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3 Day Systema Health and Wellbeing Camp in Heytesbury Wiltshire, UK
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(No availability) 3 Day Systema Health and Wellbeing Camp in Heytesbury Wiltshire, UK

Heytesbury Wood, Heytesbury, Warminster BA12 0HP, United Kingdom

Systema Health & Wellbeing Camp

Meet Matt Hill, Systema's owner and instructor. Good health and wellbeing are not an accident, they are a skill and set of habits that you cultivate. The health aspects, the healing, the emotional management, dealing with people and situations. In short, how to better understand yourself, your environment, and those around you. This is where Systema begins. You plant a seed inside and help it to flourish. This is the essence of the Systema approach to health, and wellbeing.

Meet the instructors

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  • 3 days training, learn and live Systema
  • Instructor with more than 30 years of experience
  • Systema Health practices to boost the immune system
  • Learn to deeply rest, restore and rejuvenate the mind body and spirit
  • Survival skills including fire lighting, shelter building, map reading
  • Training in open field, forest and water environments
  • Improve mobility, strength, fitness and agility levels
  • 2 nights accommodation

Skill level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced


3 days with instruction
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Accommodation is camping. Tent or tarp won't be supplied, please bring your own tent or tarp.


The course is suitable for men and women of all ages and skill levels. You will train by day and night in open and closed environments. This year the focus will be on Systema health and wellbeing. There is so much that can be covered from Breath Work, to mobility work, to agility, relaxation, massage, awareness, outdoor skills, stretching and healing work.

Daily schedule

  • 07:00 Systema health session. Recovery and preparation. Breathing, stretching, mobilising, and healing of the body, mind, and spirit.
  • 08:30 Breakfast then morning training.
  • 13:00 Lunch then afternoon training.
  • 19:00 Dinner then night training.
  • 22:30 Sleep.

Timings may, of course, vary on certain days. None of the activities are mandatory. You may choose to rest during certain sessions. A full day of training may seem like a lot. However, the unique methodology of Systema training will leave you feeling relaxed, whole, and invigorated. Stresses and strains will fall away leaving you with greater levels of physical and emotional health and wellbeing

You will get a lot of information during the course of the week. You need time to process and absorb it. It is also hugely beneficial to have the time to just sit and reflect, taking the time out for yourself.

Key topics to be covered

  • Breathwork: for health, psychological state.
  • Health: learn to use the principles of Systema to improve overall health and wellbeing.
  • Movement: enhance and free your movement and responses in any terrain and situation.
  • Awareness: the outdoors is the best place to open your senses and improve your level of awareness.

Learn new skills

There will also be time in the schedule to learn some new skills. They are of course optional. Among others you’ll learn:

  • Kit packing: lean kit packing is a skill. Learn what is essential and non-essential for five days in the woods. A full kit list is provided.
  • Fire lighting: probably the key survival skill. Feel the deep sense of satisfaction of being able to get a fire going without matches.
  • Navigation: a dying art. Learn the basics of navigation by map and compass.
  • Tarp and hammock: ever spent a night under the stars? This is the ideal time to try sleeping in a hammock or bivvi-bag under a tarp with the forest as your walls and the stars as your roof. Of course, you can stick to a tent!


Matt Hill


This camp will take place in Heytesbury Wood, UK. Spending time in nature will help you relax and reset. There is something elemental in sitting around a campfire in the evening with friends. It is a timeless way to share the training, experience, and let the day sink in.


Due to the current situation, Matt Hill Systema will be sending you a guide as to what food to bring. All food will be individually prepared and cooked so that there is no sharing of utensils.

The following drinks are included:

  • Water

Things to do (optional)

Certain optional health boosting experiences are also available, such as cold water dousing. Experience the refreshing vigour and health benefits of outdoor bathing!

What's included

  • All training
  • Instructor with more than 30 years of experience
  • 2 nights accommodation

What's not included

  • Flights

How to get there

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Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Bristol Airport (BRS), Bournemouth Airport (BOH) or Southampton Airport (SOU). You can then get public transport to Heytesbury. You will then be picked up from the bus stop in Heytesbury and taken to the camp.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 100% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
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