Treat Yourself To Life, Yoga and A Winning Wellness Experience at Lumeria Maui

Lumeria Maui, the upscale Maui yoga and wellness retreat, is welcoming back Jason Crandell, one of the country’s leading wellness teachers and professionals, for a week immersion with his signature style that blends power, precision and mindfulness.  

This is a rare opportunity for yoga students to study with Crandell as most of his time is devoted to training yoga teachers. An opportunity to revitalize and deepen one’s yoga practice this special Lumeria retreat will blend a powerful, dynamic and fluid vinyasa practice with a detail oriented precision alignment practice to awaken the body with hip openers, back bends, arm balances, inversions and standing poses.  

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Special attention is given to students who have specific requests and needs. In the afternoons a seated meditation and pranayama practice prepares VIPs with forward bends, twists, sidebends and restoratives. Each practice balances effort and relaxation taught with Crandell's attention to alignment cues, sustainable pace and mindfulness teachings.

Meals at Lumeria focus on healthy garden to table cuisine from their restaurant MuBu, which sources ingredients first from the property’s own organic produce and fruit gardens as well as from neighboring farms in upcountry Maui. More than 90 percent of the fresh ingredients used in the kitchens at Lumeria come from within 15 miles of the property including fresh fish, chicken, vegetables and fruit. 

Visit www.lumeriamaui.com and www.jasonyoga.com.

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