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Yoga Vacation On The Greek Island of Paros

IMG_6584_resizedWe are going back to Greece in 2017! Come join author, yoga & meditation teacher and mentor Bram Levinson on this 10-day retreat to the stunning island of Paros in the Cycladic Greek islands. Start your day off with a 90-minute yoga practice to set the tone for the day ahead, then spend the rest of the day as you choose: laze around the beach or poolside, take advantage of optional Greek cooking classes, or simply wander the island to soak up all of its natural beauty.

We’ll be staying at a warm and welcoming family-run hotel, overwhelmingly rated as “Excellent” by TripAdvisor users, and minutes away from the beach. All rooms are newly renovated, spacious and sunny, with large balconies and stunning views of the sea and the typically Cycladic houses. In keeping with their environmental concerns, the hotel does everything from donate organic waste to farmers to cut electricity costs by sun-drying laundry. Recycling initiatives are in place, as are solar panels used to heat their hot water. Best of all, we’ll be fed mouth-watering, vegetarian-optional food prepared with love by our friend and loved one, Stella.

Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this exciting adventure and discover a new home away from home!

September 9-19, 2017

Single occupation – $1950 + taxes*

Double occupation – $1550 + taxes*

*Included in price – 7-hour boat tour around Paros, room, daily breakfast and dinner, all yoga classes. Flights and other modes of transport to the island are not included.

*$100 discount available for all students who have previously attended a yoga vacation with Bram.

Hotel Facilities

Fresh Water Pool – Sunbeds – Beach Towels – Beach Umbrellas – Safe Box – Wake-Up Service – Internet Point – Wifi – Parking – Laundry Service – Massage – Hairdresser – Cooking Classes

To register or for more information, contact Bram Levinson at bram.levinson@gmail.com.

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