We'll spend 6 nights and 7 days at the beautiful Sansara Resort, located on the Pacific Ocean in stunning Cambutal, Panama. Your days will be filled with yoga, friendship, adventure and relaxation. You will have a wide array of activities including surfing, SUP, fishing, hiking, bike riding, and exploring all that Panama has to offer.
Located at the southernmost point of Panama in the Azuero Peninsula, Cambutal is a small village in the province of Los Santos, about 5 hours away from the country's capital. Where mountains meet the sea, this area has been described as a mix between the wild-west and Hawaii - with a lot less people! With empty waves and uninhabited black sand beaches, Cambutal is the perfect destination to get away from it all and remember who you are!
And in the midst of this untouched paradise is Sansara Resort. With an onsite restaurant and bar, a thatched roof yoga shala facing the Pacific Ocean, a 5-star spa, and ton of opportunities for adventure every single day, this will be a week to cherish.
Yoga powerhouse, photographer, and entrepreneur Tara Morris lives a big, full and joyful life with her incredible friends and two pups in Providence, RI. Originally from Marshfield, MA, she's lived all over the world and settled back on the east coast to be closer to her family. She has spent the last 20 years traveling the world and has been to 35 countries, mostly by herself, but has also led yoga and photography workshops all over the world under the Destination Love Offensive brand. Tara's classes are powerful, athletic, and ablaze with tempo and music. As a teacher, she curates a gritty power experience designed to explore using the body for mental health and how our thoughts make us feel. Her goal for students in every single class is to help them walk out feeling grateful, hopeful and free. If her life had a mission statement it would read: To see the world and make people feel good. She does her best. :-)
Shawna has expressed herself through movement for as long as she can remember so it makes sense that she has degrees in ballet and modern dance. Shawna was a professional dancer who trained under Alvin Ailey, Philadance, and Roni Koresh, but a brutal injury on stage cut her dance career short. Off-stage yoga was waiting to write her next chapter. Dance trained with the power of breath. For the next 20 years Shawna would practice weekly, deepening her relationship with the style. Now Shawna steps into shaping the Hot Power program at Down Under School of Yoga in Boston. Always a student, she continues to grow her repertoire, currently studying yoga therapy as a tool to work through injuries, anxiety, and depression. Shawna lives outside Boston with her two great pups and even greater two kids, Zoe and Jake.