BodyHoliday unveils spring yoga retreat programme

BodyHoliday unveils spring yoga retreat programme

BodyHoliday, a health and wellness resort in St. Lucia, will host a series of yoga retreats, this February and March, designed for yogis and yoga lovers of all levels of ability, to leave guests feeling re-energised and rejuvenated.

Ayurvedic medicine, one of the oldest holistic healing treatments, sits at the heart of all BodyHoliday’s retreats.

Ayurveda is based on the belief that optimum health and wellness is achieved through a delicate balance between the body, mind and soul.

The seven-day retreats will run February 23rd-March 2nd and March 30th-April 6th, covering a range of styles of Yoga, including Hatha Vinyasa, Sivananda, Ashtanga and Yoga Nidra, for guests of all abilities.

The retreat will be hosted by Hollie Bailey, BodyHoliday’s retreat specialist and wellness advisor, who specialises in Vinyasa Flow.

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Bailey will guide guests through their journey, with daily workshops that focus on a deeper understanding of correct breathing, Yoga philosophy, meditation and yogic food classification, addressing correct posture and good diet for maximum physical and mental benefit. 

Guests will experience improved flexibility, muscle tone and strength, improved posture and a deeper knowledge of the many aspects of the world of Yoga.

The retreats will be hosted at Villa Firefly, a five-bedroom, two suite luxury villa, nestled in the tropical gardens of the resort overlooking the Caribbean Sea. 

The villa has capacity for up to ten guests and there is also the option of the privacy of a hotel room adjacent to the villa.

The retreat at Villa Firefly can host a maximum of 12 participants per retreat, ensuring an intimate and personalised experience for friends or couples holidaying together.

Located on the North West of the Caribbean island of St. Lucia the resort is set in tropical gardens on the beachfront, BodyHoliday offers an extensive programme of classes and activities, including training with Olympic athletes, quadrathlons and assault courses.