Yoga Vacations

Cuban Yoga and Meditation Retreat 2017 

— SOLD OUT —

The last retreat was sold out in 3 days. We had so much fun and hope you will be able to join us for another amazing week!

December 1 -8, 2017
Investment: $1660 with a non-refundable/non-transferable deposit of $350 due at time of registration.

Includes:
– Return flights from Edmonton
– 50Lbs of checked luggage both ways
– Transfer to/from Resort
– 7 Nights Stay at Memories Jibacoa where we have been upgraded to Diamond Club so all rooms will be Ocean Front!
– All meals, snacks and beverages
– Special Group Dinner
– Yoga, Meditation & Qigong sessions

We will fly into Varadero and get on a shuttle where we will be wisked away to the beautiful countryside resort of Memories Jibacoa, located on the pristine Jibacoa Peninsula.This beautiful all-inclusive resorts sits on 7hectares of lush vegetation with mountains behind it and the Caribbean Sea in front, where a natural formed coral reef is just meters off our beach.

Lots of opportunity to explore will be provided. Perhaps a day trip to Havana, Cuba’s capital, to explore Old Havana, where time seems to have stood still or maybe a trip to Varedaro to go see Al Capone’s home. Or maybe, relaxing on the beach is on your agenda. Your Yoga and Mindfulness vacation is yours to create!

To Register and reserve your spot, please email Michelle: yogapath8@gmail.com

5th ANNUAL JASPER YOGA & MINDFULNESS RETREAT 2018 

Feb 23rd – 25th, 2018

Join my husband and I in beautiful Jasper, AB as we lead a special retreat from Feb 23 – 25, 2018!

The last 4 years, the retreat filled up very quickly, so don’t be disappointed and reserve your spot today!

Relax, Renew and soak up the splendour of nature on this weekend yoga retreat. With the backdrop of picturesque Jasper, you will be invited to find your own inner practice through awareness of body, breath and mind. Taking time to both turn inwards for reflection and outwards for kinship, plan to travel down the path to wholeness together.

My special guest, friend and mentor, Kushok Lobsang Damchoe, will be joining us again this year to share his vast knowledge of meditation as he guides us through our morning meditations and a Saturday workshop.

Another special guest this year in my friend and painting instructor, Alan Pole, who will be guiding a mindful painting experience Saturday afternoon for those interested. Alan is a local Sherwood Park artist strongly influenced by the natural world. His work explores our relationship with nature and often depicts scenes of tranquility juxtaposed with nature’s raw power. As an instructor, Alan aims for his student’s self discovery through the exploration of art.

For more information or to register, please email yogapath8@gmail.com

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