A whole week for you to develop awareness of your chakra system through the powerful teachings of yoga.
From the groundings to the connection with the Divine.
It is believed that yoga was originally created around the chakra system with the purpose of bringing more harmony to the energetic body. The chakras, Sanskrit for wheels, first appeared in the ancient Hindu texts commonly known as the Vedas.
During our stay in Ibiza, we will go through the opening and balancing of each and every one of the chakras, with the help of specific yoga poses and mantras.
Ibiza, the magical island.
But that’s not it! Ibiza is one of the most magical places on the planet, and with 7 full days on the island, there will be time to explore all corners of it.
We will be taking in the Mediterranean Sea breeze while practising different water sports, such as kayaking, diving (both for beginners and experienced practitioners!), or SUP yoga.
Sightseeing will include exploring unique spots in Ibiza (especially dedicated to yogis!), as well as its beaches and its world-famous sunset.
Every morning before breakfast, Anna will guide you through a 2-hour Vinyasa yoga flow focused on a specific chakra, starting from the Root Chakra (Muladhara) to the Crown Chakra (Sahasrara).
We will also explore the basics of Acro Yoga with 2 dedicated workshops in the evenings.I
biza is one of the most famous islands in the world! It is a purely Mediterranean island on the east of the Spanish Peninsula. Its 572 km2 offer a whole world of diversity to enjoy the sun, the beach, its culture and its landscape.
The capital, Eivissa, is full of narrow streets and beautiful buildings, such as the fortification, the Castle and the Cathedral, and the old town (Dalt Vila) has been declared a World Heritage Site. Dalt Vila’s historic centre is today an outdoor museum, with plenty of handicrafts shops, art galleries and restaurants all along this area.
With 18km of sandy beaches and pristine blue waters, the island’s coastline is amazing to practise water sports or to hike on its coastal paths. Many beaches, like Cala Comte, are located in incomparable natural areas where watching the sunset from has become a local must-do.