Luxury yoga holiday: Easter 2019

 

 

Five fabulous days of yoga and meditation in the beautiful south of France

 

 

 

 

Stunning accommodation at Cinq & Sept guesthouse

 

 

 

 

Warmth, brotherhood and connection with a group of fellow yogis…

 

 

 

 

and/or space and solitude kicking back by the pool, exploring the region and unwinding

 

 

When? April 16-21, 2019

Where? Cinq & Sept clothing optional guesthouse (www.cinqetsept.com), between Bezier and Montpellier, southern France.

How much? €580-€730 per person (depending on the type of suite you choose)

Suitable for? 18+ men, whether you’re new to yoga or have a regular practice.

What’s included? Five nights’ accommodation (2 people sharing each suite – king-size or two single beds)
At least two yoga/meditation sessions per day – by the pool or on the beach (weather permitting)
First night three-course dinner (with wine) prepared by a local chef
Breakfast each morning.

The area: Cinq & Sept (www.cinqetsept.com) is set in a trditional wine-making village in the Languedoc region, ranked in the Top 10 Regions for 2018 by Lonely Planet. There are excellent restaurants and shops nearby, along with gay beaches, castles and Roman ruins galore, and historic cities. It’s also close to the famous naturist town/resort of Cap D’Agde.

More info:
about Cinq & Sept: www.cinqetsept.com
about the yoga holiday: www.cinqetsept.com/YogaWeek-16-4-19.pdf 
from Nickles: email altogether.yoga@gmail.com

To book: email Greg Taylor at info@cinqetsept.com

Holiday theme: Sense and Celebration.
The body is a remarkable thing. It can offer us a fantastic range of pleasures. But it’s all too easy to forget and lose touch with that as we’re bombarded with messages that tell us that it is (and we are) not good enough. So in this holiday we will focus on reconnecting with the physical joys of our skin, muscles and bones, and re-awakening our sensory awareness, aiming to lift the spirit and boost feelings of well-being. Our practice will include asana (postures/poses), pranayama (breath work) meditation/mindfulness and perhaps some massage.

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