Yoga Retreat in Treasure Beach, Jamaica

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Yoga Retreat in Treasure Beach, Jamaica

Time: November 9, 2013 to November 16, 2013
Location: Treasure Beach, Jamaica
Street: 485 E. Main Street STE 6
City/Town: Ashland, Oregon
Website or Map: http://www.lotusrisingretreat…
Phone: (541) 708-1083
Event Type: yoga, retreat, -, jamaica
Organized By: Clif Schieck
Latest Activity: May 13, 2013

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Yoga Retreat in Treasure Beach, Jamaica

November 9 – November 16, 2013

Treasure Beach Jamaica Yoga Spa Retreat

Join us in this “Treasure” of a beach off the beaten path of Jamaica for a week of yoga, relaxation, transformation and adventure.

We will stay at the Jakes Hotel, Villas & Spa, Calabash Bay, Treasure Beach, a seaside retreat and spa offering awe-inspiring scenery and a connection to the vibrant local culture and people. Jake’s is a boutique resort with personality and charisma. Known to be one of the best places to stay in The Caribbean, this beachfront property features a mosaically tiled sea-water swimming pool and a string of vividly designed colorful, thatch-roofed cottages along the cliffs. A favorite beach community of both locals and visitors alike, Treasure Beach is a spot that surely lives up to its name. Set against a background of lush greenery, this charming hideaway is a six-mile stretch of coral-colored and sometimes black sands, private coves and rocky shores. For travelers who want to discover the South Coast’s vibrant local culture and people and are in search of untrodden beaches, a visit to one of Treasure Beach’s four main bays – Billy, Calabash, Great and Frenchman’s– is a must. In Calabash Bay, the largest of the four main bays, friendly fishermen dock their brightly painted canoes and unload the day’s catch. Click here to view a video of the resort and spa.

Contact us for more information and reservations:
(541) 708-1083

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