Flow & Restore in Paradise
Treat yourself to a weeklong retreat on the seaside of Sayulita, Mexico with Lacey Shelton and Kathleen Barnett from The Yoga Post!
Each morning will begin with an invigorating vinyasa practice, grounding meditation, and luxurious savasana. Afternoons can be spent by the infinity pool, lounging on the private beach, taking surf lessons or treating yourself at the spa. Additional activities like horseback riding, cooking lessons, and hiking are also available. Evening classes will include a grounding yin practice and restorative poses to prepare you for a deep night of rest in your beautiful open-air cabana.
- 7 nights accommodation
- twice daily yoga with Lacey & Kathleen
- all meals
- 19% state and hotel tax
Casa Grande Female Dorm: $2895
Female Triple/Quad Cabana: $3295
Double Cabana: $3695
Single Cabana: $4795
$500 off until February 10, 2023
$300 off until August 1, 2023
Type of Retreat: Wellness, Yoga
Style of Yoga: Vinyasa Flow
Additional Information, Questions & Registration:
Contact Name: Merrisa Dolin
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone Number: 1-866-599- 9642
Online Registration: https://internationalyoga.secure.retreat.guru/program/flow-restore-in-paradise-with-the-yoga-post/?form=1&lang=en
About the Instructors:
Lacey Shelton resides in Petaluma, CA and is one of Founders/Owners of The Yoga Post. She has over 12+ years of experience traveling the world and teaching yoga to a variety of humans. Her classes are alive with contagious energy, vibrant positivity and a fair amount of “dad jokes”. Being trained in vinyasa, hot power fusion, sculpt, SUP yoga, kids yoga, spin and personal training, her varietal background provides classes that support all bodies and abilities. When she’s not on her yoga mat, you can find her camping and hiking with her husband, twin sons, daughter and 2 pups.
Kathleen Barnette resides in Petaluma, CA and is one of Founders/Owners of The Yoga Post. She believes that love is the alchemy of transformation and teaches yoga with the intention that students leave feeling better than when they first entered the class. Her belief is that through the experience of movement of the physical body combined with the connection of the emotional and spiritual body through breath, mantra, and meditation, it is possible for us to develop a deep awareness of ourselves and transform our lives. She loves sharing wellness tips and passionately teaching and singing Sanskrit mantras so students can apply what they learn on and off the mat. She strongly believes everything we experience in life contributes to our awareness and becomes part of the yoga practice. A beautiful journey of introspection and heart opening awakening.