Banyan Tribe Wellness & Yoga

Banyan Tribe Introduces “The Best You” – An 8 Week Wellness Programme Put your plan for good health in motion! About “The Best You” “The Best You” is an 8-week wellness programme formulated especially for individuals who are seeking sustainable lifestyle changes aimed at improving health, fitness and overall well-being. “The Best You” programme is tailored to

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Yoga in the Hills
Wellness

Banyan Tribe’s Karin Wilson Edmonds will be leading “Yoga in the Hills”  on Saturday, September 23, 2017 starting at 4pm. “Yoga in the Hills” is an outdoor yoga and meditation practice led by Karin Wilson Edmonds, a certified yoga instructor, in a beautiful garden in the hills of Kingston! Location

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Cooking Classes in Kingston
Good Food

Delicious Occassion’s Chef Latoya Panton is starting up another series of cooking classes in Kingston. About Chef Latoya Panton Latoya Panton is the owner and chef of Delicious Occasions Catering and Cooking Classes. A cooking class instructor, caterer and personal chef, she studied Institutional and Catering Management at the University of

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Rex Nettleford Arts College
Happening on the Edge 2017

The Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts presents the Rex Nettleford Arts Conference 2017, October 11 to 13.  The Rex Nettleford Arts Conference 2017 kicks off on Wednesday October 11 with a Pre-Conference Culture Tour and a Corporate Tea Party at the Amphitheatre of the School of

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Jamaica's Cockpit Country
Environment

 “Cockpit Country Water ” is a short video about the importance of Cockpit Country in regulating Jamaica’s water cycle, providing 40% of Jamaica’s clean, fresh water to 6 parishes. Cockpit Country’s underground reservoir is the most important fresh water source in Jamaica.   TO SIGN PETITION, CLICK ON LINK BELOW:

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Cockpit Country
Environment

Here are five reasons why we need to protect Cockpit Country by Diana McCaulay. Diana McCaulay is the CEO of Jamaica Environment Trust (JET). Cockpit Country is a rugged, forested area of west-central Jamaica, rich in plants, animals, water and history. It is home to about 70,000 people, including the

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Karin Wilson Edmonds Wellness Programme
Banyan Tribe Wellness & Yoga

“Live Well, Eat Right, Walk Good – An Afternoon of Rejuvenation” was presented by Banyan Tribe on August 19, 2017.  The afternoon included a yoga practice by Karin Wilson Edmonds, Certified Yoga Instructor, a guided meditation by Kalaan Robert Nibonri and a talk on “Food as your Medicine” by Tehuti

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Banyan Tribe
Happening on the Edge 2017

Banyan Tribe presents an “Afternoon of Rejuvenation – Live Well, Eat Right, Walk Good”. The afternoon will include – Yoga with Karin Wilson Edmonds, Certified Yoga Instructor – ‘Food As Your Medicine’ Talk with Tehuti Maat, Lifestyle Transformation Consultant & Nutritionist – Guided Meditation with Kalaan Nibonri, Certified Meditation Teacher Healing foods

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Yoga in Jamaica
Happening on the Edge 2017

The recently held Trmw.Tday festival offered up a diverse menu of wellness, music, healthy food, and party all in the stunningly beautiful setting of Negril’s beaches and cliffs!  It was great fun teaching yoga on Negril’s 7 mile beach and here are some photos to prove how beautiful it was!

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Tmrw.Tday Culture Fest yoga
Happening on the Edge 2017

I’m honored to be teaching yoga along side these two great Jamaican yoga teachers at the Tmrw.Tday Culture Fest happening next weekend, May 17-23 in Negril, Jamaica. Jamaican teachers are featured on Monday, May 22. Come join us on the mat in Negril!  

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