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10 of the Best Places In The World To Do Yoga

10 of the Best Places In The World To Do Yoga

We, humans, live in an age where many experience regular physical and mental stress. Body inactivity, past ailment, and genetic traits make our bodies lose flexibility and strength. Mild to chronic health problems are a possible consequence.

Yoga is one of the best ways to de-stress and rejuvenate the body to wellness and immunity. This physical practice is world-famous and has developed for centuries.


Some with many yoga offerings are slowly starting to get back to the new normal, and the fitness rainbow is brightening up for health and strength seekers. Let us look at the world's most popular places to take your yoga practice to new heights.  


1. Rishikesh, India


India has clinched the top spot in the list of 2020 for yoga destinations in the world. Rishikesh, the yoga capital in Uttarakhand state, is the birthplace of yoga. The spiritual atmosphere here is the best learning ground for yoga. The holiest river Ganga flows through Rishikesh. It is a pilgrimage destination for the Hindus.


The city plays host to Hindu ashrams and International Yoga Festival every March. Renowned yoga instructors and gurus teach Pranayama, Meditation, and other yoga forms for physical and spiritual healing. Vegetarian sattvic food, spiritual songs fill the tourists' soul with divine blessings.


2. Sedona, Arizona

In the United States, Arizona is famous for the Colorado River, Grand Canyon, Arizona desert, pine-tree forests, and four energy vortexes. It is an excellent destination for camping, hiking, and biking trails.

But the yoga retreats in Sedona have an edge as they inspire the spiritual seeker with serene vibes and red rock formations. The retreats empower yoga lovers to continue their journey of seeking inner growth. The 3-day Sedona Yoga Festival held in March promotes yoga and consciousness, helps fight anxiety, PTSD, and much more.

3. Kalindi Lanzarote, Spain

Spain was among the first European countries to welcome yoga in the 20th century. Yoga, detox, and wellness get full regard in Spain. Kalindi guest house in the Spanish country attracts the yogis for its stress-release and yoga retreat program. Ayurvedic massage techniques, Kundalini, Hatha Yoga, and Iyengar yoga, are fantastic Lanzarote islands' fantastic attractions. Visit the location for mood uplifting.

4. Hariharalaya, Cambodia

Named after a Hindu deity, Hariharalaya Yoga & Meditation Retreat in Cambodia offers an experiential learning program to lead a holistic life. Highlights include yoga asana, breathing, meditation, and vegan meals.

Every year, Hariharalaya hosts 40 retreats that focus on the goodness of conscious living. New habits are shared with yoga learners; digital detox is one of them.

A visit to Angkor Wat, the world's largest archaeological temple site and the modern Buddhist Bakong temple, helps one appreciate Cambodian culture.

5. Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, Massachusetts

Deepen your knowledge of yoga and Ayurveda by visiting Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health. This 150-acre sanctuary in Massachusetts hosts popular retreats and workshops celebrating the wisdom of yoga. The online video subscription helps the yoga freaks get access to programs and workshops led by Kripalu faculty.

6. Sacred Valley, Peru

Peru is a yoga destination popular for its ruins, Amazon rainforests, canyon, and architectural marvel Machu Picchu. Spend a few nights here to recharge in the solitude of the Sacred Valley. Many of the yoga centers in the Valley are family-owned. Participate in a communal sweat lodge or explore ancient San Pedro medicine that connects the yogis to Pachamama (Mother Earth). Drinking tea brewed with coca leaves is a traditional healing therapy. The Andes Mountains can be your eternal morning dream.

7. Koh Phangan, Thailand

Setting foot in beautiful Thailand gives an indescribable feeling. It is a Buddhist country with a young and vibrant culture, unending festivals, white-sand beaches, exotic food. This Jewel in Southeast Asia can also be your yoga stopover. The Sanctuary Thailand in the idyllic island of Koh Phangan offers an inspiring mix of yoga retreat and detox holiday. One of the first-ever resorts established in the county, The Sanctuary, encourages its guests to learn, appreciate and practice yoga through yoga holiday packages, daily yoga classes, and yoga teacher training.            

8. Bali, Indonesia

In Southeast Asia, Bali is a staunch follower of yoga and yoga teacher training. The island promotes different yoga styles that are more affordable than like-minded programs in the U.S. and Europe. Bali has a plethora of holistic spas, Ayurvedic centers, and healing alternatives to follow a conscious lifestyle. The diverse scenery is another plus point. Book a yoga slot in breath-taking Bali and enjoy the mountains, beaches, and rice paddies.

9. Amalfi Coast, Italy

The cliffs of the Amalfi Coast Yoga Retreat in Southern Italy are a perfect background for your Downward Dog pose or Vinyasa. The retreat lawns and sea view terraces add a private touch to your learning. The locals act as your guides, helping you enjoy the Amalfi Coast culture. Guided boat tour of Capri, farm to fork dinner, make your yoga vacation an unforgettable experience.   

10. Silver Island, Greece

The privately-owned Silver Island yoga retreat teaches the benefit of tranquillity and rejuvenation to de-stress modern life. It is a place to unwind and merge with nature and self. The exclusive retreat accommodates up to 10 guests in inviting rooms. Sunset yoga classes and solar power complete the eco-retreat experience.


Moments of stillness or the union of body and mind, yoga has something for everybody. Immerse yourself in yoga at any of these ten best places to achieve fitness and flexibility.   

Rebecca Siggers is a passionate writer & guest blogger. Writing helps her to improve her knowledge, skills & understanding about the specific industry. She loves writing & sharing her knowledge mostly in the Travelling Industry. She believes traveling is the key to a peaceful life & wants to spread her belief across the world. Apart from writing, She loves traveling and reading.

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