If you’re seeking a more in-depth exploration of yoga, you’ve probably thought about a yoga retreat, or even a yoga teacher training. Whichever path you choose on your yoga journey, your life will change for the better with deeper study and daily practice.
From the never-before solo traveler to the seasoned pro, yoga retreats are the perfect getaway for those adventuring on their own.
The plentiful benefits of solo travel are only heightened by taking that solo travel experience to a yoga retreat. Go enjoy!
This post is about nailing the feel of the ideal yoga retreat; those extra little details that’ll turn the 'meh' into something much more memorable.
Read to discover how you can host the perfect yoga retreat – to offer an incredible experience for both you and your guests!
Yoga is important to you, and you’re excited to share it with others, more so at your favorite destination. We can all get carried away with retreat planning, and in the worst case, lose sight of the yoga itself. From experience, observation and feedback, here are the top three ways in which we see yoga teachers forgo the yoga while planning their retreats.
For the last couple of years, I have been researching the topic of yoga retreats to try and understand if there is room in the market for a new yoga retreat website. During this process, I've collected a large sample of data, performed analysis and made some exciting discoveries which I'd like to share.
As an owner or organiser of a yoga retreat, once you have found a venue with a suitable ambience, developed the programme and chosen the menu it's probably time to think about how you're going to find your yogis. This can be a daunting task, especially if you don't have a marketing background but don't worry we're here to help.