Keiritas Yoga on Phi Phi
Welcome to Keiritas yoga on Phi Phi island. Keira draws from a complementary mix of varying yoga styles which are predominantly Hatha and Ashtanga based depending on class level. All classes are small and personal with ten or fewer per group. Private classes are also available on request.
All classes are held in the Mama Beach residence with beautiful views over Ton Sai Bay and in the state of the art fitness center located in the Banyan Villa Hotel
About your time here
While I don’t offer a regimented retreat style vacation here anyone is free to drop in to whichever of my classes are appropriate to your mood for the week. With choices from absolute beginners to intermediate and advanced and with private classes arranged on request for whatever level you should choose there is something for everyone. Also you are free to get up when you want, eat whatever you want and whenever you wish, there are none of the confines of a retreat holiday.
Aside from the yoga class or classes your days are free to partake in any of the numerous activities Phi Phi has to offer such as the diving, which is in every way complementary to the yoga. Diving helps with regulating the breathing in yoga and incorporating a steady, calm state of mind under the water
Likewise if you are new to diving but have practiced yoga already, the control of the breath helps with becoming accustomed to the breathing practices of diving which makes it a more familiar and less intimidating new experience for those who have not tried it before. Diving can even be looked at as a form of graceful, weightless, moving meditation where you are at one with the silent underwater world.
An endless list of other activities is available for those of you seeking alternate thrills, these include but are not limited to, rock climbing, kayaking, paragliding, water skiing or wakeboarding, cookery courses, and Carlitos fire school where you learn to use the poi or fire stick! They also offer Thai kickboxing classes.
There are endless hikes around the island which can be guided by the Adventure Club or you can do these alone. You can go on the sunset snorkeling trip to Maya Bay (the beach from "The Beach") or for the very early risers partake in some dawn snorkeling with the black tip reef sharks off Long Beach.
For the more sedate travellers you can always learn the art Thai massage to any level at Narada Massage Center. If this all seems like too much work you may alternatively pamper yourself with receiving thai massage, aromatherapy, facials and reflexology instead!
Or if that lengthy list of things to do has tired you out you may resort to simply being content to lay by the pool or beach, reading, relaxing and working on that tan!