New Yoga Workshop at Bay of Fires Lodge

Sometimes we need to get away from the grind of our daily lives to re-connect with ourselves, our friends and family. Set on a hilltop, 40 metres above the pounding of the sea and surrounded by National Park, Bay of Fires Lodge is the only building on 20k


Sometimes we need to get away from the grind of our daily lives to re-connect with ourselves, our friends and family. Set on a hilltop, 40 metres above the pounding of the sea and surrounded by national park, Bay of Fires Lodge is the only building on 20kms of outstanding coastal wilderness in Tasmania’s north-east. Here you will discover a new sense of clarity in a fresh, clean environment with wide open spaces.


Get stretchy at Tasmania’s Bay of Fires Lodge first-
ever yoga workshop between May 21 and 24

Join Sydney-based yoga instructor, Muriel Corcoran, for a three day yoga workshop at Bay of Fires Lodge — an ecologically aware building that touches lightly on the landscape. Comprised of two long timber and glass pavilions, the lodge provides a unique location to practice yoga and meditation in this beautifully remote landscape with the guidance of a well-known and experienced teacher.

Added to the experience you can:

  • Walk on beaches where no footprints break the sand
  • Soak up the sunrise from the Lodge’s expansive deck
  • Dine on seasonal produce
  • Absorb the wonders of nature
Price is $1,200 per person for 3 days, from May 21 to May 24, including:

  • Daily classes in yoga and meditation with respected Sydney-based yogini, Muriel Corcoran
  • 3 night’s accommodation at Bay of Fires Lodge
  • Return transfers between Launceston and Bay of Fires Lodge
  • All meals and beverages (including an allocation of Tasmanian wines at dinner)
  • National Park Pass
  • Use of a Gore-tex jacket during your stay

For more information, click here.

Contact us to make a booking at bookings@cradlehuts.com.au
Or call 03 6392 2211  

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