I stretched out as gracefully as I could, wincing at my tight hamstrings. I was in a large, airy room with floor-to-ceiling windows, lying alongside about a dozen other people.
Some were experienced yogis, while I felt like I was dusting down the cobwebs from my joints. But everyone was smiling, and there was a happy, light-hearted atmosphere in the room.
The perfect combination of yin yoga and Sicilian dinners
The day before, I’d taken a ferry from Malta, where I live and work as a digital nomad, over to the south-east tip of Sicily. Lots of people I met didn’t know how close Malta is to the Sicilian island, but it
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