If a Hans Christian Andersen tour isn't enough to convince you to go to Denmark for a yoga holiday, don't worry! There is more to do here besides that. But if you're a fan of the author and his works, then by all means, make the most of the tour. When practicing yoga in Denmark, expect plenty of unique sights and activities. For one thing, you can try getting your way out of Labryinthia, where all sorts of mazes are present. Or you can go sailing on a Viking long boat and learn more about ancient Viking sagas!
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.
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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