The Travel Yogi Blog

Non-Essential Travel Essentials

Yoga Retreat Panama

Packing light is an art form and we salute anyone who achieves it (we try but don’t always succeed…ha). But, if you’re clever enough to have extra space, why not throw in a few nice-to-haves beside the need-to-haves? We know you each have your own version of this list, but we wanted to share our […]

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How To Unplug When Traveling

The Travel Yogi yoga retreats

Getting away from our day-to-day routine and obligations is a big factor in taking a holiday. It’s uber exciting to think about actually being able to sit and read a book… or exploring without needing to worry about returning calls and emails. But is a total ‘detox’ realistic? Tech has irrevocably changed our lives and […]

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Baja: Outdoor Bliss in Mexico’s Ecological Hotspot


Baja has long had a reputation as an earthly paradise. Once you’ve seen its wild and evocative mix of coastal and desert landscapes that statement won’t seem so surprising. Lush greens meet starkly beautiful vistas in an atmosphere that’s uniquely Baja. The best yoga retreats are one part amazing yoga, one part amazing location and […]

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Sri Lanka Travel :: Culture & Cuisine Must-Dos


Think “island vacation,” and Sri Lanka might not be the first destination that pops into your head.  Yoga Sri Lanka may not be in your lexicon either, but if that’s the case, time to put this stunning nation on your radar — Sri Lanka offers a wealth of natural and historical attractions that’ll spark a […]

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Panama: A Trip To Change Your Life

National Geographic Traveler The Travel Yogi

When we started on this wild, wonderful wellness retreat journey many moons ago, we could only dream about a moment like this one, where our yoga retreat Panama adventure would be recognized as a National Geographic Traveler “Trips to Change Your Life”. We’re beside ourselves with appreciation, but not with surprise, because the trip is just […]

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Yoga Scholarship from The Travel Yogi

International Studies or Liberal Arts Students Only $500 for Current or Incoming Students. The Travel Yogi appreciates the power of education and believes the role of a yoga practitioner to be one of mindful service. Yoga is a tool to open hearts and minds, as is education.  Those of us that practice and travel know that […]

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Find Your Peaceful Bliss in Bhutan


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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