May 2024 | Ingrid Gottschalk | Yoga – Walking/Hiking – Nourish

May 2024 | Ingrid Gottschalk | Yoga – Walking/Hiking – Nourish

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Yoga – Walking/Hiking – Nourish

Itha108 is a Grecian Island retreat set in a place of outstanding natural beauty, providing a space specifically for peace, relaxation, and practice.

Ingrid grew up on the Swiss-German boarder but found her home in London in the late seventies, where she began a twenty-year career in finance and raised three daughters. After initially discovering yoga in 2001, Ingrid decided to train as a teacher in 2010, specialising in Vinyasa Flow, at Brahmani Yoga, Goa, India.

Ithaca is the backdrop for her beloved project, Itha108, which she designed and managed over 9 years alongside teaching public and private classes for locals and holidaymakers alike. Ingrid has succeeded in her vision for Itha108 that combines her eye for lifestyle design with providing a beautiful space to practice, teach and share.

One week of daily vinyasa flow in the morning followed by brunch, followed by an excursion and lunch on alternative days. Evening restorative/yin class, dinner – sleeping time!

On days we are not hiking, enjoy a swim in the sea below the retreat or take a boat and explore the coastline.

Please contact info@itha108 for a proposal and further questions.

Ingrid Gottschalk

28300 Ithaca


+30 6980918604

+30 26740 31463



6 – 13 July 2024 | Alexandra Evans

6 – 13 July 2024 | Alexandra Evans

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This retreat will be a wonderful opportunity to recalibrate and recharge at a profound level. It will be your time to clear deep-rooted patterns of tension and to nourish both body and psyche through movement and breath and deep relaxation. You’ll also have time to roam the island, swim in the beautiful waters and let the island simply take your cares away.

Alexandra has been teaching for over 20 years and is also a shiatsu and craniosacral practitioner.

Please contact for booking a place:

or 00447957114820 for more info.

13 – 20 July 2024 | Margherita Dal Pra

13 – 20 July 2024 | Margherita Dal Pra

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Margherita will begin each day with morning meditation, pranayama and dynamic yoga, to cultivate a sense of presence and help you gently tune into Itha108 beautiful natural surroundings.
The evening yoga sessions will be devoted to Nectar and restorative yoga to soothe your body and bring you to stillness followed by long savasana.

For more information and booking a place please contact Margerita:

Margherita Dal Pra  
Senior Yoga Teacher & Yoga Health Coach
M: +44(0)7919174071
12 – 19 October 2024 | Lucy Parker – Flow Tunbridge Wells

12 – 19 October 2024 | Lucy Parker – Flow Tunbridge Wells

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For information and booking a place please contact Lucy:

Lucy Parker
Co-Founder of Flow Tunbridge Wells
Senior Yoga Teacher

for information and booking a place:

07976 439122

Winner of The Muddy Stilettos Award for Best Yoga Studio in Kent – 2018, 2019, 2021 & 2022!

To move, feel and live better find your Flow!

11 Under-the-Radar Yoga Retreats You’ll Want to Book Now

11 Under-the-Radar Yoga Retreats You’ll Want to Book Now

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Our vacation-wanted ad: Have mat, will travel. Skip pedestrian sightseeing tours, questionable food, and creaky joints. Bring on sacred sights, built-in yoga friends, real nourishment, and communion with our mat twice a day. Oh, and move the needle of our life, por favor.
There are at least 108 reasons to embark on a yoga retreat. Instead of fleeting fun, take a deep dive where landscape and heart intersect. Cross your desert, row your boat, and chase your star—bookending the day in Downward Dog. Forget scrambling for a hotel gym or trying to translate “organic, gluten-free, vegetarian, and Ayurvedic” in another language. For yogis, getting away doesn’t get better than a yoga retreat.

But where to start? We scanned the yoga globe and scoped out 11 off-the-beaten-mat gems to spark your wanderlust. From Cuba to Costa Rica, Iceland to India, bathe in the forest, soak in the spring, sing with a villager, dance in the jungle, bow to the world’s wonders, or simply sit in silence. The choices are as infinite as yoga itself.

Yoga and Serenity on the Island of Ithaca, Greece

July 29–August 5, 2017 and August 5–12, 2017
Bow to the azure waters of this mythical island with little more than passing sailboats and grazing goats to distract you. Home to legendary hero Odysseus, some say this sleepy isle hasn’t changed much since Homer’s epic poem. Ithaca is, perhaps, the perfect place for yoga. There are only a few thousand permanent residents on the wild, jagged patch of land, and the elegant Itha108 Yoga Retreat & Creative Resort has no traffic to speak of. Seattle teacher Jodi Boone is leading two back-to-back retreats for sunbathing, stargazing yogis who want to step back in time. Start the day with meditation and an active Hatha practice from the wooden yoga platform, and wind down with yin and restorative from an indoor shala. In between, dive into the silvery waters of the Ionian Sea, get a Thai yoga massage, or cozy up in an Indian daybed on the veranda. The lodge is carved into a rocky hillside with a crisp white minimalism, every object handpicked with a globetrotter’s flair—Indian artifacts dotted around the stone fireplace, for instance. Indulge in mushroom polenta tarts and cinnamon-butter griddled peaches, all seasonal, organic fare straight from the island (or the one next door).

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