Visit Casa San Juan YouTube channel to find yoga classes online by Yogini Ginger Hooven (Kamalesh). All the videos listed are part of the LIVE YOGA CLASSES Ginger Hooven hosts every Tuesday and Thursday. You'll find classes in English & Spanish. Donations are welcome. PayPal email@example.com or deposit to Banco Industrial # 0160030080
Join Ginger every Tuesday and Thursday (in English) 8:00 - 9:00 am to practice yoga (asana, pranayama & meditation) with 15 minutes of discussion afterwards. You are welcome to join via Zoom at 7 am PDT, 8 am MDT, 9 am CDT, 10 am EDT. Donations are greatly appreciated. PayPal firstname.lastname@example.org or deposit to Banco Industrial # 0160030080.
Tuesday's class will be offered 7:00 - 8:15am Pacific time; 8:00 - 9:15 am Mountain;time, 9:00 - 10:15 am Central (Guatemalan) time and 10-11:15 am Eastern time.
Thursday's class will be offered 6:00 - 7:15am Pacific time; 7:00 - 8:15 am Mountain;time, 8:00 - 9:15 am Central (Guatemalan) time and 9-10:15 am Eastern time.
Experience all Guatemala has to offer from your home base of Casa San Juan in Antigua Guatemala, an intimate setting ideal for either personal or group retreats. Behind the vine-filled wall, you´ll find a lush garden, an architecturally enchanting main house plus six unique, modern rooms and lofts . The friendly staff is ready to attend to your every need, ensuring that you have a comfortable and memorable stay at the hotel.
Casa San Juan Hotel is located in the village of San Juan del Obispo, home to the 17th century monastery and palace of the first bishop to the Americas, Francisco Marroquin. It is a short 15 minute ride away from Antigua Guatemala, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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