Vinyasa Flow Yoga with Jamie Lindsay

Jamie Lindsay

A nine night, 10 day retreat in Paradise! The energy of Kalani is absolutely magical, the food is just delicious, and we’ll be doing a ton of vinyasa yoga. At least two classes a day, with a few optional advanced workshops thrown in there for fun, and the two daily classes will be a mix of meditation, breathwork, detail-oriented alignment precision holds, light flowing energy-awakening vinyasas, comprehensive Universal Yoga-style joint mobility openings, and powerful fiery sun salutation practices, with some restorative to help integrate the energies released by so much yoga, and some partner play for fun. We’ll have some side-trips as well, for snorkeling, and lava walks, and afternoons on the black sand beaches!

For more information, please visit:
Jamie's Website
Jamie's blog
Facebook page for the retreat

About the Facilitator(s)

Jamie Lindsay

While practicing standing backbends during an Ashtanga practice in 1997, Shiva nearly knocked me over with a first blast of kundalini. I've been a devoted teacher and practitioner of yoga ever since. I am grateful to all of my teachers, and I enjoy all styles of yoga, but my teaching tends to focus on accurate alignment within vigorous Vinyasa as a means to liberate the breath, prana, and ultimately kundalini, and more simply, as a tool to assist in the continuous learning of the capacity to simply pay attention. Attention heals. This practice is the love of my life, and sharing it is a great joy.

Chrisandra Fox

>Chrisandra's teaching draws upon the wisdom of the masters and the sacred knowledge found within dedication to the path of hatha yoga. She is a student of Hatha Yoga, meditation, Ayurveda, and Tantra. Her influences are many, though she has been particularly influenced by the work of Andrey Lappa, and by the Shadow Yoga school.

Grey Wedeking

“I first took yoga classes in Berlin in 1994 in exchange for English conversation. I can only imagine that I did it because I thought stretching would be good for me. Seven years later, burnt out from 6 intense years of road bicycle racing, I turned to yoga hoping to find something I could practice for the rest of my life. So far, so good. I’ve practiced with a number of those teachers you’ve seen pictures of or read about in Yoga Journal, but the principal informant to my teaching style and practice is Jamie Lindsay, from whom I’ve taken countless hours of class, and whom I assisted in public classes and at teacher trainings. The practice will be more or less familiar to anyone practicing Krishnamacharya lineage, Astanga vinyasa derived asana, with a helping of Universal Vinyasa, and a side salad of energy and breath work. I believe that the work of the asana practice through the breath can bring light, consciousness and awareness throughout the body, inform the intelligence of the body, and bring equanimity, peace and joy to the mind and spirit.”


Workshop Fees

FREE UPGRADES before April 30, 2010

Fees include workshop, meals, accommodations, and use of Kalani's facilities including pool, hot tub and sauna.

Fees per person: Double Occupancy Single Occupancy
6 - Cottage n/a n/a
5 - Tropical Loft n/a n/a
4 - Tree House Room $ 2125 $ 3025
3 - Bungalow Room $ 1720 $ 2125
2 - Lodge Room (private bath) $ 1585 $ 2035
1 - Lodge Room (shared bath) $ 1441 $ 1765

Prices subject to change without notice.