MASSOGA®

 

RETREATS

retreat

rɪˈtriːt/

noun

1. a place of privacy or safety

2. a quiet or secluded place in which one can rest and relax.

 

synonyms: refuge, haven, resort, asylum, sanctuary, sanctum, sanctorum

"Simply put – that was a fabulous weekend. I loved it. Such an awesome location, so peaceful. Great food! And the adjustors you chose - all great!! Also, I am unfollowing people on Twitter hand over fist, to reduce it’s impact on my life 😊 So, officially I will attend next year!"

- GRAHAM, FELLOW MASSOGI 

Available to book now 


Tuesday 20 - Monday 26 July 2021

Deep Rest Retreat (2 places left)

Tuesday 12 - Sunday 17 October 2021

Come Back to Love Retreat

Sunday 15 - Saturday 21 May 2022
Women's Retreat

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Bespoke Retreats

Organising a corporate retreat, or want to bring family or friends together for a private retreat?

 

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RETREAT ACTIVITIES

The central practice at a Massoga® Retreat is the MASSOGA® practice, a combination of restorative Yin yoga and massage. This is deeply relaxing for the nervous system, body and mind.

Other activities can include;

 

Flow Yoga

Meditation

Self Discovery Workshops

Sound Healing 

Hiking

Cooking classes

Essential Oils workshops 

Nature Walks

Fitness Classes

Private Massage

and more...

 

Ready to book? Book online now!

EXAMPLE SCHEDULE

Day 1 

Arrive around 3pm, settle in and connect with nature

Private massage

Massoga Massage Yoga

Welcome dinner

 

Day 2

3 x meals and snacks throughout the day

Morning meditation

Massoga Massage Yoga

Nature walk

Private massages sessions

Evening slow flow yoga practice and meditation

Day 3

3x meals and snacks throughout the day

Morning meditation

Essential oils workshop – create your own relaxation blend

Nature walk

Spa Session

Private massage

Evening Massoga Massage Yoga and meditation

 

Day 4 

2x meals and snacks throughout the day

Morning meditation

Slow flow yoga

Massoga Massage Yoga

Departure from 3 pm 

LOCATIONS

MAGNETIC ISLAND, QUEENSLAND

Magnetic Island - or Maggi as it’s affectionately known to locals - is one of Australia’s hidden, untouched gems. A short ferry ride from Townsville, Far North Queensland, the relaxation starts as soon as you step foot in the terminal. If you’re a local, you know what to expect. If you’re making the trek from down south, it’s well worth it. 

MORNINGTON PENINSULA, VICTORIA

A Vineyard + Retreat is a private home providing boutique rental accommodation on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.

Less than one hour from Melbourne, this exquisite haven is one of the few places in Victoria where you can stay, eat and play amongst a private vineyard. This property is sure to delight.

LAKE MEADOWBANK, TASMANIA

National award winning farmstay, set in natural bushland, overlooking picturesque Lake Meadowbank. Only 1 hour from Hobart, close to Mt field National Park. 4.5 – 5 star standard equivalent. Luxury accommodation, freestanding or spa baths, decks with spectacular views of the farm, our visitor books testify that “one night is never long enough.”

Go digital free

 

Your retreat can also be a digital free zone. By request we will look after your phone for the weekend, with a daily 1 hour opportunity to check in with loved on if you choose. 

Undecided on a date, or travelling in a large group, or needing an Instalment payments plan?

Please send us an email!

CATERING

We host a private chef at every retreat who is experienced in catering for our guests individual needs. Every retreat is vegetarian or vegan. Pescatarian and meat based diets can be accommodated on private retreats.

We partner with Sophia of Bloom Kitchen, a conscious creator who pours love into every dish. She is in tune with the guests and caters to their needs without question.

Some of her dishes include;

Green Smoothie Delight

Acai Bowl

Mild Indian Dahl

Root Salad

Sweet Cherry Tomato and Basil Soup

Roasted Vegetable Salad

Beetroot & Walnut Salad with shaved Goats Cheese

Love our Chef? Find her here!

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