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The Wellness Tree Retreat - “A slice of heaven” in the North York Moors

PUBLISHED: 10:58 10 August 2017 | UPDATED: 10:46 11 August 2017

The Wellness Tree Retreat in the North York Moors

The Wellness Tree Retreat in the North York Moors


Reviewed as a five-star retreat by everyone of their guests, this unique experience is something not to be missed. Here’s why

Reset your body and mind in a way you never thought possible on this incredible five-star luxury wellbeing retreat. Angela and Emma both from Yorkshire are the mother daughter team behind The Wellness Tree Retreat and offer something very unique indeed. Set in the idyllic surroundings of Irton Manor, North York Moors, experience a “slice of heaven” and let their team of specialists take you on an unforgettable journey. “Our holistic approach allows you to focus on not only the health and wellness of your body but also of your mind. Here you will find the time and space to relax, reflect and refocus your thoughts and embrace change enabling you to return to your daily life with a renewed positivity and refreshed mind,” (Angela, co-founder of The Wellness Tree Retreat).

This is more than just a retreat it is the start of a transforming mind and body journey. You will also have the opportunity to speak with Angela privately if requested, who is trained to facilitate the exploration of your inner and outer world to help you gain an insight into areas of your life that may be challenging to you. “Angela’s relaxation, visualisation workshop was sensational, she has the most calming voice and manor” (Kate, Bristol).

Their relaxed approach flows throughout the weekend with all workshops optional so you can indulge in treatments, learn new invaluable skills or choose to just relax and recharge and have space and time for you. “Superb, amazing, calming, relaxing long weekend in beautiful surroundings. Both Emma and Angela are kind, warm and welcoming people with extremely big hearts. Their passion and commitment is well executed giving a flawless weekend. I would recommend trying the experience to make your own decision. It was definitely a perfect weekend for me. Looking forward to coming back.” (Jaina, Manchester)

Relaxing in the Orangery at the Wellness Tree Retreat Relaxing in the Orangery at the Wellness Tree Retreat

You will be guided through a programme of gentle morning yoga, candle-lit pool side meditation and swimming, silent woodland walks, mindfulness, relaxation and visualisation workshops and spa treatments using organic homemade oils. Then watch and learn as their talented chef created delicious and nutritious meals that will leave you feeling cleansed and recharged. The Wellness Tree Retreat is an experienced not to be missed. You will leave feeling inspired, empowered and revitalised. “If you are in any doubt bout booking this experience then don’t be. This retreat is just what you need to take some time from the whirlwind of life. Angela and Emma have created a programme that will ensure you are relaxed from head to toe and from inside out”“ (Emma, Huddersfield).

Chef’s recipe cards and the option of a post retreat follow up gives you a wrap around after care that is not commonly offered. “The whole weekend has been just what I needed. I was running on empty so having the time for me was great.” Yvonne, North Yorkshire. This weekend retreat has been a gem and I’m sure it will be a precious experience for anyone who comes along. I look forward already to when I can return” (Kate, North Yorkshire).

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