yoga practices in Sri Lanka

Exploit this tropical island and immerse yourself in yoga practices in Sri Lanka

Instant gratification and lasting transformation by yoga

Yoga can change your physical and mental capacity swiftly while it prepares the mind for the long run. The physical postures of yoga cleanse the body through the increased and improved flow of blood, oxygen and energy to our tissues, muscles and organs. The endless yoga poses compress and massages the muscle tissue and organs enhancing the blood movement flushing away the toxins and bringing in oxygenated blood. When engaging in more energetic postures, heat is generated and through excessive sweating, more toxins are released. Yoga is not only about your physical change it also prepares the mind and increases the mental capacity for long term health.

This small tropical island is also known as the pearl of the Indian Ocean has rapidly become a popular tourist hot spot for holidaymakers. With the wild turquoise beaches and endless borders lined with palm trees providing the perfect waves for surfers, especially in places like Weligama, Arugam Bay, Tangalle and Mirissa. Places like Kalpitiya is better for kitesurfing. You can practice yoga with the sea breeze in your hair, the serene view of the beach just a few steps away while listening to the roar of the sea.

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The hills of Sri Lanka has been landscaped with tea since the 19th century. The journey to the hill country is a blend of beautifully swirling lines of endless tea plantations covering the rolling hills and gushing waterfalls from mist-shrouded mountains peppered with giant trees. This verdant and lush upcountry heals the souls of city slickers instantly. Ella and Kandy are the most popular locations and many yoga retreats from luxury retreats in breathtaking locations to daily drop-in classes are located here.

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Some of the best, most creative food is made with numerous spices, passionate and vibrant ingredients writing the culture and history of Sri Lanka in every meal. These distinct flavours are created with exotic spices which are a blended mix of herbs collected from all corners of the country. Sri Lanka is a treasure trove of ancient medicine also known as Ayurveda. Ayurveda and yoga are two peas in a pod combined with many practices and philosophies. Sri Lanka is one of the best countries in the world to experience both of these practices. Places like Kandy, Ella and Mirissa are well-renowned places to practice yoga and the art of Ayurveda.

Sri Lanka has a well established international airport with direct flights from Colombo to over a dozen countries worldwide. Once you get down in the country the in-country transport is cheap, reliable and safe with a sprawling network of trains, fleets of tuk-tuks, brand new highways connecting all corners of the country and also domestic taxi servicers from cast to coast.