Exclusively conducted by Yoga program leader and instructor, Nikesh Shah, Frontiera Travel organise Yoga Retreats at the foothills of Mt Kilimanjaro.

With the pressures of modern day work environments with the pay-for-performance culture, it has become more important than ever before to keep our mind, body and soul healthy. While different people turn to different things to relax and rejuvenate, we have found our answer in Yoga.

Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost mental well being. The practice is said to have originated in India about 5000 years ago and has been adapted differently in different countries.

Exclusively conducted by Yoga Programme Leader and Instructor, Nikesh Shah, Frontiera Travel organise Yoga Retreats to one of the most revered and awe-inspiring locations in Tanzania – the foothills of Mt Kilimanjaro.

  • A range of Ashtanga, Hatha and Yin yoga sessions twice a day
  • Pranyama meditation daily
  • Yoga nidra (sleeping yoga)
  • Walking meditation
  • Vegetarian cooking classes
  • Lectures on Ayurveda and origins of yoga
  • Beautiful vegetarian/vegan food for breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Fresh fruit juices and unlimited herbal tea

Nikesh Shah - Yoga Instructor

  • What inspired me to start yoga?

    I’ve always been an energetic person and love doing sports/exercise. I like the feeling of adrenaline rushing through my body. In the past, I’ve done various marathons, obstacle courses and more that I thoroughly enjoyed but I kept getting injured. This is when I realised the need to look after my body more. I tried yoga and that allowed me to not only open my body but also my mind. This was my first experience of inspiration from yoga.
  • What yoga means to me

    Yoga is life to me. I see it as something that is much more than the class itself. For me, it is taking your practice and using it in day to day. For example, when working in the city (London), it is extremely busy and when on the tube it is completely cramped! I take my yogic breathing to keep me calm and uphold my positive energy despite the negativity around me. The pushing and shoving doesn’t put me in a bad mood for the rest of the day, whereas I hear lots of people complaining day in day out about this sort of frustration.

    I realised that there’s a key connection between the mind and body and it works both ways. Open your body, open your mind and open your mind, open your body.
  • Why do I want to teach what I've learnt

    Yoga has changed me as a person for the better. I am calmer, open-minded, less judgemental and more forgiving. I can offer the physical and spiritual aspects of learning to people from all backgrounds, may they be busy, dormant or even just curious!

    I am not claiming to know everything but I am offering to try and get the best out of you.


Join Nikesh Shah on retreats in a small hotel on the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro. Described as an oasis in the middle of Moshi town, the hotel has an aura of tranquility with wonderful views of Mount Kilimanjaro.

With six days of yoga instruction, you are sure to feel rejuvenated and revitalised by the end of the week and return home with wonderful memories and a renewed sense of energy and purpose. There will be plenty of time for relaxing and connecting with nature and the local community.





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