Looking to not only to attend a fabulous yoga retreat to deepen your practice but to also have a holiday in an exotic location? Then consider Souljourn Yoga’s retreat to Cape Town (or one of their future retreats) and Pure Flow Yoga’s retreats in Koh Phangan, Thailand. What we love about these two special yoga retreats: each has an element for the attendees to “give back”!
Souljourn Yoga Retreat: Cape Town, South Africa
January 17-26, 2020
Join Mollie Mendoza, Sam Garrett, and the founder of Souljourn Yoga, Jordan Ashley in a stunning villa in Camps Bay to enjoy yoga every morning , delicious plant-based breakfast (made by Arabella of Eat to Thrive) and a fresh adventure from sea to safari. Saffa Tours will guide participants on a journey that encourages exploration, creativity, and serenity all against the backdrop of this beautiful coastal city.
This retreat partners with Lalela Project (a Zulu word that means to “listen”) that uses an arts curriculum to ignite imagination and teach children how to map and manifest their dreams and goals, launching the possibility of a different future for themselves and their communities in townships and inner city youths. The retreat participants will be volunteering with their Female Empowerment Program with three opportunities to create, connect, and be inspired by these amazing young women through art and movement.
About Souljourn Yoga
Souljourn Yoga Foundation is a US 501(c)3 non-profit inspired by seva, the Sanskrit word and yogic principle of selfless service. It raises awareness and funds for girls education in lesser economically developed countries (LEDCs) by teaming up with both local and international non-profits.
Currently, over 130 million girls around the world are denied an education, which also means they’re denied the chance to improve their overall health, income, quality of life, and the ability to empower themselves with endless opportunities. A girl with an education is also less likely to become a victim of violence and child marriage, which are two predominant issues that women face across the globe.
Pure Flow Yoga Retreats Oct 2019 through June 2020
Established in 2016, Pure Flow Yoga was born from a passion to meld three elements: Yoga, Nature and Community. Francie Fishman (the founder) and her team are dedicated to offer yoga and its benefits to people from all kinds of backgrounds. Pure Flow offers the practice of the Yoga Arts (asana, meditation, breath, mantra and music, dance, etc.).
Its retreats, located in Koh Phangan, Thailand, are inspiring, transformational, and empowering. Pure Flow Yoga also holds other classes and 200 hour yoga teacher trainings at the same location. Whether you are a total beginner or an advanced yogi, one can enjoy yoga, breath-taking location, and just “being”.
Pure Flow Yoga: Koh Phangan, Thailand
Come join one of Pure Flow Yoga retreats in Koh Phangan, Thailand, a magical location. With an average of 6-12 students max, These retreats offer personal attention and personal development with an element of fun!
One of Pure Flow Yoga’ retreat package includes sponsoring someone who is a yogi but can’t afford to attend a retreat plus a donation to a charity. Not only will you experience a great yoga retreat but contribute to a great cause and spread the love of yoga!
Francie Fishman, the inspired founder of the award-winning Pure Flow Yoga School, based in Koh Phangan, Thailand, is a passionate and free-spirited International Yoga Teacher, musician, entrepreneur, podcaster, writer, and community activator.
As a devoted practitioner and life-long student, Francie has studied thousands of hours with master teachers worldwide, and has curated and led more than 150 + Yoga Retreats, teacher trainings, workshops and programs. She has taught students from all walks of life.
What not to forget on a yoga holiday
You have your holiday booked for that fabulous yoga retreat. Here is a short list of items to bring along to assure your basic comfort!
- Light-weight foldable yoga mat
- Mosquito repellent
- Foldable water bottle
Enjoy the trip and don’t forget to download Nomad!
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