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Join Steph Crochet on this once in a lifetime and unforgettable retreat to Bora Bora. Retreats are a great way to deepen your understanding of yoga, start a meditation practice, meet new friends, connect with yourself on a deeper level or with a loved one, and create shifts and opportunities in your life. Allow yourself to have a life changing experience and you will leave Bora Bora paradise with your heart wide open and so grateful that you chose to live your life to the fullest.
The Four Seasons Bora Bora, a five star resort, offers a superior beach view overwater suite with unobstructed views of the pristine lagoon. Each overwater suite is 1,080 square feet with a full bathroom, a spacious living room with a sofa that converts to one full size bed, and a large bedroom with a king or two queen size beds. Great ideal for families, couples, and friends, the spacious living room of these units open onto a private deck furnished with lounge chairs and complimentary snorkeling gear.
Each suite is equipped with down pillows, hypoallergenic pillows, hair dryer, free Wi-Fi, multi-line telephone(s) with voicemail, refrigerated private bar, CD and DVD player, satellite TV, and iPod docking station. The Four Seasons Bora Bora resort also provides twice-daily housekeeping service and complimentary coffee and tea in all rooms.
You have a chance to discover the magical island Steph's ancestors are from by taking a direct eight-hour flight from Los Angeles to Tahiti. This retreat contains two yoga classes daily, including Vinyasa flow, workshops, Pranayama, meditation, Kundalini yoga, restorative yoga, and mini private sessions.
Experience Steph's soulful Vinyasa flow classes overlooking Otemanu mountain, white sand beaches, and Bora Bora's famous turquoise lagoon. You can deepen your connection to your truth with guided meditation and pranayama practices or by simply relaxing under the golden Tahitian sun. After that, you will dive deep with Kundalini yoga or take a relaxing swim from your overwater bungalow.
In 2012, Stephanie signed up for the 200-hour Teacher Training at YogaWorks, not to become a teacher but more so to deepen her practice and understanding of yoga. She fiercely fell in love with the different aspects of yoga and devoted another 300 hours to YogaWorks’ professional teacher training program with mentor Kia Miller. Stephanie is always looking to expand her knowledge of yoga.
Being the most famous of French Polynesia’s Leeward islands, Bora Bora is the quintessential tropical paradise. Volcanic in origin, it is surrounded by sand-fringed motus (small islets) on an outer coral reef that encloses a turquoise lagoon. With only one navigable pass, the crystal-clear lagoon is calm, warm, and relatively shallow. At 727 meters (2,385 feet), Otemanu mountain towers over the main island. Next to it, the more rounded Pahia mountain stands at 658 meters (2,159 feet).
Settled by Polynesians around AD 900, French Polynesia was discovered by Europeans in the 16th century. For centuries, the French and English vied for the possession of Tahiti and its archipelago. A French colony since 1884, Bora Bora became an overseas territory in 1946. Its unequalled beauty has drawn artists and writers, perhaps most famously, author James A. Michener declared it the most beautiful island in the world. Today, most of Bora Bora’s 4,650 inhabitants live on a thin, flat coastal strip, many around the small port of Vaitape.
Heiva, French Polynesia's most important festival, is celebrated in a flamboyant display of traditional costumes, dance, music, crafts, and sports in summer. While the main event is in Papeete, each of the five archipelagos holds events to display their distinctive traditions, beginning at the end of June and carrying on through most of July.
A major annual sports event in winter of Bora Bora is Hawaiki Nui Va'a, a French Polynesia's outrigger canoe race. For three days, over a hundred traditional canoes race between Huahine and Bora Bora, cheered on by supporters in boats in close proximity. The excitement peaks at the finish line, where spectators welcome the winners with music and dance.
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Enjoy a luxurious buffet spread each morning at the Tere Nui restaurant where you can treat yourself to fresh baked goods such as croissants, chocolate croissants, baguette, brioche, etc. and healthy juices and smoothies, omelette bar, yogurts with granola, and fresh tropical fruits, oatmeal, cereals, etc.
There will be three festive dinners hosted at either the Arii Moana restaurant or Fare Hoa beach bar. You can also plan a meal on your private deck or be adventurous and explore the local restaurants on the main island.
Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora's holistic, award-winning spa, and healing center restore body and mind with signature therapies utilizing Bora Bora's many natural resources. You can treat yourself to a relaxing massage or other spa treatment in the privacy of your bungalow during the retreat. The operation time of spa facilities are from 08:00 to 20:00 and spa treatments are from 9:00 to 19:00.
Pamper yourself with treatments that incorporate the natural ingredients of French Polynesia such as monoi, tamanu, kahaia, and vanilla. Arrive early and relax in one of lounges separated for female and male guests. Feel free to visit the steam room, outdoor vitality pool, sensory shower, or drench shower. Nestled at the edge of the lagoon and surrounded by tropical groves, the spa features breathtaking views of the pristine Pacific Ocean.
Please book your flight to arrive at Faa'a International Airport (PPT) in Papeete, Tahiti and then 45-minute domestic flight to Bora Bora Mote Mute Airport (BOB). Transfer from and to Bora Bora Mote Mute Airport (BOB) is included. Steph Crochet Yoga will pick you up from the airport.