4 Days Futurehippie Yoga and Meditation Experience in Koh Samui, Thailand
Thailand Yoga Retreat
You can enjoy yoga, meditation, vegan food, Reiki, massages, life coaching and a vibrant small community with us. Either you’re up for a yoga vacation or you have chosen a lifestyle as a digital nomad you‘re welcome to join us at futurehippie. They want you to be happy. They want you to live the life you choose. It is possible to combine a yogic lifestyle with modern amenities and to enjoy life. Become a futurehippie and choose the life you wanna live. Enjoy the beach, practice yoga and meditation, meet amazing people and be in nature. At futurehippie everything is possible!
- Daily yoga class
- Meditation sessions
- Relax in bamboo huts and quiet nature
- 3 nights beachfront accommodation
- Daily breakfast and dinner
- Life coaching classes
- Hatha Yoga
Futurehippie is an ongoing retreat. This allows you to start your journey whenever it suits you. From a three days experience up to one-month stay, you can be with Futurehippie to deepen your practice and reconnect to yourself. Please plan your arrival between Monday and Saturday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. The day you arrive is your first day; the day you’ll leave us, you can enjoy the program until late. Please respect that we don’t do check-in’s and check out’s on Sundays to give our staff and us a day to rest.
The program includes 2 Yoga and meditation classes from Monday to Saturday. On the schedule, you’ll also find community classes, dance classes, movie nights or a book night. Sundays we recommend reflecting, relax or work on your self-practice.
There’s no program, lunch or dinner on Sundays but you’re welcome to use our facilities and enjoy breakfast with us. In case of an emergency, there’s always one person around or somebody to call.
The full schedule and the supportive energy from a spiritual, international community as well as qualified teachers invite you to dive deep into your practice. In between, you’ll find time to work, study, chill or to explore the island. There might be days where you just wanna stay at future hippie and relax, study or practice. On other days you might be more energetic and are up to explore. In that case, we will provide you with information and contacts to tour guides.
What is included
- Breakfast and dinner
- 2 yoga or meditation classes per day
- Water refill
- Usage of the coworking space
- Joining the community class on Saturday
- (no classes on Sundays)
What is not included
- Life coaching
- Activities on the island
- Scooter / bicycle rent
- Kayak rent
- Airport transfer
- Environmentally friendly
- Multilingual staff
- Yoga shala
- Bicycle rental
- Free Wi-Fi
- Parking lot
Small cozy and basic bamboo-bungalows. Available are private bungalows with or without private bathroom and double bungalows, private bungalows with sea view. Shared facilities close to the bungalow. Basic bamboo hut with a fan.
Welcome to Koh Samui. The tropical island is one of the most popular destinations in Thailand and has a lot to offer. Koh Samui is Thailand’s second-largest island after Phuket. With sandy beaches and tropical lush trees atop scenic mountains, your trip will surely be a memorable experience! The warm climate, the sea air, the slow pace of life and the tranquil natural environment make the west coast of Koh Samui the perfect yoga destination.
Taling Ngam is a small fishing village in the southwest of Koh Samui. It is away from the main tourist areas and very quiet. If you prefer an excursion more hustle and bustle you should go to Chaweng Beach. In Lamai Beach, you’ll find a more relaxed atmosphere but lots of nice shops, restaurants, and markets. Bophut’s Fisherman’s Village in the north is also worth visiting.
Koh Samui has generally three different seasons, hot season, dry season, and rainy season. December to February is usually the dry season. It occurs some refreshing wind or breeze and you should enjoy a lot of sunshine at this time of the year. March to August it is dry, sunny and hot. In May it might start to rain, but these showers are mostly not lasting very long. The rainy seasons go from September until November. In September there are still many sunny days. Rainy season or monsoon season does not mean, that it will be raining at all times, but rainfalls and thundershowers are very common.
Koh Samui has a lot to offer. It's nice to go around the island and then come back to enjoy the silence under the Banyan tree or practice yoga. They also do community evenings one time a week.
Things to Do
- Walk at the beach
- Exploring the island and waterfalls
- Thai massage
Breakfast and dinner are included in the price. During the day you can spoil yourself at your little vegan cafe which is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Monday to Friday). The meals are all vegan and organic.
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation
The following meals are included:
The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:
- Whole Food
The following drinks are included:
Meet The Instructors
Mika has been teaching Hatha yoga since 2015. She completed the following yoga teacher trainings: 200-hour Hatha / Vinyasa yoga, Shades of Yoga, Bali; 100-hour myofascial Yin yoga, Beta Lisboa, Bali; 36-hours Fly High Yoga, Gili Trawangan; 300-hours Hatha yoga, Yog Peeth, Rishikesh, India. She taught in Bali, Gili Trawangan, Germany, Spain, India, Cambodia, and Malaysia under her first label “Mika-Yoga”. Since autumn 2018, she's the co-founder of futurehippie.
Rayk comes from the world of finance and procurement. He has experience of more than 15 years in both fields. He fulfilled his wish to work more with people – besides managing a team at work – with getting a life coach on September 17, after three years of education based on Gestalt therapy. Rayk has been practicing yoga and Pilates for 10 years, as a perfect equivalent to his other sports like spinning, Crossfit, and running. Now he likes to share his knowledge of how one can realize a mindful way of living nowadays.
Location Futurehippie, 276 Moo 3, Taling Ngam, 84140 Koh Samui, Thailand
- Samui Airport: 17Km Transfer not provided
Arrival by airplane
The most convenient way to get to Koh Samui is flying from Bangkok, Singapore, Phuket or Pattaya. There are over twenty flights a day from Bangkok alone. Once you arrived in Koh Samui it will take you around 60 minutes to futurehippie by taxi. It’s easy to get a taxi at the airport but you can also go by Navigo, which is a cheaper alternative.
Arrival by ferry
Alternatively, several ferries and catamarans run from Surat Thani or Don Sak on the Thai mainland. If you're traveling from Bangkok, it's a good idea to combine the ferry with a sleeper train from Hualumphong Station. Ferry times change frequently, though touts wait for arriving trains and buses in Surat to guide potential customers to their company. Long waits are common, so a degree of patience is necessary. Boats also connect to Koh Tao and Koh Phangan from Samui. Getting a ferry off the island is much easier, and most travel agents will have up-to-date schedules and fares. Approximately ten car ferries leave from Don Sak to Lipa Noi every day. Get there as early as possible and be prepared to wait for at least a couple of hours.
Booking And Cancellation Policy
- A reservation requires a deposit of 25% of the total price.
- The deposit is non-refundable if the booking is canceled.
- The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.