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Lanzarote Retreat

Lanzarote retreat Lanzarote retreat? Yes, Kalindi is also an ideal place to host retreats, group stay, or just a place to stay a few days and unwind from the bustle of daily life and reconnect with who you are and what you want. A retreat of a few days in Lanzarote help you feel isolated from everything, to leave the past where it is, in the past. A retreat in Kalindi allow us to rest and recuperate. Starting with a yoga session in the morning, sometimes meditations or nature walks, then we have the option to order breakfast for later relax in a hammock under the tree, on our sunny terrace or on a sofa in our chill-out area. If we want to go exploring Lanzarote, Roy gives explanations on the island for everyone. Either you are adventurer who want to hike and for those they desire beach or walks through native areas like La Geria, visiting it’s wineries or visit charming places such as the Cesar Manrique museum, the Lagomar or the Museo Agricola el Patio, very close to Tao. Kalindi is also an ideal place in Lanzarote for other more intensive retreat, as our detox retreats, a body […]

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Yoga Holiday in Lanzarote

Yoga Holiday in Lanzarote Why Yoga Holiday in Lanzarote? Well, after discovering yoga, ayurveda, and his whole philosophy on our trip to India, we wanted to share here in Lanzarote this way of understanding and practicing these disciplines, obviously adapted to our space and our time. We offer a mix of hata yoga, vinyasa yoga, yoga nidra, pranayama, and different types of meditation, something unique in Lanzarote in a hostel or cottage. YOGA Holiday in Lanzarote Kalindi then becomes an ideal place for a retreat, disconnect and reconnect through practice and rest, nature, silence place and of course, sharing as well with other guests with the same mentality or looking for this lifestyle. Roy shares each morning in the yoga studio Kalindi a practice where you can discover the benefits of yoga, a gentle and harmonious, as well as meditation and conscious breathing. The yoga that’s practiced in Kalindi is adapted to the level and needs of the customers we have. Normally the level is beginner, also helping who has never done yoga venturing you to try how it feels. When attendees have a higher level exercises more demanding asanas techniques are also added. In any case, the goal of […]

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10 Things You Can’t Miss in Lanzarote

Planning a holiday to Lanzarote? Take a look at our top ten things to do while you’re here… 1. Timanfaya National Park This national park’s landscape looks like something you’d expect to find Dr Who stumbling about on. It’s dusty, bleak and covered with volcanic ridges and rocks. But this isn’t the setting of a BBC sci-fi programme. It’s what was left behind after the Montañas del Fuego – a group of more than 100 volcanoes – let rip in the 1730s. It’s also Lanzarote’s number one attraction. 2. Cesar Manrique Foundation Lanzarote’s famous artist, Cesar Manrique, was a man who knew how to play scratch cards and led by example. He didn’t just lobby for strict planning rules in Lanzarote, but he built his house following his guidelines, too. His home is now a museum run by the Cesar Manrique Foundation. From the front, it looks like any other whitewashed Canarian house, but step inside, and you’ll find futuristic rooms tucked into volcanic caves 3. Rancho Texas Park Dig out your cowboy hat for a day out at Lanzarote’s biggest theme park, Rancho Texas Park. The whole place is themed around the Wild West, and activities like pony rides, canoeing […]

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WorkAway.Info – Life as a Volunteer at Kalindi

Life as a volunteer at Kalindi goes slow and calm but also funny, healthy and homie. The day begins with a yoga/stretching session with Roy. Then, with the mind and body in full balance, we drink a tea or coffee and start to offer our skills and capabilities to help this wonderful place grow! Either you are a creative digital marketer, an imaginative handyman or a thorough cleaner you have a place in Kalindi! Around 14:00 we taste Nohemy’s alternative cooking, full of nutrients and so delicious! The rest of the day is free so the volunteers can explore this magical island, practice water sports of all kinds, do hiking, practice meditation and yoga. Keep your mind on the tides and wind because we often take our surf boards and go surfing at “Caleta de Cabello” or where the waves are better. On Sunday mornings we go to the market of Teguise and taste the local’s production and of course Nohemi and Roy’s cactus omelette. While walking in the market, you can find local handicrafts, T-shirts, aloe vera creams and much more. Do not miss it! 

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Latest Testimonials

Since opening last month Kalindi has been busy making improvements and welcoming new guests. To see and hear more about all the positive things people have been saying about us head over to our testimonials page on TripAdvisor.

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