Many Turkey yoga holidays offer more than just relaxing yoga sessions. They come with great excursions too. You can go to Turkey’s age-old historical sites, have a Turkish bath, or walk along its secluded mountains and hillsides. As a bonus, you could even enjoy a Turkish yurt as your accommodation. There is definitely no better way to spend a yoga vacation in Turkey!
Have you ever been to a yoga retreat in Istanbul? If not, you should really try it! My partner Sandra and I are retreat organizers ourselves, we know how delightful it is to practice yoga in another language, to discover the yoga scene in another city or country, and to be a yoga student in different parts of the world.
The Golden Gate Bridge vs Disneyland; Yosemite vs Joshua Tree; Stanford vs USC. California is so big that its diversity has created somewhat of a mild debate about which end is cooler. But which one is better for a yoga retreat?
Among all the gorgeous regions of Bali, Ubud is the number one choice for most yoga enthusiasts. Thousands of yogis come to this Zen rural area each year to enjoy the unique combination of ancient landmarks, mesmerizing landscapes, incredible food scene, fascinating culture, and much more.
California is one of the biggest melting pots in the world. Its diversity, nice weather and open-minded people created a fertile land for yoga to grow. And boy did it flourish! Nowadays, it’s arguably the best place for yoga in the Western Hemisphere.
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