7 Reasons Why You Should Attend a Yoga Retreat in Sri Lanka

7 Reasons Why You Should Attend a Yoga Retreat in Sri Lanka

7 Reasons Why You Should Attend a Yoga Retreat in Sri Lanka

Everyone knows that Yoga is a mind relaxing exercise that is available across many of the countries in the world. Then why should you choose to do Yoga in Sri Lanka and why it is not incorrect to say that Sri Lanka is the best place to do Yoga. Without much talk let’s move on to see why.


Why choose a Yoga Retreat in Sri Lanka?


1.      Sri Lanka Scenery 


Despite being a relatively small island, Sri Lanka is endowed with a diverse collection of landscapes, climates and natural features. Sri Lanka’s infamous beaches have been enticing visitors for many years. These landscapes will give you the ideal environment to engage in Yoga. It is the specialty in a Yoga Retreat in Sri Lanka. When you do yoga in a yoga retreat in Sri Lanka, the surrounding environment around them will help you achieve that ideal place in mind by relaxing you mentally. 


2.      Sri Lankan Yoga



Even though yoga is a body and mind practice commonly found in almost every country, the yoga you do in Sri Lanka can only be found in Sri Lanka. Sri Lankan yoga is done in a way that seeks to improve the mind-body balance through a focus on muscle tone, strength and stamina, which with regular practice will help you increase flexibility, reduce stress and tension and improve balance.


3.      Well Experienced Yoga Trainers



Sri Lanka can be termed as an “Expert” in yoga, as we have been engaged in yoga for years and as a result we have the best Yoga trainers here in Sri Lanka. Even those who are totally new to yoga and have never engaged in yoga before in their lives, can quickly catch up this art through the individual guidance of our well experienced trainers.


4.      Meet & Bond with people from all over the World


Sri Lanka is a well known tourism hub across the globe. Every year millions of people are visiting Sri Lanka from different parts of the world. As a result, if you happen to visit a yoga retreat in Sri Lanka you will at least get to meet people from 10 to 15 different countries. You will also get to attend to yoga sessions with these people and meet like minded people, which will be an exciting bonding experience.


5.      Affordability

There are many tourist destinations such as Sri Lanka, but what is so special about Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka is much more affordable than the majority of the popular tourist destinations in the world. Therefore as a result you could attend a yoga retreat in Sri Lanka for a comparatively low cost and enjoy a variety of services from yoga classes, Ayurveda retreats and even yoga vacations.


6.      The most beautiful places to see



Sri Lanka has the most beautiful tourist attractions and they are on every corner of the country. Sigiriya, Nuwara Eliya, Kandy, Ella, Haputale to name a few of the most popular tourist attractions in the country. So if you choose a yoga retreat in Sri Lanka it will definitely not just be about yoga, you will get the opportunity to visit these ravishing places. The best part about this is that, since Sri Lanka is a small island you will get to visit a lot of places with less time.



As discussed before, Sri Lanka has some infamous beaches that have been enticing visitors for many years. Do you know for what these beaches in Sri Lanka is famous for? It is “surfing”. Many of the tourists who visit Sri Lanka happen to really enjoy surfing. Do you know what else is interesting about surfing? It really goes hand in hand with yoga. Mirissa, Unawatuna and Weligama to name a few of the popular beaches for surfing.


7.      Wildlife in Sri Lanka



Sri Lanka is one of the finest wildlife watching countries in South Asia. The island may be small in size, but the variety of habitats, and the wildlife found there, would do justice to a country many times its size. Even a visitor with only the most casual of interest can’t help but be overawed by the sight of great herds of elephants and elusive leopards. Udawalawe, Kumana, Yala, Minneriya and Wilpattu to name a few of the popular national parks in the country.

Are you a person who is into both Yoga and wildlife? Then you should definitely checkout this Yoga Journey by Ella Yoga Hub where you could enjoy yoga and wildlife both at the same time.


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