Women’s Travel Tip: A morning of healing in Hoi An, Vietnam

by | Oct 1, 2019

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Last updated on December 27th, 2020

“I am an overtired woman, too used to giving up on finding time to breathe in my day, let alone my week. On a recent family trip to Vietnam (my first) I was lucky (and smart) enough to take time for a solo morning and a class at Nomad Yoga. My walk through the old city as shops and cafes animated in the morning light was almost as restorative as the class itself. The class was well-led and well-attended by a few tourists like me along with mostly ex-pat locals. A very human feeling of “otherness” wove alongside a sense of connectedness among the women populating the class. I recommend the spot, the vibe and the experience. And I recommend carving out moments for yourself, to look and see and smell for just yourself, as it is so, so easy to get lost in the lovely mob of a family and miss the moments that can help make us whole.” – Heather, Toronto


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