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All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 25
Persons: 2
Category: Homestay
Host ID: 10234
Country: Spain

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Last Updated: April 1, 2013

Our next availabilities are: 4th-12th April, 18th-26th April

This is a Yoga and Meditation centre, with olive and almond groves.

We have helpx volunteers here in the off-season to help in all aspects of the centre: eg painting, building flower and veg beds, gardening, pruning, clearing land, indoor cleaning, general maintenance, website etc etc

The schedule would be 6 days a week of 4-5 hours a day.(Saturdays are the day off)
Meals we all join in with the preparation and clearing up ( vegetarian).
We do not have regular yoga classes at this time, but in your free time you are welcome to use the hall for your own yoga or meditation practise, and we have a computer for internet access, and also wifi.
We have 3 bedrooms in the main farmhouse with shared bathroom facilities. We are hoping for a few helpers at a time, so there will probably be a group here
We are on the bus route up from Malaga to Comares, although it only runs once a day (Monday to Saturday). It leaves Malaga bus station about 18.15, and arrives at the top of our track about 19.20. (Cost 2.90)
In the mornings at 7am it goes down to the beach at El Palo and along into Malaga.
There is a lot to explore and do in Malaga though, so you could easily fill a day there.

The nearest village is a 15 minute drive or an hours walk away, so we are relatively remote here, although now with the internet access less so than before.

The most important thing is a willingness to work, and an ability to get on with other people when there is a group.

Photos: Heather and Leah clearing a rockfall, lunch al fresco, cooking together and rendering a wall (For more photos take a look at our website)

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