Banana Island Resort to host Christmas Eve yoga retreat

      Published on Friday, 18 December , 2020      864 Views     
Banana Island Resort to host Christmas Eve yoga retreat

  • Doha News

With 2021 just a fortnight away, it’s the perfect time to reflect on the year and to focus on what you want to achieve for the year ahead.

And to help you on your journey, Banana Island Resort is set to host a yoga retreat this Christmas Eve.





The day will kick off at Al Shyoukh Port at 9am, before the boat journey over to the picturesque island.

You’ll then enjoy a mindfulness walk, before yoga and sound healing on the beach at 10.30am. You’ll also have the chance to socialise with like-minded people at lunch at Q-Lounge at 12.30pm, before having some free time to enjoy the beach and pool.

Finally, there will be sunset yoga on the beach at half four before the boat journey back to Doha at 6pm.

According to organiser Daniel Matallana, “Christmas is a wonderful time to pause, reconnect to yourself, and reflect on the year behind. What did 2020 teach you? What are you grateful for? What do you want to create and accomplish as we enter a new cycle?”

Sounds good to us.



The yoga retreat is QR500 if you’re going alone, or QR900 for two people, and you can book on Eventbrite here.
QR500 (single), QR900 (pair). Thu Dec 24 9am-6pm. Banana Island Resort (3328 6827).


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Category Doha News, Events, Life | 2020/12/18 latest update at 6:00 PM
Source : Time Out Doha | Photocredit : Google
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