When you think of Marbella you might think first of golf or water sports. But there are still many more ways to relax than that, and if you’re interested in yoga Marbella has a number of classes that make the most of the beautiful scenery and work around the warmer climate with sessions at cooler parts of the day.
Mahiki Beach has a weekly beach yoga session that launched a couple of years ago. It takes place in front of Fuerte Hotel on Paseo Maritimo and the instructor has nearly 30 years experience in yoga. It’s a chilled out session at an affordable price.
Other hotels dabble in providing yoga classes in their establishments. The Boardwalk offers two classes a week in Stala Yoga. They pitch themselves at all levels, stating that ‘if you can move and you can breath then you can do yoga.’ The price of the lesson includes a tea or coffee afterwards, but if you’ve built up and appetite there’s nothing to stop you from staying a bit longer and checking out their menu.
If you’re looking to involve the whole family and also looking to occupy your children for a while, ‘Yoga Bears’ offers a wide range of classes at different times all along the Costa del Sol. Aimed at kids aimed from 2 to 12, they involve story telling and games to entertain as well as help development emotionally, physically and socially.
You’re not limited to classes. If you’re experienced in yoga, or even if you have a programme you follow on your phone or by audio, there is a large number of beaches you can use for yoga Marbella wide. The advantage of doing things on your own means that you can work to your own schedule and make the most of the amazing sunrises and sunsets.
Or why not hire your own teacher such as Kirsty Wells who can do one to one sessions or group sessions in your home, in the park or on the beach.