Wednesday, April 7, 2010
Luxury Bali Yoga Retreat
Travel Associates is offering a six night luxury yoga retreat at Pererenan in Bali led by professional yoga instructor Michelle Merrifield from Essence of Living.
Guests will enjoy daily sessions of yoga, pilates, meditation, pranayama and philosophy lessons.
Highlights also include a trip to an ancient Balinese village including meditation, reflexology and a blessing ceremony, an Ubud day trip and walk through rice fields and your own private chef for special arrival and farewell dinners.
Prices start from $3,199* per person twin share and includes return airfares (from most major cities), six nights accommodation at Pantai Lima in a private Oceanfront Villa with Hermes amenities, daily health, wellness and philosophy sessions, village trip, day trip to Ubud, farewe ll and arrival dinner, return transfers, VIP visa escort on arrival.
Tour departs Australia Thursday 9 September 2010.
Phone Elliott and Turner Travel Associates on 1800 242 613 or log onto http://www.travel-associates.com.au/elliott for more information.
About Travel Associates
Travel Associates are specialists in creating tailor-made itineraries for travellers seeking out individual and unique travel experiences.
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