OMbiance Yoga & Photography Retreat Faroe Islands - July 8-15, 2017
Join us for a fun-filled yoga and photography retreat in the pristine Faroe Islands for 7 nights beginning Saturday, July 8th. Explore your creativity through movement while enjoying daily hatha and restorative yoga sessions, and guided photography excursions.
|$2,465||per person - shared occupancy (2 beds per room)|
|$3,075||per person - single occupancy|
Type of Event
Your OMbiance Yoga and Photography Retreat includes:
- 7 nights accommodation at Hotel Foroyar in Torshavn
- daily yoga sessions with certified instructor, Dr. Justina Law
- daily guided photography excursions with photographer, Johnathan Esper
- healthy meals - 7 breakfasts, 7 dinners
- airport transfers (to and from FAE Vagar Airport to Hotel Foroyar)
- airfare, gratuities, optional activities, and personal expenses are not included
Rates for OMbiance Yoga and Photography Retreat (8 days, 7 nights):
per person - shared occupancy (2 beds per room)
$2465 USD/$3255 CDN
per person - single occupancy
$3075 USD/$4060 CDN
Who is this retreat for?
Calling all yoga and photography enthusiasts and adventurers!
Are you an amateur photographer interested in developing your skills in shooting landscapes? Come!
Or perhaps you are interested in learning to shoot yoga models in landscapes? This retreat is for you!
Serious photographers, we've got your back. Johnathan will work with you to fine tune your skills to improve your images.
And of course, this retreat is for yogis! Beginning yogis, intermediate yogis, advanced yogis. Our mixed levels classes will allow you to start, or deepen your practice.
For those yogis interested in developing a yoga portfolio, you also have the opportunity to learn to model yoga poses for our photographers!
All of our classes and activities are optional. Come for the yoga, come for the photography, come for the adventure, come for all! We're easy like that :)
Where are the Faroe Islands?
The Faroe Islands are comprised of 18 volcanic islands, located between Iceland, Norway, and Scotland. Because of its' remote location, these islands are largely untouched, offering beautiful, pristine landscapes, waiting to be explored, and photographed. Hike up traditional Faroese pathways, and breathe in some of the cleanest air in the world.
There are two main routes to the Faroe Islands, via Reykjavik, Iceland, or Denmark (fly Atlantic Airways from Copenhagen, or sail with Smyril from the Hirtshals). If you need help planning your route, please let us know. We're happy to help!