When the world feels like it’s spinning to all directions, one natural disaster leads to another, and every choice we make is or can be the adding fuel to the

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Why solo travel is a must

By Nika Bosnic for Summersalt Yoga I did my first solo travel one year ago. One week in Bali was long enough to get the first taste of how it

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The Land of Canyons, Arches & Tailgating

By Laima Urbonaite for Summersalt Yoga I’ve never been to the U.S. before, but it felt like I was going to a place I know very well. It’s because so

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Tuk-Tuk meditations in Sri Lanka

By Milda Urban, Summersalt Yoga founder What’s there to do on a dark and gloomy winter day? Look for a place to escape the approaching cold winter. Since I’ve already

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Falling in love with South Korea

By Igne Aleliunas, for Summersalt yoga Although quite small, South Korea packs a powerful punch. Its rich history, diverse culture and delicious cuisine create a wonderful experience for anyone willing

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Kyoto – a city where freedom and traditions go hand in hand

By Igne Aleliunas for Summersalt Yoga Kyoto welcomes us with blistering heat. After a full day of walking, our feet are covered with dust and the sun ruthlessly shines in

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Myanmar – a land of gems, dust and kindness

By Milda Urban, Summersalt Yoga founder “You should bring Croatian tourists to Myanmar and to Bagan”, says the guy next to us, on top of a hundred years old temple

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Artist Izzy Dempsey: my proudest achievement so far is redefining what success means to me

Interview by Milda Urban, Summersalt Yoga founder One of our favourite (if not THE favourite) parts of yoga retreats is meeting and connecting with wonderful souls from all over the

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The Essence of Saudade

By Vanessa Fleming, Summersalt Yoga teacher Every time I’ve been to Portugal, there’s this unspoken, intangible but very palpable feeling. It’s like magic…I feel as though I’ve been whisked away

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Meditation on the road – an inward journey

By Milda Urban, Summersalt Yoga founder Visiting the land down under (yes, I said it) was one of the things I’ve ALWAYS wanted to do. It took a while for

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