Join us at Last Word Constantia for a five-day retreat to unite your relationship with yourself and your daily lifestyle.
“Reconnect with nature, your health, and your Inner self with an all-Inclusive, exclusive detox retreat! Filled with opportunities to relax your mind, detox your body and revitalise your spirit. Through raw food, juice fasting, a transitional introduction to plant based living, intermittent fasting, a water challenge, self discovery with art workshops, transformational therapy, guided nature walks, exercise, essential oils and education to suit your personal goals. We make it easy to revitalise your lifestyle, increase your energy levels and support your body back to optimum health.” – Colleen and Claudia, Natural Attitude
We will also be joined by Melissa Dietstein, Carien Hugo-Waring and Tamsin Snyman.
Melissa is a professional artist from Somerset West, South Africa. She graduated from Stellenbosch University in 2008 with a B.A Fine Arts Degree. Following ten years of professional photography, she traded her camera for paint brushes to become a full time artist. Carien is a Rapid Transformational Therapy TM Practitioner, Heart Healing TM Practitioner and Life Coach. She guides people to uncover and work through unprocessed emotional baggage; trauma and blocks to reconnect with their true self. Tamsin, owner and founder of Plant Based Creative is a well-known South African food personality and a renowned food critic, writer, restaurant reviewer, food consultant, author, publisher and entrepreneur (to name a few of her roles) PBC is a consulting service that will come to your home and assess what you currently stock in your kitchen, and consume on a regular basis. Educating you on plant-based alternatives that are not only delicious, but also good for you, and the planet too.
Retreat Date – 19-23 March 2021.
Cost – R19 900 per person for the full five days retreat activities and accommodation.
Contact Claudia to enquire for more information and to book your place at this unique and transformative retreat.
As the lion population within the northern sector of the Klaserie begins to bounce back since the recovery of the drought back in 2017, we have witnessed some fairly impressive changes in movements and dynamics within the area. With one specific dynamic attracting the attention of most guides and trackers within the northern Klaserie.
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