We host and collaborate with experienced health practitioners and yoga teachers that compliment the ethos and teachings at Little French Retreat. Practitioners come from around the globe to share their knowledge and facilitate retreats.

Tamsin Chubb

Founder of Little French Retreat, yogi, and vegetarian cook. She is never without her camera, admires those who have an altruistic heart, has an eclectic selection of books, likes Jazz and travelling to countries out of season when you get to see the truth of a place. More details about Tamsin can be found on pages; Classes  Food, About.

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Carole Bourne

Carole joins us in September all the way from Australia to guide guests through the Equinox Slow Rest Retreat.  Carole is a slow living enthusiast, ritual keeper and writer.  Her popular blog is called Rejuvenation Lounge.
For over 12 years Carole has been offering slow rest retreats around the world. She formally trained, many years ago, in Restorative Yoga with Judith Lassater, has a Diploma of Counselling and became a practitioner of many natural healing modalities. An oracle deck (or two), essential oils, a good book, an essential candle and her journal are never far from her side.

Henrietta Petterson, healer and cook

Henrietta Petersen

Henrietta lives and works in Denmark as a healer, artist and cook. She will be returning this year to provide beautifully presented and soulful meals for the Autumn Cleanse retreat . Her approach to cooking is sure to leave you feeling nourished and cared for. 




Resident cat and nonchalant observer. Rescued from a local centre, she'd obviously had a good life before as she is very trusting and made the place her own very quickly. She's partial to a belly rub and foot massage. 


Edie and Lucien

Resident hounds and love hustlers that like to sun-worship , snooze, stretch and fetch.  Both rescue dogs arrived in 2016. Edie was living as a puppy in the wild with her mum and siblings before being rescued, arriving with us at 6 months old. Lucien was very skinny and sad when he arrived.  Now both have a home, they are the best of friends, happy and healthy again.