Located in Lonely Beach, Koh Chang.
Aire is an open air beach cafe serving smoothie bowls and a good cup of coffee. We also offer light breakfast and small selection of locally baked cakes and treats.
Lonely Beach, Koh Chang
Mon - Sunday 10am-4pm
This is a Vinyasa flow class suitable for all levels and first=time yoga students. It's a nice way to add a bit of mindfulness and relaxation near the beach.
HIGH SEASON: NOV - MARCH
MON-FRI. 9am & 5:30pm
LOW SEASON: APRIL -OCTOBER
NO CLASSES , PRIVATE LESSONS ONLY
Location: Lonely Beach, meet at AIRE CAFE
Class price: 300 baht
Includes: Mat rental. We also have an outdoor shower for after class.
1 day retreats
We offer one day retreats a few times a month. A daily itinerary is below. If you are interested in joining any of the dates, please write us to confirm your spot.
Feb, 10, 17
8 am: Registration, coffee/tea and smoothie
8:30am-9:45, Morning Vinyasa Class
9:45 am - 10:30am, breakfast and fruit
10:30 am - 1 pm: Sunbathing by the pool / Massage
1:pm-2pm, Lunch (order at restaurant)
2 pm-3:30pm: Yoga Posture Workshop
4.15 pm - 5.45 pm: SunsetYoga
Price: starting @ 2,000 baht per person (Limited seats)
Founder and Owner AIRE
A former Advertising Executive in New York City, Natalie set out on a solo backpack journey through Central America and Southeast Asia for over a year and a half. She met a lot of inspiring people in small coastal towns who owned small business while building a conscious community through food, nature, sea, and happiness for all beings.
She is the lead yoga teacher at AIRE, 500 RYT with the Yoga Alliance. At AIRE, she offers Vinyasa yoga and Restorative yoga with emphasis on breath, movement, and stability. Additionally she holds a Level 1 certification in Thai Massage Therapy with Wat Pho Traditional Medicine School in Bangkok.
A rescue puppy found in the dumpster of Bang Bao on Koh Chang. Luna is the cafe's friendly dog, who helps around the shop as needed and makes sure everyone is doing happy. Sometimes she joins our yoga classes and jumps into the ocean for a cool down.