Sunday, December 23, 2007

Yoga Volunteer Retreats


Imagine where you could be and what you could be doing.

CorePower Yoga is pleased to announce a special partnership with i-to-i, a life-changing travel community. At CorePower Yoga, it's our goal to provide our yoga students and guests with a unique experience, and we think teaming with i-to-i is a powerful way to impact the experience of others. i-to-i travel is designed to make finding your ideal travel excursion as easy as possible, whether you're interested in volunteer travel, cultural tours or Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL).

A trip with i-to-i is for you if:

• You want to gain a unique insight into a foreign culture, and make a positive contribution to the world we live in.
• You’re determined to find a way to improve the lives of others.
• You’re constantly pursuing ways to mentally and spiritually grow.
• You have a strong desire to leave a mark on society.

Why i-to-i?

Volunteering with i-to-i will provide you with an unforgettable opportunity. Whether it’s working at a sea turtle conservation in Costa Rica, or teaching English at a bi-lingual school in Buenos Aires, Argentina, you’re assured the trip of a lifetime.

By traveling with i-to-i you will not only get to see a world that backpackers and tourists dream of, but you'll be making a difference in the future of some of the world's poorest communities and most endangered environments.

Trips can last from two to 24 weeks, so whether you're planning a year away, a career break, a long-anticipated adventure or if you're just looking for a more interesting summer holiday, check out the links below, get inspired and get out there.

How much do trips cost?

The trips range in price depending on a number of factors including lodging, length of stay, destination, etc. Check out the web site for a detailed pricing break down.

For more information:

Please click here to visit the i-to-i website and if you have any questions please feel free to fill out our feedback form.


Ritesh said...

Yoga is an art of discipline that was developed by an Indian Hindu named Patanjali. Retreat

about benefits of yoga exercises, yoga meditation, yoga practice.

Kimberly said...

I like this discipline because it helps you be more relaxed and stay calm. When I travelled to Argentina, after I got one of those Buenos Aires apartments I was very tense so I hired a yoga instructor that came to my place. That is the good thing of renting an apartment rather than staying in a hotel.