The Philosophy

Inspired by ancient yogic teachings, modern yoga therapy, Buddhist philosophy, qi gong and mindfulness we aim to teach people how to slow down, move mindfully, eat healthily and breathe correctly.

The techniques we practice not only open up the body but help with sleep, stress management, and emotional regulation.

We consider these invaluable tools to help navigate the ups and downs of life and enrich all of our relationships.

When we slow down we believe our true nature of joy, playfulness, calm and compassion arise.

Ur true nature retreats have been in the making for the last 12 years.

Our aim is to teach techniques to restore and maintain physical, mental and emotional health. Methods that can be practiced for a lifetime.


Luke is an internationally experienced Yoga teacher, Therapeutic Yoga consultant and Mindfulness coach.

For the last 14 years he has worked in muscular skeletal clinics in New Zealand, lived and practiced qi gong and meditation with Shaolin monks in China, studied the traditional art of Tantra yoga for two years in Thailand and spent over a month in silence meditating in a Buddhist monastery.
His classes are therefore a mix of yoga, qi gong, ancient philosophy and modern science.

He has worked with Samsung to spread the culture of Mindfulness, is a proud Ambassador for the mindful clothing company Casall and was the therapeutic yoga teacher on the hit BBC show, ‘The Retreat with Nick Knowles’

He is currently the in house yoga therapist in The Nordic Spa in The Grand Hotel in Stockholm (The World’s Most Innovative Spa- 2015 Gala Spa Awards)

His passion is to travel, study and combine different healing modalities . His aim is to make yoga accessible to everyone and to honour the tradition of yoga whilst using modern scientific studies on its benefits to merge the old with the new.

Luke Bache

“Yoga is truly a holistic system to wellness. It works with the physical, mental and emotional aspects of being a human. All these things are inter related but the mental and emotional side often get neglected in Western culture. Yoga has the obvious physical benefits but it is much more than just a physical practice. Yoga teaches a way to accept the wave of what is happening without falling into a wave of, “this shouldn’t be happening to me.” Finding the courage to change things that can be changed and accepting things that can’t is a liberating way to live.”