With stunning locations in Morocco, Spain and more, our list of the world’s best yoga retreats are sure to offer you gentle escapes and life-changing experiences.
So roll up your mat, and get ready to unwind at these tranquil luxury yoga retreats.
ParadisPlage Yoga Holiday, Morocco
Located on a private beach overlooking the ocean, the yoga building at ParadisPlage is a stunning wooden marvel with glass windows that give you an unparalleled view of the blue sea.
The resort offers beginners yoga sessions as well as 3 daily yoga classes. In addition to group activities, you can also take part in a wide array of holistic activities from beach walks and circuit training to beach volleyball and water sports.
Yoga Breaks in Spain, Alicante
According to the WHO, Spain’s Costa Blanca region is known for having one of the best climates on Earth. It is here that the tiny boutique hotel of Yoga Breaks in Spain is located.
Not your usual strict, back-to-back yoga retreat, Yoga Breaks in Spain guests practice twice daily. The programs are suitable for beginners as well as intermediates, and are designed to open your body, loosen your joints and ease tensions.
Absolute Sanctuary Yoga, Thailand
The Absolute Sanctuary Yoga, up to 25 lessons take place each week in their charming studios, and guests are free to attend unlimited yoga classes here. Famed for its world-class spa amenities and indulgent therapies, the sanctuary also provides a range of disciplines – from Ashtanga to Vinyasa, and from Hatha Yoga to Pranayama.
If you are looking to detox, look no further than the resort’s superb restaurant which serves up delicious super-food creations to re-energise and refuel you inside and out.
Shreyas Yoga Retreat, India
Located in Bangalore, Shreyas Yoga Retreat is spread over 25 acres of landscaped gardens and is devoted to promoting the authentic spiritual tradition of yoga in a luxurious setting.
Apart from serving organic, vegetarian meals from ingredients that are freshly handpicked from the fields, the yoga retreat also utilizes natural resources by initiatives such as rain water harvesting, solar heating, Ayurvedic and medicinal herb plantations, organic farming and organic waste disposal on site.
Yoga Barn, Bali
In a place that confidently oozes yoga in all sorts of forms and styles, the Yoga Barn stands out. Located in Ubud, the retreat has been designed like a typical Indonesian barn that has mud walls and thatched roofs.
The Yoga Barn holds around eight classes every day with a variety of disciplines ranging from ecstatic dance to Yin yoga and Vinyasa flow.
Jason Vale Juice and Yoga retreats, Turkey
Owned by the celebrated self-styled juice master Jason Vale, the Jason Vale Juice and Yoga retreats has some excellent yoga teachers who believe in the importance of focusing on what you eat as a way of helping your yoga practice, especially the iconic beetroot juice.
The retreat visitors practice daily yoga, t’ai chi, meditation as well as some more conventional exercises such as hiking, swimming and circuits.
Big Sky Yoga Retreats, Montana
How about adding a little fun to your meditation? Montana’s Big Sky Yoga Retreats , a women-only yoga retreat stresses on outdoor fitness in Montana’s Big Sky Country.
The health and well-being resort combines unusual activities like horseback riding and yoga, meditating amidst the spectacular mountain scenery, and cross-country skiing and yoga in their different retreats. Big Sky Yoga Retreats also offers a program called Cowgirls vs. Cancer, featuring healing with horses and yoga for breast cancer survivors.
Parrot Cay Yoga Retreat, Turks & Caicos
The Parrot Cay Yoga Retreat boasts of one of the most spectacular scenic backdrop. Just imagine the joy of an all-encompassing spiritual experience with the daily yoga classes held on a private beach that faces the North Atlantic Ocean! Sounds idyllic, doesn’t it?
This retreat also offers an amazing spa experience and owns Japanese baths, an outdoor Jacuzzi garden and a very huge yoga studio.