Experience a Holistic Yoga Retreat at Le Meridien Chiang Rai

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Wednesday, 11 February 2009

Le Mridien Chiang Rai Resort, a riverside resort in the north of Thailand, is offering travellers the chance to participate in a seven day yoga retreat designed to relax the mind and improve overall health and vitality.

The program will take place on 13th 19th March 2009, under the expert guidance of yoga master John Dunbar.

Guests will learn a series of breathing techniques, gentle stretching exercises and bending postures. The transformative yoga retreat is suitable for all levels of yoga practitioners and focuses on posture, breathing, relaxation, mediation and diet.

The retreat will include daily spa treatments in the resorts Parvati Spa, a riverside wellness centre dedicated to providing the finest treatments and personalized service. Yoga and spa treatments will be complimented by a diet of healthy cuisine prepared by an internationally renowned chef.

Yoga master, John Dunbar has studied, taught and practiced yoga for over a decade.

His journey began at the Sivananda Ashram in the Bahamas before expanded his knowledge at various ashrams and yoga centres in America.

He further enriched his practice in India, visiting numerous yoga masters who trained him in advanced posture, breathing and meditation techniques.

Today, he continues to pursue further knowledge and regularly attends seminars and training session around the world.

The retreats daily schedule includes:

07:00 Meditation
08:00 Hatha yoga class
10:00 Breakfast
12:00 13:15 Spa treatment
13:30 Light lunch
14:30 15:45 Spa treatment
16:00 Hatha yoga class
19:30 Dinner

If you are new to yoga, this is the perfect opportunity to uncover its secrets and enjoy a new perspective on life. Surrounded by the natural beauty of Le Mridien Chiang Rai Resort in the heart of northern Thailand, the six day yoga retreat promises to enrich, inspire and inform.

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