Take time out for your wellbeing in 2022

A new year is upon us, full of hope and promise and perhaps ideas of things we’d love to be doing more of.

Taking time out for ourselves and our wellbeing has never felt so important. The past (almost two) years of the Pandemic have left many people feeling more worn-down than they might otherwise have been, with a need to renew energy levels.

Have you ever thought about practising Tai Chi?

Tai Chi at Newton Grange

It’s not something that had ever occurred to me, until I talked further with Val Preston from Truly Essential, and I had a try myself.

Let me introduce you to Val.

Tai Chi at Newton Grange

Val and I have worked together for years, since the early days of bringing Secret Spa pamper treatments to guests of Newton Grange. I absolutely love working with Val, who is so knowledgeable and bubbly and simply excellent at what she does. It was been wonderful to see her Tai Chi journey unravel, and the growth in her business to practise Tai Chi in a number of locations in the Yorkshire area close to our cottages.

Tai Chi on the hill

If you fancy giving Tai Chi a go, and learning about the benefits, why not check out one of Val’s Tai Chi classes during your stay at Newton Grange? You can browse the classes and book online.

Val can also offer bespoke Tai Chi classes to guests staying at Newton Grange by prior arrangement.

The setting high above the Leeds Liverpool Canal is a breathtaking place for Tai Chi and an investment in your wellbeing, don’t you agree?

Tai Chi at Newton Grange Farm

Why not browse our collection of holiday cottages in Bank Newton, on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, to book your stay and some precious time out? You can book online or enquire directly by email to cottages@newton-grange.co.uk or by telephoning us on 01756 748140.

We’d love to help you to create your bespoke Wellbeing Break. Please do ring us if you’d like to chat through any ideas for a bespoke stay at Newton Grange Cottages.

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