Yoga-Surf Retreats

Yoga and Surf in Paradise
Come and Live Aloha…

When:
 TBA

Where:  Lahaina, Maui, HI



What town’s like:
You will be staying in the historic and beautiful Lahaina town, Maui, an
internationally famed travel destination.  Accommodations are at the brand
new
Aina Nalu luxury resort condominiums.  These are two story condos with
an old Hawaiian feel, but all the modern luxuries, including designer
furnishings, stone showers, full kitchen, washer dryer, and flat screen tvs.
There are loads of great restaurants, cafés, and shops within steps of your
front door.  One of the best beginner surfing beaches on Maui where we’ll be
learning to surf is just a short stroll away.   There is a frequent $1 shuttle that
runs from Lahaina town to Kaanapali, just 10 minutes away, where you can
enjoy more shops, restaurants and beautiful snorkeling and swimming.

What the yoga’s like:
We want your yoga experience to compliment your surfing experience.  So
our morning yoga classes/mediation sessions will be shorter and gentler.  
Afternoon sessions will be more energetic and stretch out all your surf-sore
muscles!  We’ll be practicing at
Island Spirit Yoga,  the local west side yoga
sanctuary and our host yoga studio.  Yoga sessions will be taught by your
Liquid Yoga Instructors
Nora Mangiamele and Barbara Won.  

What the waves are like:
First the water is warm, the waves are rolling and it’s shallow enough to
stand on the ground if you want to.  Waves break both right and left and there
is plenty of Aloha spirit for beginners at this spot.  There is an inside break
perfect for beginners and a more challenging outside break that you can try
out as you progress.  You will be taught by a
'Girls Gone Surfing' instructor
who has at least 10 years surfing experience, knows the local break and can
help you rip!  GGS has taught hundreds of surfers to catch their first wave
and improve their wave riding skills.


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Retreats
"I've spent most of my entire life surfing,
the rest I've wasted."

           -Unknown