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Unwrap Yourself: Poses for Instant Calm During the Holidays

Unwrap Yourself: Yoga Poses for the Holidays

The holidays are here! Which brings happy celebrations along with a lot of hustle and bustle. While we love embracing all the chaos and excitement, we’re also big (obviously) advocates of carving out time to take care of yourself. After all, if you’re not showing yourself love and compassion, how are you supposed to be Read more…

Pro Athletes & Yoga :: A Love Story

First things first: we believe almost everyone, athlete or otherwise, can benefit from yoga. That said, yoga is still an under-appreciated component of a competitive training program… but all of that has been changing.  No less an athlete than LeBron James, often name-checked as the greatest basketball player of all time, has gone on record Read more…

Ringing In A New Decade :: Here’s To An Amazing 2020…

How to celebrate another trip around the sun? At a certain age the downtown blowouts and crowded bars start to blur together, but, New Year’s Eve in front of the TV doesn’t quite feel right either. Marking the occasion is a chance to leave routine behind and enter the new year with clarity and intention. Read more…

Sri Lanka Revisited

“There is no country in the world that has attracted the attention of authors in so many distant ages and of so many different countries as Ceylon….Ceylon, from whatever direction is approached, unfolds a scene of loveliness and grandeur unsurpassed, if it be rivaled, by any land in the universe.” ~ Emerson Tennent, Ceylon, 1845. Read more…

5 Travel (Non-Essential) Essentials

So, you’ve booked your yoga retreat (yay!), triple-checked your passport and have your favorite funky yoga pants, a swimsuit, and maybe even a fleece (hellooooo Iceland!) ready to roll. Our packing lists will make sure you’re prepared for every adventure… BUT, we’d love to suggest 5 non-essential essentials that will help to make your yoga Read more…

Overtourism & Responsible Travel

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Overtourism is definitely the buzzword of the day… and that’s a damn good thing.   The world’s far reaches are becoming more accessible to the masses, and that’s good too.  So, we, as tour operators, should all be developing adventures that balance, offset or aid the endemic population (natural or human).  And travelers need to be Read more…