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Vinyasa and Hatha Yoga in Laos

November 7, 2013 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , ,

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Laos is a magical destination, still relatively undiscovered on the world radar. With temples, villages, relaxing scenery, and stunning sunsets, this incredibly nature-oriented destination is perfect for a yoga and meditation holiday.

At Khiri Travel Laos, we understand the stress that you have from all the hard work during the year, and have designed a balanced package that will help you relax and regain energy, through inner contemplation and yoga sessions.

Surrounded by nature, watching the slow flow of the Mekong, and through a variety of yoga forms, we invite guests to spend time in the charming world heritage town of Luang Prabang and in the remote natural destination of Nong Khiaw.

The yoga sessions are divided into Vinyasa and Hatha. For meditation, we recommend practicing Vipassana throughout the entire week, except for the day that you learn about local mediation from Lao monks in a temple.

For more information on yoga options in Laos, please contact [email protected]

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