Experience a Turkish holiday with rich meditative practices and personal exploration that will let your life grow and be filled with a positive energy.
The entire retreat will be dedicated to guiding you to feel calm, connected, restored and content. The yoga sessions will focus on eliminating all the stressful phases in your life and instead give an emphasis on your self-awareness and reflection.
The yoga sessions are held twice daily, one in the morning to energize and open your soul, and one in the evening to relax your body after a long tiring day exploring the area. The practices are suitable for all levels, so there's no need to worry if you're a beginner or already at an advanced yoga level.
To complete the ultimate retreat experience in Turkey, you'll be staying in a stunning venue. This lovely yoga hotel is known for its excellent service, wonderful staff, and their relaxing swimming pool and wellness facilities. Beside the pool is a small bar that serves healthy snacks and refreshing frozen fruit juice slushies.
There are hotel bikes you can use for a lovely (and flat!) 10 minute cycle into town. This means you can either completely escape or enjoy this lovely town with beautiful river, cafes and great shopping if you want…. The beach is a 15 minute bus ride or you get get there by river taxi from town – there is a turtle sanctuary at one end of the beach.
The retreat is inclusive of -
7 Nights Accommodation
Daily Yoga and Meditation classe
Daily breakfast plus 5 evening meals
Charlotte is an award-winning nutritional therapist with over 15 years of experience and a senior Yoga Alliance 500 hour yoga teacher, teaching since 2007. She has written 5 books and her consultation approach melds where mindfulness meets nutrition. She is passionate about helping people through stressful phases in their lives; when long-term stress, heavy emotional demands or a recent event show as exhaustion, feeling constantly wired or stress symptoms as body functions don’t quite feel in balance. Her yoga teaching reflects this too, with an emphasis on embodying awareness and slowing down to truly feel, to listen and respond to what one needs, rather than punishing one’s body into an ideal.