You may include yoga in your everyday life enjoying its benefits to your health, mind, spirit, and well-being. However you still deserve a serious and longer break from time to time. This is where a spa yoga holiday can be a good idea. This type of holiday combines spa therapies and regular yoga exercises in resort-type surroundings. Some of the best providers of spa yoga holidays are at luxury spa resorts in Chiang Mai. You can have yoga sessions in a yoga barn at the spa, or privately in your rented villa suite with a seasoned master and Reiki and Pilates expert. Pampering treatments at a spa are the perfect way to unwind further after a yoga session.
There are many health benefits to a spa yoga holiday. Different types of yoga are offered by discerning providers. Sunrise yoga itself is known to improve your strength, balance, posture, and flexibility, and it is suitable for everyone, except pregnant women. To accommodate those bearing children, there is pregnancy yoga, which is carefully tailored with gentler postures and breathing to help pregnant women feel relaxed and prepare them for childbirth. Yoga asana is an evening class to cap a hectic day filled with activities. This time, the poses are aimed at stretching and toning the body, opening the energy channels and chakras, and purifying and healing the body while calming and controlling the mind.
To relax completely, spa yoga holidays can be arranged with yoga nidra or ‘yogic sleep’, which can bring you to a state of consciousness with deeper relaxation. At the end of the session, you should feel released and renewed. Pranayama teaches proper breathing to relieve stress and release blocked energy, improve your enthusiasm for life, and enhance mental clarity. Meditation techniques can be taught to you, too, so you know how to calm your mind and relax your body effectively once you are back in the city. The spa treatments, which are included in spa yoga holidays, are designed to pamper your body luxuriously using specially formulated aromatic oils and organic herbs and spices.
Combining yoga sessions with spa treatments could be just what you need to get the most from your next vacation.