A small but beautiful island in the Philippines, Boracay offers more than your usual beach yoga retreat. It’s renowned for its many beaches and resorts and is a popular travel destination. If you head to White Beach, you’ll find tall palm trees and plenty of restaurants and bars you can chill out in and sample the local cuisine. If you want something more active, Bulabog Beach can provide many water sports opportunities that you’ll enjoy. How about a panoramic view of the island? Then, you need to go to the observation deck on Mount Luho. A Boracay yoga retreat will never let you down!
The contemporary lifestyle is strained by a number of fleeting ailments – some accidental, some habitual, and others quite fatal. In this array of disorders, eating-related disorders are quite common.
Busy moms often think it hard to take time out from their hectic schedule and get on the yoga mat. They believe so because yoga requires one to remain in peace, in spite of the chaotic surrounding. Practicing yoga also requires one not to be bothered by distractions.
While March saw the first signs of spring in the Northern Hemisphere, April is a bit of an awkward mix of temperatures. It’s not yet hot enough to hit the pool but you don’t have to wear too many layers either. Pack that waterproof jacket as it’s quite certain it will rain. As for the Southern Hemisphere, autumn is at its most beautiful so grapes picking, and gorgeous foliage will make you pack your bags.
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