Yoga retreats in Mallorca
Where better to practise your downward-facing dog than in a stunning island paradise? Surrounded by fresh air, green mountains and clear blue sea, you'll soon feel a sense of calm in Mallorca. Take a full yoga retreat or enjoy a freestyle holiday, mixing your yoga practice with sightseeing and activities in nature. Whether you're a veteran of ashtanga or a total newbie, you're bound to fall in love with yoga when you practise it on this stunning island.Start your search
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Where to go for yoga in Mallorca
If you want to mix sightseeing and other activities with your yoga holiday in Mallorca, then stay in Palma. In the heart of the island's capital, you'll find the district of Santa Catalina, with an alternative, hippy vibe and yoga studios galore. You'll find all kinds of classes available: Earthyoga offers a variety of styles, including vinyasa, yin, nidra and hatha, while the Ra Ma Institute is dedicated to kundalini yoga. If you're travelling with your family, consider Sadhana Works, which has kid-friendly classes.
Mallorca's Tramuntana Mountains have a wilderness feeling, so they're perfect if you want to practise yoga in nature. You'll easily be able to combine your yoga holiday with a Mallorcan hiking adventure here, and there are plenty of private spots along the well-marked mountain trails where you can spread out your mat. If you prefer to practise in a studio, head to the town of Sóller. The S'Espai 6 studio has a range of classes, including unusual techniques like aerial yoga and acro yoga. The studio's classroom overlooks the mountains, giving you incredible views as you practise.
A private finca in Mallorca in the peaceful Deià area is a great choice for lovers of nature. Get up early for sunrise yoga on the beach, or visit a studio for a hands-on session. The Son Rullan studio has special women-only sessions, designed for women of all ages, levels and sizes. These classes emphasise female empowerment. If you haven't tried yoga before and you're curious about the practice, these soothing women-only classes create a very positive atmosphere.
Want to get off the beaten track? Go for a yoga holiday in Santanyí, in the rarely-visited south of the island. At Cal Reiet, you'll find a mixture of yoga sessions and holistic well-being classes. Modern styles like yogalates and power yoga are available, and you can also enjoy massages, aromatherapy and other treatments. In this part of the island, you'll also find some quieter beaches, which are ideal for outdoor practice. Caló del Moro is a small cove, well-shaded by large rocky outcrops, while Cala Màrmols has gorgeous views of the crystal-clear water, and offers privacy thanks to its isolated location.