The Buffalo club invites you to join fitness instructors, Steve Procknal and Sean McGuire as your hosts on a seven day, six night adventure to one of the most incredible places on the planet.
Cambutal is located on a beautiful beach at the southern tip of the Azuero Peninsula in Panama. This remote surf town will instantly endear you and restore you with its black sand beaches, lush green mountainscape, and incredible community.
Steven and Sean are ready to share the magic of Cambutal with you. Guests will have the option of a bootcamp style workout on the beach with Sean or yoga in their open air studio with Steve. Enjoy three complimentary healthy meals a day. Explore the many excursions the resort has to offer, including surfing with some of the best instructors in the world, snorkeling, kayaking, deep sea fishing and more. Opt out of scheduled excursions and enjoy quiet tranquil days at the resort.
Steve Procknal is a former Division 1 soccer player and ultra endurance athlete who has a passion for helping people get the best out of themselves. He is a certified personal trainer and holds a steel mace certificate as well. Steve has taught yoga & mindfulness locally for eight years both in studio and in prisons, to veterans and internationally including Rwanda, Kenya, Panama and South Africa. Steve is also a co-founder of the November Project in Buffalo. Steve has led mindfulness workshops to first responders, public workers and WNY Corrections employees.
Sean McGuire is an allied healthcare professional with an innate passion for teaching and 17+ years of experience working with a wide variety of clientele. Sean graduated Cum Laude B.S. in Health and Fitness Training, and his M.S. in Athletic Training.
Sean prides himself on educating his clients about movement while impressing upon them the importance of taking an active role in their own self-care, and regularly shares his mantra: "MOVEMENT is the "Magic Pill" that people drastically need to up their dosage of, because lack of movement now will only ever produce future lack of movement.