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This spring in Playa Maderas, Nicaragua, Gregg Drusinsky, Angelica Kushi, and Michael Hewett are offering a 7-day exotic retreat that will jam-pack the participant with adventure, asana, meditation, macrobiotic philosophy, live music, and delicious eats. 

Ease yourself out of winter by committing to a week and a half of renewed transformation. Multiple price packages are available to suit your specific needs, and we are dedicated to providing the right combination of sthira and sukha–steadiness and serenity–to both tease and tense the body toward enigmatic release. 

The atmosphere of Maderas Village is ripe for regeneration; the website reads, “focus on whatever you like to do.” And we sure as hell will. This is yoga without the bullshit. Prepare your ass to be kicked, and celebrated, accordingly. 

The retreat will be held from 4/20-4/27, and if you happen to arrive a day early (4/19), the first night’s free. Registration ends 4/5, and space is extremely limited. Join us for an all-inclusive ride of seriously enlightened shenanigans. Register here.

Big ups!

 

Gregg Drusinsky

Chef Gregg has been working in kitchens since he was 15. He received his BA in restaurant Management at UMASS and later attended The French Culinary Institute. He has worked for Mario Batali at Casa Mono and Lupa, then with Jean Georges and Eric Ripert as the Sauciert at Le Bernardin. Gregg was a Chef-Instructor at the International Culinary Center and most recently created the pop-up restaurant ABODE in Manhattan. Gregg has cooked and traveled in Thailand, Spain, and Italy. His cooking style is a culmination of his past expereinces, integrating progressive technique with classic flavor combinations and always paying homage to ingredients. 

Angelica Kushi

Angelica is a yoga teacher, ancient food wisdom coach, aerialist, dancer and actor. She’s been teaching yoga in NYC since 2008 and teaching people how to live and eat according to ancient wisdom since 1999. She was born and raised in the world of Macrobiotics, received formal training from the Kushi Institute, Institute for Integrative Nutrition and Sarah Tomlinson’s Ayurvedic training program. She performed in the critically acclaimed high-flying show, Fuerza Bruta. www.angelicakushi.com

Michael Hewett

Michael has taught yoga in New York City since 1997 and is the founder/director of Sarva Yoga Academy. His classes weave together philosophies, asana, music and meditation to experientially guide students along their paths through humor, scholarship, and artistry. A professional guitarist/composer for over 25 years, Michael has played for the hit Broadway show ‘Wicked’, created videos for Guitar World Magazine and tours internationally with his own work. Check out his music atmichaelhewett.bandcamp.com

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