Mirihi Island, Maldives, taps into 2018’s Hottest Travel Trend with a Yoga and Meditation Retreat for Solo Travellers
From 3rd to 10th December 2017, Mirihi Island Removes Single Supplements as Part of Solo Retreat
Mirihi Island, Maldives, is pleased to announce that it will be offering yoga enthusiasts the chance to train with one of Europe’s most experienced instructors, Claudia Geux, from 3rd to 10th December 2017.
With the exclusive island destination removing the single supplement from all villas during this period and offering yoga and meditation daily, it is the ideal time for solo travellers craving a winter ‘digital-detox’ to visit. The retreat, which includes half board, will appeal to those in search of a hassle-free holiday.
The yoga and meditation retreat is back by popular demand following two successful retreats in 2016 and early 2017, and with solo travel set to become one of 2018’s biggest travel trends, Mirihi Island is now paving the way for guests who want to travel by themselves.
Mirihi Island’s aspiring yogis will be invited to start the day against the backdrop of the rising sun with an energising yoga session led by Claudia.Come evening, guests will align their senses with Claudia’s meditation session, where individuals can balance and synchronise their mind, body and soul through chanting and breathing techniques.
For those with specific targets, there is also the option of payable private sessions which can be booked and tailored to an individual’s ability, preferences and interests.
Guests will be in safe hands with Zurich-native Claudia, who discovered a passion for the ancient practice while travelling in New Zealand several years ago. Over time, her preferred yoga style has emerged as Vinyasa Flow, meaning classes are taught in a flowing and creative way, accompanied by calming, tranquil music.
Guests who wish to cleanse their body inside and out are spoilt for choice when it comes to healthy dining options at Mirihi Island. With fresh fish, sumptuous fruit and delicious juices available around the clock, the retreat offers the perfect excuse to kick start healthy habits in time for the new year.
Stressed out city workers and yoga enthusiasts will revel in the chance to unwind, switch off and immerse themselves into island living. With the decision to have a no television policy in the villas or Wi-Fi in the restaurants, digital-detoxing is at the heart of the Mirihi Island experience.
Solo guests can enjoy some time away from it all in their private water or beach villa, on a secluded beach or whilst enjoying a pampering spa treatment. Alternatively, travellers looking to socialise and meet like-minded people can book sunset sailing trips, whale shark safaris, diving trips, visits to a local island, sessions tasting the most comprehensive selection of fine Rum in the whole of the Indian Ocean and can enjoy complimentary weekly beach cinemas, board games, table tennis, football and more.
Seven nights at Mirihi Island from 3rd-10th December for the December Yoga & Mediation Retreat cost $4,890 (£3,784*) per person. The price is inclusive of taxes and includes accommodation in a Water Villa on a half-board basis (breakfast and dinner in the Dhonveli Restaurant, beverages excluded), daily yoga and meditation, and sea plane transfers. Prices are per person, regardless of single or double occupancy.
*Prices in pound sterling accurate according to today’s exchange rate.
For further information on Claudia Geux and Mirihi Island’s December Yoga & Meditation Retreat please visit: http://www.yomyoga.rocks/
About Mirihi Island:
Mirihi is an intimate and boutique property located in the South Ari Atoll, just a 30-minute sea plane from Male, Maldives. A private island fringed with stunning white sand beaches, a breath-taking house reef and azure warm waters, Mirihi Island has just 37 villas – offering the perfect sanctuary for those looking for peace and tranquillity.