Eat. Flow. Love.
This March, experience a week of pure relaxation and rejuvenation in Paradise. At Kaibigan Soul Camp, the only resort in the bay of Cabuyao, a small fishing village in the Philippines on the west coast of Palawan Island. Here we will take care of your wellbeing.
You are invited to enjoy daily Meditation, dynamic and mindful Vinyasa Flows, body explorations and Yin Yoga with Antje as your guide.
Explore Palawans' rustic island-life and its lush and stunning countryside. Take in the wonderful sounds of nature. Spend your time swimming, snorkelling, hiking to waterfalls. Or simply recharge while reading a book at the beach, all with a breathtaking view over the majestic, blue ocean. Come on a soulful journey, deepen your practice and learn more about yourself.
Let us take care of you and rest assured that you will find joy, bliss and peace of mind here.
A daily schedule sample
7.30 am Vinyasa Morning Flow and Pranayama
followed by Meditation
10 am Healthy & soulful Breakfast
Time for trips and activities or individual sessions
4.30 pm Evening Yoga
7 pm Organic Dinner
Experience an authentic island getaway, nourish your body with divine organic food and tropical fruits, a beach garden oasis to relax in. Starting and rounding off the days you will be guided through balanced asana practice which will warm, soften and open the pranic channels of the body and the mind, leaving it ripe and ready to receive the Divine fruits of your practice.
You are not a drop in the ocean, you are the entire ocean in a drop.
Yoga Guide, Ayurvedic & Reiki Practitioner
Antje has a passion for Life and healthy living.
Antje's teaching style is fluid, modern, playful and dancy, reflecting the many sports and different types of yoga that have influenced her practice. She enjoys flowing to music, manifesting movements and traveling further in her practice, knowing that there is not a certain goal, but just to be in that moment and breathe.
Her classes are inspired by Hatha, Vinyasa flow, Anusara alignment, Pranayama, Ayurveda and Somatic movement. They are a perfect balance between intensity and centering and will leave students feeling high & smiling for hours.
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& how to get here
Palawan - Paradise Island
Nothing defines Palawan more than the water around it. With seascapes the equal of any in Southeast Asia, and wildlife terrestrial and aquatic, the Philippines’ most sparsely populated region is also the most beguiling. Because of its silhouette – a long sliver stretching 650km all the way to Borneo – there’s a certain liberating logic to travel here.
Coves, beaches, lagoons, jungle trails & so much more
Palawan is the Philippines’ last frontier, an unexplored and unexploited province of wondrous scenery and idyllic tropical beauty. Tourism has yet to penetrate much of this long, sword-shaped island to the southwest and travelers who make it here will find a marvellous Jurassic landscape of coves, beaches, lagoons and razor-sharp limestone cliffs that rise from crystal-clear water.
Puerto PrincesaThe capital of Palawan makes a good starting point for exploring the province. There are a few sights around, but hardly any in the city itself, which is why you can treat it as a two-night stop on the way to or from Palawan’s beaches and islands.
Ways to get here
From all over the world: Book your connecting flight from Manila to Puerto Princesa Town.
There are different terminals in Manila for international and domestic flights.
We recommend you to have three hours between arrival and departure (immigration, baggage claim, terminal transfer, 1st security check, check in, 2nd security check, boarding). For terminal transfer: Don't leave the airport to grab a taxi - take the free terminal bus shuttle inside of the airport! More information: transfer guide.
Alternatively take a boat from Manila to Puerto Princesa Town or from Coron to El Nido:
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