Beach Yoga

What is beach yoga?

At Sunday Morning Yoga Flow Ghajn Tuffieha (Riviera), it’s an opportunity to experience the joy of starting your Sunday in nature. Imagine feeling the warmth of the sun on your skin, the gentle Mediterranean breeze on your face as you move, breathe, and practice yoga in a beautiful beach setting.

Beach yoga is a unique type of yoga practice that takes place on a sandy beach, typically near the water’s edge. It’s a chance to connect with nature, enhance your yoga practice, and enjoy the benefits of the fresh air and natural surroundings. Our beach yoga classes are a moving meditation in the sun. You’ll create your own moment to relax, unwind, and have fun while practicing yoga.

What Are the Benefits of Beach Yoga?

  • Connect with nature and feel the sea air
  • Get a healthy dose of Vitamin D
  • Challenge your balance, stability, and focus
  • Deepen your relaxation
  • Enhance your yoga practice in a beautiful beach setting
  • Experience a sense of community and support in a group-oriented class

Overall, beach yoga is a unique and enjoyable way to nourish your mind, body, and spirit while enhancing your yoga practice in a beautiful outdoor environment.

Cancellation Policy

If you need to cancel for any reason, we require at least 6 hours advance notice, the full amount will be credited to your account at Yoga Malta (must be used within a month). This credit can be used towards any yoga class offered.

If you cancel less than 6 hours prior to the class, you will be charged the full amount and you will not be entitled to a refund or credit note.

Cancelling a reservation please contact us via email


Is this class for you?

Our yoga class is inclusive and personalized to multiple levels. Our instructors provide modifications and variations to accommodate your needs. We create a safe and supportive environment for everyone to practice and grow. All levels are welcome.

Do I need to bring my yoga mat?

Yes, you are requested to bring your own yoga mat, for reasons of hygiene, energy and ecology.

Teacher Denise