Yoga and Meditation Detox Retreat, 6-8 October, Midlands Meander

Unwind and unravel this Spring in the beautiful Midlands Meander at Brahman Hills. This weekend retreat includes morning and evening yoga, meditation and breathwork practices.

You will explore the yogic lifestyle and nutrition through the lens of Ayurveda and learn about what works best for your constitution and dosha. Drawing on the five elements we learn about how to become more connected to our practice through the wisdom of nature. Join us for morning walks on the Blue Crane Nature Reserve and indulge in a spa treatment with your bestie to round off a weekend of self-care and pampering!


Double Occupancy R 3811

Single Occupancy R4655

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  • Accommodation

  • Morning and evening yoga, meditation and breathwork classes

  • All gourmet vegetarian meals

  • Live juicing station

  • Picnic Lunch

  • Spa Treatment

  • Ayurveda Lifestyle Workshop

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About your host:

Mandy Wu practices and teaches primarily Vinyasa Flow in Cape Town. Trained formally with a background in Psychology her love for yoga began with a keen interest in alternative therapies over a decade ago. She firmly believes that yoga is a tool that gives us insight into the mind-body relationship empowering us through movement to find freedom both on and off the mat. Once we can master our inner space with intention we can begin to move, create and live mindfully in the external reality. On this retreat Mandy will be sharing primarily Vinyasa yoga as well as Yin Yoga, guided meditation and pranayama known more commonly as breathing techniques.


Home of spectacular views, abundant game, fine dining and charming country accommodation. And now it’s your home too! Right on the doorstep of the famous Midlands Meander, you will be in the best position to enjoy everything this diverse and enchanting landscape has to offer. It’s time to stop dreaming about your next adventure and time to start planning it.

Come on over, the Midlands is waiting.