Practise yoga in Icelandic wilderness, enjoy healthy food and meditate in midnight brightness during this restorative weekend retreat.
DAY 1: We leave Saturday at 10:15 from Húsavík aboard a RIB and go whale watching on the way out to the island. Upon arrival we enjoy our packed picnics before taking a guided tour among the island’s stunning scenery, its exciting history and colonies of nesting birds. This easy hike ends with the weekend’s first outdoor yoga flow class, led by an experienced yoga teacher, where we connect to nature and our inner peace. The practise is followed by a delicious, vegetarian dinner whereupon the beach bonfire is lit. End the evening with guided meditation and gong relaxation in the midnight brightness before going to bed in the homely and fully equipped island guesthouse.
DAY 2: Wake up to the sound of pure nature outside your window and enjoy a nourishing breakfast. Allow yourself a mindful and restorative break in the island’s wilderness before taking another teacher-led yoga class. Chai tea and a light meal will be served before we make our way back to Húsavík on a RIB around 14:00 on Sunday.
About the teacher: Huld Hafliðadóttir is a local and passionate yoga teacher from Húsavík who has been teaching and practising Kundalini Yoga, Childplay Yoga and Sat Nam Rasayan healing for almost a decade.
ISK 29900 (incl. 11% VAT)
Minimum number of six required in a standard tour, maximum twelve.
Booking in advance required.
Return RIB boat transfer, guided walking tour, yoga flow classes, guided meditation and gong relaxation led by an experienced yoga teacher, guesthouse accommodation, dinner, breakfast and a light lunch.
Approximately 2 days / 1 night.
Suitable for yogis of all levels. Expect any kind of Icelandic weather and be well prepared with comfortable clothing. Bring your own picnic for lunch upon arrival. This tour is offered in co-operation with travel agents.
For your safety and comfort, we reserve the right to change schedules, even with short notice, should weather or other conditions change.