I practice yoga outdoors so inevitably I am visited by the occasional wandering ant who has no idea what a yoga mat is, let alone that it's totally taboo and awkward to cross it mid-downward-dog.
Sometimes, when I am not overly intent on getting on with my practice, I do this. I stop, kneel down, and watch that ant. I observe the color of the fragment of leaf that it's carrying or the awesomeness of its strength.
The Greek islands are some of the most majestic places on Earth. Their pristine beaches, crystal-clear water and Mediterranean breeze make them real paradises for yoga retreats.
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.
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