Immerse and Flow
a Cultural Getaway and Vinyasa Immersion with Om Tribe Yoga Retreats
Feb 16 - 23, 2020
Prices from: $1650 USD
Join Om Tribe Leaders, Randi Cerini and Erica Chen, for an unforgettable 8 day getaway in island bliss. A time to getaway, reconnect with yourself, deepen your yoga practice, explore a new culture and country, jump start a healthier version of you, get inspired or just have fun!
We have been looking forward to visiting Thailand since we founded Om Tribe in 2017, and the time is finally here... we can't wait to share this experience of a lifetime with you. With daily vinyasa classes, restorative evening classes and a few asana workshops throughout the week, yogis of all levels will gain new knowledge of the body and asana, build a stronger meditation practice, and feel more centered upon returning home.
On every retreat we've hosted, our students leave with their hearts full, bodies re-energized, a calmer state of mind, and arm in arm with new yogi friends. Plan to sweat, relax, hike, feed rescued elephants, enjoy sunsets, eat delicious fresh food, swim, stargaze, and more. We hope you can join us! Early bird special ends October 31st.
07:15 - 07:30: Coffee/tea, fruit
07:30 - 07:45: Meditation
08:00 - 09:15: Yoga practice
09:30 - 11:30: Brunch
11:30 - 17:00: Either an excursion or free time to relax and explore the island, lunch or snacks on your own
17:00 - 18:15: Evening yoga practice
18:30 - 20:30: Dinner
After 20:30: Free time, beach bonfires, dancing at the disco, relaxing, stargazing, Tribe bonding, etc.
- All lodging accommodations
- Transportation to and from Koh Samui airport
- Daily brunch and dinner
- Twice daily yoga classes/workshops
- Morning meditations
- One 60 minute traditional Thai massage
- Bonding with likeminded yogis
- Stargazing, and more!
What's not included
- Flights to and from Koh Samui
- Additional snacks, meals, and drinks
Movement and dance have always been part of Randi's life. She began dancing as a toddler and continued to dance, perform, and choreograph through college and after. She moved to New York City to continue her focus on dance and movement and found that yoga was not only something she loved to practice, but it also helped reduce foot pain she had developed from years of dancing.
This "aha" moment inspired her to become a yoga teacher so she could help others cope with physical injuries, mental and emotional struggles, or just find clarity and groundedness after a hectic New York day. Randi teaches various styles of yoga including vinyasa, hatha, Katonah, restorative, and prenatal.
She regularly teaches public classes, private clients and on international yoga retreats. She completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training and mentorship program in 2014 at Yoga Vida in Manhattan, and 50 hours of training with Abbie Galvin and Alex Sharry at Katonah Yoga in Manhattan.
Randi's teaching style largely focuses on helping students find proper alignment before moving deeper into a posture or state of meditation. Her sequences are challenging for students of all levels yet attainable for new students, as she provides variations for many postures as well as hands on assists. Randi is constantly inspired by the teachers and students she encounters in New York and the worldwide yoga community.
Erica Chen has had a passion for movement since she can remember. A Florida native, she began to train in dance at a young age, in various styles and classical techniques. She graduated from Florida State University with a BFA in Dance, where she studied different mediums of movement and fell in love with yoga.
But, it wasn't until she moved to New York that she deepened her practice and found the yoga practice is what keeps her centered not only amidst the hustle and bustle of the city, but in her own body, mind, and life. Erica has achieved her 200 RYT certification, as well as completed her mentorship under Lindsay Hilscher through Yoga Vida NYC.
She has also completed her prenatal certification through Ishta Yoga, and 100 hours of training of the katonah yoga method under Abbie Galvin at The Studio in Manhattan. She now helps to lead the 200 hour teacher training at Yoga Vida and is a mentor in their mentorship program.
Erica hopes to fuse her love of different movement techniques to create an energetic, challenging and seamless flow during her classes. With a strong belief in yoga being accessible to everyone, Erica gives many modifications and variations, hands on adjustments, and alignment based cues to help the entirety of the class breathe together and move together.
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