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Join us for a destination Yoga & Wellness Retreat to reflect on 2016, set intentions for 2017 and jump start those inner-life resolutions. Unplug and unwind surrounded by the beauty and simplicity of Cabarete, Dominican Republic.
The maximum participants in the group is 15.
The eXtreme Hotel Cabarete is one of the leading ecologically sustainable small hotels in the Caribbean. Extreme is more than just an adventure sports and fitness hotel, it is a place where the values of sustainable and ecological tourism are forefront, the community is thriving, and the key words are evolution and fun. Voted number two on Trip Advisor in Cabarete, the eXtreme Hotel is the perfect place to meet amazing people and have an incredible holiday in tropical paradise.
Perched on the second floor overlooking the ocean is the magnificent and tranquil yoga loft. Services and amenities include various classes, yoga mats, yoga blocks, and other useful equipment. It’s a quiet and peaceful place with a beautiful canna roof where you can find your inner chi.
It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or a seasoned yogi, our friendly and helpful instructors will give you a yoga workout that is both fun, enjoyable, and relaxing, with the gentle lapping waves in the background. Combine a yoga class with a cross fit class, personal training session, kite boarding session, or surfing and you’ll have a well-rounded day followed by a deep sleep.
Pack an abundance of curiosity, love and bathing suits. Your time will be spent exploring, swimming in the ocean, eating delicious food straight from our very own organic farm and creating a calm, focused plan for 2017. Your practice will include invigorating vinyasa flows, restorative, yin yoga and meditations – as well as learning how to cultivate Ayurvedic awareness. You will learn how to integrate these teachings in order to live a more balanced life, filled gratitude and kindness.
This half day experience will teach you about aquaponics and sustainable agriculture, as well as get you into the local culture of rural Dominican Republic. The Taino organic farm grows a variety of fruit, vegetables, and super foods which you’ll be able to taste fresh off the trees during your tour.
After the farm tour, be ready to head down to the beautiful Yasica River. The cooling fresh waters will be your guide as you float peacefully downstream from 1 to 2 hours. Adventurists are invited to scramble up a jungle side cliff and jump from an overhanging tree into the crystal waters below. Afterwards you’ll enjoy a lunch prepared from fresh organic produce.
Sophia is a yoga teacher and world traveler. Originally from England, she completed her first teacher training in 2014 and has been traveling and teaching ever since. Completing her 500 hour training in Bali and also becoming a qualified SUP yoga and experienced AcroYoga teacher. Sophia is also a professional photographer and loves to combine her passion for yoga and photography. You can check out her amazing photos on Instagram – @barefoot_wandering and @sophiachristie.
Due to the active, modern community who frequents Cabarete, the town is full of healthy eating options, ecological businesses, and sustainable tourism. Cabarete is home to a lively international community that supports local development through private business operations and NGO’s.
The center of Cabarete is full of international restaurants, bars, live music venues, and much more. The surrounding areas are full of amazing nature, outdoor adventures, and natural beauty to be discovered.
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The Yoga Loft believes that how you feed your body is as much of a part of a yogic life as breathing. The food served during this retreat is made from organic, natural, farm fresh, and unaltered ingredients. The Yoga Loft are very lucky to be supplied by their own Taino organic farm.
The menus have been carefully planned to provide fuel and energy to keep you exploring - all under the guide of Ayurvedic Principles. every bit of food is prepared with love and is to be enjoyed with just as much zealous pleasure as that with which it was created.
Please let The Yoga Loft know if you have any dietary restrictions. They can cater to vegetarians and those on gluten and lactose restricted diets, however they unfortunately don’t have the ability to cater to vegans or raw foodies at this time.
Relax and enjoy a professional massage. You can choose from Thai, Swiss, and deep tissue massage. The massage room is right next to the yoga loft to help heal your body from the aches and pains. Multiple types of massages available.
The Yoga Loft has four airports that you could fly into. Each one has its own pluses and minuses, so they like to leave guests to decide what works best to balance their budget and travel style.
Gregorio Luperón International Airport (POP) is about 30 minutes away, and a 35 USD taxi ride (taxi seats four). It is a local airport but it is as close as you could possibly get to Extreme Hotel, so if you want to fly into here you’ll have to book your international flight into Santo Dominigo or Punta Cana and get a small connecting plane to Puerto Plata.
Cibao International Airport (STI) is one and a half hours away, and about 100 USD by taxi. It is an international airport, however flights are frequently more expensive into Santiago than into Santo Domingo or Punta Cana.
Las Américas International Airport (SDQ) is four hours away, and is about a 200 USD taxi from Extreme. There are a lot of international flights to Santo Domingo, and coming from Santo Domingo you also have the option of taking the local bus (about 20 USD) instead of a taxi. This is a good option for budget travelers.
Punta Cana International Airport is seven hours away and is a 400 USD taxi ride. The downside of Punta Cana is both the distance and the expense, but the upside is that it is one of the nicest airports in the Caribbean due to the large number of private flights that arrive there, so if you are nervous about flying, Punta Cana might be a good option for you. Also Punta Cana is a resort city, so there are frequently flight deals to there that might offset the taxi ride if you’re sharing the fare.