true powerhouse and yoga teacher who has taught yoga for over 10 years and whose strength you could sense from the very beginning. Fiona opened the practice with an introduction circle, followed by a rejuvenating yoga practice that borrowed elements from asana, vinyasa, as well as yoga nidra. I was afraid that the class would be too advanced for me to follow but the pace was just right and everybody was able to join in at their own pace on their own level.
— Florine -

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I didn’t expect the external to fall away so suddenly and dramatically, and instead to find my life transformed from the inside.
— Francesca Willow- Ethical Unicorn

Being at the retreat forced me to do more of it, with yoga classes every morning and Yoga Nidra (guided sleep meditation) in the afternoon every other day. People assume I’m a chilled out person, but I’m someone who likes to be productive all the time. Evening when I’m sitting still, I’m usually reading or working on the computer, so my mind stays active. Meditation is something I don’t do for more than two minutes. Yoga, for me, is a form of meditation for the body. And my body is challenged by it, especially in the mornings, before breakfast, for two hours straight.
— Annie -

I discovered for the first time what yoga is truly about during this retreat. Highlights were waking up to birdsong, the thoughtful yoga classes, long leisurely breakfasts. All this is tucked away in a little valley.
— Kirsty. UK