Explore our sustainable, circular, Cradle to Cradle Certified yoga outfits and join Ballet Barre teacher Marta Lucarelli, Yoga and Pilates teacher Nataliya Doneva, and Fitness and Skipping Rope expert Agnes Yu to a magnificent Ballet Bare and Yoga Retreat in Slovenia from the 26th - 28th of May 2023. Slovenia is an ideal destination for yoga retreats, renowned for its stunning natural landscapes and its peaceful and relaxed atmosphere. It is the perfect place to unwind and relax from your daily life.
You can anticipate a weekend full of healthy food and amazing outdoor activities. You will be invited to cook together with renowned chefs, learning new ways to cook healthy and incredibly tasty meals using organic seasonal products.
Apart from that you will join Ballet Barre lessons that will teach you how to improve your posture and your balance, and how to build beautiful and lean muscles (the classes are also suitable for beginners). After that you can join a yoga and meditation class.
But why is Ballet Barre the perfect combination to your yoga practise?
Ballet barre and yoga are two different forms of exercise, each with their unique benefits. However, when combined, they can complement each other and provide a well-rounded workout that targets multiple aspects of fitness and well-being. Here are a few reasons why ballet barre and yoga make a perfect combination:
Strength and Flexibility: Ballet barre and yoga both offer strength-building and flexibility-enhancing benefits, but in different ways. Ballet barre exercises focus on building muscular strength and endurance, while yoga emphasizes flexibility, mobility, and range of motion. Combining the two practices can provide a balanced workout that develops both strength and flexibility.
Body Awareness and Alignment: Both ballet barre and yoga emphasize body awareness, alignment, and precision in movement. Incorporating both practices can enhance overall body awareness, leading to better posture, coordination, and balance.
3. Mindfulness and Relaxation: Yoga is often associated with mindfulness and relaxation, while ballet barre is more energetic and fast-paced. Combining the two practices can provide a balanced workout that includes both active movements and calming, restorative postures, helping to reduce stress and promote overall well-being.
4.Core Strength and Stability: Both ballet barre and yoga require core strength and stability. By combining the two practices, individuals can develop a strong, stable core that provides a solid foundation for movement, enhances posture, and reduces the risk of back pain.
5.Low-Impact Exercise: Ballet barre and yoga are generally low-impact, making them accessible to individuals of all fitness levels and ages. By combining the two practices, individuals can benefit from a low-impact workout that improves strength, flexibility, and overall health without placing excessive stress on the joints.
There is only one spot left! Please entre code 'wellicious' at check-out to receive a 20 Euros for this beautiful wellness retreat. For further information please click here.
Until next time,
Your Wellicious Team