Ixtapa Zihuatanejo is a place for peace and relaxation. By the ocean, immersed in nature, you can reconnect with your inner self and find harmony with the environment. Ixtapa Zihuatanejo is a perfect place for Campus Yoga 2013 from Friday – Sunday, October 25 – 27.
Campus Yoga is a three-day event that brings different disciplines and holistic practices such as Yoga, Tai Chi, Meditation, Alternative Medicine, Food and Music together. The event consists of conferences and classes taught by renowned yoga teachers, complemented by a series of related activities.
Renowned Mexican and international teachers will share their experience and knowledge during Campus Yoga, including:
International Yoga Teachers
Sadie Nardini – Vinyasa Yoga
Jenny Cornero – Yoga for Health
National Yoga Teachers
Alejandro Maldonado – Yoga instructor and TV personality
Guru Sadhana Singh – Kundalini Yoga, who teaches at Sat Nam Yoga in Zihuatanejo and at various hotels in the area
International Spiritual Leader (Conference and Meditation)
Akash – Art of Living
Jai Uttal and The Kirtaniyas
Complementary Activities include:
- Water Yoga with Sergio Arana
- Acroyoga with Alex Quiyono
- Ayurveda class with Michele Torres
- Aromatherapy class with Vanessa Fernandez
- Mantras for Meditation with Isaac Fernandez
- Tai Chi with Juliet Portilla
- Vegetarian Cooking class with Jamie Davies
- Massage session on the beach
- Holistic Bazaar
- “Ashes and Snow” private screening
The event´s program and activities will be take place in Ixtapa at Azul Ixtapa Beach Resort, Sunscape Dorado Pacifico Ixtapa and Emporio Hotel with different activities in each hotel. Click to download the schedule of activities: Campus Yoga Schedule of Activities
The cost is: Single Class $ 150.00 Pesos; One day $ 600.00 Pesos; Full event $1,500.00 Pesos. You can purchase tickets on-line at www.eticket.mx or at participating hotels on the day of the event. For more information, visit: www.campusyoga.com.mx.
Relax, connect to nature and enjoy Campus Yoga 2013 in Ixtapa Zihuatanejo.
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