Solo holidays can feel a bit daunting but they’re such a great way of recharging your batteries and having a bit of ‘me’ time.
But, admittedly all that ‘me’ time can get a bit much after a few days; which is why an activity holiday – like one of our wonderful yoga holidays could be just the thing for you.
Whether you’re in Sardinia, Majorca or Croatia we’ve got just the right balance – you start the day off with a light breakfast, then it’s a two hour yoga session with our incredible yoga teachers and the amazing views that our locations have to offer. Then it’s a big, delicious brunch with the group and then the day is yours. Whether you want to explore the local areas, try out some delicious local cuisine or simply relax in the sun with your favourite book – it’s up to you. We don’t make you stick to any sort of tight schedule and free time really is free.
So, if this is just the antidote for the hectic you’re currently living then how about you visit our website and have a look at the dates we’ve got available at all three of our venues.
We’re so excited that our new season is almost upon us!
On the 24th March we’re opening our doors for the first time this year in magical Majorca!
And, if like us you’re over this cold wintery weather – because quite honestly it feels like winter’s really dragging its heels this year – then how about you plan your great escape and come join us? We still have spaces left over the Easter weekend in Cala d’Or and we’d love to see you there!
Our season this year looks a little bit like this:
Cala d’Or Majorca
24 March – 29 May
29 September – 03 November
19 May – 28 July
25 August – 29 September
26 May – 21 July
25 August – 13 October
The great thing about one of our yoga holidays at all of our venues is that you can tailor the trip however you like. There’s no set check in day, you can stay for a few days or even a week. We run extra yoga classes in the afternoon or you can just relax on the beach with a good book.
If you’d like more information on any three of the venues and the dates above don’t hesitate to take a look at our website, fill in our contact form or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll answer any questions you may have or get you booked up onto your next luxurious yoga holiday.
A huge thank you to all our wonderful guests for joining us and for coming back and for visiting our different venues.
We have had another great year of growth with guests visiting from England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Netherlands, Canada, USA, Austria, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Italy and France.
Thank you also to all our wonderful yoga teachers for their inspiration, hard work and dedication. Our last yoga class of 2017 was on Saturday morning in Majorca and then we look ahead to 2018.
It’s probably quite fair to say to we all go through bouts of anxiety in our lives – whether it’s feeling anxious about something that’s happening at work or home or even an actual panic attack. I don’t know about you but these anxious feelings can leave me feeling pretty useless; a bit out of control.
One way I have always been taught to deal with my anxious feelings is simply by breathing. Deep breath in for one, two, three, four. Deep breath out for one, two, three, four.
By concentrating on breathing I wasn’t allowing myself to concentrate on those horrible little thoughts creeping into my mind.
Another way I’ve found to deal with my anxiety is to take to the yoga mat. Whenever I leave my yoga class I always feel like a weight has been lifted. There’s a couple of poses that are known to help alleviate those anxious feelings and bring you back to the present moment.
Childs Pose This pose helps to relieve tension in the back, neck and shoulders and is known as a place of rest in your practice. This is an area where a lot of people hold their stress, but when we’re in this pose we concentrate on our breathing which can then help to alleviate that stress.
Cat / Cow pose This combination can be extremely relaxing. Keep your eyes closed to allow you to focus on connecting each movement to your breath. Seated Forward Bend This pose can relieve anxiety and headaches. As you practice this asana your mind calms down and stress and worry can leave your body.
If you feel that things such as breathing, yoga and other forms of exercise which can be great to help anxiety aren’t working then do go visit your Doctor – we aren’t medical professionals here at Sardinia Yoga; just yoga lovers.
I’ve recently taken quite the hiatus from yoga – about 10 months to be exact. I used to make my way to the yoga mat 3 -5 times a week but for one reason (excuse) or another I managed to avoid that mat for 10 whole months. I had decided that yoga wasn’t giving me what I needed from a work out, it wasn’t hard enough, I wasn’t sweating enough. That limited time I allotted to exercise in my diary was making way instead to weight training, HIIT workouts or body pump.
I kept meaning to get back to yoga but the summer months absolutely flew by, my work days were gone in a flash, weekends were over before they even began and we’ve rolled into Autumn without any real warning whatsoever; so I needed the quick hard workouts to fit around everything else in the diary.
But this week, as things are starting to slow down I got myself back into the yoga studio and oh I was glad I did! What took me so long to get back there?! I went to a hot yoga class and for 75 minutes I stretched, I took deep breaths and I sweated – boy did I sweat!! And it was glorious!
I left the session feeling happier, more relaxed and glowing (however there’s every chance the glow was just sweat!) than I’d felt in a while and that ‘yoga glowing buzz’ reminded me just why I fell in love with yoga in the first place.