Join us for the Caribbean Yoga Conference:
Main Event: January 31 to February 3, 2013 Montego Bay, Jamaica
Pre & Post Events: January 28-31 & February 3-8, 2013 Treasure Beach, Jamaica
Caribbean Yoga Conference Holiday Registration Special Now through December 25, 2012:
Registrations for the holiday special can be made here. Interested attendees can bring a friend to this sun-filled, yoga-imbued Conference and receive 25% off the regular registration fee when two tickets are purchased within the same order. For $600, two people can enjoy all that the Caribbean Yoga Conference offers including high-quality yoga classes, music and the new family-friendly program CircusYoga camp for little ones ages 7-14.
A cornerstone concept of the Conference is that yoga should be accessible to all those who want to experience its benefits. Thus, the Caribbean Yoga Conference is also offering a Pay-What-You-Can Scholarship program for individuals who otherwise would not be able to attend the Conference. Applications are accepted through January 1, 2013. Recipients will be notified on or before January 15, 2013.
Now in its second year, the Caribbean Yoga Conference is dedicated to bringing yoga, wellness services and give back programs to Caribbean communities. “We feel fortunate to celebrate Caribbean culture while supporting this diverse population,” says Kimberly Moon, founder of the Caribbean Yoga Conference. “We’re connecting individuals directly to the causes they care about through a multitude of experiences and programs. Our past participants have told us they’ve never experienced such a gathering, and we’re dedicated to making our second annual event a memorable and rewarding experience for everyone.”
In addition to the Conference’s holiday special and Pay-What-You-Can Scholarship program, group rates are available through Hilton Rose Hall Resort & Spa. For more information, visit: Caribbean Yoga Conference.
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