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Kaohsiung Hatha Yoga in nature, Wednesdays@10am

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Kaohsiung Hatha Yoga in nature, Wednesdays@10am

Postby LisaFurtado » 04 Nov 2011, 19:25

Yoga is for everyone!
Regardless of flexibility, yoga can help you feel your best. Find overall health, balance and rejuvenation, starting from within.

Join us for Community Yoga:
-Free of charge, just bring your beautiful self!
-Wednesday mornings 10am-12pm at Kaohsiung's Art Museum
-Rain or shine, meet at the Restaurant area
-Hatha, Chakra, Kundalini and traditional Ashtanga Yoga with certified yoga teachers,
Emily Sheehan, Mayna Chien and Lisa Furtado

Beginners to seasoned sun-saluters, all are welcome!
First timers, let me know and I can lend you a mat for practice.

For more info, email( or phone/text 0917874648.
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Postby LisaFurtado » 17 Jan 2012, 00:44

Transformative Yoga Kending Retreat

On the beautiful south coast of Kending, Taiwan

With Hatha/ Kundalini/Ashtanga certified yoga teachers and Reiki masters:
Lisa Furtado, Mayna Chien and Emily Anjali O'Sheehan

Saturday February 11th, & Sunday February 12th, 2012

Kaohsiung Yogi invites you to enjoy a weekend retreat of detoxification, rejuvenation and transformation. At a comfortable southern B&B, surrounded by space and nature, we will balance traditional yogic practices with the luxuries of modern living.

Practice yoga, meditate and breathe. Cultivate a state of inner peace and purity. Nourish your personal journey with delicious vegetarian meals and cool/ hot springs.
Take an active or relaxed approach with a selection of optional workshops and classes:

Sat. Feb. 11th

Meditation -Lisa
Chakra Hatha Yoga -Emily
Thai massage and Tibetan Bowl healing -Mayna
Ayurveda/Nutrition -Emily
Reiki -Mayna & Lisa
Dinner at Hotsprings

Sun. Feb 12th

Kundalini Yoga –Mayna
Guided Meditation -Lisa
Chakra Hatha Yoga –Emily
Journal Writing -Lisa
Silent practice -Everyone

( Save your spot with deposit by Jan.31st, 2012)

Price includes transportation, accommodation, meals, workshops and materials.

Departure from Kaohsiung, Taiwan (KH), 7:30am, Feb. 11th. Return to KH, 3:00pm, Feb. 12th, 2012

Email Kaohsiung Yogi to book your reservation/more info:
B&B photos, links:

Facebook: “ Kaohsiung Yogi”!/groups/142770155805221/

Thank you,
Kaohsiung Yogi


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