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Mexico Retreat with Jen Breen & Kristy Tonti
Nov 3, 2018| $700 – $850
Enjoy and deepen your yoga practice while absorbing the warm air, listening to the ocean, walking on the beach or up through the jungle. Yoga and the environment will inform you and transform you. Jen and Kristy will offer yoga experiences in the following traditions and inspirations: Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Hatha, Katonah, Yin and Nidra. Both teachers have been teaching yoga for over two decades and come with integrity, inspiration and humor.
This is for all levels of yoga students. We encourage everyone to come with abundance and a beginner’s mind.
Want to go?? Here’s what you do:
Click the “Register Now” button below and pay your BYH Retreat Fee.
Contact Mar de Jade and book your room directly with them. All accommodations are made and paid through them.
Book your flights to arrive into Puerto Vallarta by early afternoon on November 3, 2018 and depart Mar de Jade by 12pm noon on November 10th.
Schedule: Nov. 3rd – 10th, 2018
- BYH Retreat Fee: $700 before Sep. 1st
- $850 after
*Accommodations are made directly through Mar de Jade. Visit their website at www.mardejade.com for information about room accommodations. All meals included. If you would like to room with someone, but need help finding a roommate, let us know and we can help you with that.
**Airfare and transportation to and from Mar de Jade are not included and should be made on own.
About the Instructors:
Jen Breen: I grew up in Seattle in a hippy, creative, curious, outdoor-loving family. During my teenage years my mother would walk around the house in aerobic clothes and drag me to a funky yoga class in a gym. Little did I know that this would become my life’s work and passion. I began studying yoga formally with Cintra Brown in Phoenix, AZ while teaching elementary school with Teach For America.
i appreciate how yoga helps me be more authentic, compassionate and aware. I use yoga to help me understand myself better which helps me understand others better. I appreciate that it’s a practice for life. My practice has given me tools to help me in life most especially as a wife and mother and a steward of this beautiful earth.
I am excited right now teaching a well rounded yoga class that anybody can participate in and that feels practical and mystical. I think that is why my muse is moss. It’s original, generous, primal, simple, grounded, soft and vibrant. I am excited to teach classes where I am the guide on the side not the sage on the stage so that students learn to trust their own inner teacher. I find that I teach from an Astanga or a Bikram template and then leave space for free form yoga or creative flow. Mostly I am excited about a daily yoga practice that includes pranayama, movement, relaxation, meditation all in good community and friendship.
Daily practice influences my yoga. Today my practice is as eclectic as my early education. I’m usually reading at least four books: fiction, philosophy, and history. I draw the bones and peruse anatomy books – Leonardo is my inspiration. I read a lot and take notes.
My family gives me joy. My family of origin is incredibly inclusive. Now when I think of family I include my island family and my family in India and California even the family I have known in the past. I yearn for peace with all people in my life. Love is the most important thing.
I love kids; they remind me how to have fun. They are so present. I have fun when I am present, walking in the forest, swimming, being with kids.
Joy is not being “in my head”, but being in my whole body and heart, wherever I happen to be.
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