November 1, 2020 Nairobi, Lake Nakuru and Masai Mara
Kenya is the home of the Safari. The lure of Kenya has always been the same, the sheer variety of landscape, wildlife, human cultures and experience. For over a hundred years Kenya has attracted adventurers and romantics from all over the globe. This has been the setting of some of history’s greatest adventure tales. This is the home of Out of Africa, a place where setting out on an adventure into the wilderness became an age old tradition. The spirit of the Safari lives on today. The romance of sundown drinks and of evenings around a campfire with the distant roar of a lion in the African night is found in Kenya. Everyone should have the opportunity once in their lifetime to stand on the great plains of the Masai Mara Serengeti to witness one of the last major migrations on planet earth. Mix this with two yoga sessions a day and the luxury accommodations of authentic Africa of days gone by, and you have more than hundreds of great images, but an experience of a lifetime.
The breathtaking scenery and views of East Africa offers the ideal environment for inspirational yoga practices. Lynda emphasizes deep spaces of calm and connection with the land through mindful movement, meditation and pranayama, guided and inspired by the rich imagery of the natural wilderness. Participants will wake each morning to a yoga practice that awakens and focuses the senses for their amazing day’s exploration and will close the evening with a practice for surrendering into balance and relaxation.