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    Title: Kaliyoga Retreat Centre in Spain & France

    URL: https://kaliyoga.com/

    Recommended in The Guardian
    Top 10 World’s Best Yoga Retreats

    Kaliyoga Retreats, founded in 2002, have established retreat centres in Spain and Italy offering comfortable accommodation for up to 16 people. Singles and couples always welcome. We provide authentic yoga and meditation tuition in a nurturing environment for beginners and experienced practitioners alike. We also have first class holistic therapists, cutting-edge vegetarian cuisine, raw juice cleansing detox weeks, laughter, sunshine, pool, sauna. And most importantly, our wonderful staff care for you like a good friend.

    Health & Wellbeing

    Queen of retreats

    Popular healthy travel site that features honest, in-depth reviews of spas, retreats and healthy holidays written by professional writers to help you sift through the hype.

    Guide to yoga for anxiety

    One particular therapy that is effective in treating anxiety disorders is yoga, whose benefits have been disclosed in multiple studies.

    Breathing.com

    Breathing Development Research, Education, Services, Programs for Superior Health, Peak Performance, Life Extension. Better breathing is possible for everyone.

    Yoga & Spirituality

    Windfire Yoga

    website and portal for Godfrey Devereux, founder and teacher of the Dynamic Yoga Method. Author of Dynamic Yoga, Hatha Yoga Breath By Breath, Elements of Yoga and 15 Minute Yoga.

    The Yossum

    The Yossum concept is a unified teaching that integrates four pillars of practice – Yoga, Silence, Self-Understanding and Meditation. Yossum is dedicated to casting a genuine light on the search for inner peace and conscious love.

    Self Realization

    International Yoga directory sorted by Country. All styles & traditions. Guide to Yoga Centers, classes, teachers, certificates, programs, retreats, and Yoga Associations

    Yogi Times

    Independent online media featuring articles and reviews on yoga, wellness,nutrition, eco-fashion, meditation and playful living. Yogitimes.com

    Yaga Web

    A comprehensive guide to yoga. Find information related to the ancient art and science of yoga.

    Yoga Site

    An online Yoga Resource Center for articles, workshops, retreats, shopping, seminars, music

    Yoga Wiz

    Learn and share the benefits of yoga with others around the world.

    Yoga Tree

    Yoga centre in Holland: Add life to your years and years to your life at Yogatree

    Samsara Mind And Body

    Yoga and Pilates Classes and Treatments

    India Divine

    An online forum about Yoga and Hinduism

    Il Giornale Dello Yoga

    The best yoga magazine in ITALY

    Yoga Ireland

    Directory for all aspects of yoga in Ireland

    Spiritual Guidance

    Satyananda

    offers retreats and talks throughout the year in the UK and abroad. Satyananda answers your questions about life and death and everything in between by inviting you to experience yourself directly and effortlessly in that very moment, free from thoughts. If you are still seeking you can stop the search now because: “You are looking from that which you are looking for”.

    Sri Ramana Maharshi

    Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi was probably the most famous Indian sage of the twentieth century. He was renowned for his saintly life, for the fullness of his self-realization, and for the feelings of deep peace that visitors experienced in his presence. So many people came to see him at the holy hill of Arunchala where he spent his adult life that an ashram had to be built around him. He answered questions for hours every day, but never considered himself to be anyone’s guru.