18 May 2021
Get more from your all inclusive – 4 ways a yoga break will leave you truly recharged
The hum of traffic surrounds you. The heat of the city is inescapable and you’re struggling to read your map because of the glare of the sun.
“I’ve got three more sites to see today” you think as you head off to the Colosseum.
“Then I can have a break and relax with a pizza and a beer” that’s odd, you think.
You came away on holiday to relax but instead you’re all stressed out and looking forward to the end of the day. You might as well be back at work.
“This isn’t a very relaxing holiday” you say aloud, maybe you should have gone on that yoga break instead.
A calm retreat of like-minded individuals all wanting to truly switch off from the world and recharge. No barrelling around Rome or Paris, but a secluded yoga holiday in the hills. Now that sounds relaxing.
Yoga breaks can be truly life changing experiences and they don’t cost an arm or a leg either. If you’re looking for something different to your standard all inclusive you should consider a yoga holiday with friends or your partner.
If you’re still unconvinced about the benefits of a yoga break we’ve listed the 4 ways a yoga holiday will leave you truly recharged below.
You don’t need to worry about trips to the supermarket
There’s no denying that sometimes it’s nice to go self catered on a holiday. You can pop to the shops like a local, cook up a storm in your self-catered rental and really feel like a local.
Whilst this is fun if you’re in the mood to go hunting for food it can also be a really stressful experience. If you want your holiday to be a relaxing experience and stress free adventure then a yoga holiday might be a better fit for you.
Yogalife retreats are all inclusive. That means all your catering needs are looked after. You don’t have to think about cooking at the end of the day (After all the yoga you’ll be doing, why would you want to cook). You can focus on resting, recharging, and working on your yoga game.
You’ll detoxify and glow from the inside out
A yoga retreat isn’t a party holiday, far from it. It’s a chance to give yourself and your body a break from alcohol and focus on eating balanced, healthy, plant-based meals.
A week or two in Ibiza might be fun but you’ll probably leave more frazzled than when you arrived. Yoga breaks have the opposite effect on their guests. Allowing your body a chance to detox, repair, and heal will have you leaving your yoga retreat a glowing beacon of calm.
You’re with a collective of like-minded yoga lovers
Hectic crowds, boozy parties, chanting. All can be par for the course on a normal beach holiday. Even a sophisticated city break could see you harassed by pushy market sellers, congested traffic, and frantic crowds.
For a truly recharging holiday it’s best to get out of the cities and tourist resorts and to a yoga retreat you can enjoy with other like minded individuals. That way you can rest easy in the knowledge that you’re surrounded by friends and peers all working towards the same goal. A relaxing, transformative holiday.
You’ll get to experience some truly unspoilt beauty spots
You can’t have a yoga break in the middle of a packed city or on a beach full of tourists. Yoga holiday’s need calm. You want to be in a secluded, serene location where you can focus on yourself and yoga.
This means yoga retreats are often located off the beaten track, far away from tourist hotspots and in the parts of countries most foreigners won’t visit. This means you can see some real unspoilt natural beauty and relax in a calming location truly undisturbed.
Where will your next yoga holiday be?
As things start to open up again our trips away will become more and more likely so keep checking back with us for the latest information. If you need to get your yoga fix right now you can attend one of our studios in Cheshire. Book here.