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Belize (No date set)

Eco-Adventure Yoga and Yamuna Body Rolling® with Melora

We are met at the airport and transported a few hours through beautiful Belize countryside to our separate bungalow lodging at the amazing location of Black Rock Lodge for 4 nights. In pristine mountain rain forest we enjoy Yoga every morning and Yamuna Body Rolling late afternoons in an outdoor thatch roof yoga pavilion, overlooking a pure river to tube down, mountains to climb, and birds to sight. One day excursion is to hike through rivers to a hidden cave, enter and be enchanted by a Mayan past. Another day we take a river pulley bridge to a fascinating Mayan ruin with guided tour and perhaps a local market visit. There is a free day where you can choose to bird watch, hike, visit another Mayan ruin, read in your hammock or visit waterfalls and swim. We then travel by bus to the coast, stopping for a lunch, and with luck a visit to a local village chocolate maker, board a boat and cruise out to our private island for the next 3 nights, in well appointed separate bungalows dotted around the island. Again morning yoga and setting sun Yamuna Body Rolling over the ocean on a thatched roof platform. Included in the price is 3 meals a day, 3 excursions, – Cave Adventure, Mayan Archeological Tour, Snorkeling Adventure, all transportation in Belize, and every morning Yoga Class and evening Yamuna Body Rolling Class with Melora, in lovely outdoor pavilions!


Passionately studying and teaching yoga since 1993, Melora strives to be an attentive, patient and compassionate teacher. Her main influences are BKS Iyengar Master Teacher Patricia Walden, Gabriel Halpern, and Doug Keller. Registered as an instructor with the Yoga Alliance, (E-RYT 500), she continues to learn anatomy, therapeutics, yoga philosophy and flow sequences, which she joyfully incorporates into her alignment based classes. Melora has instructed yoga at many week long retreats to Italy, Monhegan Island Maine, Costa Rica and Belize. Spending junior year in England, traveling Europe (1980-1), serving in the Peace Corps in Tanzania, East Africa (1983-6) and living 2 years in New Zealand (1986-8), Melora is fascinated with culture and travel.


Certified in Yamuna Body Rolling® Level ll in 2009, and in Foot Fitness in 2011, Melora is delighted at how healing and beneficial this form of body work is. We use balls of different sizes and densities, to stimulate bone, relax tension, and create instant therapeutic and range of motion results. She witnesses people gaining dramatic and amazing benefits daily and looks forward to sharing her love of both yoga and Yamuna body rolling with you in beautiful Belize!

Monhegan Island Sept. 15-21, 2019

Come away with us... and experience your innate creativity, supported by the rhythm of the tides and the stunning beauty and strength of Monhegan Island.

Lisa Evans has created a retreat that will nurture and replenish you on the deepest level.  By attending to every detail, you will have the luxury to immerse yourself in the slow pace of island life and forget the rest of the world.  A carefully planned schedule allows you to be only as involved as you wish.  Lisa and her staff provide ample time to knit, hike, visit with new friends, and be pampered with personalized yoga sessions with Melora and the attentive care of a massage therapist.  Enjoy a full week of wonderfully prepared food by the Monhegan House Chef and knitting instruction from some of the top designers in the United States, all in the breathtaking atmosphere of Monhegan Island.


Daily activities include a full breakfast, a variety of island explorations such as nature walks, a lighthouse tour, artists studio visits and a rejuvenating yoga session, followed by plenty of time to explore the island.  The afternoons begin with teatime refreshments to accompany the knitting workshop led by one of our guest designers and followed by a restorative yoga session.  The day concludes with dinner at either the Monhegan House, one of the many splendid island restaurants, or a picnic on the rocks of Lobster Cove.  The evening is often spent relaxing in the parlor, laughing, chatting and knitting with new friends.

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