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HAS CURRENTLY BEEN CLOSED DOWN FOR ONE YEAR RE OPENING 1ST NOV 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TERESA AND KES KENNARD

Authorised Ashtanga Yoga Teacher level 1 with kpjayi.org

THE OWNERS OF THE YOGA RETREAT

ARE NOW OFFERING AN AMAZING ASHTANGA YOGA RETREAT IN MALLORCA
14-18th April 2017
  

 

 

This retreat is a chance for you to enjoy the practice of Ashtanga yoga and enjoy other activities such as hiking, Pilates, and meditation. Indulge in an outdoor shala or yoga deck located within a valley and discover the secret corners of the amazing Tramuntana mountains. Fly in to Palma airport (PMI) 30 mins drive from airport to retreat. 

The accommodation options are on private and shared double room basis. The place is stylish and elegant, recently refurbished with sustainable local materials and with an enormous respect for the original features of the Mallorcan house. There are two fully equipped and separate bathrooms for ladies and men, as well as separate toilets.

You will also have access to the kitchen, dining room, living room, and meditation room. There is a private garden with a shala or yoga deck to practice yoga or Pilates, as well as an eco-fun shower overlooking the mountains. There is also a barbecue facility. The Retreat is digital detox, so there is no Wi-Fi available in the house. However, there is a cafe restaurant within walking distance if you need to access the internet.

Regarding meals, breakfast goodies are included, fruit, juices, eggs, bread, cheese, tomatoes, coffee, tea, cookies, milk (cow, almond and soya), marmalades, cereals, etcccc. All organic. There are 3 restaurants in Orient well worth visiting.

 

DATES: FRIDAY 14TH - TUESDAY 18TH APRIL 2017


Includes twice a day yoga, Pilates or hiking. Breakfast and farewell meal
4 nights accommodation shared room £427
3 nights shared room £348
Private room 4 nights £698 or 3 nights £610 
There is a chance of 4 private rooms, or 8 sharing in one house.

Plus another house with one double and 8 bunk beds 

 

TO BOOK YOUR PLACE PLEASE EMAIL
yogaretreatphangan@hotmail.com

 

THE NEXT RETREAT IN THAILAND WILL START 1ST NOV 2017

Located in the Northwest of Koh Phangan, Thailand.

The Yoga Retreat is nestled in the jungle just ten minutes away from Haad Salad beach and provides a nurturing environment to develop your practice and cultivate a better life.

We believe in self healing and that students are their own best teachers. Our aim is to provide you with the tools to deepen your own personal awareness. Whether you are a beginner or professional yoga teacher, the Yoga Retreat is the perfect compliment to a relaxing tropical holiday. We encourage you to listen to your body and will guide you through your own individual transformation. You will learn tools to change your life positively: yoga, chakra healing, detox, pranayama and meditation. 

The Yoga Retreat Owners, Teresa and Kes Kennard, created their family home and business in Thailand in 2000. Bringing together their love and experience in yoga and dance to create a balanced -realistic- approach which they believe to be the secret of true transformation.

We offer free wifi to our guests that wish to use it.     

What people say

All of the staff were so welcoming, friendly & helpful.

Craig Halpin

I just want to thank you for a wonderful 5 days of yoga and philosophy. I appreciate your down to earth yet comprehensive approach to all aspects of yoga.

Brady

I feel the retreat embodied everything yoga should be about- energy, spiritually, peace and growth

Stacey Ly

I am so thankful to have made some positive changes which were lacking.

Marley

Your retreat is really lovely and i really appreciated the Astanga classes having practitioners who really know their stuff.

Steph

My lasting thought of the retreat, and one which I use constantly, is sitting at the end of a practice gazing out into the forest with a feeling of utter joy and calm.

Val

I had a big breakthrough during practice and know this is only the beginning of a life long journey of self discovery.

Sandra

After 3 weeks at the retreat, my yoga has improved greatly due to adjustments which i have never received at home.

Heidi

I can say hands down, that the food at your retreat was better than any of the food I ate on the island.

Sarah
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25 of the best yoga holidays and retreats

Yoga trips can change lives but finding the right one may sap your core strength before you’ve even started. Our picks – from Goa to Greece via Yorkshire – will make your quest more relaxing

Shaping up nicely … a Kaliyoga retreat

You can’t move for downward dog opportunities these days. The explosion of yoga in western countries means there’s a studio on every other street and such a variety of styles and options, that choosing a holiday or retreat can be overwhelming. So where to start? It makes sense to try a weekend away before committing to a whole week. One possibility is to choose a teacher you know or like the sound of and see if they’re running anything that suits. Or you could pick a venue you fancy and see what teachers are hosting holidays there. Think about what you want too – some combine yoga with other activities (maybe good for those with non-yogi partners), some are vegan, some don’t ban booze – it’s always worth asking before you book.

Most retreats will cater for all levels, with teachers listening to individual needs, but I’ve marked those particularly for beginners suitable with a B. We think all the places we’re covering here offer good value, but those that stand out price-wise are marked with a £.

There is a glossary of yoga terms at the end of this article.

BEST UK RETREATS

Moor walks, North Yorkshire

The yoga weekends at The Orange Tree, a lovely small retreat in the North York Moors, are led by personable owner Edward Harpin and his sister Helen. They teach hatha yoga and mindfulness meditation in two or three sessions a day, which may include music, periods of silence, mantras, breathing techniques and a gong bath to enhance relaxation. There’s an outdoor jacuzzi and sauna, massages and time for moor walks before a three-course homemade veggie supper and yoga nidra prior to bed.
• From £365pp sharing for 2 nights, 14-17 guests. Next runs 3-5 Feb, theorangetree.com B

Go with the flow, Kent

Jean Hall and Liz Lark are among the UK’s most experienced and inspiring yoga teachers. They draw on a range of yoga styles in their teaching, and on their joint retreats they offer tuition for beginners and more advanced students in separate classes. Their Oxon Hoath base (near Tonbridge) is a stately home on a country estate where participants can expect one pranayama class in the morning and a couple of two-hour flow classes late morning and late afternoon. Mix in walks, massage, open fires and veggie meals – with wine allowed.
• From £295pp sharing for 2 nights, 40 guests. Next runs 10-12 March, yogajeannie.com B £

Doze in the Downs, East Sussex

At the end of a long country lane on the South Downs, elegant Tilton House near Lewes offers weekend yoga retreats all year round, with up to three classes a day from a changing roster of teachers. They include affable Stewart Heffernan, a former actor who teaches vinyasa and yin-based classes to all levels. Between classes, guests can go hiking, doze in the sauna, read by an open fire, have a massage or visit the Bloomsbury group’s Charleston Farmhouse nearby. Meals use ingredients from the orchard and kitchen garden.
• £349pp sharing for 2 nights, 14 guests, tiltonhouse.co.uk B

Solar and sauna, Argyll, Scotland

The rustic retreat of Ecoyoga at Inverliever Lodge features a bath by a wild river, an underground sauna and a solar-powered hot tub for some mindful cold plunges and hot soaking between classes. Mainly ashtanga-based teachers run retreats here all year, including the ashtanga and mindfulness expert Scott Johnson, who teaches a self-practice method and encourages you to practise on your own during the retreat. There are usually two, two-hour-long classes a day with chanting, talks on yoga and healthy veggie meals (including raw chocolate cakes, naturally).
• From £595pp for 4 nights, 12-18 guests. Scott’s next retreat is 20-24 April, ecoyoga.org

Kriya me a river, south-east Devon

A light-hearted, instinctive teacher, London-based Tania Brown leads seven, one-hour classes over a weekend at comfy, organic Trill Farm near Lyme Regis. Wake up with traditional kriya (cleansing techniques), then after a nourishing breakfast and a walk, join in dynamic yoga in the middle of the woods. There’s also massage, foraging and a restorative yoga and meditation session each evening. Meals by a River Cottage chef are seasonal and organic. Detox or indulge in organic wines.
• From £350pp for 2 nights, 10 guests. Next runs 21-23 April, trillfarm.co.uk B

All the right ingredients, East Sussex

Popular restorative and yin yoga teacher and personal development coach Julie Bickerton and yogi and cookery writer Mary Gwynn have teamed up to launch new retreats in East Sussex. Based at a studio in Hartfield village, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, they combine five yoga sessions designed to help deal with seasonal changes, and two cookery demos that focus on sourcing and cooking food that is in season. Largely vegetarian meals will include wine, cake and caffeine. Rooms are split between the hub and a boutique B&B in the village.
• From £448pp sharing for 2 nights, 10 guests. Next runs 17-19 March livelife.org.uk B

BEST FOR ACTIVITIES

Snowdon walks, North Wales

Photograph: Lucy Devereux

On the Isle of Anglesey Zest Life Retreats teams yoga with wild swimming, standup paddleboarding, hiking on Snowdon, walking, detoxing, relaxation, fitness and seashore foraging for engaging, restorative weekends. The base is a secluded, country house estate, and the two, 90-minute classes a day include music, meditation and pranayama either with vinyasa flow with Zest Life founder Laura Bell or yin with partner and dru yoga teacher Kate Hamilton-Hunter.
• From £375pp sharing for 2 nights, 15 guests. Next runs 10-12 Feb, thezestlife.co.uk B

Alpine aura, France

Photograph: Vanessa Fry Photography

AdventureYogi has been offering a great choice of yoga trips for the past 10 years, including fun, intense healthy weeks in the French Alps. Wake up at 7am with an energising hour of hatha yoga with Chetana Thornton, enjoy a day of skiing or snowboarding, then unwind with a sauna or a good book by a roaring fire before a 90-minute early-evening restorative class. Your base is an apartment by the slopes at Sainte Foy. Three-course gourmet vegetarian feasts include local organic wines. All levels of yogis and skiers welcome.
• From £989pp sharing for 7 nights, 14 guests. Runs 12-19 and 19-26 March adventureyogi.com B

Ionian inversions, Zakynthos, Greece

Soulfood London runs a creative retreat combining daily yoga and photography lessons at Villa Zaharoula, which overlooks the Ionian sea. There’s a fast-paced but accessible 90-minute yoga class to music each morning, and relaxing meditative classes each evening with dynamic vinyasa flow teacher Charlie Morgan. Professional photographer Chloe Read finds something new to inspire every day, from still life to moving waves, and there’s a trip to a hilltop town and wild swimming in a quiet cove. Organic meals include meat and fish.
• From £349pp for 3 nights, 12 guests. £825pp yoga and photography week 25 Sept-2 Oct, soulfoodlondon.com B

Circle of relaxation, Norway

Photograph: G Austick, Florian Kraler

This four-night retreat is pricy, but there’s nothing else like it. At this site above the Arctic circle, four 90-minute dynamic vinyasa flow yoga classes with Swedish-born teacher Minna Skirgård are followed by four personally guided adventures, including a boat safari and a trek along scenic paths. Expect to flow, sweat and connect with uplifting tunes, pranayama and mindfulness sessions. Boutique Lyngen Lodge has a sauna, outdoor jacuzzi and mountain views, and local, seasonal meals include fish from the fjords and local reindeer.
• From £1,355pp sharing for 4 nights, 16 guests. Next runs 14-18 June, scandoir.com

Heavenly Himalayas, India

Run by Tamsin Chubb, founder of popular Little French Retreat, this fabulous adventure features a two-hour classical hatha yoga class each morning, plus mountain walks, tiffin-style packed lunches, sunset meditation and workshops on local bio-diversity, organic farming, cooking and yoga philosophy. Tamsin teaches a relaxing, calm style of yoga inspired by sivananda and yin practices, and your base is a homely forest retreat – the Foundation for Contemplation of Nature’s Himalayan Centre – in the Almora district with a timber-framed studio and organic, vegetarian alcohol-free meals. You get to see the Taj Mahal and Delhi on this trip too.
• From £1,395pp sharing (excl flights), 8 guests. 4-17 November, littlefrenchretreat.com B

Align your anatomy, Italy

Set on a private hillside estate near Ponte a Moriano, Reclaim Yourself’s fun-filled healthy week features classes with jivamukti expert Emma Henry and alignment-based vinyasa teacher Adam Husler. Start with a power smoothie and a 2½-hour flow class each day with Adam or Emma, then in the afternoons work with Adam on anatomical alignment, turn up the volume in an advanced class with Emma or take a healthy cooking class with chef Sabar Rahbar. There are trips to nearby Lucca and Florence and vegan feasts under the stars.
• From £895 pp for 6 nights, 24 guests. 20-26 August, reclaimyourself.co.uk

BEST FOR SUN

Hatha in Ithaca, Greece

International teachers lead different weeks between May and October at Itha108, a gorgeous island retreat just five minutes from the Ionian sea, where accommodation is split between a Venetian-style house and five Mongolian-style yurts. All levels will enjoy weeks with Laura Gilmore, director of Bristol City Yoga, who teaches two, two-hour long hatha yoga classes a day, the second being a restorative class. Fish is served for those who want it, alongside the veggie meals.
• From £925pp (in a yurt) sharing for 7 nights, 20 guests. Next runs 1-8 July, bristolcityyoga.co.uk B

Life of Pi, Costa Brava, Spain

Photograph: Emmanuel Heurtier

With hammocks and a saltwater swimming pool just a 10-minute stroll from a beach, Pi Blau is an eco villa which enjoys 9-11 hours of sunshine a day during the summer, when Destination Yoga runs retreats here. Twice-daily, one-hour yoga classes are led by visiting experts, including vinyasa flow teacher Joanna Najduch (in June) who is particularly patient with beginners. Between times there’s walking, massages and healthy veggie meals. Guests can detox or enjoy local wine and beer.
• From £995pp sharing for 7 nights, 16 guests. Next runs 10-17 May. destinationyoga.co.uk B

Yurts and yin, Turkey

Sunshine is almost guaranteed from May to October in the secluded Huzur Vadisi Yoga Retreat in its mountain valley 10 minutes from the coast. Guests stay in yurts among olive groves, and do two classes a day with a changing roster of expert teachers in a spacious shala. Yin yang teacher Simon Low runs a retreat here each year, while other experts include the Scaravelli-influenced (gentle, gravity-based yoga) duo Tuesday McNeill and Marc Woolford. Between classes, guests can sunbathe, swim, walk, read, go to the beach or take boat trips. Food is mostly veggie, with fish or chicken twice a week. All levels.
• From £690pp sharing, 28 guests. Next runs 26 Jun-3 Jul (Low), 10-17 Jul (McNeill/Woolford), huzurvadisi.com B £

Restorative riad, Morocco

Come to riad-style Hotel Tigmi in a laid-back Berber village outside Marrakech for yoga with vibrant Jonelle Lewis in May, whose classes are often set to an urban soundtrack, or for an insightful week with iyengar-trained Jim Tarran and Khadine Morcom in June. Twice-daily, 1½- or two-hour classes are punctuated by swims in the two pools, trips to the souks of Marrakech, a massage or hammam and local walks. Veggie and meat meals, cake and alcohol are all on offer.
• From £795pp sharing, 20 guests. Next runs 20-27 May (Lewis), 10-17 June (Tarran/Morcom), yogaexplorers.com

Mediterranean meditation, Crete

On a cliff on the island’s southern coast, where the sun shines almost continually from May to October, is Yoga Rocks. Swim, sunbathe or hang out in a hammock between classes and pick a teacher who feels right to you. Reema Datta, from 13-20 May, teaches a gentle style that incorporates yoga philosophy, chanting, meditation and her own music, while Sky Akasha Tobias in September runs a funky, immersive retreat influenced by tai chi and dance. Expect gigantic vegetarian buffets including cakes.
• From £750pp sharing for 7 nights, 20 guests. yogaholidaysgreece.com B £

Feel the magic, north Goa, India

India, the spiritual home of yoga, is a great place for escaping the British winter and there’s a multitude of yoga holidays to choose from. Yoga Magic is a bit special, with tented eco-lodges in beautiful gardens. There’s yoga twice a day in a shala made from mud with a palm leaf roof, led by great local teachers drawing on a range of traditions, and incredible organic Indian cuisine. There’s a natural pool and Ayurvedic and homeopathic treatments available too.
• From £450pp sharing for 1 week yoga holiday B&B, (high season price), yogamagic.net B £

BEST HOLISTIC RETREATS

For mums and children, Derbyshire

These new yogic glamping breaks from Pachamama Yoga Retreats give tired mums – Pachamama means mother earth for indigenous Andean people – time to bond with their little ones (of any age) in a Peak District woodland setting. Stay in luxury safari tents and wake up with two hours of vinyasa flow each morning with the honey-voiced Kerry Wilde while your children enjoy forest school. Afternoons are free, then there’s a 90-minute yin yoga session each evening plus meditation, massages, vegan food and an African dance workshop.
• From £1,100 for a mother and child for 6 nights, 12 guests. First runs April. pachamama-yoga.com B

Peak peace, Oleiros, Portugal

Restorative retreats at family-run Vale de Moses in the foothills of the Serra de Estrela mountains offer a morning silent meditation walk along rivers and through forest before an invigorating two-hour yoga class suitable for all levels. There’s also therapeutic massage and acupuncture, workshops exploring aspects of yogic life, meditation and wild swimming, while some retreats focus on sleep. The main yoga teacher is owner Barbados-born Vonetta Winter, who teaches dynamic hatha yoga focusing on strength, balance and stability. Meals are vegetarian and Ayurvedic.
• From £670pp sharing, up to 16 guests. Weekly between March and October. valedemoses.com B £

Wellbeing in the raw, North Yorkshire

Photograph: PR

The women-only Healthily Happy Retreat, led by raw food expert Dr Claire Maguire at Split Farthing Hall, the 18th-century countryside base of Raw Horizons, mixes a daily 90-minute class of kundalini yoga with two daily 90-minute sessions covering wellbeing coaching, chakra balancing, aromatherapy and healthy chocolate-making. Guests can soak in the outdoor hot tub, use the far infrared sauna, have a massage or put their feet up in the cosy library. Meals are cleansing and raw, alcohol- and coffee-free, and yoga includes music.
• From £995pp sharing for five nights, 10 guests. Next runs 29 Jan-3 Feb, rawhorizons.co.uk B

Alpujarras ashram, Spain

At Kaliyoga’s base in the Alpujarras you can pick from a variety of activities to mix with your yoga, including hill walking, raw food cleansing and juice fasting with nutrition lectures, colonic cleanses and guided meditation. Chill by the pool, have a treatment, use the infra-red sauna and take two yoga classes a day. Resident teachers include Lely Aldworth, who teaches dynamic yoga, encouraging guests to experience yoga as a moving meditation. Alcohol-free meals are veggie and vegan.
• From £895pp sharing for 6 nights, 15 guests. Weekly from 26 Feb to 18 Nov, kaliyoga.com B

Fruitful stays, Sri Lanka

At the soulful Sen Wellness Sanctuary, in a nature reserve, there are yoga classes on breathtaking Rekawa beach as the sun rises, followed by breakfast of fruits and a fresh coconut, and ayurvedic treatments or sessions with a resident osteopath before sunset yoga in the shala overlooking mangroves. Excellent acupuncture is available, and meals are veggie with some fish. Yoga teachers in residence in 2017 include kundalini teacher Maren Lander and Pleuni van Hulten, who teaches two Scaravelli-inspired vinyasa flow and yin yoga classes each day, giving a lot of useful hands-on adjustments. All meals are ayurvedic Sri Lankan curries, and you’ll see wild monkeys in the trees.
• From £330pp for 3 nights, 16-20 guests. senwellnesssanctuary.com B £

Healing hotspot, Thailand

At Sanctuary, a jungle and beach retreat on Koh Phangan, guests can indulge in spa treatments, use the steam room, have a healing session at a Tea Temple, take a Pilates class and follow an intense detox programme. Choose a three-, seven- or 10-night yoga retreat with visiting expert teachers, who include Peter Clifford, an Australian yoga master who teaches a flowing classical hatha style. Veggie and seafood meals can be healthy or indulgent, and there are movies under the stars.
• From £290pp sharing for 3 nights, 15 guests, thesanctuarythailand.com B £

Detox and cleanse, Wiltshire

On its retreats at 17th-century Littleton Mill, Jiva Healing cleverly mixes yoga with detoxing and healthy eating a few times a year. Choose the Creative Cooking, Conscious Eating and Yoga retreat for nutrition talks and cookery demos, or the Juice Fasting and Yoga retreat to cleanse with organic juices and coffee enemas. On each retreat, daily hatha yoga classes are taught by Chetana Thornton, whose husband Will plays live relaxing music throughout. There’s also bodywork and vegan meals.
• From £325pp sharing for 2 nights, 14 guests. Retreats run April and August. jivahealing.com
Caroline Sylger Jones is the founder of queenofretreats.com

Yoga lingo

Ashtanga yoga: athletic, quite demanding

Dru yoga: a type of yoga based on flowing movements

Gong bath: being “bathed” in gong vibrations

Hatha yoga: broad term for classical yoga

Iyengar yoga: precise and alignment based

Jivamukti yoga: a vigorous hatha-style yoga form

Kundalini yoga: a spiritual practice focused on raising energy

Pranayama: breathing exercises

Shala: a place of yoga; a studio or platform of wood or mud

Sivananda yoga: classical practice based on 12 basic poses

Restorative yoga: slow and supported poses

Vinyassa flow: flowing from one pose to the next

Yin yoga: slow, long-held poses

Yoga nidra: “yogic sleep”, gentle/meditative yoga

The caption for the leading picture was amended on 2 January because, as two commenters have pointed out, the picture is of the Kaliyoga retreat in Puglia, Italy, not its retreat in Andalucía.

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Guide to the Best Yoga Retreats & Spas

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