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This year I’m running two Yoga Holiday with Paul retreats, from 24 June – 1 July in the Algarve and in Turkey from 5-12 September.

About half the students on last year’s retreat were returning students so it made sense to open up another week and another opportunity for yogis to share the Yoga Holiday with Paul experience.

To reserve your place or for more information email: YogaHolidayWithPaul@gmail.com

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Returning students know and love the mix of activities and yoga styles on the retreat. If you are thinking about joining one of our holidays for the first time, though, here are four tips to help you make the most of it.

  1. Be Open. Attending a week-long yoga retreat is completely different from a week of regular practice – that’s the whole point. Approach it with an open mind and heart, and be willing to try new things.
  2. Don’t Worry. Our group ranges from dedicated yogis to absolute beginners who have never done a hot yoga class, so wherever you are in your practice, you won’t be alone. We’re a small group so I have plenty of time to work with each student individually in the course of the sessions, tailoring them to individual needs and levels.
  3. Bring a beach towel (and a book, and dancing shoes). The retreats are designed to leave you plenty of time to chill, read, rest, socialise and play. We typically go out once or twice in the course of the week, take trips to the beach and hang out by the pool. It’s called yoga holiday for a reason!
  4. Ditch the diet. We have brilliant vegetarian caterers who serve up fresh, delicious food. The idea is to show how you can have a wonderful, nourishing diet that keeps you at your optimum weight and health without ever having to “go on a diet”. The retreat is a great chance to relax, let someone else do the cooking, and enjoy the fabulous flavours of clean food.

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To reserve your place or for more information email: YogaHolidayWithPaul@gmail.com

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