In the spirit of wellness and New Year’s resolutions, Via Yoga to offer $300 discount on all retreats for limited time in January 2010
WHO: Via Yoga, the premier provider of co-ed yoga and surf vacations in Sayulita, Mexico.
WHAT: A $300 savings that can be applied to any six-night retreat taking place in the 2010 season.
WHEN: Guests who book a trip between January 1-20, 2010, will receive $300 off general rates. The discounted offer can be applied to any retreat in the 2010 season that begins on Monday, January 25, 2010 and runs through Friday, April 23, 2010.
WHERE: Sayulita, Mexico, located 45 minutes north of Puerto Vallarta; guests who book a Via Yoga retreat stay at Villa Amor, an oceanfront resort nestled on a hillside and offering 34 spacious, open-air villas, most with expansive views of the Pacific Ocean.
DETAILS: Each of the travel packages combine daily surf lessons with beachside yoga or Pilates classes, along with plenty of time to relax on the beach and explore vibrant Sayulita.
Each package includes a massage, a boat trip with snorkeling at nearby Punta Mita, a daily breakfast buffet, three group dinners at Villa Amor and/or other local restaurants, daily maid service and roundtrip airport transfers from Puerto Vallarta International Airport to Villa Amor.
In addition to activities included in the retreat, guests enjoy nearby hiking, shopping, horseback riding, getting to know the local residents and exploring the picturesque town’s charming restaurants, shops and galleries.
Each six-night retreat provides a different instructor and focus. Detailed information on each session and instructor, along with a full schedule can be found on the Web site. Space is limited to 20 guests per retreat and dates and retreats are subject to change. Rates, which range from $2,095 to $4,095, are per person and do not include airfare. Certain restrictions may apply. For more information or to make a reservation call 800-603-YOGA or visit www.viayoga.com.
About Via Yoga
Kelly Kemp, an entrepreneur and passionate yoga practitioner, and Michelle Gantz, a certified yoga instructor, Pilates instructor and licensed massage therapist, started Via Yoga in 2004 with the aim of taking yoga vacations to a new level of bliss. During their first three years, they hosted between six and twelve retreats per year at Villa Amor in Sayulita, Mexico. Based in Seattle, Wash., Via Yoga now offers a variety of yoga, yoga/surfing, yoga/Spanish and yoga/Pilates retreats every year. The company’s mission is to help guests find relaxation, self-discovery, culture and laughter through yoga. For more information, visit www.viayoga.com.