Yoga Adventure in the Cyclades with Tracy Aleksic

Syros - Cyclades, Greece

Destination

Syros – Cyclades, Greece

Dates

10  – 17 July, 2021

Teacher

Tracy Aleksic

Price

from €2,250,00

About the retreat

Join master yoga teacher and healing artist: Tracy “Sarvani” Aleksic for a unique experience in Greece, to spend a week on the historic island of Syros.

Syros: the Cyclades without the crowds.

How to get to Syros: by air from Athens (35 mins) or by ferry from Athens (2 hrs).

Typical schedule: We start the day with yoga, on our seaview outdoor platform among the olive trees and vineyards. Followed by breakfast, our day is free till the afternoon class. However, we have included a plenty of programs: guided visit to Ermoupoli, the capital of the island, beach days and a wine and olive oil tasting.

What to do: Beach (walking distance)
Culture (Syros has ancient, medieval and neoclassicist monuments that we will be visiting)
Sailing to explore nearby islands

Food: We are walking distance to several local restaurants and shops. Some of the rooms have a small kitchen, so there is no need to eat in a restaurant twice a day.

What's included

  • Accommodation (in shared double rooms)
  • 7 brunches
  • 7 morning yoga classes and 6 evening
  • Yoga and meditation sessions
  • Daily musings
  • Creative writing prompts
  • Daily Wellness rituals
  • Oil and wine tasting at a local farm
  • Airport transfers from Syros Airport
  • Welcome gift pack

 

    Not included

    • Travel arrangements
    • Travel insurance: to participate on our retreats, it is obligatory to have a travel insurance. You can also buy it by clicking here.

      Price

      EARLY BIRD PRICE (until 1 July 2020)
      EUR 2.250 / person for shared double room
      EUR 3.250 / person for single room
      EUR 4.500 for 2 people in a double room with shared double bed (this is a special offer for couples or friends)

      Payment plan:
      25% downpayment no secure your spot.
      50% of outstanding payment 3 months before the retreat.
      Outstanding payment 1 month before the retreat.

        Instructor

        Tracy Aleksic

        Experienced yoga teacher, Yoga Alliance educational provider (YACEP), Thai massage therapist, and studying Yoga Therapist (C-I.A.Y.T.) .

        THE PROGRAM

        Details of program (10 – 17 July, 2021)

        Daily schedule

        Yoga

        Breakfast

        Beach, Sightseeing, Visits

        Wine and olive oil tasting

        Gastronomic experience in local restaurant in port

        Retreat accommodation

        In a stunning eco farm in stylish, refurbished, 220 year old historic villas overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.
        Villa 1: 1 double bed, 2 twin beds
        Villa 2: 1 double bed, 2 twin beds
        Villa 3: small studio – BOOKED
        Villa 4: 1 large double bed – BOOKED
        Villa 5: 2 bedrooms with large double bed
        Overflow property available in case of single rooms bookings

        Location

        When Greek islands are mentioned, Santorini sunsets and Mykonos alleyways instantly come to mind – an exalted portrait of summer perfection. But for a slice of Greek bliss without the crowds, your best bet lies in Syros, the administrative capital of the Cyclades group and one of its smallest islands.

        From the moment the ferry reaches the port, Syros reveals its resplendent pastel-hued villas cascading down the Ermoupoli hill and glistening in the Aegean sun. With a rich history and culture influenced by past rulers and boasting two towns – one Orthodox, the other Catholic – the sophisticated landscape of Syros offers many surprises.

        Elegant Ermoupoli

        Founded as an extension to the already existing Ano Syros settlement, Ermoupoli (or Hermoupolis) came into existence during the Greek War of Independence in the 1820s with the arrival of a wave of refugees from other Greek islands such as Chios, Psara and Crete. The new dwellers transformed the town into a major trading centre connecting the east to the west, contributing with their skills to the cultural boom that followed. Schools, printing presses and museums rapidly emerged.

        Thanks to the rise of the bourgeoisie and flourishing arts, the ‘City of Hermes’ (fittingly named after the Greek god of trade) grew its amphitheatrically set layout with neoclassical buildings, crayon-like mansions and striking churches. The monumental Town Hall on cafe-dotted Plateia Miaouli, the Apollo Theatre and the blue-domed Agios Nikolaos Church stand out as its most iconic sights.

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