Travel yoga can be a challenge, especially in remote locations or areas that simply don’t offer yoga classes.
Luckily I’m spending the summer in Hoi An, a town that has managed to create a perfect balance between touristy offerings (waxing! Western-style lattes! Fast WiFi!) and authentic Vietnamese culture (coffee! plastic chairs! swimming in your pajamas!).
That means that yoga studios don’t dot every corner like in over-touristed Luang Prabang, but the yoga classes that are offered here in Hoi An are dynamite.
Stephanie of Hoi An Yoga in Hoi An, Vietnam invited me to do “rice paddy yoga” just outside the city.
The surroundings were gorgeous – you really are in the middle of rice fields, and on the way there I biked past many people working in the paddies. They were wearing traditional hats, raking the land with rusty tools, the whole nine yards.
I had never done yoga outside before, and being able to breathe fresh air while watching the sun set over the river was a truly spiritual experience.
When you’re in Hoi An you can book with Stephanie by visiting http://HoiAnYoga.com.
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1. Travel yoga is a great way to stay fit on the road - you can do it inside during bad weather and outside during great weather!
2. Travel yoga in Asia is a lot cheaper than yoga back home - $5-$7 per class instead of $10-$15 per class or more.
3. In Hoi An, you can do yoga on the beach and yoga in a rice paddy with Stephanie from Hoi An Yoga.
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