Yoga in Calabria
Calabria is an enchanted region in Southern Italy, often referred to as the “toe’ of the Italian boot. Calabria provides an ideal backdrop for yoga enthusiasts to connect with their practice and to Mother Nature; with its breathtaking landscapes, picturesque coastal towns, and idyllic countryside it is a perfect scenario to allow connection of mind, body and soul.
Calabria’s natural beauty allows for unforgettable outdoor yoga experiences; from the golden sandy beaches along the Tyrrhenian and Ionian coasts to the tranquil mountains of three unique National Parks: the Sila, the Pollino and the Aspromonte. Not to be forgotten is the Regional Park: the Serre, with its diverse forest and waterfalls.
Imagine unrolling your mat and practice yoga amidst breathtaking scenery. Seek out secluded coves, hilltops, or peaceful parks for a truly immersive yoga session in nature.
Calabria, with its breathtaking landscapes, offers a haven for yoga practitioners seeking tranquillity and natural beauty. Whether you choose to join a yoga retreat amidst olive groves, practice in welcoming yoga studios, or immerse yourself in outdoor sessions amidst picturesque surroundings, Calabria provides an enchanting backdrop for your yoga journey. Soothe your soul, deepen your practice, and embrace the serenity that this stunning region of Southern Italy has to offer.
Q: Can beginners join yoga retreats in Calabria?
A: Absolutely! Many yoga retreats in Calabria cater to practitioners of all levels, including beginners. These retreats provide a supportive environment for newcomers to deepen their practice and enjoy the serene surroundings.
Q: Are there English-speaking yoga instructors in Calabria?
A: Yes, you can find a few yoga instructors who speak English across Calabria. Check out the “events” tab for our Yoga retreats and yoga classes.
Q: What is the best time to visit Calabria for a yoga retreat?
A: The best time to visit Calabria for a yoga retreat is during Spring (April to June) and Autumn (September to October) seasons when the weather is pleasant and the tourist crowds are thinner.