Our Yoga Retreat & Holiday Blog
Yoga is a spiritual and physical practice that originated in ancient India, thousands of years ago. The practice of yoga is based on the philosophy of Hinduism and aims to bring the mind, body, and spirit into balance.
Vinyasa yoga is a popular style of yoga that involves moving through a sequence of poses in sync with the breath. This dynamic and energizing practice offers a wide range of physical, mental, and spiritual benefits.
Sicily is the largest Mediterranean island with a rich history and beautiful sights. Whether you’re visiting Sicily for the first time or returning for more, this part of the world is sure to inspire you time and time again.
Our luxury yoga retreats are popular with people on a quest for self love. But how does yoga’s combination of meditation, exercise and spirituality help so many on this journey?
When you think of yoga or wellness retreats, do you perhaps think of rigid schedules, hours of dedicated practice, enforced silence, restrictive menus and maybe even solitude? Our yoga holidays are a bit different.
Solo travel is on the rise. Since the pandemic, the demand for solo trips has increased and solo travel companies are seeing a boom in interest. Whether you’re going on a spiritual journey or simply ready to see the world, solo travel can be empowering, rewarding, and ultimately a lot of fun.
If, like us, you love using your time off to travel and see new places, then you might be wondering which are the top places to travel in 2024. This year we’ve chosen to host our luxury yoga retreats in some of the best places to visit in the world.
There are countless benefits of practicing yoga – from mental to physical to spiritual. Whether you’re taking up yoga as a newbie or you’re a lifelong yogi doing some research, here are some yoga benefits that will improve your overall health in different ways.
Yoga by the ocean, a 5* hotel, spa treatments, delicious food and wine – is a luxury yoga retreat right for you? Lanzarote in the Canary Islands Spain is blessed with sunshine year-round and has a peaceful laid-back feeling – perfect for a luxury yoga retreat.
Trendy, beautiful, stylish Mykonos Greece, and a sublime 5* hotel by the sea. Mykonos is known as the star of the Aegean. After a yoga retreat like this, you’ll be tempted to add “spoiling oneself” to the list of life’s necessities!
The terms mindfulness and meditation are often used interchangeably, most often referring to the practice of calming the mind and finding inner stillness. However, although they are very closely related, there is a difference between the two.
Marrakesh is such an incredible place to visit, with its bustling outdoor markets, lush gardens, glorious palaces, and colorful sites of the old town ‘Medina’. The moment you arrive, all your senses are immediately turned on – and you feel like you’ve landed in another world!
Mykonos is famous for its nightlife, with clubs staying open well into the morning hours, but there’s also an afternoon beach bar scene which is just as popular and addictive. From old-time classics to new glitzy beach clubs, Mykonos has a beach bar scene for all tastes and styles.
We had an absolutely fantastic yoga retreat in Egypt at the gorgeous 5* beach resort of Soma Bay – what a perfect way to escape the dark winter and jump into full sunshine and clear blue sea!
One of the highlights of our yoga retreats in Sicily is the delicious food and the fantastic restaurants recommended by the locals. From small family-owned tavernas to high-end classy restaurants, it’s hard to get a bad meal.
We often get asked what to bring on a luxury yoga retreat – will it be casual or should we pack our best summer dresses? Do we need to bring our own yoga mat, and should we pack a beach towel for those dips in the sea?
We’ve planned another luxury yoga retreat in lovely Chania – Crete’s most charming town with a stunning Venetian harbor, pedestrian streets filled with boutique stores and lovely waterfront cafes.
Your yoga mat will inevitably pick up some dirt and sweat along the way. We’ve tested several ways to wash your yoga mat and found the best ways to keep it clean and fresh!