If you’re looking for your next yoga vacation, you’ve probably noticed that there are two types you can choose from: yoga holidays and yoga retreats. But, how are they different?
You’ve fallen in love with yoga, you’ve spent some time on the mat and now you really want to become a yoga teacher. But how to choose between 200, 300 or 500 hours of training? What’s the difference between all these courses? Which one is right for you?
You’ve decided to go to Thailand for a yoga retreat; great choice! You’re bound to live an unforgettable experience in one of the top destinations. There’s still one question you may still have, though – where in Thailand will I spend my vacation?
Thailand and Bali are undoubtedly two of the top destinations for a yoga retreat. Both locations are a paradise for yogis with plenty of beach and jungle retreats and a variety of styles. So, which destination should you choose for your next (and possibly first) yoga holiday?
Sure, you can! Yoga should always be available for all budgets and tastes. The most luxurious holidays might have created a misconception that yoga retreats are exclusive to the wealthy travelers, but there are still many options that don’t need you to spend big money. Maybe you won’t get 3 massages a day or eat lobster for dinner, but you will still have an incredible experience with the same level of yoga instruction as the most expensive retreats.
No kidding, you can book a 2-day yoga retreat for as little as 16 € (19 US$)! And if you want longer stays, there are options starting at 16 € per day with meals included.
The majority are located in Asia, with India, Thailand, Nepal and Indonesia being the most popular destinations. But there are many affordable options all over the world, from Spain to Mexico; from Australia to the USA.
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Thailand, Mexico, Nepal, India, Indonesia, Spain
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start as low as 16 € per day
Going on a yoga retreat doesn't have to be expensive. If you want an authentic yoga experience, but your budget is limited, there are many options for you to choose from! You should know that with budget yoga holidays, accommodation is basic but comfortable. Usually, you can choose from yoga ashrams, sharing a room with another student or traveler, or you can even try camping. Alternatively, you can also do volunteer work in order to lower the price of your trip. Check out our many affordable yoga retreats below and reserve your spot today!
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