Belize Experience Yoga Retreat 

February 29-March 7, 2020

with  Erin Thomas, E-RYT 500, of Vibe Yoga Studio
Third time returning instructor!  

$2495 per person, double occupancy  

 $600 surcharge for single occupancy.  

Retreat Details

Yoga Retreat Includes:

Yoga Retreat Includes:

Yoga Retreat Includes:

  • All meals (except 1 lunch and 1 dinner while on Caye Caulker)
  • 4 nights jungle lodging in the Maya Mountains
  • 3 nights island lodging on the island of Caye Caulker
  • Yoga sessions
  • Mayan ruin tour
  • Caving tour
  • Snorkeling tour
  • All transfers in Belize (on our scheduled shuttles)

Not Included:

Yoga Retreat Includes:

Yoga Retreat Includes:

  • International airfare to BZE
  • Gratuities
  • Alcohol or other beverages not included with meals
  • Additional tours, spa treatments, etc., not listed in tour package

About the Instructor

Erin Thomas, E-RYT 500

Born and raised in the Midwest, I am a lover of coffee, bad puns, 90’s hip-hop, and the incredible potential that lies in yoga.

It was during my first yoga class, one that I had been reluctantly  dragged to, that I felt like I had come home.  I found a practice that  could make me feel strong and vulnerable all at the same time.  I  quickly recognized that the practice of yoga is much like the journey of  life; its full of ups, downs, twists, and turns.  Over the years, my  yoga mat has become a sacred piece of real estate.  Whether it is a day  of flying or falling, my yoga practice has the potential to both break  me open and put me back together. It is that combination that keeps me  in my practice and that I strive to share as a teacher.

As a teacher, my sincerest hope is that students feel comfortable and  supported to show up exactly as they are.  To me, the power of yoga  lies in its accessibility.  My aim is to hold space for practitioners to  uncover what they need, be it strength, patience, or compassion.  On  the mat, I want students to tap into their amazing potential, pushing  past their perceived limitations and rising further than they previously  thought possible.  It’s most important to me that as I teach and  connect with students that they feel seen, that I understand where they  are, and meet them there.