Join me and an amazing group of women for a  detox Drift retreat with an environmental edge in Jersey, Channel Islands. 

Explore and play in nature; enjoy delicious, healthy food, go surfing, head out on SUP adventures and practice different styles of yoga including  pranayama and meditation.

Leave behind the buzz of the city and delve deep into your body, breath, Jersey National Park and the ocean! 

A DRIFT Retreat is a unique wellbeing experience where we live fun-filled healthy days, sharing delicious organic food together.  

We stay in a historic Tower renovated with all the mod-cons, on the west coast of Jersey, located within the Jersey National Park.  Surfing and yoga are the staple of every day whilst there are numerous additional activities available for as ‘action-packed’ or ‘relaxed’ a time as you prefer.  Nutritious organic vegetarian food is served for every meal: Gluten-free, dairy-free and Raw are available. Fill up with healthy fuel needed for your day, detoxing without even noticing: Fresh juices, smoothies, super foods, mostly locally sourced and wholesome food. 

Wake up to yoga each morning, surf sessions every day and explore the nature and wild life on your doorstep with five miles of pristine beach and Jersey National Trust’s Wetland Centre nearby.  Nature dictates the schedule. We are flexible and we roll with what nature decides. If there are waves, we surf. If the surf is flat, we SUP (Stand Up Paddle Board). If the wind is strong we visit a more sheltered beach. We aim for a group swim in the sea every day. In the afternoons we walk or go foraging for wild food.

"We have no wifi but you'll find a better connection."

We sold out on all our 2017 dates so book now to avoid 

Dates for 2018:

  • Friday 18 May - Monday 21 May 2018

  • Friday 8 June  - Monday 11 June 2018

  • Friday 15 June - Monday 18 June

  • Friday 14 September - Monday 17 September 2018

  •  Friday 21 September - Monday 24 September 2018

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Drift retreats have been featured in The Guardian, Red Magazine and WellBeing World