News & Media

External news and media items about Yoga in Fethiye.


Stretch Yourself with Yoga Beside the Sea
Land of Lights - 1st August 2016

"Last month in this column, I introduced Vanilla Beach Fethiye; the new-look café/restaurant which overlooks Çalış beach. Vanilla Beach has a purpose-built platform especially for yoga classes, and is also suitable for dance, Tai Chi, drama and all sorts of other group activities. Today I wanted to tell you more about the yoga classes which take place here, organised by Yoga in Fethiye...."

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Thinking about rolling out your Yoga mat?
Fethiye Times - 7th July 2016

"If there's one form of exercise that appeals to people of all ages it's yoga. Most people love to hear the sound of the waves lapping on the shore and the breeze rustling through the trees. If you are one of these people we have just the place for you..."

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Beach-side restaurant offers unique yoga, arts and events space
Land of Lights - 27th June 2016

"A popular restaurant on Çalış Beach in Fethiye is under new management, with a new name, new look and new menu.
Most unique of all is the beachside event space which has been created there. You may not have heard its name before, but I predict it will soon become the new place-to-be for WellBeing, Arts and Culture activities in Fethiye..."

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Fethiye gets together to clean up Çalış beach
Fethiye Times - 4th February 2016

"Dee and Anthony Cooke came up with a great way to keep Çalış beach clean, bring people together and get some exercise. Anthony tells us all about it..."

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Fethiye residents work together to clean up Çalış beach
Land of Lights - 15th January 2016

"Anyone who has lived in or visited Çalış in Fethiye will have appreciated the beauty of the beach and its stunning sunsets. What strikes a lot of people who walk along the beach though, especially following the winter storms, is the amount of rubbish and litter which is scattered and buried along the shore."

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'SOS Children's Villages' Yoga Weekend - Radio interview
BBC Radio Bristol - 7th December 2013

Dr Phil Hammond interviews Gerard Cooke and Ed Wood about the fundraising weekend being held by DLuna Yoga (the former name of Yoga in Fethiye) for SOS Children's Villages on 7th & 8th December 2013.

More information on this event can be found in our Gallery