Mojo Rising Yoga launches virtual yoga retreat

Mojo Rising Yoga is launching a virtual yoga retreat to support people’s mental and physical wellness as well as raise money for charities during COVID-19 outbreak.

Mojo Rising Yoga, a yoga retreat in Ibiza is taking its expertly guided sessions online to help people during the lockdown. It is set to include a series of virtual yoga sessions that will be livestreamed through Instagram.

Concept behind the virtual yoga retreat is to bring the positive energy and mindfulness which the retreat offers in Ibiza, to people in their own homes. The launch of the virtual retreat comes as Mojo Rising Yoga postpone the public launch of their Spanish island retreat, which had been set to open in May.

Lockdown restrictions, health precautions and concerns over loved ones, job security and the economy, make this an incredibly challenging time for everyone, which can take a toll on both mental and physical health. Yoga helps in both mental and physical wellness, through alleviating stress, reducing muscle tension and calming the nervous system.

The yoga specialists are hoping to take the positive action of the virtual yoga retreat one step further, by raising money for charity with each of the sessions. While the virtual yoga retreat will be entirely free to join, Mojo Rising Yoga are asking for a nominal donation from participants where possible. Each of the sessions will support a different charity playing a vital role during this time, with all funds raised going directly to charity.

Mojo Rising Yoga will also be donating £100 to each of the charities, alongside the donations raised from participants. Additionally, Mojo Rising Yoga will match every donation with an equivalent discount off a future booking at their Ibiza retreat.

The first cause which the virtual yoga retreat will be supporting is helping the refugee crisis. Those living in refugee camps are facing more challenging times than ever before, as their conditions make precautionary measures such as social distancing impossible.

Future causes which Mojo Rising Yoga aim to support include mental health, NHS workers, and help for the homeless. This week being Mental Health Awareness retreat Mojo Rising Yoga are keen to spread the word of their new Virtual Yoga Retreat.

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