Wellbeing in the Wild is an opportunity to enjoy classes taught by local professionals and therapists in a beautiful, outside setting. Combine the serenity (and occasional wildness) of nature with the health-giving benefits of yoga, Pilates, tai chi, swimming or meditation.
Lime Cross Spa Treatments
We are pleased to announce that from next week on wards we will be offering Lime Cross Spa Treatments in the ÖÖD house. With uninterrupted views across the lake the ÖÖD house offers a tranquil environment for a pampering session with Sandy, a qualified practitioner. Treatments will include Facials, Massages, Manicure and Pedicures.
Please e mail [email protected] to book, please state which treatment you are interested in, your preferred date and time & our phone number
Lime Cross Nursery
East Sussex, BN27 4RS
01323 833 229
Olive’s Café is located at Lime Cross Nursery. Enjoy delicious cold pressed juices, balanced and delicious breakfasts, lunches prepared using home-grown produce, and irresistible cakes to fuel you whilst taking part in wellbeing in the wild events.
Monday – Saturday – 9.00am – 16.00
Sunday – 10.00am – 16.00
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