Yoga holidays for singles over 30

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Yoga holidays for singles over 30

It goes without saying that a yoga holiday offers you the perfect opportunity to escape the daily grind, relax and unwind. But did you know yoga holidays are also a great option for solo travellers?

In fact, over 80% of our guests who join a yoga retreat travel solo. Why? Simple really, the group yoga sessions are in ideal way to meet like-minded people and the group meals give you the chance to strike up new friendships in a relaxed and friendly environment.

So if you’re keen to get away and want to ensure there will be others with similar interests and of similar ages on your solo trip, here are our most popular yoga holidays for singles over 30…

Please note that the following holidays are open to all ages over 18 with no upper age limit but tend to attract solo travellers in the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s.

1. Yoga and Pilates holiday – Fuerteventura, Spain

Yoga group meditate outdoors with big gong

Yoga lessons make use of the stunning outdoor spaces

This award-winning yoga retreat is one of our most popular and rated highly by returning guests. Located in the heart of the island, away from the hustle and bustle, you can unwind and relax in the onsite gardens and lovely outdoor pool.

All levels and experiences are welcome and you’ll practise yoga and/or Pilates twice a day. You’ll also have the chance to catch up with the other guests during the group brunches and dinners – all delicious vegetarian food created by the onsite nutritionist and chef.

There is a range of accommodation options to suit all budgets. You can choose whether you would prefer to indulge in your own private space or share with another solo traveller of the same sex to keep costs down.

Find out how you can book Europe’s leading yoga retreat for your next holiday.

2. Yoga and meditation retreat – Sintra, Portugal

group yoga class do tree yoga pose in studio

Calming practice in the indoor yoga studio

This gorgeous coastal region of Portugal is not to be missed for any lover of nature and the great outdoors. It’s the perfect location for a rejuvenating yoga holiday, tucked away near the seaside village of Azenhas do Mar and Sintra National Park, yet only 40 minutes from Lisbon airport.

The retreat is run by passionate yogis and surfers, Patricia and Zarqa, who’ll lead you through great yoga and meditation sessions (Vinyasa flow in the mornings and Hatha in the evenings) as well as prepare great nutritious food for you. And if you crave some adventure, why not add on a surf lesson or two while you are there?

Here is what returning guest Marta said about her holiday:

“I had a wonderful time in Sintra. The hosts are friendly, caring and excellent teachers. It was a week full of discovery of myself and finding a new way of life. I enjoyed the yoga sessions and meditation which I still continue. The vegetarian food was delicious and fresh. Highly recommend visiting.”

Book your yoga holiday in Portugal here.

Read more: Meet Zarqa and Patricia, our yoga instructors in Portugal

3. Yoga retreat – Tamraght, Morocco

yoga lesson outside on Moroccan holiday

Energising yoga under the Moroccan sun

Set in the laid-back Moroccan village of Tamraght, this retreat is ideal for those on a budget, without compromising quality tuition or a warm group atmosphere.

Morning yoga sessions will leave you energised for the day ahead, whereas the evening sunset sessions will help you to relax and restore. Your daily practice here could cover Hatha, Yin, Vinyasa flow or even Nidra.

This holiday tends to attract younger guests but all ages are more than welcome to join. Accommodation is set in one of two Moroccan style surf & yoga houses, where you can share a room with other solo travellers or upgrade to your own private one.

Find out how you can join this yoga retreat in Morocco on your next holiday.

4. Yoga holiday – Casperia, Italy

yoga group gather for photo on outdoor platform

Ready for the next yoga session in the treetop platform

Based in the pretty hilltop village of Casperia just 1 hour north of Rome, is this eco-friendly yoga retreat. You’ll practice Hatha yoga daily in a fun and friendly environment and slow down to the pace of Italian village life in the Sabina Mountains.

This holiday is always a popular choice with our solo travellers as you can also add fun activities such as cooking, horse riding and cycling to your day, to really make the most of your time in Italy.

Run by Lucy, a Hatha yoga teacher and her Italian husband Alan, a local of Casperia, this yoga retreat supports the rural community of the Sabina Hills bringing tourism, creating jobs and supporting local businesses to enhance the village economy.

Returning guest Maite said:

“It was a lovely place; the staff in the retreat were very friendly and helpful. The accommodation was cosy and clean. The breakfast was delicious and the yoga amazing and transforming! I want to go back!”

Find out more about this yoga holiday in Italy here.

5. Yoga and wellness retreat – Koh Samui Island, Thailand

Yoga students practise yoga on outdoor platform in Thailand

Yoga with a beach view – ideal

Spoil yourself rotten on this holiday with 6 spa treatments included in the price of your holiday! Choose from massages, facials and scrubs for the ultimate retreat experience and some much-needed ‘me-time’.

Obviously not forgetting the 5 hours of daily activity you are free to join, with a range of yoga, meditation and cycle core fitness classes to choose from. Yoga is suitable for all levels and based on Vinyasa, Ashtanga and restorative Asana practice.

Guest review: Find out what Mira thought about her singles yoga holiday in Thailand

This eco-friendly yoga retreat is just a stone’s throw from the beach and the spacious beautifully decorated ensuite bedrooms don’t disappoint either.

Book your yoga holiday in Thailand here.


Want to know more? Why not continue to browse our range of yoga holidays?

Or if yoga is not your thing, feel free to take a look at our full range of singles holidays here.

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