BodyHoliday to Offer Five Yoga Retreats This Year

Deck Yoga at BodyHoliday Saint Lucia

St. Lucia wellness resort BodyHoliday has unveiled the year’s lineup of Yoga Retreats. The five weeklong programs, all led by the property’s wellness advisor Hollie Bailey, will include a range of yoga and meditation workshops, as well as spa treatments, an organic garden experience and a hands-on cooking class.

All retreats include a specialized retreat program, daily food and beverage and accommodations in a Standard Garden View Room or the resort’s Villa Firefly residence. Participants will meet with Bailey at the beginning of their stay, or talk with a BodyHoliday specialist beforehand if they want to maximize their time at the resort, to plan the retreat and tailor it to the them.

During the week, guests can attend a yoga workshop or nutrition talk every day, with classes covering areas like hatha yoga, anapana meditation, vinyasa and more. Outside of these central classes, the Yoga Retreats provide sunrise and sunset yoga sessions, a daily spa treatment and daily meditation. After the program ends, the resort will also provide post-retreat support.


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BodyHoliday will offer retreats for the following dates:

  • March 30 to April 6
  • April 6 to 13
  • October 5 to 12
  • October 12 to 19
  • December 14 to 21

The Yoga Retreats are all-inclusive and cost $4,830 per person. The resort will offer travel agents a 15 percent commission on all Yoga Retreat bookings.

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