Frequently Asked Questions
We are more than happy to answer any of your questions over the phone or via email but for some clarity here a few common ones.
Can I bring my children?
Sorry, Women’s Wellness Retreats is unable to accommodate children under the age of 16 on our retreats at this time.
What will I do on my retreat?
Whilst every retreat is different, we always try to balance physical activities and information sessions with cultural exploration and time out for rest, reflection and play.
Here is an example of a typical day on a Women’s Wellness Retreat.
7:15 Yoga class
10am Wellness Workshop
1.30 free time, spa treatments, pool time
3:00 eco –adventure or cultural tour
Where will I do my retreat?
Our retreats in Bali are held at the Bagus Jati Centre for well being
in New Zealand they held at Mana Retreat in Coromondel approximately 2 hour drive from Auckland.
How do I get to the retreat?
For Bali retreats transfers are included and you will be picked up at the airport and brought to the Retreat in Ubud.
For New Zealand Retreats you will need to organise transport to the centre. Further details are available by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are unable to assist with or coordinate lifts from staff or the sharing of transport between participants. Though, at the end of the program some participants do choose to make private sharing arrangements.
Do you run any retreats elsewhere?
Currently we are researching various locations to find the best wellness destinations to run our retreats from. Upcoming locations will be added to our itinerary in the future.
What do I need to bring?
In Bali casual clothes
Layers are a good idea to deal with Melbourne’s changeable weather.
Any medications you are on.
Please limit scented toiletries for the benefit of other participants who may be sensitive.
Can I phone my family or can they visit me?
We discourage visits from family as we find that participants get the most out of their retreats when they can remove themselves from outside distractions and concentrate on the healing process. You are welcome to use your mobile phone or our landline for urgent matters.