The Fascinating Yoga Retreat For All
Category : Lifestyle
Have you ever wanted to relax and unwind somewhere totally new? Somewhere totally lost and almost forgotten about by the modern world? Yoga and its meditation must be performed in a place of total tranquillity in order to benefit from its magic, and for most finding a place this tranquil is almost impossible. For those that live and work in a town or city, and even those who live in quieter location but still do not get the feeling of detachment from their everyday lives, finding such an oasis is not possible without escaping their everyday reality.
For the passionate Yogi, finding such destinations is an exciting part in the practice of this spiritual blessing. They will look as far as is necessary for total detachment from their everyday lives and for some traveling overseas is a great way to do just this. If you are looking for a venue somewhere new and relaxing there is a beautiful yoga retreat in Spain that simply must be visited.
At its centre is a historical Cortijo styled villa with Roman origins and some fascinating history. Lovingly restored in to a large luxurious retreat, is offers absolutely everything the modern yoga practice would want. From its fresh air and fresh food, outstanding climate, with 8 months of sun every year and average temperatures around 23oC.
Their 2016 calendar is filled with a variety of courses which will offer beginners to experts a unique and enjoyable yoga holiday. For larger groups or teachers they also welcome enquiries into booking the entire resort and as there are 11 bedrooms with en-suite and ample space around the grounds, a potential yoga business venture in the Andalucia hills.
The actual Cortijo is split in to several indoor and outdoor areas. The Shala enjoys views over the hills and provides a shaded area where you can practice yoga swings. There is an indoor meditation room which is incredibly quiet and cool thanks to its sub-terrain location and thick stone walls. Moving slightly further from the villa you are totally surrounded by nature. There is a slow moving shallow river where you can pitch for the day to enjoy working out and or lunch. A meditation garden with palm trees is also a super area and a gallery full of past and present guests shows off what there is on offer.
Special catered food is made with an onsite chef (or bring your own) and a number of tasty vegetarian dishes which are different every day will keep your taste buds as happy as your body. And lastly if you want a day off the host has a large art gallery she is happy to share and even hosts lessons for those interested in playing with a brush and canvas.
Considered an official Vivienda Rural and with five star reviews on TripAdvisor, this really is the best Spanish yoga retreat by far. For more info head over to their site or leave a comment to the author below.