Yoga Safaris have become a new and exciting venture around Zimbabwe.
Start your day in a blanket of silence and in the glow of the African rising sun as you practise yoga in The Hide in the Hwange National Park. Or take a unique experience and practise yoga at The Big Cave Camp and find your inner Zen on million year old granite rocks in one of the country’s most important spiritual heartlands. This is where the Safari culminates with 48 hours of silence amongst the magical Matobo Hills.
And throughout the Yoga Safari there will be plenty of activities to get involved in, or you can simply do nothing but sit back and relax. Plus – the best thing about it is there are various levels from novice to expert – you take it at your own pace.
For further information or bookings contact our specialist team and they’ll be glad to help.
Contact on 020 7843 3587 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Fast facts about Yoga:|
|Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit root ‘yuj’||Means: ‘to yoke’, or ‘join together’|
|Male teachers and Female teachers are called||Yogi and Yogini|
|Where did Yoga originate||India, over 5000 years ago|
|Yoga’s definition||In the Sutras as having eight limbs or branches|
|Some benefits of Yoga||Stress reduction, circulation, flexibility, strength, increase in vitality|
|Is yoga co-ed||Yes|
Date: 28 May 2013