Morning Yoga at Parrot Cay

Upon visiting the northern Caribbean island of Parrot Cay, you are immersed into a natural haven of serenity where relaxation and rejuvenation will become your daily companions. The island's powdery white sand beaches lapped by inviting turquoise waters, provide the perfect backdrop for yoga aficionados ready to harmonize their body, mind and spirit. With scenic surroundings encouraging the enjoyment of the "moment" considerably slowing down the perception of time, it comes as no surprise why so many people flock to Parrot Cay to enjoy their ultimate yoga vacations.

Parrot Cay is a wonderful retreat in Turks and Caicos when it comes to travelers seeking out the perfect place to practice yoga sessions along with the world's leading yoga teachers. Not many things in life can surpass the reinvigorating feeling of embracing the new day by doing some yoga by the rising sun with the sound of the waves crashing against the shore. Along with organized yoga vacations, there are also opportunities for practicing Pilates and nourishing the body with special nutritional menus boasting local and organic foods.

Another great way to unwind and forget all about the hustle and bustle of modern-day life is to relax in Parrot Cay's spas. The perfect spa vacation awaits you with several types of massages on the menu offered by an expert team of massage therapists. Forget about your cell-phone, turn on the snooze button and leave your work-related life behind as you partake in signature spa treatments and other therapeutic services. Sauna, steam room, an infinity edge pool and an outdoor whirlpool are other amenities offered so to grant a vacation in total relaxation.

Whether you are looking for a corner of paradise for your next spa vacation or the perfect setting for practicing yoga as the sun rises over the sea, there is no shadow of doubt that Parrot Cay can be your ideal retreat in Turks and Caicos. It comes as no surprise why so many movie stars still as of today choose the privacy and anonymity of this 1000 acre island, often referred to as the "world's most exclusive resort".