Wild Oak Wood Retreats

Happy New Year! We've had a lovely two weeks celebrating Christmas (Phoebe's first!) and New Year with family and friends, but now it's time to get down to business! This year is a big one for us. Due to Phoebe's arrival we postponed our campsite opening till this year, but we've decided to do things a little differently. We recently launched our series of retreats that we will be hosting over the summer and we're more than a little excited. We're keen to share our space and work with people that share the same ethos as us and so last year we reached out to people who we knew we would like to work with. We have three wonderful teachers who are coming here this summer to inspire you during week long retreats, showcasing the best of what they do in the beautiful surrounds that we live in.


Rewilding with Nes Bear
Here at Wild Oak Wood we're surrounded by nature. Nessa is inviting you to rewild yourself with a week of yoga and meditation alongside workshops that immerse you in the wild. With basket weaving, campfire baking, fire lighting and a wild swimming session, the week is designed to slow you down and help you find peace at our beautiful nature surrounded home.


Taste of The Good Life with Sara from Hen Corner
Country Living columnist Sara Ward in my eyes is a smallholding Queen! From her Victorian terrace in London alongside keeping chickens and bees and running a micro bakery she holds courses in everything from breadmaking, preserving, keeping bees, chickens and more. She is combining a lot of what she does into one jam packed week. With visits to local producers and hands on workshops you'll leave with a wealth of knowledge to start your own 'Good Life' journey!



Natural Dyeing with Ania from Kaliko
Ania Grzeszek is a natural dyer and weaver making small batch products in her Berlin based studio. In her week long retreat you'll learn different dyeing techniques using dye plants for their colouring powers. With hands on workshops including learning how to prepare fibres, how to create a spectrum of colours, indigo dyeing and a trip to a local alpaca farm, by the end of the week you'll have all the tools you need to create your own naturally dyed products.

We've already started to take bookings but places are still available on all courses. If you're interested visit Wild Oak Wood and get in touch to reserve your place today. We're looking forward to meeting some of you in the summer!

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