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Find Your Peaceful Bliss in Bhutan

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Mention the name ‘Bhutan’ and immediately the mind conjures up images ancient temples and smiling locals. Mention ‘Bhutan yoga retreat’ and pictures of downward dogs amidst breathtaking Himalayan vistas spring to mind (and are totally accurate). Their properly famous Gross National Happiness program has brought attention to this small landlocked nation and their strict tourism […]

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Iceland Yoga Retreat Adventure :: Yoga Centre Winnipeg Remembers

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This past May, twenty yogis hailing from Yoga Centre Winnipeg, set out on a Iceland yoga retreat adventure with The Travel Yogi. For those of you who don’t know, Winnipeg is just an hour’s drive from Gimli Manitoba, a small lakeside town in a region known as the ‘New Iceland’. This area boasts the highest […]

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Getting To Know :: Téo Chapelier

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We were so excited when Téo Chapelier agreed to jump onboard The Travel Yogi team.  When your yoga-teacher-friends and LA yoga peeps all rave about the same person, you better believe we sit up and take notice.  It was a treat and a pleasure to get to know Téo in LA, just chilling at a […]

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The Yoga Adventure :: Balance * Love

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We love retreats… That might sound like a no-brainer for us, but we don’t think so.  The typical ‘yoga retreat’ brings to mind long yoga classes twice a day with lots of free time in the in-between for hanging out.  There’s a place for that but it’s not what The Travel Yogi does.  We adventure […]

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Yoga Retreat Adventures:: Real Magic

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At first, I wasn’t sure if retreats were for me. The truth of the matter is I always seek out yoga studios when I vacation because I feel like it is the perfect time to catch up on my yoga. I love experiencing different teachers and, since I was on my own, I got incorporate adventure […]

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The French Connection

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The “Why We Love It” Piece…   When we first strolled the cobblestone streets of the quaint, charming, medieval villages dotting the Dordogne region of southern France – it took mere seconds to fall in love with it all. The colors, fresh smells, slow pace of life, friendly faces and lyrical “Bonjour’s!” swept us, and […]

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