The tropical paradise island of Langkawi in Malaysia is the perfect place for your yoga retreat.
The warm climate, the sea air, the slow pace of life and the tranquil environment all make Langkawi the ideal yoga destination.
On your yoga retreat:
If you are new to yoga, then a yoga retreat will give you a comprehensive introduction to this ancient practice. If you are already an experienced yoga practitioner then you will be able to deepen your yoga practice in a peaceful and beautiful setting.
Choose your yoga retreat.
Relaxed Yoga Retreat
Thie yoga retreat is suitable for all levels, including beginners, with free time in the afternoon for sightseeing, etc...
Intensive Yoga Retreat
A more physically and mentally challenging yoga retreat that will allow you to go deeper into the yoga practice. It is also suitable for beginners.
Nature Discovery Yoga Retreat
This yoga retreat includes afternoons discovering some of the pristine natural highlights of this magnificent island, including the unique mangrove eco-systems and the world’s most ancient coastal mountainous rainforest.
Yoga retreats are held at our yoga studio in a peaceful setting by the paddy fields a few minutes drive from Pantai Cenang beach.
Full day, full on yoga workshop
Don't have the time to join a full retreat?
Then join a one-day yoga workshop in Langkawi.
This intensive full day (6.30 am - 6.30 pm) is ideal for you to deepen your yoga practice. Includes Asana, Pranayama, Meditation, Kriyas and a strength and flexibility session.
Simple vegetarian meals, snacks and beverages included. Read more...
What type of yoga do you teach?
Yoga classes and yoga retreats at Yoga Now Malaysia are based on traditional Hatha Yoga - a combination of Asanas (postures) and Pranayama (breathing techniques) and relaxation, that has given benefit to millions of practitioners over thousands of years.
We focus on the basic essentials of yoga that have long since proved their usefulness to humanity.
If Yoga had a flavour, at Yoga Now it would be good old fashioned plain vanilla.
The concentration and awareness that yoga exercises require, helps to train the mind to bring more awareness into daily life. Yoga is about being in the present, living each moment to the fullest and getting more out of life NOW.
Disclaimer: In November 2008 the Malaysian National Fatwa Council shocked the world by imposing a fatwa on yoga in Malaysia. According to this ruling Muslims may not practice yoga in Malaysia.
According to the terms of our business license Yoga Now is obliged to respect this ruling and not accept any Muslims for our yoga classes, yoga workshops or any of our yoga retreats held in Malaysia.
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience or offence this may cause and we thank you for your understanding.
Marc and Meng Foong
It is very important to value all religious systems. Although they may have great philosophical differences, they all have precepts for cultivating a good attitude toward others and helping them.
- Dalai Lama
Yoga Now studio - a peaceful setting for yoga practice.