Family Wellbeing Day

Invest in your family’s wellbeing

Come and join us for a one of it’s kind family fun open day where we look after your mind, body and spiritual needs. We believe that a healthy family needs a good community and an environment that helps develop all aspects of wellbeing. So come and join us on the 20th July, Saturday for a fun and wholesome experience!

When is it?


20th July 2024

10am – 4pm

What do you have on offer?

Wellbeing Zone

Yoga, meditation and Sound Bath

Spiritual Zone

Tours, workshops and gardens

Family Fun Zone

Henna, face painting, bouncy castle

Farm Zone

Organic farm, brushing cows, and ox cart ride

Food Zone

Free lunch and various cuisines

Wellbeing Zone

Take part in free yoga sessions (half an hour, bring your own mat), or join in for a 30 minute sound bath session with crystal bowls (pay at the door, £10), or take a 20 minute meditation class for free. You will leave feeling enlivened and peaceful.

Spiritual Zone

Explore your spiritual side by visiting the temple, spending time in the George Harrison Garden and going on a Woodland Walk. Take a tour and learn about the history of the Beatles and the Hare Krishna Movement, watch a drama, or book in a free workshop to learn about eastern wisdom. Meet some of the monks and just find out what we do here!

Family Fun Zone

A perfect place for you to get some henna done while your children go on the bouncy castle, get their face painted and also take part in kids activities. And if you fancy dressing up, you can try on a sari and also keep it as a souvenir!

Farm & Cows Zone

Fancy cuddling a cow and brushing her? Or maybe you just want an Ox-cart ride up to the organic farm and learn more about sustainable organic farming (and even pick your fresh organic vegetables from the ground and take them home)? You could even see or miniature Zebu cows and learn about why cows are important to human civilization.

Food Zone

Treat yourself to a free meal between 12 noon and 4pm, and if you fancy trying out some new vegetarian cuisines from around the world, that will be available too! It’s a fun day out for adults and kids!

Sounds good. How do I book?

Just scroll down and book your spot. It just gives an idea of where you’re coming from and when to expect you, so we can have your meals ready to go!

Book your spot

Please let us know you’re coming by filling out the form below.

    Note: We may take photographs on the day and keep in touch with you for future yoga and meditation events and retreats.

    What do I need to know?

    Guidance for new visitors

    We’re honoured that you want to visit us. Here are some things you’ll need to consider when you visit to make sure you have a smooth experience and make the most of your day.

    • Allocate enough time

      The Manor is a big place with lots of things to do.  Make sure you allow at least 2-3 hours to make the most of your trip.

    • Be prepared for new experiences

      The Manor is a welcoming spiritual community, but be ready for people dressed differently in traditional Indian attire, taking your shoes off when you visit the temple, and quite a bit of walking. If you have concerns, speak to your tour guide who will be happy to help you out.

    • Get familiar with directions

      Check out the link below to get more directions on driving. It’s easy if you follow directions as instructed. Public transport is limited, so plan accordingly and allocate more time for your journey.


    You bet ya! Everyone is welcome to join in the open day and visit us anytime!

    Yes, free parking is available for all with disabled spots closer to site.

    A lot of things are free including yoga, meditation, tours, and there’s a free meal as well. Some things you may need to pay for, like a sound bath, henna, face painting, etc., but everything is very reasonably priced.

    You need to book your slot for the open day, but you do not need to book any of the experiences or workshops. Everything can be purchased on the day.

    As long as you like, my friend.

    Everything will happen regularly between 10am and 4pm. Yoga is every 30 to 45 minutes, same as the sound bath and meditation. Other events will also happen regularly during this period, and you will get a map and schedule of events when you arrive.

    Yes, a ramp for wheelchair users can be found to the side of the main building. This is near the toilets, which include a disabled facility. 

    Only guide dogs are allowed on site.

    Want to find out more about the Manor?