are a growing choice for an increasing number of people, who want to spend their holidays doing something worthwhile and relaxing at the same time. Time away is precious and a lot of people more are careful these days, when choosing how to spend it, especially if lounging in the sun by the poolside is not the way they enjoy their special time. There are things to do, such as cycling, kayaking or walking, things to learn, such as climbing, horse riding or dancing, some prefer to make conservation and nature their main holiday focus.
Alternatively there has been a huge rise in the uptake of healthy escapes. Many people feel the pressures of modern life and find it hard to make time for themselves and to relax. Most people think, they can’t be away from their email, social networking site or mobile phone, which adds the pressure of constant availability to the stress of juggling already busy working and family lives. It is even easier to make friends on the internet, than to look after friendships, which involve face to face contact, as it takes less time and can be fitted into all that multi-tasking.
Yoga is an activity, which has seen a great elevation in recent years amongst the healthy, detoxing escapes. More and more people are interested in Yoga, and want to give it a go, learn how to do it. If you haven’t got the time in your busy life or the inclination to go to your local weekly Yoga class, what better way to learn Yoga
, whilst you are on holiday in a laid back and relaxed setting, away from all the distractions, pressures and stresses of your everyday life, able to give your physical and mental detox
your full concentration. You are sure to benefit from your Yoga holiday for a lot longer than the duration of your holiday itself.
Most healthy escapes offer a variety of pure Yoga retreats, Spa and holistic retreats combined with Pilates and a myriad of detox
and pampering treatments. This sort of holiday is for many people, the perfect way to achieve harmony between body and mind, whilst being pampered and having access to holistic therapies
in calm and relaxing surroundings. You can detox
in almost any location, though a large amount of activity holiday makers opt for the more exotic locations on the Indian subcontinent, to experience their self finding holiday close to the spiritual home of Yoga and meditation.
And if, that wasn’t enough already, you can always spice up your serene Yoga detox
break with any other activity you might like. The list of choices is virtually endless. You might want to search
our website for the exciting array of options. Why not learn Yoga
and surfing, Yoga and Spanish holidays in Spain are also very popular, though you can combine your Yoga holiday with photography, or scuba diving and most obviously with meditation. So, if you are after a rejuvenating holiday in a beautiful part of the world, look no further – book your Yoga holiday today and get away.There are so many spectacular locations - all over the world - offering superbly relaxing yoga holidays! Whether you already practice yoga regularly or are looking to take a holiday to learn about yoga, you will find something extra-special right here!
Many of the yoga escapes offer a variety of yoga classes (often in early mornings or late afternoons) that are paced according to the abilities of the guests. Most also provide an extensive range of holistic therapies often including ayurvedic massage and cures, facials, body massage, aromatherapy, saunas, hot tubs and swimming pools. Occasionally they also have inviting massage chairs for relaxation and a dazzling selection of pamper products to buy and try.
Some places also have facilities and activities to encourage children to visit. Others offer yoga weekends for short get-aways to de-stress!
Often there is a calendar of special events with renowned yoga teachers visiting. Food is regularly organic and vegetarian. Even if you're not a vegetarian (and I'm not), for some reason, in this kind of environment, a vegetarian diet seems totally 'appropriate' and believe it or not, quickly becomes quite acceptable. In the organic vegetable patches that often surround a yoga retreat, you may actually find some of the healing herbs, used to pleasure or heal your body, growing beside your lunch!
A yoga holiday is typically an oasis of tranquility, to relax, reflect and rejuvenate, alone, with a partner, or in a group. These are holidays that will generally exceed expectations, bring out the best in you and leave you feeling - to quote a guest at an amazing retreat in one very special place - 'Inspired, peaceful, euphoric, sensuous, calm - and blissed-out!'
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