Friday, July 16, 2010
Strike the Right Balance with the Three Rs at Peppers
When life becomes a stressed-out juggling act and it's time to regain some balance, look no further than the charming Tasmanian retreat of Peppers Calstock for the three Rs - relaxation, rejuvenation and reconnection.
The historic retreat at Deloraine has developed a special package combining an indulgent escape with a professional counselling session, ideal for guests needing even more from their getaway.
Peppers Calstock and the surrounding landscapes of northern Tasmania provide peace and tranquillity; the perfect place to get in touch with your heart and soul and rediscover your journey with guidance from professional therapist, Jane Oakley Lohm, of Balancing of Life.
The Rebalancing Retreat Package includes accommodation in a Garden Queen Room, full breakfast and a private three-hour counselling session. Priced from $705* per night single share, or from $730* per night double share.
Three day packages are highly recommended to ensure plenty of time to relax and reconnect. For bookings call Peppers Calstock on 03 6362 2642, or for information contact Jane, of Balancing of Life, on 03 6340 2928 or 0438 681 390.
*Conditions apply. Valid until 26/10/10.
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