Yin and Yang with Simona

The Marndadee Heritage, Chiang Mai, 24-28 October 2020

Balancing your Yin and Yang is about managing the different elements of your life in even proportions. In today’s fast-paced and sometimes chaotic world, the key is to “turn off” the unimportant and open yourself up to all things that feed your soul. Creating a personalised script for a balanced life starts with small steps. Begin by making time for the crucial things in your life and build from there.

A life among antiques can slow things down, making us stop and contemplate the beauty of old workmanship and artistry and its history. At The Marndadee Heritage Chiang Mai, 80% of the furnishings and décor are antiques, distinguishing every room with an individual touch. A cupboard once owned by a British resident of Burma, a bed of British origin that came from India and a sofa from Germany are just a few of the eclectic collection of the resort’s furniture.

Over the 5 days, grab a book and lounge in one of the many hidden nooks on the grounds, take a dip in the gorgeous pool or explore the city markets for simple craft – all in addition to the daily yoga sessions. Deepen your connection with nature and refuel your mind, body and spirit with Simona.

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SINGLE ROOM: To be confirmed

TWIN-SHARING ROOM (pls book as a pair): To be confirmed

Bookings are not open yet. Save the dates and stay tuned for more updates.

Cost includes:

  • 5 days and 4 nights of accommodation in a Colonial Room.
  • Airport transfers
  • 2 yoga sessions daily (except for arrival and departure day, and those days when there is a day trip scheduled)
  • 1 day trip into the city
  • All breakfasts and 2 dinner meals – first and last night.

What is not included:

  • Airfares
  • Travel insurance
  • Visas
  • Alcohol
  • Other expenses of a personal nature

To book, simply call 9781 3403 or email MyMat@KatePorterYoga.comRooms are on a first-come-first-serve basis.

About Simona:

Simona was introduced to yoga at the tender age of seven by her parents who were yoga practitioners. But her interest in yoga turned into a passion when she was studying Economics in University. Since then, she has practised and studied under different teachers around the world, including India.

As an Ashtanga and Iyengar based teacher, Simona is exposed to various form and styles of yoga including Hatha, Yin and  Universal Yoga. She has lived in Singapore for more than a decade and has taught in various yoga centres.

Simona has led multiple yoga retreats and she tries to create a wonderful atmosphere where everyone feels encouraged and inspired to progress at his or her individual level. More on her here.