Going on a yoga retreat in Jamaica is like a taking a trip to paradise. The endless beaches, the jungle, the culture, the friendliness of locals, Jamaica has it all. In terms of accommodation, the offers are abundant. You may choose from beachfront properties, jungle bungalows, or beach resorts. You may also have your yoga sessions in one of Jamaica’s famous sugar plantations. So, book a Jamaica yoga retreat and be on your way to fully revitalize yourself!
While I was working at YogaLife, I contacted Chandra about her yoga retreat in Jamaica so we could include it on the ‘Upcoming Retreats’ page. Chandra emailed me details about her June dates and I replied saying it was a shame there weren’t any retreats in July as I was planning to be in Kingston for a few weeks visiting my brother.
She called me five minutes later – she was planning two retreats in July. We arranged to meet for breakfast one morning and talk about it. Chandra’s enthusiasm and passion for what she was trying to create were infectious – and I decided I would attend her seven-day retreat in July.
In February 2014, I went on a yoga retreat with Yoga Bless in Jamaica. It was a great experience: friendly and simple, with time for relaxation by the pool, activities in the ocean, becoming healthier and meeting unusual people, with five countries represented when I was there.
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