Great to kick off 2012 with a new project. My iPhone/iPad app, Yoga Holidays Worldwide is now live on the app store. With 140 entries and 1500 pics, it’s been a marathon effort, I’m delighted with the results. Check it out, help spread the word by sharing, reviewing or blogging about it, or simply keep reading to learn more…
About Yoga Holidays Worldwide
In need of some rejuvenation? Yoga holidays are the perfect remedy for body, mind and spirit. Travel writer, experienced yoga practitioner and regular contributor to Australian Yoga Journal, Sue White, has scoured the globe for over 140 of the best yoga breaks on the planet, from Brazil to Bermuda to Bali and back again. In this comprehensive, visually stunning and immensely practical app no beach, rainforest or mountain village has been left unexplored in Sue’s quest to bring you the world’s best yoga holidays.
You’ll find serious retreats focussed on health and healing; luxury resorts where the yoga is an optional (but welcome) addition to a restorative vacation; jungle lodges where you can do tree pose with the toucans; and Italian Villas where a drop of wine or two accompanies your home-cooked meals. Whether you’re after inner peace in Ibiza or a yoga & surfing jaunt in Australia, we’ll show you where to go, what to expect and how to choose. As a bonus, there are comprehensive sections on teachers who travel, yoga festivals and events, and great yoga towns.
About the author
Sue White is a journalist, former yoga teacher trainer and long-time yoga practitioner. Based in Sydney, Australia, Sue has spent the last decade exploring the yoga world for work and play. As a regular contributor to Australian Yoga Journal and experienced travel writer, Sue has been published everywhere from CNN Traveller to the Sydney Morning Herald and the South China Morning Post. She can often be spotted practicing boat pose in Borneo; tackling tree pose off the coast of Tasmania; grooving at kirtan with Krishna Das in Hawaii; or learning from the best at studios like Exhale in Venice Beach or the Omega Institute in New York.
For Yoga Holidays Worldwide, Sue has applied a journalistic eye to her years of yoga travel experience and knowledge. By tapping into her extensive yoga industry contacts across the globe, Sue has produced a visually impressive, profoundly practical app that will leave you excited and inspired about your own next restorative break.
What do you think makes a relaxing break?
Anywhere I’ve missed? (You can also let me know direct in the app’s nifty ‘comments’ section)