Yoga in Paradise!
Join us for an exciting trip to Troncones, a tranquil and beautiful beach, with warm clear waters of the Pacific Ocean. Troncones is located 20 miles from the fabulous sleepy fishing village of Zihuatanejo for daily yoga, healthy vegetarian meals, and a relaxing, fun, getaway!
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Join us for Yoga in Paradise. We'll head to Troncones, a tranquil and beautiful beach, with warm clear waters of the Pacific Ocean for daily yoga, vegetarian meals, and fun!
$1550 for double occupancy
non-refundable deposit of $550 due now.
Cost includes: yoga classes, two daily meals, double occupancy at Eden Resort, transportation to and from airport to site.
Join us for an exciting trip to Troncones, a tranquil and beautiful beach, with warm clear waters of the Pacific Ocean. Troncones is located 20 miles from the fabulous sleepy fishing village of Zihuatanejo.
We will be staying at Hacienda Eden (), a beach hacienda with ocean front rooms decorated tastefully, each with a private bath. Delicious seafood and vegetarian entrees will be served by a gourmet professional chef.
Two yoga classes will be offered each day for all levels and will include asana (yoga poses), pranayama(breathwork), meditation, Nada Yoga (Yoga of Sound) and Yoga Nidra (Deep Relaxation).
There will be ample opportunities for rest and quiet time, or to partake in many activities such as swimming, bird watching. Also, eco-tours with special hikes to caves, a swimming hole and a kayaking adventure on a nearby lagoon. Horseback riding, massage, shopping trips to Ziwa, snorkeling at the beautiful Ixtapa Island, and deep sea fishing are other optional activities and much more.
Zoreh Afsarzadeh, founder of High Desert Yoga, has been teaching yoga, teacher trainings, offering public classes, retreats, and private yoga therapy sessions for more than 30 years. She enjoys exploring the heavenly spots in the world by offering yoga and meditation retreats. Her teaching combines a delicate knowledge of the body that allows a compassionate spiritual expression of the postures to emerge.
Kim Schwartz began studying yoga in 1971. He has taught ongoing yoga classes, teachers training programs, retreats and workshops here and abroad for more than 40 years. He is registered with the Yoga Alliance as an ERYT 500. Though asana and pranayama have become primary disciplines, the philosophy of yoga is still at the heart of his practice and teaching.