A perfect combination… Free diving and Yoga! Both activities has a common objective, to cease the fluctuations of the mind through the control of the breath. If you enjoy the practice of yoga you should definitely try a free diving experience and Utila is a perfect place for that, we are lucky to have in this small island a great free diving instructor.
“Mark “Tex” Rogers is a PADI Dive Instructor, an APNEA TOTAL INSTRUCTOR and Yoga Instructor. Tex is a very experience teacher and is able to get the best out of his students in a way that is both fun and inspiring.“
We are lucky to have an amazing Float Tank on our little island of Utila! This is the perfect compliment to your yoga~
Not familiar with floating?
“Floating in a flotation tank is a way of achieving extreme well-being. Essentially, you spend an hour or so lying quietly in the dark, suspended in a warm solution of Epsom salt about eleven inches (twenty-seven centimeters) deep and so dense that you float effortlessly. Our unique flotation room is equipped with underwater speakers through which relaxing music can be played and a light inside if you choose to use it. Flotation tanks are also known as isolation tanks, salt water spas, sensory deprivation tanks, and REST chambers.Flotation REST, also known as floating, was developed in America. REST stands for Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy/Technique. You float in a salt water solution in a specially designed tank, which resembles a large, enclosed bathtub. The tank is built so that all outside distractions such as sight, sound, tactile sensations, and gravity are eliminated”
We are proud to be the largest flotation tank in the world.
Amanda (a regular with our yoga classes) and Jon are your hosts and have set up an amazing refuge with the float tank. Onsite is a beautiful shower and they provide towels.
Phone in Honduras: (Country Code 504) 2425-3827 or (504) 3318-1592
From Austria, Luzia has her nurse diploma from the University Clinic in Innsbruck, and has 10 years of working as a nurse in the hospital of the canton St. Gallen (Switzerland). After this experience, she explored alternatives to the traditional medicine for healing. In harmony with the knowledge she acquired as a nurse in traditional medicine she dedicated many years to learning about healing methods and therapies of aromatic oils and was got good results by combining the two methods.
Since 2008 she lives with her husband Pride in Utila again and works enthusiastically as a nurse and aroma therapist. Luiza’s training includes:
From her website: “Are you feeling tired and burned-out? Would you like to bring your body, mind and spirit back into balance? Individually harmonised oil massages smooth a troubled nervous system, nurture and strengthen body tissues and purify the whole body by activating the lymphatic system. Not only the body will benefit but also the mind. I solely use 100% pure essential oils made by Primavera – individually mixed according to your needs.”
Contacts: Luzia Bodden;