Vartamana Retreat

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A unique healing retreat experience

Vartamana Retreat offers healing spaces, resources, practitioners and accommodation in a peaceful and welcoming environment. A deep level of care and acceptance is their promise to you. A team of therapists and practitioners are at the retreat centre, providing a range of treatments and experiences not generally found at other retreats. They focus on releasing old limiting habits, learning to cope better with stress, and becoming more at ease and happy. Follow on their social media or sign up to their newsletter to keep up with events.



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Vartamana Retreat


1119 Scenic Drive North



Transport & Parking

Located 2-3 minutes past the Swanson Railway Station. Swanson Rd turns into Scenic Drive, heading west toward Te Henga – Bethells Beach and the Waitakere Ranges. Turn right into the driveway directly opposite Range Rd. Plenty of parking available.

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