Mykonos Active Gay Retreats is a Swiss-based company offering retreats & training on Mykonos Island. They're certified in Pilates, Yoga, Fitness, & Psychology.
Yoga Retreats (2)
Reto discovered his passion for dance and movement as a teenager. After intense years of dancesport he developed his own style of Dance Aerobic classes and was living and teaching in Barcelona and Switzerland. His success was based on fluid movement, charisma and music. Reto followed a Stott Pilates Instructor Training and got certified in 2013. He founded PILATES Mykonos, created the wildpilates training concept and offers outdoor pilates, yoga, and bootcamp sessions. Reto has a master's degree in psychology. His focus is the inseparable connection of mind and body, of "attitude and posture".
Fabio has been a professional dancer for his entire life, and it's because of dance that he discovered Yoga. The undeniable physical benefits of the Yoga practice soon awakened something deeper and more subtle within him. Yoga was connecting him with the kid that he once was, allowing him to see the world with curious eyes and a soft heart. He's a firm believer that Yoga can have a huge impact on someone's life, and that's why he decided to dive with his entire soul into this lifetime journey. He completed his Yoga Teacher Training at the Yoga Sanctuary in 2018.
André got his 200hr RYT certification in 2018 from the Hudson Yoga Project in Hoboken, NJ. He has a background in gymnastics and cheerleading and fell in love with the practice of yoga after his very first class. André teaches alignment based vinyasa and has taught various types of classes both in person and virtually. Although he is a lover of backbends and all things flexibility, his focus is on creating a dynamic and exciting class that will not only have a rhythmic flow but also encourages students to deepen their practice and find their joy on the mat.
from United States, October 2019
"A wonderful week of good yoga, palates, food and company"
The organization and arrangements were perfect. The yoga was not too spiritual (so good for an atheist like me). The meals provided, and organized events were generous. Preparing meals, eating together and cleaning up after was bonding. it was a wonderful week.