Yoga and the 5 Elements in the Amalfi Coast of Italy
Inhale ... exhale ... and breathe in the beauty of southern Italy‘s most legendary and romantic coastline with a seven day Yoga holiday at San Francesco Relais, a renovated sixteenth-century Franciscan convent located close to the beautiful cliff top town of Sorrento, the gateway to the stunning Amalfi Coast.
Type of Event
Arrival date on Saturday 28 May
Programme end on evening of Friday 3 June
Departure date on Saturday 4 June
595 Euros for 7 nights accommodation in a shared room at San Francesco Relais inclusive of breakfast, lunch and dinner
300 Euros for 7 day Yoga programme inclusive of 2 times daily asana, pranayama and meditation
Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space – everything in nature including ourselves, is made up of these five basic elements which form the foundation of all Yoga practice and Ayurveda.
Surrounded by the dramatic and breathtaking natural landscape of the Amalfi Coast, explore in detail each of these 5 elements during your daily yoga practice of asana, pranayama and meditation and learn to honour the intrinsic connection between nature and your body, mind and soul.
Daily sunrise and sunset Yoga practice at San Francesco Relais - a renovated sixteenth-century Franciscan convent located in an ancient fishing village in the Monti Lattari Natural Reserve just 4 km away from Sorrento.
A perfect location for your yoga practice, it is a place of peace and tranquillity with plenty of open space for relaxation, including a garden bordered by lemon groves and a stunning open terrace overlooking the sea.
Walking on ancient paths, you can reach the highly popular picturesque coastal town of Sorrento and the largely undiscovered jewel of the Sorrentine Penin- sula, Massa Lubrense. A network of rambling trails wind their way through olive and citrus groves giving way to panoramic views of the Bay of Naples before leading back down to charming small fishing villages.
For those special day-trips, frequent ferries depart for Capri, Positano and Amalfi from the small nearby harbour.