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Freeing the body - yoga holiday in Turkey

A real treat for your body, mind and spirit with two yoga sessions a day, the opportunity for nourishing treatments such as Thai Yoga Massage, Aroma Therapy or Ayurvedic Foot Treatments, the most delicious fresh vegetarian food and the unspoilt beauty of nature at Suleyman’s Garden offering the perfect setting to unwind, relax and revitalise.

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Suleyman's Garden Yoga Retreat
Average: 5.0 of 5 stars

2 Reviews

Orta Mahallesi, Uzunyurt/Faralya TR 48300
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Type of Event

  • Retreat

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When

Oct 12 to
Oct 19
2015
12:00 pmto12:00 pm

Travel days are Monday to Monday.

Price

£655

£755 - single accommodation
£655 if sharing, double bed or some twins
£545 non-yoga partners (welcome to join)

Some en-suite accommodation available, please get in touch to enquire about additional cost.

Full Description

"Practice transforms us. We need to eat become more beautiful, our faces change and our walk gains in elasticity. A different life begins and the body expresses a happiness never felt before." (from 'Awakening the Spine' by Vanda Scaravelli)

The rest of the day is free to relax, enjoy the pool or nearby cove, chill at the beach, go walking in the shade of the pine forest or along the dramatic coastline, visit ancient sites or pursue other activities such as canoeing, riding or paragliding. On one of the days there will be no yoga, so we can take a trip to a wonderful and completely secluded spring water beach (optional). Non-yoga partners are also welcome to join us.

What last year’s participants said:

"Food is perfect - healthy and so fresh. The location is pure paradise."
"Fairlie's classes exceeded my expectations in challenging my habitual ways of thinking and practicing and I've come away inspired. Kat's teaching is very mindful and draws on a great breadth of yoga experiences and teachings."
"Now that the sights, sounds, whiffs and delicious tastes of that very lovely off the beaten track part of Turkey have started to subside the cosmic feel good factor I'm not talking about the aftereffects of the stiff Pimms and lemonade that I've just downed. What a lovely experience to have had - meeting everyone and being there in such a haven of Suleyman's Gardens."
"I honestly can’t recall a holiday that’s had so much internal push and pull and emotional connection as this one. I still feel like I’m processing all kinds of a good way."
Katrin believes yoga is a never-ending exploration of the body and mind, and a way of discovering the beauty of life. As we bring the awareness to what is happening inside and where we are in the present moment, the body is encouraged to release where it is holding. Her relaxed and fun approach makes the practice accessible to everyone. She is mostly influenced by Hatha, Scaravelli and Sivananda traditions of yoga.

For Fairlie yoga is about connecting with the inherent wisdom of the body. Her yoga classes are an invitation to play with sensations of gravity, freeing the breath and awakening the spine, exploring openings and connections that our ‘normal’ movement and postural habits may not have allowed before. This different way of working with the body leads to a different experience of your being. You will be encouraged to work attentively and deeply and to experience the wonderful freedom of a mind and body at play, whether you are interested in learning the Scaravelli Inspired approach to yoga or simply looking to deepen your practice. Since 2003 she has followed the approach of the great teachers who were themselves students of Vanda Scaravelli: Diane Long, Sophy Hoare, John Stirk and others.