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Welcome to a yoga retreat in Koh Phangan and go scuba diving to Sail Rock (Hin Bai in Thai) which is the premier scuba diving site in the Gulf of Thailand. Soak up the warmth of Thailand’s sun in a relaxing holiday and enjoy the stunning beaches, meditative walks in nature, and outings to the beauty spots. You will go one day, with a guide, to the untouched parts of Koh Phangan, which makes it perfect for trekking through the jungle.
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You will be staying in the quiet Nice Sea or Sea-view Rainbow Resort just meters away from the most astonishing unspoiled beaches along the ocean. The resorts have 10 single cottages (all with private bathroom), air-conditioned rooms, and are only meters away from the beach.
The yoga sessions will enhance your Hatha yoga with alignment from the Iyengar methods. The flow aspect of Vinyasa will be incorporated and will pay careful attention to each student's unique body structure and experience.
Sail Rock (Hin Bai in Thai) is the premier scuba diving site in the Gulf of Thailand. Situated an hour and a half boat ride from Koh Tao, this popular dive site will be offered to you as a full day trip twice during your stay with four dives. Sail Rock rises up to eight meters out of the water and the dive site has a maximum depth of over 40 meters. The actual rock wall drops down to below 20 meters, where it meets sand that gradually banks away. Equipment and insurance is organized beforehand.
Up to Khao Ra, the highest peak on Koh Phangan, Khao Ra stands at 630 meters and offers a fantastic viewpoint overlooking Chaloklum and Thong Nai Pan for those willing to climb to the top. On a good day with clear visibility, you can see Koh Tao. The route is not too strenuous, but the path can be difficult to follow at times. On the way, you will pass a waterfall.
The price of the safari includes one day of a guided jungle trekking and two days of diving for four dives.
Oliver has been practicing yoga for the last 17 years and teaching nationally and internationally. As a non-assuming teacher, he has trained students from all walks of life from all over the world with his self-developed, easy to learn the style. With a traditional western background, he has studied Hatha yoga since 1999. He has studied and been initiated by well-known yoga master, Swami Dayananda, the disciple of Swami Rama of Arunachala.
Luisa is a primary school teacher and Spanish and English yoga instructor. While living in Madrid, Spain, she has been acting for many years at Teatro William Layton. She began her yoga journey in Spain and has continued over the years to expand her training in India with different teachers and different disciplines, creating her own methodology. She has visited the Himalayan mountains with Oliver for many years between 2008 and 2015 while practicing silence (Antar Mouna) for month high up after the last village of Gargi in the Parvati valley.
Adam first encountered Kalarippayat in 2001, aged 21. He had little idea of how to control himself: neither his movement nor emotions. After just two months practice he was impressed at how grounded and balanced his body felt. He decided to go to Kerala, where this martial art originally came from. Accepted as a student of Kerala Kalarippayat Academy (KKA), he began training under Gurukkal C.M Sherif and have continued to practice since then, with over four years of the last 15, spent alongside his Gurukkal in India.
This retreat will take place in the beautiful, wooden floor yoga shala in the holistic and spiritual area of Srithanu, Koh Phangan Island, Thailand. Koh Phangan, one of Thailand’s smaller islands in the Gulf of Thailand, is known for its palm-fringed beaches, mountainous rainforest and circling coconut groves. It is also home to the famous full-moon parties, spas, vegan restaurants, and diving schools that often attracts a backpacker crowd.
All food is included in the price during the retreat, and during the week, a very much appreciated tradition of cooking together is developed. It is a wonderful way to get to know each other and get inspired with delicious yogic, vegetarian recipes.
"You are what you eat," and therefore Namaste Yoga Farm wants you to eat healthy, happy food that is prepared with love from Luisa (her salads are famous on the island). You will have fresh delicious fruits, vegetables, and other healthy ingredients from the local farmers' market that you could wish for and of course as much as possible organic.
Go chasing waterfalls while you are in Koh Phangan. There are about seven different waterfalls in Koh Phangan, all relatively close to the main towns. Please do note that a lot of the waterfalls dry up during off season. However, if you are up for a nature trip, do check out Saramanora waterfalls, Phaeng, Thaan Prapaad, Thaan Sadet, Wangsai, Paradise, and Thaan Prawes waterfalls.
Although Namaste Yoga Farm does not recommend trying to find Bottle Beach via motorbike, they recommend renting one and taking it around the island for a spin. Riding bikes are the cheapest and the best way to see a place. Koh Phangan itself is very steep and hilly so experienced riders are recommended.
One of the best viewpoints is a hill with a lovely view of Haad Son. If you are coming from Had Chao Phao, head towards Haad Yao. Keep riding down and soon you will be rewarded with a magnificent view of the island.
The market is consisting of varieties of art items, souvenirs, clothing and accessories, groceries, food, decorations, all kinds of Snacks and a very alive environment. Many stands and small shops all along the road, all offering a variety of everything with accessories and of course, delicious Thai food.
Treat yourself to some deep relaxation with the in-house massage therapist, or work on re-balancing your energy with a hands-on-healing session.
Please book your flight to arrive at Samui International Airport (USM) or Surat Thani International Airport (URT). Taxi fare from the airport costs 40 EUR to the pier, while bus fare costs 5 EUR.
From Bangkok International Airport (BKK), fly to Samui International Airport (USM) or Surat Thani International Airport (URT) or take a taxi or bus to Kao San road and there, you will find a bus to Koh Phangan or Tongsala for 20 EUR.
Ferries leave at Donsak about one hour from Surat Thani International Airport (URT) and arrive at Thongsala on Koh Phangan about two hours 30 minutes later. Ferry pick up is included in the price.
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