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Instead of exercises with horses you can choose yoga, meditation and coaching. Always free of choice. Staring dates: 8 th of April ## 14 th of July ## 26 th of October ## 22 nd of November.
Fill your self up with new energy! At Palms yoga place you will find harmony and balance in everything, everybody and every where. You will have the oportunity to learn how to communicate with and how to give and take healing from the horse. In the afternoons you can choose between yoga practice, horseback riding at the riding center or working with our famous Spanish horse Atos from the ground. We practice mindfulness, meditation and yoga at any level that suites you. Classes will include Bikram, Vinyasa Flow, Yin and Nidra. Give your self time to reflect and recharge. When we work with ourselves there are always questions coming up, about the past, present and the future. Coaching in a “guiding to find your own insights” way, is always availabale. It could be like chats at the dinner table or more serious sessions, if that’s preferable.
Grab the oportunity to let the horses make you more aware of your energy and body language. Horses detect and expose every nuance in your personality and will tirelessly tell you about it. The horse will react to you exactly as you present yourself, reflecting your leadership style, how it’s perceived and received. Earn the authority to lead and your effort is rewarded! Experience the unique combination of horses and personal development. The horse is a "Spirit Animal" and will help you, together with your coach Mia Isacsson, to find your own inner power.
You will stay at Palm Yoga facility. We offer tastefully decorated rooms with either twin beds or a king bed. Normaly 2 people sharing a twin or king bed room. You can also pay extra to have your private king bed room. All of our rooms are en-suite, with air-conditioning, ceiling fan, and a shared or private terrace. The rooms have been refurbished to a high standard, with comfortable beds and bedding.
Take a dive in our heated salt water swimming pool with an inbuilt seating area where you can enjoy a drink whilst cooling down.
Chlorine can leave your skin dry and itchy after a swim, alternatively salt water is actually good for the skin and acts as a natural moisturiser and exfoliator, increasing your skin’s ability to retain moisture.
After your swim, visit our massage area for a well deserved full body massage, after which you relax in the Jacuzzi located in our tropical gardens.
10.00 - 13.00 Teaching,Yoga and meditation
You can ad more days - they will then look like day 2-4.
Please note that the schedule can be changed according to season and wich day you start. Normally we start Mondays. If you would like to come a day or so before, please send a message and we will do our best to fit you in <3
Mia Isacsson has been coaching people since 1997. Her special method is designed to make people grow and discover their inner potential. The content of her courses is a mix of everything she has learned that she has found useful. Mia teaches different techniques appropriate to the current phase and level of the horse and rider. The theories come from classical dressage, academic riding, centered riding, etc.
Sue has been teaching yoga for 10 years and previously ran a successful Bikram Yoga studio in Fleet, UK with her sister for 8 years. She teaches Bikram, Vinyasa and Yin yoga and has a relaxed, calm way of helping you get the most from your practise. Sue enjoys teaching beginners or challenging the more experienced students. As well as her passion for yoga Sue really enjoys being a host at their retreat. She loves getting involved with the kitchen to make sure the food served is healthy, organic and fresh. Furthermore, she has an eye for detail which can be found in every room of the retreat.
After practising many styles of yoga over the years, Jane attended the Bikram teacher training programme in 2009 in Los Angeles and has been teaching regularly since then. Along with Sue she managed Bikram Yoga Fleet for 8 years and during that time has also trained in Yin Yoga, Vinyasa Flow and Yoga Nidra. Jane now teaches classes in the Fleet area as well as running retreats at Palms.
Riding teachter at the riding school. David speaks Spanish and English. He will teach you basic riding skills like how to sit proper and how to give proper aids. He is very nice and soft and never get tired of explaining things for you.....
If you want to do showjumping on higher level- Adolfo will be your instructor. He is very well experienced and love to teach. He speaks Spanish and enough English to make you understand what he wants you to do (with a little bit of help from hands and an open mind )
This holiday will take place in Malaga, Spain. Malaga, the Spanish city which adjoins Costa del Sol, is a popular tourist destination and for good reason. For several years, this beautiful city has been overshadowed by its other Andalucian cities such as Granada, Cordoba, and Seville. However, Malaga is now receiving a lot more attention as a tourist destination. In fact, its art is being compared to that of Madrid and its food to that of none other than Barcelona.
The world famous artist, Picasso was from Malaga and has been quoted about his own city – “to be a Cubist you have to have been born in Málaga”. Some of the key attractions in the city are of course the Alcazaba and the Renaissance Cathedral. There is also a cathedral in the heart of the recently restored historic city center which also attracts a great deal of visitors. The Picasso Museum is yet another hot spot for art lovers. In terms of beaches, one of the most popular beaches in the city is the La Malagueta beach. For one of the best views make sure to visit the 11th century Gibralfaro castle. Paying a visit to the CAC Malaga Contemporary Art Center is also definitely worthwhile. If you like to party, then you will be pleased to know that Malaga parties late into the night. There are several bars along the beach of LaMalagueta and Pedregalejo while the old town is full of clubs and live music bars where you are sure to have a great night. Some of the other hotspots include Calle Granada, Plaza de la Merced and Calle de las Beatas in the Old Town. For a spot of relaxation head down to the Paseo del Parque promenade, which is dotted with fountains, and the Puerta Oscura Gardens that offers magnificent vistas.
Despite being a growing town Ronda retains much of its historic charm, particularly its old town. It is famous worldwide for its dramatic escarpments and views, and for the deep El Tajo gorge that carries the rio Guadalevín through its centre. Visitors make a beeline for the 18th century Puente Nuevo 'new' bridge, which straddles the 100m chasm below, before taking in the views from the Alameda out over the Serranía de Ronda mountains.
A few kilometres from Ronda, just outside the white village of Benaojan lies one of the most spectacular cave systems in Spain, and in the mouth of one, several galleries of cave paintings that are as old as 30,000 years, and were created by paleolithic people of Ronda before the last great ice age. Best of all, the caves are open to the public with a local tour guide to explain the significance of the artwork.
Colloquially known as The Rock, (or simply 'Gib'), is an overseas territory of the United Kingdom sitting at the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea. It is bordered by Spain to the north and the people of Gibraltar are ferociously loyal British citizens despite being bilingual in English and Spanish.
Gibraltar is a unique place for the curious traveler. Take time to explore the caves and tunnels especially those not meant for tourists! The inside of the rock is an absolute labyrinth with secret internal roads and tunnels four times longer than those on the surface. Military presence and security in this otherwise deserted area is strong but almost invisible.
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Besides from the schedule, you can go shopping, ride at the beach, have a dressage or showjumping riding lesson, see a horse show, do some more meditation, yoga or other exercises, do a hiking or cycling trip, walk the Camino del Rey, canoeing in the Malaga Lakes, swimming in the Malaga lakes, play a round of golf, enjoy the beach and all its restaurants, see amazing horse shows and flamenco shows, go to the spa to have some massage. Torremolinos and Malaga is full of things to do.
You can also do some sightseeing - visit the local farmers' shops, museums, Malaga, Marbella, Ronda, Gibraltar, etc.
Just let Mia know what you want and she will help you find it.
Transfer available for additional US$48 per person
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