Yoga Retreat Greece Kythnos 2020

I would like to invite you to join me and Tania Kemou for the second greek yoga retreat – the upcoming Yoga Retreat Greece Kythnos 2020. Tania and I met during the Elysia Yoga Convention in Amorgos in 2018. Tania is currently based in Berlin and teaches both Ashtanga and Vinyasa. We were lucky enough to meet up in Athens again in 2019. Neither of us could resist the opportunity to combine our love of yoga and hosting retreats together. We will be staying at one of the incredible villas of K4Kythnos. This is one of the few “undiscovered” gems of the Greek Isles. Read the blog post to read more about the island of Kythnos. Book now – it will be fun. And… GREECE! It’s gorgeous, wonderful, amazing.

yoga retreat greece kythnos 2020 with Theresa Moodie - Greek Yoga Retreat

When: 23 – 29 May 2020

Price Per Person – Sharing Room: €1500*

Where: K4Kythnos Villas, Kythnos

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL – €1190 (Book before January 2020)

*Price is for entire stay – Price includes return ferry ride from Piraeus port • transfer from port to Villa • Daily yoga classes, Ashtanga, Vinyasa and Yin, morning and evening practice • Breakfast – light lunch – dinner and waters • Outing to Chora town • Wifi available • Swimming pool and walking distance to beach. Excludes flights to Athens, transport and accommodation in Piraeus. Additional activities
such as massage treatments which can be arranged with K4K.


8.30 – 10.00: Ashtanga practice with Tania
10.00 – 11.00: Brunch is served
11.00 – 16.30: Free time to swim, book a massage, walk to the beach
17.00 – 18.30: Yin Yoga with Theresa
19.00 – 20.00: Dinner time

The first day will start with an opening ceremony so that everyone can get to know each other a little bit better. The last evening we will host a special closing ceremony after the final Yin practice. Expected end time for the last day will be 10:00 am following a final Ashtanga class and brunch.

For a more complete itinerary see this blog post

Theresa Moodie hosts Yoga Retreats all over the world

Greek Yoga Retreat – Booking Form

Due to Restrictions on Travel we have cancelled The Greece Yoga Retreat.

Greece Yoga Retreat Kythnos 2020 – Getting to Athens

Flights from Johannesburg

We suggest either Turkish Airlines via Turkey or Emirates (Discovery Rewards) via Dubai – please be aware that there are no direct flights to Athens from South Africa. Our recommendation is to get to Athens the day before i.e. Wednesday 22 May 2020. The reason is the ferry to the islands may not run on time during off-season – better safe than sorry! Also take into account layover time in Dubai or Istanbul. Sometimes interconnecting flights have a delay of 8 hours.

Flights from Europe and elsewhere

We have no recommendations since there are a lot more options within Europe and elsewhere – but we do suggest getting to Athens the day before.

Ferry to Kythnos

Ferry will leave from Athens, Port of Piraieus on May 23rd at 7am in the morning. Expected arrival time in Kythnos is 10am. Please arrive 45 minutes beforehand to collect tickets and board the ferry.

The returning ferry will leave Kythnos at 5 pm on May 29th. Arrival time in Athens at Port of Piraieus is 8 pm in the evening.

Should you need help booking a hotel close to Piraieus please let us know and we will arrange a group booking.

Hotel Amenities

  • Free WiFi
  • Swimming pool
  • Meals -Enjoy a cuisine of “emotions” based on traditional Greek flavours — homemade cheese,
    bread and cakes, herbs and vegetables, all from Kythnos local producers!
  • Fully equipped Yoga shala
  • Massage therapist available on request at additional charge

Travel Tips for Greek Yoga Retreat

I have written a blog post loaded with my personal experiences to Greece – Read it here

I went to Greece hoping to have a life changing experience and I did – it was so much more than expected. I loved the people, the food and the environment. The only complaint I have is that I ever left .

Lia Mundell

Amazing experience, new country, new friends, new experiences

Carla Pon

It was a complete spoil, so relaxing, and even only 5 days, felt like 2 weeks

Peta Dixon

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