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Come to our tropical island paradise, where you'll make lasting friendships, share amazing experiences and deepen your yoga practice. The only thing better than having an incredible holiday is being able to share it with others. With beachfront yoga, organic farm-to-table meals and amazing add-on activities like Kite Surfing, Fitness Classes, Flying Trapeze and Surfing, you'll want to stay forever. Join one of our multi-level yoga retreats on one of the Caribbean's most breathtaking islands for a truly transformative yoga experience!
The maximum participants in the group is 15.
Choose between a double or a single room at eXtreme Hotel Cabarete, one of the leading ecologically sustainable small hotels in the Caribbean.
Practice in a peaceful beachside yoga space that features a natural cana roof, gorgeous ocean views, lots of light, and cool Caribbean breezes. Enjoy an in depth yoga session designed for both beginners and advanced yogis. The yoga practices are typically Hatha or Vinyasa, with a focus on strength, alignment, and flexibility. Some teachers might include other styles of yoga such as, Ashtanga, Iyengar, Yin, Kundalini, or Tantra classes. Be ready to improve your concentration, increase your energy and boost your motivation!
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.
Marisa has studied yoga for more than 10 years, including lineages such as Ashtanga, Iyengar, Para, Tantra, Dharma, and many others. The exposure to so many types of yoga has helped her form a unique teaching style, which focuses on strength, alignment, and breath, but most importantly about finding the path of ease and doing what is right for your body.
This retreat will take place at Cabarete, a small, laid-back Caribbean beach village. With its charming, hip ambience, and a combination of relaxed and adventurous lifestyles, most visitors can barely resist the spontaneous temptation of extending their stay. Cabarete is best known as one of the world’s meccas for kiteboarding. The sport is popular here due to the consistent winds nearly year round, so it’s one of the best places to learn, practice and perfect the sports. Depending on your desires you might be kiting, surfing, learning the trapeze or taking fitness classes. There are also one-off activities such as visiting the 27 waterfalls, white water rafting, horseback riding, stand up paddle tours, massages, and more, all of which you can schedule upon your arrival.
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During this retreat, you will enjoy organic, natural, and farm fresh breakfasts and dinners supplied by Taino organic farm. Menus are carefully planned to provide fuel and energy to your body to keep it running at its top level. In case of food allergies, you will need to advise The Yoga Loft so arrangements can be made to accommodate special dietary needs. Please note that the meals that are not mentioned will be on your own.
Relax and enjoy a professional massage from Thai, Swiss to deep tissue. Help heal your body from the aches and pains that extreme sports can deliver.
There are four airports that you could fly into in Dominican Republic.
Puerto Plata airport (POP) is a local airport that would get you closer to the retreat centre. If you want to fly into here you’ll have to book your international flight into Santo Domingo airport (SDQ) or Punta Cana airport (PUJ) and get a connecting plane to Puerto Plata airport (POP). The taxi transfer takes 30 minutes and costs 35 USD.
Santiago International Airport (STI). Flights are frequently more expensive than into Santo Domingo (SDQ) or Punta Cana (POP) airports. The transfer takes 1.5 hours and costs 100 USD.
Santo Domingo airport (SDQ). For budget travellers, the local bus transfer takes approximately 4 hours and cost 20 USD per person. The taxi transfer takes 4 hours and costs 200 USD.
Punta Cana airport (PUJ). 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. The taxi transfer takes 7 hours and costs 400 USD.