Everyone has the ability to be happy and to realize the most healthy version of themselves, when given the space and support of a nourishing/uplifting practice.
Yoga Retreats (1)
Australian born Bettina Freake has been deeply involved in human health and wellbeing for over a decade. With a background in human movement/excercise science/psychology and remedial therapy Bettina works with clients over a number of modalities including yoga, functional patterns and posture/alignment. From beginners to advanced Bettina enjoys teaching classes for everyone. All her classes come from a deeper understanding and exploration of yoga philosophies and self understanding. Bettina has an innate ability to create an environment that invites youto delve deep and rediscover yourself
Miguel (Tivo) Ramirez
Miguel has earned the reputation as the best surf coach in Puerto Escondido where he was born and raised. He is passionate about the ocean and has been teaching people to surf for well over a decade. Miguel has worked with many people from all over the world teaching them to surf weather they are first timers, beginners or intermediate surfers. His passion for surfing saw him become an ASP judge at competitions around Mexico. He has a keen eye and is as patient as they come. Miguel is one of the most genuine guys you will meet and brings a sense of humour to each session you have in the waves!
from United States, April 2018
"Yoga + Surf = the perfect combination"
Touched by Yoga delivered such a personal experience for me. Tina clearly put so much love and intention into the planning and execution of this retreat. Yoga and surfing are a perfect combination of activities to incorporate into a retreat - I can't imagine one without the other. Puerto Escondido is a beautiful hidden gem with warm and proud residents that embrace nature and are natural hosts. In addition to the full itinerary, Tina managed to give us plenty of downtime and even threw in several joyful surprises. I would follow Tina anywhere in the world for another adventure that she was leading.