Parrot Cay Resort Hosting Pilates Retreat: “Strength Without Struggle” with Lynda Lippin
Experience the power of Pilates in paradise this Fall, 2009!
Author: Christine Lakatos — Published: Jul 08, 2009 at 6:09 pm
This Blog is about Parrot Cay Resort and their Pilates Retreat and Lynda Lippin, a highly-qualified Pilates instructor, but it will also teach you the benefits of Pliates and its POWER to transform your body!
One of the most prestigious, exclusive, and spectacular resorts in the world, COMO Shambhala Retreat at Parrot Cay Resort, located in the Turks and Caicos Islands, will be hosting a five-day, six-night restorative Pilates Retreat, “Strength without Struggle.”Check out Lynda Lippin's blog, Pilates Goddess, to learn more about Pilates, her expertise and her own array of "back and neck pain" Pilates audios & e-books.
World class Pilates teacher, Lynda Lippin, (Parrot Cay’s popular and highly experienced resident Pilates specialist), will be leading this Pilates Retreat from November 8th to the 14th, 2009, which is open to all, including beginners.
Lippin has been practicing and teaching Pilates for over 20 years, has owned and operated award winning Pilates studios in the U.S., and trains Pilates teachers for the Physical Mind Institute. Lippin is also an accomplished fitness trainer, certified by ACE (American Council on Exercise), and has her own array of "back and neck pain" Pilates audios & e-books.
Parrot Cay is a tiny private island, which is geographically situated in the Northern Caribbean Turks and Caicos Islands, only a one-and-a-half-hour flight from Miami and a three-hour flight from New York City.
Parrot Cay Resort and COMO Shambhala Retreat is the only thing on the 1000-acre island––even the private estates are under the COMO wing, as it were. Parrot Cay Resort is a quiet and peaceful place where you will find an award winning holistic spa––a retreat for those who seek total relaxation and rejuvenation for your mind, body and spirit. White sand beaches, hues of turquoise to azure and on to deep blue waters, and coral reefs surround the resort, while the island is rich with marine life and vegetation.
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- Exercise a Major Factor if you are Serious About Getting Fit!
- The Proper Diet -- Good Foods for Low Body Fat, Vibrant Health, and Longevity!
- These are from my Seven-Part Series: Why Do American Women Get Fat? What You Can Do About It. Found on EzineArticles.com
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