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This transformative yoga and adventure holiday takes place in the beautiful and iconic Golden Bay, New Zealand. You will meditate on the elements of earth, water, fire, and air as you play between the forest and coastline of the internationally renowned Abel Tasman National Park. You will also play in and on the waters of the Tasman Sea and go on adventures with humans and animals alike!
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During the awakening adventure yoga holiday, you will stay at The Sandcastle in Pohara, Golden Bay. Set in peaceful gardens and native bush, the property has sea views and is just a 10-minute walk to the beach. You will stay in self-contained comfortable chalets, each with its own deck, bathroom, and kitchen.
The Sandcastle adheres to great sustainability values, this and its close proximity to the Abel Tasman National Park is Yoga Nature's motivation for choosing this great venue for your stay in Golden Bay.
Each day will begin and end with yoga. The retreat offers a daily self-development focus that will inspire the yoga and the adventure activity for that day. All yoga sessions and adventure activities are multi-level focused and accessible to all, including beginners or those that might consider themselves unfit. There will be options offered to those that crave more intensity.
(Ashtanga Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Yin Yoga)
British School of Yoga (Prenatal Yoga)
Yoga Moves Yoga Alliance RYT 300 (Ashtanga Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga)
Emma Present is the main teacher and founder of Yoga Nature. She has studied and taught yoga for over a decade. She has over 600 hours of official study and has worked full time in the yoga industry since 2009. Emma has worked in many roles, including running workshops for London's largest yoga studio, Triyoga, fundraising for yoga charities, and launching and running a community yoga shala and a yoga tourism business. She is very passionate about yoga and meditation's ability to heal and transform. Yoga Nature brings together Emma's biggest passions; yoga, nature, and supportive community.
This retreat will take place in Golden Bay, New Zealand. The area boasts beautiful rivers, beaches, forests, and mountains all in close proximity. Nestled between two national parks, Golden Bay is a favorite holiday destination among Kiwis. The wide array of activities and adventures lures travelers from all over the globe, many come for the beautiful and iconic natural landscapes in the Kahurangi and Abel Tasman National Parks.
With only one road in and out, over the winding roads of the Takaka Hill, Golden Bay is a secluded paradise that has become home to a unique and alternative community of travelers, artists, healers, activists, and food growers. Golden Bay is a Mecca for the creative and free spirit.
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During this retreat, three daily healthy and vegetarian meals are included. Food is sourced as locally and as close to fully organic as possible.
On Tuesday, you can join the introduction to Acro yoga and therapeutics workshop. On Wednesday, you can take optional vaulting lessons with your beach horse riding session. And on Friday, there will be an optional open floor dance session.
You will relax with a spa day at Waitapu Springs, which includes hot tubs, sauna, and a one-hour massage. There is also an on-site spa and sauna, which you can use in your free time.
You can get to the retreat by driving from Nelson over the Takaka Hill and straight to the Sandcastle in Pohara.
Please book your flight to arrive at Takaka Aerodrome (KTF) or Nelson Airport (NSN). Transfer from and to these airports is available upon request.
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