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Here, the yoga moves with the flow of the tropics. With a responsible ethos, all your activities are chosen with the culture and environment in mind. You will eat healthily, relax, find peace, meet new and inspiring people, discover the teal blue reefs, practice yoga at sunset, walk, kayak, snorkel, and restore yourself. A really holistic island experience. In this retreat, 10% of proceed go back to community projects of your choice.
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You will be accommodated in a twin room in a garden bure on a quiet island. Upgrades to private garden bures are available upon request.
One of the lovely members of staff will advise you how to get to Suva within your personal budget, where a member of staff will collect you to take you to the retreat. Afternoon yoga on arrival and an evening of introductions and relaxation welcomes you.
Yoga will be in the morning and afternoon either on the yoga deck, beach deck, or on the beach. You will concentrate on a chakra a day. The activity during the day will be either the jungle walk, shark snorkel, SUP yoga session, or sea kayaking.
Yoga will be in the morning and afternoon either on the yoga deck or on the beach. You will concentrate on a chakra a day.
This retreat takes place in Fiji island. Fiji was probably first settled three and a half thousand years ago. Fiji attained independence in 1970 and declared itself a Republic on October 7th 1987.
In Fijian life, respect and community spirit runs deep in their culture. Kava, a plant root, a drug, the South Pacific equivalent of alcohol, plays a huge role in everyones life both directly and indirectly. Fijiians have strong values and ideals, and are often know to be great at living for the day!
Village customs are often but not always adhered to, but elders are very aware of ideal behavior or “Vakaturaga”. In outer island villages, Fijian food is traditional but many alternatives such as super noodles and breakfast crackers are changing the old-fashioned way of life. Guests can find some of the ways of life culturally challenging such as the language barrier.
All over Fiji, there is a strong sense of respect and community. You can not walk past a house without being beckoned in to share food. Values and ideals too are still firmly in place as generations talk and live with each other allowing for the flow of inter-generational knowledge and respect. It is a special place, full of soul, and the warmth of the Fijian people is overwhelming.
During your stay, you will be part of these communities and have a chance to really live the village lifestyle with sensitivity to their values and traditions. The Chief and the Headman (Turaga ni Koro) bind the village people together, you will notice how the villages are so well kept.
A ceremonial presentation will be performed upon your arrival to officially welcome you into the village and let everyone know you are staying for a while. They will send you an information pack before departure for Fiji to prepare you for the cultural expectations.
Fijians among themselves normally make an effort to make outsiders feel at home. They are cautious to directly and immediately ask from where a person comes or what their name is. The principle that one should know and recognize all people, and establish kinship or other social links with them, whether real or putative, is an essential element of the Fijian value system which allows a visitor to be accommodated with little stress into a community.
You will be served daily home cooked meals, a daily coconut, and fruit smoothy. There are some western dishes, local dishes made by locals, with some organic, fusion dishes incorporating all cuisines. A variety of western and local dishes such as kocoda (marinated fish in lemon juice served with diced tomatoes, onions, and coconut milk), ika vaka loco (fish cooked in coconut milk), lovo (traditional earth oven), spaghetti, pizza, soups, roast chicken, and vegetarian options are also available.
Please book your flight to arrive at Nadi International Airport (NAN). Transfer from the airport is is included. Island Spirit will pick you up from the airport. If you would like to avail of the return bus from the accommodation to the airport, an additional cost of 20 FJD will be collected so Island Spirit can help organize the transport.
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