Mallorca is the ever-popular star of the Mediterranean, thanks to its gorgeous beaches, turquoise seas and remote hilltop towns. Join a small group of like-minded Yogis for seven life-changing days of Yoga, Food and Island Exploration on this spectacular island.
We will begin each day with an outdoor Vinyasa Yoga practice – expect to move, sweat and even dance! A nourishing and nutrient-packed brunch will follow. Then, you will be free to spend the rest of the day as you wish: go west for dramatic cliffs and beaches, north for breath-taking hikes. Discover a deserted cove on the east side of the island or snorkel the white beaches of the south.
La Serranía is a breath-taking property situated in the foothills of Mallorca’s Sierra de Tramontana mountains, not far from the town of Pollensa and very central to give you full access to the entire stunning island.
We will gather again at sunset for a delicious, stretchy Yin Yoga class followed by an exquisite Mediterranean dinner prepared by the local chef.
Your home for the week, La Serranía was designed with great sensitivity to the environment and great attention to detail. It is featured in Condé Nast Traveller, Harpers & Queen and Habitania.
Other not-to-be-missed activities on the island are: the Palma Catedral, the road to Sa Calobra, the Plata des Coll Baix, the village of Deià and the heritage train to Sóller!
Niki, founder of Java Yoga,is trained in Yin, Restorative, Hatha, Aerial & Hot Yoga, Niki leads workshops and retreats worldwide. Her classes invite you to move more slowly to feel more deeply. Gentle myofascial self-release techniques (MFSR), yoga Asana, the breath, music & deep rest are combined to create an environment where your body and mind can practice, and learn, to find ease.
Her strongest influence is Vijnana Yoga – a gentle but strong, inwardly-focused practice – and she strives to bring its sense of presence and peace to all of her classes. Niki encourages questions, community and connection above all else and gratitude towards her teachers, students included, guides her every move.
To learn more about Andrina, visit andrinatisi.com.