December 28, 2019 - January 4, 2020
Relax, Let Go, and Renew for the New Year! Bring in the New Year as playfully and consciously as you dream. We offer sunrise meditation and pranayama (or sleep in!), three daily yoga classes (morning Vinyasa Flow, Gentle Yoga classes, plus an early evening Relax Deeply class), as well as other activities based on group wishes.
Classes are designed for new and beginning to advanced students and teachers. All classes emphasize proper alignment and modifications to make the practice accessible, while also offering plenty of space for more advanced exploration of asanas. Classes are the perfect complement to an afternoon of napping, surfing, or playing at the beach or in the jungle.
Lodging for 8 days and 7 nights, all meals, taxes, all yoga and yoga-related activities. Not included: airfare, gratuities, airport shuttle, spa services and private excursions.
$1425 per person in women’s group cabana (8 guests), $1725 per person triple occupancy, $1995 per person double occupancy, $3395 per person single occupancy.
Dorm, triple and double occupancy options!
Type of Retreat: Yoga
Style of Yoga: Vinyasa Flow
Additional Information, Questions & Registration:
Contact Name: Anne Tharpe
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone Number: 831-252-0445
Online Registration: http://www.markstephensyoga.com/workshops/sayulita-mexico-14th-annual-new-years-yoga-retreat-haramara
About the Instructors:
Mark Stephens is passionately committed to yoga as a practice for making life better in every way. Described by Yoga Journal as “the teacher’s teacher,” he is the author of four international bestselling books on yoga, Teaching Yoga, Yoga Sequencing, Yoga Adjustments and Yoga Therapy. Practicing since 1991, he has led over 60 yoga retreats worldwide since 1997, including New Years retreats at Haramara.
Anne Tharpe, who offers Gentle Yoga classes each morning as an alternative to Mark’s morning Vinyasa Flow classes, trained with Mark as well as Yoga Works, Leslie Kaminoff and Kofi Busia. She has been teaching Gentle yoga and Vinyasa Flow yoga for 12 years, guiding her students to develop their strength and flexibility while honoring their limits. She has joined this retreat since 2009 and offers classes that are ideal for new students and those wanting an easy going practice.