Sunday, December 23, 2007
Yoga Volunteer Retreats
i-to-i AND COREPOWER YOGA PARTNERSHIP
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.
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.
Posted by Emily Carlson at 2:59 PM