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About...

In a world where we are daily "plugged in" to either social media, TV, news, emails and stressed by our hectic schedules. Hebridean Revival Retreats offers a safe haven of health and wellness for those of us that simply wish to "unplug".  Clients will be provided with the opportunity to relax, recharge and return home feeling physically and emotionally rejuvenated.

In an intimate setting with a maximum of 8 clients at a time, Hebridean Revival Retreats provide a week long residential vacation. Clients will reside in luxury, shared (2 person max.), self-catering accommodation surrounded by secluded bays and beautiful white sandy beaches. Accommodation, meals and activities are included in the overall package price.

The week will contain an itinerary of varied exercise and outdoor excursions, freshly prepared meals made with locally sourced produce and expert advice on personal self-care. Our remote and idyllic location on the Isle of Barra compliments our overall goal of well being by providing some of the most tranquil and beautiful surroundings in Scotland.

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What we have to offer...

Our week long retreat will contain a combination of the following. All of our activities can be tailored to suit a variety of fitness levels and abilities.

  • Nordic Walking

  • Circuit Training

  • Hiit drills

  • Hiking

  • Running Rehab

  • Coasteering

  • Kayaking

  • Surf lessons

  • Cycling

  • Yoga

  • Wild Swimming

  • Bootcamp drills

  • Beach drills

  • Nutritional advice and Education

 

Clients will also have the option of several wellness extras, such as massage, reiki, reflexology, guided meditation and a selection of various beauty treatments.
 

All meals home cooked by our chef using locally sourced produce subject to availability.

 

How to get here...

The Isles of Barra and Vatersay are the most Southerly inhabited islands in the Outer Hebrides and the most Westerly in the U.K. White Sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and a rich history are just some of the reasons why the Isle of Barra is worth visiting.

 

The island can be accessed by air or by ferry. The Caledonian MacBrayne ferry runs from Oban to Castlebay and if you are traveling to the Isle of Barra from Uist you can also take a small car ferry from Eriskey which will 

bring you to Ardmhor jetty in just half an hour.

 

To reach Barra by air (and land on a beach!) you can travel daily from Glasgow Monday - Saturday.

 

Visit Loganair For Plane Information .

 

Visit Calmac For Ferry Times.

 

Retreat dates for 2019 is Saturday 27th April until Saturday the 4th May. These will be the only dates on offer at this stage. Further dates will be announced in due course.

 

A deposit is required to confirm a booking and the full balance must be cleared 6 weeks prior to retreat starting.

 

Payment plan options are also available.

t: 07825997824

 

Booking...

 

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