Yoga Retreat in Nicaragua March 3-9, 2012

Yoga Sadhana in Nicaragua March 3-9, 2012 with Carla Wainwright & Jeff Lutes

* Registration Now Open *

Join Carla & Jeff on a 6 day yoga retreat in fabulous Nicaragua! The theme for this retreat is Yoga Consciousness. Using asana practice, meditation, deep relaxation, discussion, reflection and interpersonal exercises we will explore our connectedness to the self and the world around us. We will examine how the layers of yoga practice deepen self-understanding and evolve both the individual and collective consciousness.
Your retreat package includes 6 days of yoga, 6 nights accommodation plus 2 meals a day at Nica Yoga Retreat Centre in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua as well as surf lessons, a zip line excursion, some local exploration and a sunset cruise on the ocean.

Cost: $1,300 USD before December 1, 2011, and $1,550 USD after December 1st. Please contact us for costs for families and non-yoga participants.
Space is limited! A non-refundable deposit of $350 will reserve your spot. Balance is due January 15, 2012.
To register contact Carla or call 250.277.2105

Carla Wainwright
…began practicing yoga in 1996. She has studied with Mugs McConnell, Shirley Daventry French, Erich Schiffmann, Shiva Rea, Rod Stryker and Geeta Iyengar. She is a graduate from the SOYA Yoga Teacher Training Program, a member of Yoga Alliance (ERYT500), a certified International Teacher of Yoga (IYTA) and a founding owner of Chinook Yoga. She teaches a wide range of classes, has led numerous retreats internationally and is part of the Primary Faculty of the SOYA Yoga Teacher Training Program. Carla’s yoga exploration looks at opening and connecting to the etheric body as a means to connect to the higher Self. In addition to teaching yoga, Carla works as a Doctor of Medical Heilkunst and Homeopathy, one of the creators of the Dharma Desk and is a busy mom of three wonderful children.

Jeff Lutes
…is an enthusiastic teacher of Hatha yoga with a little vinyasa, power yoga, the yoke, and good times thrown in. He is also an owner of Chinook Yoga. Since his first experience of doing Yoga with a friend’s book on a cold winter’s night for five hours, his practice, with ebb and flow, has been a happy and fulfilling relationship in understanding himself and the world around him. He has completed a SOYA Teacher Training as well as a Teacher Training with one of his mentors, Erich Schiffmann. His practice and classes are focused on exploring where one can go with body, mind and spirit.

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