Retreat to Radiance: Ashtanga Yoga Retreat in Belize

with Lori Brungard and Mary Flinn postponed until summer




Clear Tropical Waters. Warm Sun. Mayan Ruins. Hidden Caves. Rainforest Hiking. Yoga. Fun. Immerse yourself  in the magic of Belize, an English speaking country with the second largest barrier reef in the word, a hidden gem of the Carribean, located just south of Mexico’s Yucatan.


Restore your body/mind/spirit through daily Ashtanga Yoga practice and complementary workshops, basking in the warm glow of the sun. Create an inner glow that radiates out!


Included in the retreat price:

  • 8 Days/7 Night stay at Prana Das International Retreat in Hopkins

  • Daily Mysore Ashtanga classes for all levels: beginners welcome

  • 2 Asana Workshops with Lori

  • 2 Breathwork/Meditation and Ayurveda workshops with Mary

  • A Guided Hike up a 1,000 Foot Waterfall overlooking the Rainforest

  • A Journey to visit the ancient Mayan Ruins

  • Daily Breakfast, plus one other meal per day

  • Round trip ground transportation from Belize City Airport

  • Time to relax, read, rest and enjoy island life.


A non-refundable $500 deposit will hold your spot…

First four people to deposit get this early bird special:

$1,980 per person/double occupancy, $2,250 single room,

full balance due by 


After first four people:

$2,200 per person/double occupancy, $2,500 single room

Registration Option:
Complete Registration Form here and      


Not Included:

  • Your LinkOne meal/day (enjoy local fare within walking distance)

  • Round trip airfare from your home airport

  • Additional excursions such as snorkeling & boat trips


For more info contact:

Mary Flinn: 267-252-2389 or Lori Brungard: 646-319-5988

More about Belize:

  • The only English speaking country in Central America

  • US dollars accepted everywhere, no need to change money

  • Affordable flights, two hours from Miami or Houston

  • Subtropical climate, 80 degrees average year round

  • Biologically diverse: 42% of land is protected

  • 180 mile long barrier reef, second only to Great Barrier Reef in Australia

  • Largest cave system in Central America, some containing Mayan artifacts

  • Exotic wildlife including parrots, toucans, tapair, kinkajou and ocelot

  • Home to the world’s first and only Jaguar preserve