Yoga is for everybody and all yoga classes are designed for all abilities. Class sizes are small, ensuring you receive personal, individual attention, enabling you to go at your own pace.
Yoga classes are offered twice daily, at sunrise and sunset, either on their poolside platform adjacent to the fragrant garden with a backdrop of mountains or on a small, local beach with panoramic views and breathtaking scenery.
There are plenty of opportunities for meditation in this tranquil setting.
Your instructors will assist you to remove the stress from your mind and arouse feelings of energy, vitality, and positivity.
All yoga styles create a feeling of ease and relaxation. After morning practice, you’ll be treated to a hearty vegetarian breakfast that’s loaded with health benefits.
The team have your well-being at heart and there are no strict regimes, you are welcome to do as little or as much as you like with expert guidance in a laid back, friendly atmosphere.
Also included in the retreat is a visit to the Hammam for a Turkish bath, sauna and steam followed by an olive oil massage and or choice of luscious traditional treatments if you so choose to avail.
A boat trip around the beautiful Aegean is also included. Additional activities include boating, swimming, hiking, shopping or you can rent a car and take day trips around the stunning area.
Included in your stay are your daily yoga classes, daily meditation sessions, friendly and experienced instructors, full board vegetarian meals, two excursions and seven nights accommodations.
Natalia Dogru has been practicing yoga since 2005. She is one of the certified Iyengar Yoga Teachers in Turkey. She has yoga studios in Bodrum and Russia. She graduated from Ekaterinburg Iyengar Yoga Teachers course from 2007 to 2009.
Gillian was interested in yoga for many years and from seeing and feeling the benefits of her own body, she decided to do her teacher training Level 1 which she did at Santosha Yoga, Lisburn, North Ireland under Paddy Hamill. She qualified in December 2015, 200 hours, registered yoga school. She also has an online Pilates Trainer Diploma qualified in May 2015. She had found it beneficial and enjoyable to combine both Pilates and yoga together.
Donna Noble’s journey with yoga started in 1999. An ex-colleague saw a picture of Madonna with her legs behind her head and her enthusiasm made her want to try yoga. She fell in and out of love with yoga due to the usual pressures of life, family, work and studying for a degree. At the time not realising how important and transformational yoga was going to be in her life.