The Gift That Really Does Keep On Giving

As the holidays approach, even the least materialistic of people can’t help but get somewhat caught up in the pressure to buy a multitude of presents to gift to various people. In a world where plastic is polluting our oceans, rivers and forests, and fast fashion is also encouraging this same sort of ‘single use, disposable’ lifestyle, it can be hard to find something to buy our loved ones that is both feels great to get and feels great to give so to speak.

This is where our award winning programme the Yeotox comes perfectly into place. It’s the kind of gift that gives the recipient something more than money can buy. It’s the gift of taking charge of your own health, wellbeing, setting new goals, boundaries and taking a break from the stresses and debilitating habits of day to day living. After 5 days of exploring the great outdoors, hiking, fitness, yoga, mindfulness etc,  offering you both a mental and physical reset, its one of those gifts that can kickstart of new happier, more empowered way forward.

If you are wondering what to buy that special someone and would prefer to gift them an experience instead of more ‘things’ then drop us a line and one of our team can talk to you about our handy gift certificates. You don’t have to commit to a certain date before you buy which allows the recipient to choose the time that’s right for them. Email us on or ring on +44 (0) 1271 343 803 for more details.

Mercedes N Sieff

About Mercedes N Sieff

Perfectly imperfect Yogini in stilettos, Mercedes Ngoh Sieff is Co-Founder of the award winning Yeotown Health retreat and London's first Mindfulness eatery Yeotown Kitchen. Flow Yoga Mama to two baby girls and wife to an awesome guy, She is an Legacy ambassador to Lululemon Athletica and Manduka and features regularly on ITV1, BBC Radio and in publications such as Tatler, The Sunday Times , Conde Nast Traveler, OM Magazine, Harpers Bazaar and Yoga Magazine. Mercedes is also a Positive Psychology Coach and holds a Diploma in Coaching from Cambridge University. For more on Mercedes, visit her website linked below.

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