Do Yoga, Live healthy, Sleep better
Set in a hidden tropical paradise on the Ecuadorian coast, enjoy a well-needed break from the numbness of technology and come harvest yourself on our peaceful farm. The aim of this Yoga and Food forest eco-home is to give you the opportunity to reconnect yourself with nature through the practice of yoga, rustic and ecological living, and animals.
Finca Pinguino Farm is a Yoga farm and Food Forest on the coast of Ecuador, near Canoa. We are always looking for volunteers who can help us with our reforestation project. We are also looking for those who can teach yoga while volunteering here.
Come and practice yoga, learn about ecological practices, plant trees, chill in hammocks and meet our small but cheerful canadian-malagasy family!
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Listen to what our guests have to say
Soa, Simon, and Lili were the kindest of hosts. Their empathy and presence is a true blessing. I worked as a volunteer on the farm for 3 weeks. The place is a sanctuary full of peace, love, and loads of laughs. I could not have picked a better place for my first abroad volunteer experience. I can't wait to see their project develop even further. The tranquility is sure to leave you inspired and recharged. I would recommend it to anyone. The place is so welcoming to all
What a wonderful place! In the hills of Tabuchila Soa and Simon built up a beautiful food forest and permaculture farm with loads of different fruits which can be picked by your own, chicken, horses, a cat and four super sweet dogs! Also there is a huge yoga terrace with a great view for the best yoga classes i've had on all my trip!
- Yoga retreat consisting of 4 workshops. Our experience was amazing and very inspiring. The owners Simon and Soa (and their cute daughter) do everything to give their guests a joyful and complete experience. (...) Yoga lessons were fun and adjusted to our level. (...) The ecological farm was a paradise. There was a huge bio-diversity and also some animals you would find on a farm. Simon talks very passionately about the farm, which is very infectious. He truly wants to teach the guests and volunteers about nature and farm life.