Sri Lanka is known as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean. Why? Because it has a magnetic beauty that you can never get tired of. Yoga training in Sri Lanka not only means improving yourself further as a yogi. It also means experiencing the vast climate diversity and rich culture that shape the country. Train to be a yoga teacher while taking the time to enjoy this destination's breathtaking relics and ancient monuments. It truly is an amazing spiritual journey.
“Half an hour’s meditation every day is essential, except when you are busy. Then a full hour is needed.” - Saint Francis de Salles (erstwhile Bishop of Geneva).
Yoga may not be a type of cardio workout, but it is similar to some exercise routines in a way that it involves lots of turning and twisting. Because of this, you may experience stomachache, gas, and cramping if you don’t properly choose the foods that you eat before a yoga session.
To all the yoga teachers planning to add some extra activities to their retreats, holidaymakers, yogis, and skiers, this article might be helpful when planning to try out the combination of these two!
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