Yoga Brunch at The escape with Mary Williams

Join us on Sunday, 1st September for our post-summer Yoga Brunch event. Our one day retreat is perfect for those that live close to the city and are looking for a day of uplifting yoga, delicious food and taking a bit of time out in breathtaking nature.

Our aim is to have you leaving completely recharged, refocused and ready to take on the world!

Experience the best we have to offer, by way of our expertly led yoga classes with the amazing Mary Williams in our warm & charming cottage feel yoga room, enjoy our much loved seasonal delicious brunch in our outside dining cabin and experience our wonderful facilities in the magical setting of Wicklow nestled in nature at the foot of the West Wicklow Sugar Loaf Mountain.

The class details

The class will begin with a gentle warm-up, to get you connected to your breath and find your body rhythm. Followed by a warming, energy boosting vinyasa flow especially designed to mobilise your spine, joints and open your heart chakra. We will aim to get your focus in the moment and listen to what your body tries to communicate. Finishing with some grounding poses to relax and lengthen the muscles, having the opportunity to ‘roll around’ for a bit, then slowly transitioning towards Nidra practice and Shavasana.

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Event Details

  • Start Date: Sunday 1st September 2019
  • Time: 14:00 - 17:30


Arrive at 1.30 – tea/ coffee, chill in the garden
2.00pm – 3.30pm – Yoga class with Mary Williams
3.30pm – Sit down to brunch
4.30pm – Woodland walk
5.30pm – home time 🙁

What's Included

  • An expertly led yoga class
  • Our much loved seasonal brunch
  • A light walk in the Garden of Ireland!


€60 Per Ticket

Includes yoga class, brunch & gentle mountain walk!


Mary Williams

Mary is a yoga teacher who teaches in Hatha, Restorative, Vinyasa flow and Yin styles of yoga.

I practice and teach meditation and am also a reiki healer which both helps me to connect with each and every student.

My mission as a yoga teacher is to help see that mindfulness can be achieved through a variety of ways such as yoga, music, meditation, healthy living and been present in everything you do.
The cornerstone of which is mindfully eating and having a good relationship with what you put into your body.

My food philosophy is simple, love what you eat and enjoy vibrant, nutritious food straight from the earth and from close to home. I treat food like a medicine to heal my gut and to energize for the many yoga classes I teach in my week.

My journey to healing my gut has been a long one, having suffered from both insomnia and anxiety in my twenties. A combination of yoga, acupuncture, juicing, dehydrating my own raw foods, nurturing my body with natural whole foods and eliminating processed sugar, has truly changed my life.

When not flowing on my mat I also teach music, play violin in an orchestra and travel around the world sharing my love of yoga to all.

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