yoga in Jamaica
Announcing the First Annual TMRW.TDAY Culture Fest This May 2017 join the Tmrw.Tday movement in a weeklong cultural gathering along Jamaica’s famously beautiful Seven Mile Beach in Negril. Whether seeking enlightenment or strengthening a commitment to your existing beliefs, the first annual Tmrw.Tday culture fest offers soul-enriching wellness, fitness, gastronomy,
Where can you do yoga in Jamaica? Lots of places! Yoga seems to be growing by leaps and bounds in Jamaica! There seems to be new yoga studios constantly popping up in and around Kingston. By the way, here’s a disclaimer! I’ve recently started teaching Hatha Yoga at Afya. Here
Gungo Walk World Alternative Music & Arts Festival will be happening again this Saturday, September 3. The Gungo Walk Festival headline event “Armchair Rebelution” will kick off at 9:30pm. After the day’s events if you are an All Access ticket holder ($1500) you get to enjoy both day and night activities.
The inaugural Caribbean Yoga Conference (CYC) held from February 2 to 5, 2012 at the Rose Hall Resort and Spa in Montego Bay, Jamaica was a smashing success with approximately 250 people from all over the world in attendance. The conference was a first of its kind amongst yoga
Zonya Rodney, a (really great!) Massage Therapist and Yoga Instructor is offering a 4 week Meditation Course starting June 12. She has recently returned from a 10 day Silent Meditation Retreat at Spirit Rock in California as is eager to share what she has learnt and experienced there. Call Zonya for
Afya presents and evening of wellness, yoga and communion. Spend Sunday afternoon at Afya from 4pm until 8pm as they celebrate in wellness, yoga and community under the full moon. The afternoon will include, Mini Massages with Sharon Thomas Acupuncture with Dr. Tracey Ann Brown
Each Monday the Adi Shakti Project holds Yoga classes and accepts a donation, of any amount, towards their women’s shelter. Come out and take a sister, friend, aunt, daughter or mom. The Adi Shakti Project is about serving the community through empowering women, promoting networking and helping the less fortunate.
Helen MacMillan returns to Jamaica in July to give a series of retreats and workshops.