Spend a week on the small Greek island of Anafi, in the heart of the Cyclades, immersing yourself in yoga practice and breathtaking views.
Away from the crowds of nearby Santorini, Anafi is a little known island with rocky landscapes and crystal blue sea.
Our accomodation will be on Klisidi hill, overlooking the Aegean sea and a walking distance to the nearest beach.
4 July - 11 July 2022
- 7-nights accomodation*
- 2 yoga classes per day (morning & evening, except on the boat trip day, and one morning for the Kalamos rock hike)
- 7 breakfasts and 5 dinners (vegetarian)
- one day boat trip around the island (lunch included)
- port/hotel arrival and departure transfers
* based on two people sharing - additional cost for single room applies
How to book
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Kristina on +32 497 105 784
How to get there
- first by plane to Santorini (nearest airport)
- then by boat (1 1/2 hours)
About the retreat
During this week we will use the precision of postures (asanas) to focus on different areas of our bodies. The practice of asana is not about doing the perfect posture. It’s about using postures to understand and transform ourselves.
The purpose of this workshop is to have the body and mind working together while doing a posture. To actually be in an asana and not trying to reach it.
To enjoy yoga no matter how flexible we are!
All levels are welcome. The retreat is limited to 15 participants.
The retreat starts in the evening of the first day (Monday July 4th), at 18:30 with the group welcome yoga session then dinner, and our yoga practice ends in the evening of the last full day (Sunday July 10th), as many ferries depart very early in the morning (Monday July 11th).
During the week, there are two daily yoga classes, one at 8:00 and another at 18:30, except on the day of the boat trip around the island, and one morning in order to be able to hike the Kalamos rock, Europe's second highest monolith after Gibraltar (with a breathtaking view!)
The morning classes are generally more dynamic, while the evening ones are more focused on restorative positions.