Photo: The yoga platform at Why Nam.

Where to do yoga on Ko Pha Ngan

Ko Pha Ngan’s spiritual pull draws yogis from all corners of the world to its pristine shores but where are the best classes on the island, and what's involved? Here's a selection of a few yoga schools and locations worth considering, so that you can easily choose which one is best for you and your schedule.


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Perched on a hillside overlooking thick jungle and set back about one kilometre from Haad Salad, The Yoga Retreat is a wonderful place to relax and focus on your well being. Students here are often on week- or month-long retreats, and some of the classes are limited to a minimum one-week daily commitment. Three classes allow drop-ins, for a cost of 300 baht.

Set by the ocean in the Seethanu area, Orion Healing Centre is ideally located for mindful yoga sessions, and offers multiple classes a day. Orion also provides longer yoga packages, teacher training and detox courses among others. See their website for full details. Drop-in is 400 baht.

The three beaches of Haad Thian, Haad Yuan and Why Nam on Ko Pha Ngan's east coast are very popular with yoga-inclined travellers. The Sanctuary on Haad Thian offers a variety of activities including thrice daily yoga classes on the rise behind the resort - drop-in costs 350 baht. Bamboo Huts on Haad Yuan is extremely popular with yoga teacher training courses, including Blooming Lotus Yoga and on Haad Why Nam there is a yoga platform on the headland where yoga sessions are held early most mornings.

Blooming Lotus Yoga http://www.thailandyoga.net/
Orion Healing Center, 15/2 Moo 8, Sri Thanu T: (077) 445 966 www.orionhealing.com/
The Sanctuary http://www.thesanctuarythailand.com/
The Yoga Retreat hills behind Haad Salad. T: (077) 374 310; www.yogaretreat-kohphangan.com/


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Last updated on 26th October, 2016.


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