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© 2017 by Atma Yoga. 

C O L O M B I A

an Atma Yoga Retreat led by

Tara McLaughlin   &   Antoinette Lum

Dive into the new year

with a week-long, all-inclusive retreat

in the mountains of Medellín, Colombia

February 17 -22, 2019
Treat yourself, you deserve it!

WHAT TO EXPECT

Join Tara McLaughlin and Antoinette Lum for a retreat in the mountains above Medellín, Colombia.

 

This retreat will be limited in size, offering an intimate space for guidance and support throughout the week. The retreat includes daily yoga classes, meditation & mindfulness work, fresh locally sourced meals by a private chef, therapeutic massages, and educational experiences on the culture, people, and history of Colombia.
 

In between the yoga sessions and daily meditation you can enjoy a swim in the pool or book a massage. There will also be organized hikes, activities and excursions including the opportunity to lead a yoga class at a local orphanage!

Most importantly there will be plenty of time to relax and rejuvenate!

 

Expect rich conversation, space to reflect, fresh approaches to classic asana and memories to last a lifetime!

 

Tara & Toni will strive to create an experience that will leave you feeling refreshed and inspired

and ready to move forward from a place of intention and mindfulness.

OVERVIEW

DATES: 

Feb. 17-22
This is a 5 day/night retreat
beginning the afternoon of Sun. Feb. 17
ending the morning of Fri. Feb. 22 

 

COST:

$2150

Deposit (1/2 down) due by Fri. Dec. 14*

Final payment due by Mon. Jan. 14

*deposit fully refundable through Dec. 14

 

WHAT'S INCLUDED: 
The retreat cost covers all on-site expenses including
meals, classes, massages, service, welcome gift, and excursions
+ transportation to/from site.

FLIGHTS:

Flights are not included in the retreat cost. Most flights run between $600-750
depending on the airline, departure city, and number of stopovers.
 

LOCATION: 

The retreat site is a private luxury estate located in the mountains above Medellín.

ACCOMODATION: 

Shared bedrooms of 2-4 retreat guests. 

ADD-ONS: 
2 night stay in Medellín from Fri. Feb. 22 - Sun. Feb. 23
Cost = $350 
includes group tour of Medellín + day/evening activities + all transportation

 

Note: Group transportation between the airport and the retreat site is included in the retreat cost.
If you need airport pick-up or drop-off outside of the designated arrival/departure days and times, this can be arranged for you at an additional cost. Send flight itinerary to info@atma.studio for an estimate.  

QUESTIONS: 
Contact our team at 
(925) 317-3302 
info@atma.studio

THE SITE:

In an idyllic setting of mountain views, fresh air, gorgeous lawns and a luxurious pool to completely relax and focus on setting your 2019 goals.  

 

Open, spacious living areas expand out onto gardens and a private pool.
The terraces feature outdoor lounge and dining areas. 

Inside, the bedrooms have stunning endless mountain views and en suite bathrooms.

All equally modern and yet historic building, this piece of paradise makes you feel at home 

as soon as you arrive.  Indulge in the beautiful views of the Medellin area, 

swim through the refreshing waters of the deep outdoor pool, 

breath in misty mountain air mixed with the fragrance of majestic palm trees and lush gardens, 

all complemented by the peace and serenity of true Columbian mountain living.  

ABOUT TONI

My general philosophy on life and in my practice can mostly be defined by the hawaiian word: aloha. While the word is most commonly used as a greeting or simply translated as love, aloha in the hawaiian language is defined as compassion, peace, mercy, and love. The idea of aloha is that you are so filled with this sense of joy and truth that you must share it with others, hence it becoming a greeting. If we can approach our Self and others with aloha in our daily lives, in our environment and community, and in our yoga practice- imagine the possibilities! It is with aloha that I approach my classes.

 

In my teachings you can expect to see influence from my ballet dancing background (danced for more than 15 years) and perhaps a kick in the booty from running and triathlon training (I’ve completed 5 half-marathons and a half-IronMan)! More importantly there will always be a deep respect to the individual. Meeting everyone right where they are. To have compassion, love, and mercy for oneself so that we can move off of the mat and into the day with complete Self (capital S!) love and awareness.

 

With big love, light, and Alooohaaaa!

Toni

ABOUT TARA

Tara was introduced to the practice yoga by her High School dance company in 2008.

Continuing her dance career at Fairfield University, she began to deepen her yoga practice

focusing on asana and pranayama. Tara quickly fell in love with the physical and mental benefits

of the practice and felt a deep connection to the yoga community and her teachers. 

In 2013, Tara completed her 200 hour Teacher Training at YogaWorks NYC under teacher trainer Chrissy Carter.Her training emphasized proper alignment and purposeful sequencing along with anatomy, philosophy and the history of yoga.

 

Tara continued her education completing her Level 1 Children's Yoga and Mindfulness Teacher Training, Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga Teacher Training, Reiki 1 Certification and most recently a training with the Art of Yoga Project. This training focused on the use yoga and art to support, heal, and empower marginalized teen girls.

Tara currently teaches a variety of classes that include Hatha, Vinyasa, Restorative,

Yin, Teen yoga, and Children's yoga and mindfulness in the San Francisco Bay Area.

She enjoys creating unique sequences that carry along a theme and purpose.

 

Her classes aim to make yoga accessible to everyone, no matter the student’s ability.

She emphasizes proper alignment and the use of props to deepen the students understanding

of an action and it's benefit to the body. Her intention is to create a healing and empowering class for all, and hopes that her students take the practice off the mat and into the world.