Chaya Garden Yoga Ashram in Belize

Bliss is the key

Welcome to the Chaya Garden Yoga Ashram, Belize. This is a personal invitation from Evan and Laine to join us at the palapa by the waterfall in Cristo Rey (Cayo District, Belize) for rejuvenating yoga classes, world class healing massage, and stimulating self development workshops, meditation and more. Our goal as healers and yogis is to share the experience of bliss with the world, recognizing bliss as the primary method of self-realization. To experience true bliss is the highest calling, and the most critical thing you can do for yourself and the planet right now . At Chaya Garden Yoga Ashram, we promote bliss through yoga, meditation, mantra, healing massage, music, and intuitive shamanism.

The natural magic of the water falls can be seen looking down from our yoga palapa. The waterfalls are spring fed, falling down limestone formations, creating a highly ionized local environment. This uplifting atmosphere intensifies in the pool itself, the energy of the living water caressing , cleansing, revitalizing and uplifting you from the skin to the bone. The spiritual vibration is high in this sacred ancient location.  This waterfall highlights the natural beauty of Belize.

The palapa, a thatched roof structure, native to Belize, rises overhead like a giant umbrella, the leaves woven like a huge basket which rests on the many supporting poles which radiate from the center post.  In Belize, the Bay leaf palm is used for round thatch. This traditional structure, being fractal, is optimal for the best possible flow of energy and vibration for healing and yoga, as fractal energy patterns are most conducive to experiencing bliss. What this means to us is the free expansion of the aura, unfettered and uncaged by the metal and plastic of modern building. This is a key to bliss, the freedom of the NAM to connect with the SAT.  SAT being the supersoul, and NAM being the  individual.  SAT NAM.

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No alcohol, cigarettes or dogs at the ashram please.