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Yoga retreat Iceland

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NewYearNiki Sat 06-Jan-18 12:18:49

Does anyone know of any of been on any?

CoteDAzur Fri 12-Jan-18 21:55:03

I'd like to hear about it, too.

Wanderlusting99 Thu 08-Feb-18 17:19:39

Considering running one actually, it's an amazing place. What would you want from an Iceland retreat?

Didiusfalco Thu 08-Feb-18 17:26:27

That’s an interesting thought op. I would love to go to Iceland although worried about the cost. Is this the plan for your post redundancy holiday? (sorry, not stalking you, but was on your other thread)

NewYearNiki Sun 11-Feb-18 19:15:50

Yes it is post redundancy and big birthday.

From Iceland Id like midnight sun and geothermal springs and nature walks. Lots of outdoor activty and seeing the amazing scenery

RollerCoasterProteinSpill Sun 09-Sep-18 20:26:54

Did anything ever come to fruition? I love the sound of this!

Mercurial123 Tue 11-Sep-18 17:23:55

www.bookyogaretreats.com/all/d/europe/iceland?q=Iceland&search

there are some here but are expensive.

Isitovernow Sun 16-Sep-18 18:00:30

It's a shame so many yoga retreats are prohibitively expensive.

Mercurial123 Sun 16-Sep-18 18:47:20

Thailand is really good value for yoga retreats as is India. I'm doing a four day retreat in Chiang Rai. The cost is around $400 for four days though you can extend it. Living with the teacher and her dogs at her home. There's a maximum of four people. Can't wait.

AnduinsGirl Sun 16-Sep-18 18:51:29

I've just come back from an Icelandic holiday and it was just stunning. Need to return ASAP. Yoga isn't really my thing but would imagine Iceland a beautiful setting to practice it. Very expensive though - threre's no getting away from it. sad

Mercurial123 Sun 16-Sep-18 19:56:55

Iceland is much cheaper in winter at least for accommodation. We paid around £100 per night in a three star hotel with amazing views of the harbour in March. The price increased to £300 in August.

Mercurial123 Sun 16-Sep-18 20:11:09

That was in Reykjavik

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