The popularity of yoga has grown in recent years. Studies have proven yoga's numerous benefits, while healthcare professionals and various researches also accept and recommend this practice. Yoga is not a mystical practice, nor is it a flexibility contest – it is an excellent stress-relief and low-impact activity that creates a unique synergy between mind, body and breath.


Yoga is becoming more and more popular due to its positive impact on stress and its soothing and relaxing effects. It also provides positive physical and mental benefits for athletes. Yoga covers a few aspects: physical exercises (asanas) and calming the mind and body (breathing techniques, meditation). Yoga's holistic effects mean it can be integrated easily into your everyday routine.

Doing yoga stretches and strengthens your muscles, brings balance to your entire body, increases mobility and flexibility and reduces tension in your joints. The focus on breathing impacts the central nervous system – deep breathing increases the supply of oxygen to the body, which helps to increase energy levels. Regular yoga practice helps detoxify the body by cleaning the internal organs and supporting the metabolic system, as well as reducing stress, increasing mindfulness and improving sleep.


In front of the Pineta Hotel (in case of rain, yoga practice is held in the poolside hall at Belvedere Resort)

No prior experience necessary


Friday, 15/10/2021, 17:00

Duration: 60 min.


What do you need?

Pad and comfortable clothing, water

Minimum: 8 persons

Maksimum: 25 persons

No prior knowledge is required


Price per person: 130,00kn

The price includes:

  • training
  • event t-shirt (for those who make payment by 30/09/2021)
  • pasta party at resort Belvedere


Karla Oblak

PhD, yoga teacher (RYT 600h, Yoga Sport Science Coach), triathlon coach (ITU1), fitness coach, TRX and spinning coach. She first encountered yoga at the age of five, and yoga has been a part of her life ever since. She is an active triathlete, and extreme triathlons are her passion. She has won a few extreme Iron Man competitions (Extreme Austria, Stonebrixiaman, Italyman...). As an impassioned athlete, who has experienced the benefits of yoga first-hand, it is her goal to bring the worlds of yoga and sports together.

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