Eco-Adventure Yoga Retreat 

January 23-30, 2021

 with Sheila Palmquist, E-RYT 500, Founder and Director of the Lincoln Yoga Center
Third time returning instructor!

 $2895 per person, double occupancy.
$600 surcharge for single occupancy. 

Retreat Details

Yoga Retreat Includes:

Yoga Retreat Includes:

Yoga Retreat Includes:

  • All meals
  • 4 nights jungle lodging in the Maya Mountains
  • 3 nights island lodging on an idyllic Caribbean island
  • Mayan ruin tour
  • Caving tour
  • Snorkeling tour to the world’s second-largest barrier reef
  • 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

Sheila Palmquist, E-RYT 500, Founder and Director of the Lincoln Yoga Center

Sheila Palmquist 


Founder of Lincoln Yoga Center (opened August 28th 2010) and  offers 200 & 500 Hour Yoga Certification

Take 5 Certification  (Behavior program for children)

Over 40 group classes per week, for all  ages and abilities

 My introduction to yoga began in 2000,  while living in Loveland, CO. I had an injury that kept me from my  workouts of weightlifting and cardiovascular exercise, so I tried yoga. I  have been a student ever since. My yoga practice became a way to  maintain a healthy balance of my mind, body and spirit. I started my  yoga training in 2002 after my second child was born, gave up my stress  filled corporate job and started teaching yoga to kids. In 2004 my  family and I returned to Lincoln. Although we loved CO, even good  weather and beautiful mountains don’t compare to having your friends and  family close by. My yoga journey in Lincoln has taken me to many gyms,  schools, businesses, and wellness centers. I have met many wonderful  people and have grown from each new experience. In 2008, I received my  200 hour certification at the Omaha Yoga & Bodywork Center and my  500 hour certification at the Himalayan Institute in PA. 

My approach to  yoga is always based on what is best for the student. I do not believe  in forceful practices, if you do not enjoy something you won’t and  shouldn’t continue to do it. We are all unique, no one should try to  copy someone else’s posture or practice, find yours. Our bodies and  minds react differently to stress, we do not perceive or process things  the same way. There is a formula for a healthy balance that is unique  for all of us. I love working with a student and watching them have the,  “I get it”, moment as most teachers know, we live for those moments.  Some students find awareness through moving the body, (postures) others  though the mind, (meditation) generally it is a combination of  practices. The breath is the most important component. Take three deep,  slow breaths (so the abdomen moves) right now ….notice what the affect  is on the mind and body. 

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