Another Blissful Location for Yoga Class in Luang Prabang
Last month, I had been invited by General Manager of Chanthavinh Resort & Spa to visit the place. He was seeking for activities to served guests while staying in the resort. Yoga is one of them.
It was tranquil and peaceful place for relaxing doing nothing by the Mekhong River.
Have some touching feeling from photos.
The Pier of Chanthavinh Resort and Spa reach there only 5 minutes to be at Bann Chan Village from Luang Prabang side.
Large Garden surrounded by native plants and flowers.
A garden under big trees beside Mekhong River soothing with breeze.
Vegetarian dish with fresh tasty vegetables grow in the resort organic garden.
There are choices to set up the Yoga & Meditation Class. In the conference room with wooden floor.
Outdoor locations in any garden you like.
Or if you always practice Yoga on your own, the Chanthavinh Resort and Spa is also a good choice to accommodate. Recommend to settle yourself as the first day/night of relaxing during your long trip then explore Luang Prabang in the following days by staying in the old quater.
Yoga as Meditation in Luang Prabang With Reiki Master/ Yoga Teacher Meena From October 18, 2009 to March 20, 2010 (1 month off : December 21, 2009 to January 20, 2010)
Schedule: Every Tue Sat Time: 07:00 to 08:30 am. Venue: Dhammada Massage Place, Near the water lily pond Fee: ask info. at Dhammada Massage Place Tel. 071 212 642 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Special Thanks: Mr. Bon & Mr. Rak
**Note: Appointment for a private class/session at your hotel also available: contact Meena's Mobile Phone: 020 777 4755
Beauty of Water Lily in the Pond at Dhammada Massage Place
Luang Prabang is one of most beautiful and peaceful town in the world. The atmosphere and culture of this world heritage town enable us to fill up with living energy. Spending time here makes you feel relaxed. This serene place is a retreat for your mind and body. Yoga & Meditation sessions help you to feel calm & peaceful.
Welcome to practice Yoga in front of Dhammada Massage Place. It is beautiful atmosphere in the heart of Luang Prabang Town near a pink water lily pond. You will feel calm & peaceful when spend time at the place.
Meena, a Yoga Teacher/Reiki Master, who loves to practice Yoga, Active Meditation, Qi-gong, Thai Royal Massage, and definitely Reiki, found that Luang Prabang is suitable for practicing Yoga and Meditation, which are all parts of Wellness Lifestyle living. She began to share her Yoga practice with others in December 2007.
Yoga & Meditation sessions will be offered again from October this year (2009) until March 2010.
Tourists joined yoga practice in outdoor space
When it is in Raining season or when the weather is too cold, we could practice in the studio.
Meena said After I had experienced Yoga practice since recovering from a period of illness, I realized that my health is better, my body is more flexible, and stronger with more energy. Besides of practicing several types of Yoga, I continue practicing Yoga as Meditation.
"Slow movement with awareness. Be conscious with every movement ones make. Breathe normally."
This is the way to start the day before you enjoy exploring Luang Prabang
She has her first book published in Thailand on January 2009. It is called From Chaotic Running to Peaceful Walking and is written about her cancer treatment, surgery & chemotherapy, and how she changed her life from a busy marketing communications manager in large firm in Bangkok to become a Yoga Teacher/Reiki master, living in Luang Prabang. Meena is a pescetarian who keen on cooking an anti-cancer diet. She always cooks with less oil, low salt, and certainly no MSG. She has created Lao, Thai, Indian, Chinese recipes for a healthy vegetarian diet. She has been living the Wellness Lifestyle in her little villa near the Mekong River, in Luang Prabang, World Heritage Town since July 2006.
In August 2008, Meena started volunteer work to teach basic yoga postures and meditation to teenagers at Childrens Cultural Center, Luang Prabang (CCC). Meena welcomes donations to support her volunteer work such as yoga mats (10 US$ per unit) to be used at CCC for next year.
Teenagers at the Luang Prabang CCC practice Yoga postures. In 2009, it was no Yoga mat available so we do practice mostly standing postures and only some sitting postures.
Comments from Participants: ++ Thank you for a wonderful class. I found it to be relaxing and allowed me to slow down my thoughts. Thanks for being in Luang Prabang....Dhara Moddel Canada
++This was a wonderful class great atmosphere and great teacher! Made me realize how stiff Ive become lately but also has inspired me to get back to more yoga. Thank you......Pam Schmoll - USA
++Many thanks for sharing your energy and spirit. Meeting you and taking your yoga lessons was inspirational and I shall carry happy memories of Luang Prabang and the Lily Pond forever.....Sam Maguire Edinburgh
++Thank you for the very delicate, mindful and peaceful class. Your awareness brings beautiful life to your students and the class......Sarah Smucker -- Ohio, USA
++I really enjoy your class. I've been practicing Yoga for sometime in different places in Asia. And your class is one of the most relaxing, enjoying classes I have. : Paco-Francisco Zatarain -- Maxico --------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Yoga at Kwang Si waterfall in early morning during Yoga & Nature Cure Retreat Course at Vanvisar Resort homestay.
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