Glamping by Lifestyle TV Day 3

Saturday, December 19, 2015

Glamp with Cham at Nurture Wellness Village Tagaytay. 

The third and last day of our glamping getaway began with an early morning routine. It was indeed hard waking up at 6am when you slept really late the night before (Read Glamping by Lifestyle TV Day 2) but because I have this #FOMO attitude I conquered my laziness and woke up 30 minutes before the actual session.

Glamping by Lifestyle: Pitch 2 is Lifestyle TV's second glamping project where 40 glampers experienced a glamorous camping getaway for 3 days / 2 nights at Nurture Wellness Village complete with full board meals and tons of health and wellness activities like juicing demo, mandala workshop, organic farm tour and yoga sessions like what we did on our last day. Glamping is fit for adventure seekers who love nature and the outdoors, but don't want to compromise comfort. It was perfect for me as I wanted to experience the best of both worlds so this long weekend treat was the best break I needed.

Our third and last day staying in these tents

Day 3 Itinerary | November 30, 2015 | Monday
6:00 am | Yin Yoga Session with Flow
7 - 9:00 am | Breakfast
11:00 am | Check out 

Yin Yoga with Flow
Compared to Vinyasa Yoga that we did on our second day, my experience with Yin Yoga was more relaxed. It is a slow-paced style of yoga that is held for a longer period of time. Doing Yin Yoga early in the morning is a refreshing start on any day. The fresh air in Tagaytay made the session even better, which helped us breath clearly and the surroundings added peace to our state (good thing it didn't rain that time so we were able to do it in the garden area.)

Ms Monica Manzano

Yin Yogis in circular position

Don't mind the fleece blanket- it was so cold!

Early birds. Good morning Yogis!
Trying the Child's Pose

Namaste :)

And so of course after that relaxing session it was time for us to eat breakfast, our last meal for that getaway.

Breakfast Menu
Champorado, Daing na Bangus, Longanisa Hamonado, Beef Tapa, Garlic Rice, Pandesal, Live Egg Station & Fresh Fruits

Last Breakfast

Egg Station


Free Time means Pictorial Time
It was just 9 in the morning when we finished taking a bath and packing our things and because there were no TV sets, signals and other hi-tech stuff around, there was nothing more to do but to explore the green environment for the last time. There were a lot of photo opportunities in the area, good thing Kuya Lito was there to assist us with all our pictorial needs.

There is a Yin-Yang spot were guests can make a wish after walking around in circles barefooted. So I encouraged Chatt to do it. Of course my friend was always game (in the name of 'love')

Paki grant na po ang wish ng friend ko. please.

Of course we couldn't pass up on taking portrait shots with the lush greenery. Nature was such an appealing backdrop. 

Chatt's profile picture worthy

We just couldn't resist taking solo shots. Don't say I didn't warn you.



3. There were a lot more pero may hiya pa naman ako :)

And before this trip ended I was able to take a photo with my good friend and event coordinator, Jeng who made this three-day trip possible. The long weekend glamping retreat was an absolute escape for busy bees like me. It helped me connect with nature and somehow found inner peace. I felt so recharged (I had an upcoming Finale to take care of so this event came in at the very right time.) Thanks, Lifestyle TV!

Thanks, Lifestyle TV! Thanks, Jeng!
Other Related Posts
Glamping by Lifestyle TV Day 1
Glamping by Lifestyle TV Day 2

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