Thursday, March 11, 2010
Yoga, Pepper and Salt
Winter is a time for resting and restoring and the perfect season to stretch out on an indulgent yoga escape to Peppers Salt Resort & Spa at Kingscliff in Northern NSW.
The luxurious resort is holding a special yoga weekend from 18-20 June allowing guests to relax through specialist yoga classes, dine on delicious wholesome cuisine and revitalise with a spa treatment at the onsite Golden Door Spa.
Hosted by YOGA TV host, Kris McIntyre, the yoga retreat is designed for all ability levels from beginners through to advanced practitioners.
Kris said the winter yoga retreat provides the perfect opportunity to focus inwards and build strength and stability in the body.
“In Traditional Chinese Medicine, winter is when the water element in the body is most prominent.
“This energy system is linked to the structural integrity of our body and its shape, our sense of identity, our hormonal and nervous systems, our bones, sexual energy and reproductive functions.
“It is therefore the best time of the year to deal with issues including lower back issues, stress and hormonal imbalances,” Kris said.
Priced from $490* per person twin share, the all-inclusive escape includes two nights accommodation at Peppers Salt Resort & Spa, full buffet breakfast daily, six yoga classes with yoga teacher, author and TV host Kris McIntyre, yoga mat, The Golden Door workshops and demonstrations, a 50 minute Golden Door Spa treatment, wholesome meals inspired by The Golden Door cook book and prepared by the Roughie's Restaurant & Bar team led by Executive Chef Reuben Radonich, full use of resort leisure facilities, unlimited in-room movies and more.
Non-residential packages are available from $351* per person including all yoga classes, mat, Golden Door Spa treatment, one dinner and two lunches.
Yoga enthusiasts can also kick-start and cleanse in spring at Peppers Salt Resort & Spa’s Spring Yoga Retreat on 10-12 September 2010.
Peppers Salt Resort & Spa combines the seaside-village charm of Northern New South Wales with Peppers’ renowned style and sophistication and features all the luxuries you would expect of one of Australia’s leading resorts including a large tropical beach lagoon, a network of walking and bicycle tracks, an unspoilt surf beach patrolled 365 days a year, The Golden Door Spa and award-winning Roughie’s Restaurant & Bar.
Providing the ultimate beach break on South East Queensland’s doorstep, SALT is located just 20 minutes from Gold Coast Airport, 60 minutes from Ballina Airport and less than 90 minutes drive from Brisbane.
For bookings or further information phone Louise Anker on 02 6670 5027 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Conditions apply. Subject to availability.
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