Will I have to share a room?
Tivoli Retreat comprises of four bedrooms. If you are coming for your own getaway by yourself, we will book you in for an individual room. If you are coming with a friend/s or partner you are welcome to book in for your own shared room. We have rooms with 2, 3 or 4 beds.
Do I have my own bathroom?
Each bedroom has it’s own large en-suite.
How many massages should I get?
We recommend booking in for as many massages as you can during your stay, at least a daily massage to help with the winding down/relaxing process as well as supporting your body to cleanse.
Can I bring coffee?
Tivoli Retreat is a detoxing retreat, therefore we don’t have any caffeine in the retreat. We offer a delicious housemade chai tea and organic herbal teas for guests to enjoy. We recommend that if guests reduce/eliminate their intake leading up to the retreat.
Will I be hungry?
Guests are usually pleasantly surprised that they aren’t hungry during their retreat. The food that we provide is very wholesome and nutritional. There is a delicious thick smoothie for breakfast and the soups for lunch and dinner are self-serve so guests are welcome to check in with their bodies and go back for more if they would like.
What type of food is it?
Our meals are all lovingly prepared using organic or spray free fresh produce purchased from a local market. The meals are all wholefood plant based with a smoothie for breakfast and a soup for lunch and dinner. We don’t use any animal products or grains.
Allergy to dairy and grain?
There is no dairy or grains (gluten) used in Tivoli’s kitchen.
What activities do you have?
Tivoli Retreat has deliberately created a very simple daily schedule allowing guests their own precious time to relax, read, nap, rest… We have two wood fired sauna & magnesium plunge pool sessions daily as well as a 60 min movement/meditation session. Guests are also welcome to enjoy a walk along our quiet countryside road, enjoying the surrounding nature.
What is a Ka Huna massage?
Ka Huna massage originated in the South Pacific and was used during Rites of Passage as a transformational massage and healing system. It is also know as Hawaiian Temple Style massage and Lomi Lomi.
This beautiful form of massage provides a holistic approach to healing by balancing the body-mind in its physical, emotional and spiritual dimensions.
Ka Huna massage is unique in a number of respects. The practitioner uses their hands, forearms and elbows and moves around the table (using flowing Hula an Tai Chi style movements). They work with energy to apply soft and deep tissue massage. Music is played and the practitioner attunes the flow of the massage to harmonise the various rhythms within the client’s body, mind & soul.
At Tivoli Retreat all practitioners have qualified, after in-depth training with Mette’s Institute at High Spirits Retreat and your practitioner will have extensive massage experience.