Find your element………… It’s in your nature



Connect to the earth in all its glory through the elevated equine experience. Set in the beautiful landscape of over 300 acres on Southwestern Ontario’s oldest farm with seven special horses, you learn real connection with self through connection with these gentle intuitive giants. Beyond the horses, the earth around is healing in its continual seasonal turnover, bringing renewed growth and playful fauna to the property.



A deepened connection to the world lies deep in the forest for many. Twigs snapping. Leaves rustling. Cicadas humming. The senses come alive in the woods among the well-rooted trees. Forest bathing? The Japanese have been on to this for centuries. Wander through the trees. Take a deep breath. Listen carefully to the symphonic sounds of nature. Close your eyes, and reopen them. You can feel the forest connect to your being. The effects are nothing short of magical, and that magic is alive and well, ready to make you feel alive and well, at Belvoir.



The fresh oxygen of the invigorating farm air has a healing power all its own. It’s not shared with the city, or even many humans, across the expansive grounds. Come with openness and curiosity, and prepare to be in awe of your surroundings, get ready to breathe it all in; you’ll leave feeling more alive than when you arrived



What’s more elemental to human life than H2O? We are mostly water, after all, and naturally drawn to it. Explore with a walk at the water’s edge, along the Thames River, while at Belvoir. Catch a glimpse of the kayakers and canoe-trippers through spring, summer and Fall. Soothe the soul to the rhythmic energy of the river flow with an outdoor yoga session, or lunch by the water.



Craving space? Leave the confines of the dense city life behind and gift yourself some breathing room. The landscape appears never-ending here; it truly feels like the world is your oyster at Belvoir. Bring your sense of exploration and discovery, whether to walk the labyrinth or the trails towards the big oak trees; all those city cares behind you.