Company Yoga Escapes has opened bookings for a fantastic luxury yoga retreat in the exclusive sunny beach town of El Gouna, Egypt.From the 2nd – 9th March 2013, guests will be treated to a 5-star hotel with a private beach and a luxurious spa. Daily yoga classes will be held by the sea, providing the ultimate scenery for relaxation and therapeutic yoga.
All yoga levels are welcome, and classes are modified accordingly so participants can practice at their own pace.
As El Gouna is the Red Sea’s premier leisure destination, guests will also have the opportunity to enjoy the range of activities it has to offer.
With two yoga classes a day, the rest of the time is free for guests to enjoy diving, kite surfing, golfing, shopping or even just exploring the scenic marina town located near the hotel.
This is primarily a yoga retreat in Egypt, but it is also meant to be a real holiday. Unlike many ashram yoga retreats, no one feels guilty for sleeping in or having a glass of wine with dinner.
Yoga Escapes believes strongly in combining yoga, culture and luxury on its holidays, and caters to people interested in learning and integrating with the culture of the holiday destination beyond the resort.
Director of Yoga Escapes, Laura Bianchini says: "We always try to find idyllic settings in charming locations for all our yoga retreats, with a good balance of cultural stimulation, personal time and relaxation, activities, and top service. El Gouna is a sophisticated town with an international upscale community, and at the same time offers the perfect natural setting for a peaceful yoga escape. The best of both worlds."
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