I know, I know - I sound so spoiled. But I was actually the assistant at this yoga retreat so it wasn't all fun and games (but it was mostly fun and games).
The retreat was at the most beautiful venue and I spent the whole weekend marveling at where I was and plotting to move there. The owners have clearly put so much thought into the place, and it blends seamlessly in with the trees that surround it. In fact, the yoga studio is a circular room about halfway up the trees, making you feel like you're practicing in a treehouse.
Of course, the yoga was also great. I'm so lucky to have such wonderful teachers in my life. I'm constantly learning new things, and if I can ever be half as good a teacher as they are then I'll be pleased.
The other exciting thing that happened at the retreat is that I finished yoga teacher training. Myself and one other girl doing teacher training were up there, and so we had to write our theory exam on Saturday. It was a perfect way to end our journey of teacher training, and I'm so excited for what lies ahead!
The main structure is these two joined circular buildings. And in the background you can see two teepees, which people slept in. They were pretty damn cool.
My gorgeous friend Sally.
The yummy, ayurvedic/vegan food we get to eat when we're on yoga retreats.
Hanging out at night.
I love that in Australia you can build outdoor living spaces like this and they're actually useful.