personal and planetary
Mystic River Yoga
214 Crosby St.
Arlington, MA 02474
Join us for
our 20th Annual Caribbean Yoga Vacation!
Guests will stay in double occupancy 16' by 16' wood frame and canvas tent cottages
with a private sleeping area with comfortable beds: a living room that
easily converts to a second bedroom: a cooking and dining area with propane
stove, cooking and eating utensils and a large cooler. Centrally located
bathrooms are equipped with modern toilets, sinks and showers (not hot).
( A limited number of studio apartments in the Harmony complex with private baths may be available. Private
tent cottages are also available for an additional fee.)
Guests have several meal options. Each cottage is equipped for personal
cooking. The Maho Bay store carries a wide variety of food items and Cruz
Bay, the main town, has a natural foods store. The Maho Bay outdoor restaurant
serves breakfast and dinner 7 days a week and the beach shack has lunch sandwiches, smoothies and drinks daily. There is a vegetarian as well
as two other entrees every evening and special arrangements can be made
with the kitchen staff to accomodate all kinds of dietary needs. Cruz
Bay and Coral Bay have many popular restaurants serving fresh sea food
and other cuisines.
Round trip flight to St. Thomas, USVI, arrive on or before Sunday,March 6, depart on Sunday, March
13, 2011. Taxi from St. Thomas airport to Red Hook ferry (40 minutes,
$16 /person). Ferry to Cruz Bay (20 minutes $8 / person). Shuttle
from Cruz Bay to Maho (20 minutes, $10 / person).
Cost: $1295 for one week
Includes 7 nights double occupancy accomodations, 6 days with 2 yoga classes per day. Please note that
you may arrange to stay longer than the 7 days for an additional $150 per
tent per day. Non-yoga spouses are welcome for a room
fee of $525 per week.
** Single occupancy available $1820/week
***Also, you must arrange to find your own tent-mate
if you want double-occupancy.
Who's Coming in 2013 ?
refundable deposit (up to December 1, 2012) of $250 is required to secure your reservation. No Deposits refunded after December 1, 2012.
is due by December 1, 2012 for the discount rate. If there is a waiting list on December 1 and we have not received your final payment, you will be dropped to the bottom of the waiting list and the top name(s) will be moved up accordingly. If there is still space available after December 1, the $ 1295 rate will apply for those who wish to enroll.
There will be no refunds after December 31, 2012, for any reason. Travel insurance is available at a nominal cost to reimburse you for the cost of the Yoga Vacation and your airfare if you are forced to cancel. If there is concern that you may have to cancel, I suggest you pursue this option.
For more information, please call Mystic River Yoga, 781-643-0117
From the Maho Bay brochure:
Bay Camps the first of our four sister resorts, had its modest
beginnings in the Virgin Islands National Park on St. John. We started
with 18 tent-cottages, hidden among the trees and connected by elevated,
wooden walk ways. Hand construction methods left nature as undisturbed
as possible, avoiding soil erosion which endangers the beach and fragile
coral. This sensitive land use stimulated an explosion of publicity which
has encouraged our sustainable growth. Now, with 114 units, and three
sister resorts, we are probably the most publicized eco-tourism destinations
in the world.
roomy tent-cottages, built on 16' square plat forms are nearly hidden
by the lush foliage. Translucent fabric on wood frames provide shelter
while screens and terraces take advantage of the cooling trade winds.
Hillside views of the turquoise Caribbean waters are commonplace from
many of the dwellings. Our white sand beach offers privacy and a wide
variety of quiet water sports including kayaking, windsurfing, snorkeling
and scuba diving.
here to sign up
Maho Bay Campgrounds,
St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands
March 3 - 10, 2013
Twice daily yoga classes with Arthur Kilmurray (7 - 9:00 am, 4 - 5:30
is not included:
Airfare, Meals (see
Other transportation costs
photo by Allison Evans