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Yoga Retreats May Be A Passionate
Vacation Choice For You

Passion for yoga?

Take a vacation that comes back with you...and not just on a credit card bill.


Kingman, AZ (PRWEB) December 3, 2004 -- Whether you've been doing yoga for years or just began recently, the time to go deeper may be here. Whether you teach others in a local class or practice alone in your own living space, you can take it higher. You can make it a vacation that you can take home with you. A yoga retreat vacation works from the inside out. And the wonderful feeling lasts longer. The return airporttrek and the first visit with your boss can't take it away from you.

"Yoga retreats are awaiting you around the world," says Adam Longfellow of "We have compiled a list of some highly recommended ones all over the globe. (// You can stay in a variety of places in the U.S. or wander to Bali or Costa Rica or India." You may want to just stay a few days to get away and get refreshed. Or you may choose to stay a few weeks to return to your world at another level. To enjoy a full vacation, think about yoga retreats that focus on your mind and spirituality. Some give you plenty of free time and a location that bodes well for sight-seeing or doing absolutely nothing at all. The choice is yours.

If you are concerned about costs, there are yoga retreats for most budgets. You can spend fifty dollars a day and you can spend thousands. The yoga itself can be the center of your time or just a framework for a vacation. Any combination you choose, you will come back in better shape. Both mind and body.

Personal recommendations of a yoga retreat are always best, but if you can't find those in your network of friends, you can browse online and do some research. You may get a feeling from the website, the text and the photos. An unprofessional website or one that gives a negative feeling probably isn't going to represent a yoga retreat that is for you.

You also need to know what you looking to get out of it. Do you want more isolation with a reclusive and intense program? Or do you want to just have fun while learning more about yoga?

Location should factor in your choice. If you don't like the sun, a Mexican yoga retreat probably isn't for you. If humidity makes you uncomfortable, a Caribbean yoga retreat isn't for you. You may choose to go into the mountains instead. And of course, if you don't like the cold or snow, stay out of the mountains.

Whatever your choice, prepare for an intense yet playful vacation. Prepare to be relaxed and be reenergized. Prepare yourself for a yoga retreat., online since 2000 and based in Arizona (US), lists all kinds of lodging, from motels to yoga retreats and luxury hotels, from primitive campgrounds to bed and breakfasts, haunted hotels and spa resorts. AllStays also links directly to official websites to make sure you have the real scoop on the latest and most accurate information from around the world.

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8824 Ironwood Drive
Kingman, AZ 86401
Phone (928) 727-1312

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