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Daily Yoga classes Momday through Friday at 9:00 a.M. Currently featuring Aerial Yoga class, Indo Boards and Slackline Yoga as part of Yoga for Surf Balance class. Also learn to Surf Ecuador this year with the 3 Day Surf & Yoga Course. Patricia...more
This place is not open anymore in town HOWEVER, you can take yoga classes at 3 different places in town, Amalur, Bambu, and down the beach with Leanne when she gets back in Dec :) Come learn surfing and SUPsurfing with me this season if...More
The yoga classes beside the beach in the fresh ocean air was the best yoga experience of my life. And my surf lessons were incredible. I've had lessons else where before and they didn't make me feel as safe & as good at surfing as...More
I have been doing yoga for many years and have always wanted to learn to surf. Betty Surf and Yoga provided me with the outlet to build upon both skills while having a great time. I have surfed a few times before but always struggled....More
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Had mototrip from Quito to Canoa and spent Saturday with Surf & yoga. Easy communication with Betty, smooth start and first success of surfing after couple of hours, then opened new horizonts during the yoga lessons in the evening. Amazing day, especially thanks to magical...More
This place offers yoga sessions 5 days (sometimes even on Saturdays) a week, somewhat 60-90 minutes. We went for a monthly pass for $60 and you can attend as many classes you like within a month. Single lessions are $10 each. Mostly the owner Patricia...More
A good traveller has no fixed plans and is not intent upon arriving. The yoga and surf was my only plan, center of my time in Canoa We join spikes together in a wheel but it is the center hole that makes the wagon move,...More