Join Jolie Wilson and her amazing team of teachers and healers for a luxurious yoga retreat. Step away from the complications of daily life and return to your center. Relax and rejoice in yourself by hearing your body, mind, and spirit singing in unison. Enjoy the grace and tranquility of the open ocean, bright aqua waters, and healing sessions on the beach. Rediscover your bliss by connect to your own self!
During this retreat, you will be accommodated in the luxurious or budget room options of Key West Bed & Breakfast, Florida, carefully selected by the organizer.
Enjoy breezy island living, bright blue waters, and wildlife galore in the beautiful Florida Keys! Boasting the third largest barrier reef in the world, the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary is an incredible place to connect with nature and reconnect with your true self. Join this four-day retreat for rejuvenation and adventure!
During this retreat, each day, you will have a yoga class and guided meditation session. If you opt for the budget option, you may choose a private session from the list below everyday:
You will have an SUP salute the sunset yoga session.
You can enjoy snorkeling at Looe Key Reef.
You can choose from the given choices of Thai massage, Reiki, and spiritual guidance.
You will develop an at-home daily practice.
This retreat will take place in Florida Keys, USA.
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You will be served daily breakfast during this retreat. Please take notice the meals offered are vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free friendly.
This retreat has as much as you want or do not want to do. The sandy beaches have coral rock and sand, then flats to the ocean. Additional yoga or meditation sessions, healing, massage, and Reiki, etc. are all available upon request. This retreat is for you, and Full Circle Wellness will set up anything and everything you need to heal, relax, and restore.
Ocean birds abound. White or blue herons, gulls, egrets, osprey, and pelicans soar through sky. All through the island of Big Pine, you will find the endangered Key deer, which are a subspecies of the Virginia white-tailed deer. These deer inhabit Big Pine Key and various surrounding keys. The Key deer is the smallest of all white-tailed deer, not found anywhere else in the world.
You can also check out the turtle hospital and the dolphin research center for some local adventure and fun. Less than 10 minutes from your location, Bahia Honda State Park is mentioned in several travel magazines as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. At Bahia Honda, you will find fantastic sandy beaches. This natural preserve also boasts many indigenous plants and flowers that grow almost nowhere else in the world.
Get ready to dive the Florida Keys. As in other areas of the Keys, both PADI and NAUI certifications are accepted, but make sure you bring your card with you. There are several shops from Big Pine to Ramrod which usually have two dive or snorkel trips a day if the weather permits, and some of them add a third, which is a night dive. Opportunity for rentals or purchase of dive and snorkel equipment can be found at all the dive concessions.
Big Pine is also home to several shops that host dive and snorkel trips, daytime and nighttime, to Looe Key Marine Sanctuary, part of the reef system that runs along the length of the Keys.
Located about five nautical miles offshore is Looe Key which is part of the reef system that parallels the Atlantic side of the Florida Keys. It became a National Marine Sanctuary in 1981. Because of its unique shape and varying depths, Looe Key is an excellent scuba and snorkeling site for people of all skill levels.
In 1998, a special diving attraction was added to this area offshore of the Lower Keys. About three miles west of Looe Key, lies the Adolphus Busch, sunk in 110 feet of water in December of 1998 as an artificial reef. This 210-foot long ship was well prepared for experienced advanced divers with large holes cut for swimming through. At Sugarloaf Key, you will find a small airport where you can charter a plane ride or arrange some skydiving.
You can also visit one of the strangest landmarks you will find in the Florida Keys, the Bat Tower. An historical treasure stands where Bahia Honda Channel meets the Atlantic Ocean. Constructed in 1917, the Old Bahia Honda Bridge was originally part of the overseas railroad built by Henry Flagler. In 1936, after the railroad was destroyed by a hurricane, the bridge was adapted for automobile traffic as part of the Overseas Highway.
Because the track area was too narrow to accommodate two lanes of cars, the roadway was built atop the structure. Old Bahia Honda Bridge is one of the most photographed structures in the Keys. You can visit the Blue Hole on Big Pine, a small, freshwater pond on the island that is home to alligators, turtles, and numerous fish that are easily and safely viewed from a wooden observation deck. Leashed dogs are allowed on the trail surrounding the pond.
There are also guide services locally which offer daily or weekly trips for nature or eco tours, kayaking, bird watching, photography, or just for fun. Full Circle Wellness can assist in making referrals and arrangements for guide services.
Last, but certainly not least, the retreat is located about an hour up from Key West, which is a world unto its own, offering theater, museums, shopping, dining, historical sites, and a raucous party atmosphere. The only limit is your imagination. Namaste.
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