Redefine Yoga and Mindfulness Retreat is an opportunity to unwind, PLAY, refuel, and connect. This special retreat offers morning Vinyasa classes, a dedicated daily 2-hour slot to experience the magic of Acroyoga, afternoons to explore beautiful Ecuador, and a mindfulness practice in the evenings. Participants will also enjoy a surf lesson, two reiki sessions, and a special Shamanic ceremony.
About the instructors:
Carolyn Jane is a widely traveled, vastly experienced, and dedicated Acroyoga practitioner. She is a pioneer who brings ideas to life with a deep sense of integrity and professionalism. Passionate, inspired and strong she brings all of herself and her wisdom to each and every one of her yoga classes.
Eric Mamuzich found yoga in 2008 committing to a daily practice he loved the sense of purpose it gave him. After years of practice he found AcroYoga in Philadelphia where the focus became movement efficiency. His teaching includes the values of precision, proper alignment, good tempo and predictability. He loves dissecting, refining and teaching complex skills. Eric warns that this practice will make you highly aware of yourself.
Alina Flor, based in South Florida, was introduced to yoga at 15 years old and has now been practicing for 18 years and teaching for 14. Yoga has always been her passion. Her formal education is in Cardiac and Vascular Ultrasound which she currently works part-time. Thai Yoga Bodywork and Acroyoga became a healthy addition to her practice in 2009. She is certified AcroYoga Level 2 teacher who is constantly open to growing and learning from her students around the world. She is grateful to all of those who have led her along this wonderful and healing path of “metta” Love and Kindness!!
Terrence Lee is a graduate from the Chef Apprenticeship Program in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has been a journeyman Chef for the past 15 years, throughout the US and abroad. His culinary craft has flourished with support from his incredible employers, coworkers and extensive travel opportunities - whether it was learning to roll pasta by hand or understanding how important it is to use organic, locally sourced products and farms. He embraces the connection food draws between people and what it can do for healing the body, mending the mind, as well as comforting the soul.
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