Recovery 2.0: The Journey Home

A Pilgrimage to the Sacred Space Within

6-night retreat
24th to 30th July 2023
Arrival 4pm Monday: Depart 10am Sunday

An invitation to connect, awaken, and become fully present with yourself and others on this inspiring path of recovery and discovery. Experience a renewal and a return to balance through practice, music, nature, community and circles. With a focus on yoga, meditation and other activities that create transformation, be led into harmony.

Recovery 2.0 is focused on supporting people in recovery to thrive in life by preventing relapse and build a meaningful, purposeful existence beyond addiction.

And what does it mean to be in recovery?

For Recovery 2.0, recovery means working on and moving beyond addictive thought patterns and behaviours which bring about negative consequences. These thoughts and behaviours may relate to drugs, alcohol, food, sex, love, co-dependency, gambling, habitually falling into debt or technology to name but a few.

Recovery 2.0’s approach is based in the practice and principles of yoga, breathwork, meditation and healthy diet, the necessary ingredients to treat any addiction.

The Journey Home retreat is the centrepiece of that experience, allowing you to come together in community, to heal, release, and connect.

With a focus on yoga, meditation and other activities that create transformation, experience a renewal and a return to balance through practice, music, nature, community and circles.

Immersed in nature, going deep into practice together, supporting each other in the joy of living life more fully, this is an immersive transformational experience of a lifetime.

"Tommy Rosen is a great yogi and teacher"

Russell Brand

“I experienced a sense of belonging and connection and healing beyond what I ever could have imagined."

Narayani S

Meet Your Teachers

Tommy Rosen
Founder of Recovery 2.0

Described by Russel Brand as “a great yogi and teacher” Tommy is an internationally renowned yoga teacher and addiction recovery expert who has spent the last three decades immersed in recovery and wellness. He holds advanced certifications in both Kundalini and Hatha Yoga and has 30 years of continuous recovery from addiction.

Tommy is the founder of Recovery 2.0 and along with the Recovery 2.0 team, he is dedicated to supporting the needs of the global community of Recovery 2.0 members.

Tommy’s first book, Recovery 2.0: Move Beyond Addiction and Upgrade Your Life, (Hay House) has received international acclaim.  Described by Dr Gabor Mate as “what [he] unreservedly regards as the best book [he] has ever read on the subject of recovery from addiction” Tommy’s book continues to transform the lives of readers across the globe.

Kia Miler
Founder of Radiant Body Yoga

Kia is a devoted and celebrated yoga teacher, writer, lover of life and founder of Radiant Body Yoga. Her mission is to educate and inspire, to share techniques and experiences that help you to unlock your hidden potential and thrive in life.

Kia has extensively studied multiple yogic disciplines, and is steeped in both traditional and modern expressions of yoga.  Her classes focus on breath, alignment and the interconnection between mind, body and spirit, allowing students to experience the felt state of yoga and profound transformation.

Imparting her wonderful passion for life and well-being through her 200- and 300-hour trainings, Kia offers clear and precise practices delivered in approachable ways, empowering you to go beyond your conditioned mind and experience the magnificence of pure being.


About Avalon Wellbeing

The Journey Home Retreat will take place at Avalon Wellbeing Centre, the UK’s 3000-acre leading transformational retreat centre, based right in the heart of the UK and at the gateway to the stunning Yorkshire Dales.

Dedicated to transformational work, Avalon is a purpose built biophilic, state-of-the-art Wellbeing Centre with sacred geometry and the Fibonacci incorporated throughout.

During your stay, you will have the opportunity to experience:

  • the unique Pool Suite in Avalon: a low-chemical swimming pool looking out onto the adjacent woodland, a sauna, a steam room and hydrotherapy pool:
  • nature immersive experiences throughout Broughton Sanctuary including mindful walks through meditation labyrinths, invigorating wild swimming reservoirs, restorative ancient woodlands, a fire temple experience, a cosmic garden and more

About Broughton Sanctuary

Established in 1097, Broughton Sanctuary has been home to the Tempest family for over 900 years and enjoys a rich history stretching back over the millennium. With a pristinely restored Historic House dating back to 1597 set in idyllic countryside, and home to one of Britain’s most exciting nature recovery and rewilding projects, Broughton Sanctuary is a place dedicated to the journey of coming home and rewilding the spirit.


You will experience a feeling of ‘blissful seclusion’ yet Broughton Sanctuary and Avalon are well connected in terms of reach:

By Air

Leeds Bradford Airport: 40 minutes (24 miles): 40 minutes
Manchester Airport: 1 hour (55 miles)
Liverpool: 1 hour 15 minutes (69 miles)

By Train

The nearest train station is Skipton, (a 5-minute drive).
Trains from London Kings Cross are approximately 3 hours (direct and with a single quick change at Leeds).

By Car

Driving from London takes between 4-5 hours (traffic dependent).


Broughton Sanctuary, Skipton, Yorkshire, UK, BD23 3AE


Prices: What is Included

  • 7 days and 6 nights’ accommodation within Broughton Hall or in Retreat Homes situated throughout Broughton Sanctuary.
  • 3 plant-based meals each day served in Utopia, a walled garden bistro serving delicious food that is good for you and kind to the planet.
  • All transformational practices, experiences and journeys with Tommy and Kia.

The all-inclusive retreat cost is $3800-$4700 per person, depending on which incredible accommodation you select. Please be aware that room types are limited and reserved on a first-come, first-served basis.

More Information and FAQs

For more information, including FAQs and what is not included in the price, please visit Recovery 2.0


Space is limited. This event will sell out. Secure your spot today!

Practical Considerations

Cushions and back jacks will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own.  Chairs will be available for those who need them.

Drinking water will be provided at Broughton Sanctuary (please bring your own personal water bottles to refill).


For any queries regarding booking please contact Liz Dawes on:
01756 799608 or lizdawes@broughtonsanctuary.co.uk