Emily Vendemmia invites you for a Yoga Retreat of a lifetime.
Italy’s Finest La Dogana Resort September 17-23, 2023
The word retreat literally means to withdraw, and that is exactly what you will find yourself doing when you go on a yoga retreat; withdrawing from the usual stresses of everyday life. Limiting cell phones, internet connections, work and just being completely present in the moment. Just the thought of what goodness the retreat will bring allows the luxury of letting go of everyday concerns and enjoying what you may love the most; getting back to the basics of quiet, calm and healthy living. For most of us ‘life’ has a habit of being in control, more so than us being in control of our lives; we spend far too much energy focused on the future or dwelling on the past, coupled with increasingly common problems such as those related to health, finance or family. A retreat is the perfect way to win back some of that control while honoring your mind and body with the time to indulge. This retreat will enable you to slow down and reset with a group of like-minded people and perhaps explore a part of the world that you’ve never been to before.
Get ready to mindfully indulge in food and wine – it’s Italy, after all! La Dogana offers all the natural beauty and rich cultural heritage of Tuscany, but without the crowds. It has its own unique personality and an authentic way of life, where the seasons lead the daily rhythms of the people and you can set your pace. It checks all the boxes for those seeking an authentic and sustainable Italian wellness escape.
A family run historical estate on the border of Tuscany and Umbria, set amongst 4,000 olive trees with stunning views of Lake Trasimeno. With her passion for all things Italy, and her love of Yoga, Emily Vendemmia has created a magical Tuscan Yoga Retreat to share with you. Join the tribe of adventurous souls for a wonderful all-inclusive week of yoga, food, wine and culture at Villa La Dogana, in the heart of Tuscany, overlooking Lake Trasimeno.
The best part?
Simply arrive. No need to plan anything.
What’s Included:The all inclusive retreat includes:
Private transfer service to and from Florence airport
6 night’s accommodations in our venue’s apartments
6 Fresh Breakfasts
6 Farm to Table, Multi-course Dinners with their amazing restaurant’s Chef
Daily Yoga with Me
3 beautiful Italian Village/City Tours including guide and transfers
Wine Tastings & Cooking Course
Swimming-pool, 26 meters x 5.5 meters long with a bathroom, sun beds, umbrellas, a designed secret garden and a wonderful view over the lake and its islands.
What’s Not Included:
Any meals outside of La Dogana
Travel insurance (Strongly Recommended)
Massages and holistic treatments
Extra activities available on the retreat:
Swimming Pool (100 feet)
Hiking trails up to castle/views and along the lake
Horseback Riding in the Tuscan hill
Massages and other Spa treatments
Biking (serious cycling and recreational)
Water activities on the lake (kayaking, SUP, etc)
Vespa Rentals (in the town)
More city tours (Tuscany and Umbria regions)
More winery vineyard tours (Tuscany and Umbria regions)
The Lake house has 11 apartments of different sizes and shapes all with a living & kitchen area, bathroom and one or two bedrooms. All Inclusive Retreat Price is $2600 per person.
*Update the retreat is already 50% full!
Will you be heading to Tuscany this Fall?
Note: You are booking directly with villa La Dogana. Please specify yoga teacher, Emily Vendemmia, and location, La Dogana, when filling out the form to book your Tuscan Yoga Retreat.
Emily Vendemmia is a single mother of two and Co-Founder of True Moon Yoga. She is known for her strength, flexibility and raw teaching style. Emily found Yoga in 2005 and fell in love with the way that it calls practitioners to grow not only physically stronger but mentally and emotionally as well. Soon after she began her journey she realized that yoga was the most important thing in her life and wanted to share her passion with others. She completed a 9 week training with Bikram Choudry and Mary Jarvis and was ready to open her first studio in 2007. From the beginning of her teaching career Emily has focused on developing her students’ and teachers’ physical strength as well as growing a supportive and caring community for all. Read more.