Culture and Immersion with Seane Corn

Dates: April 16 - 23, 2016

Price: $3,950


Dates: April 24 - May 1, 2016

Price: $3,950


About Seane

Seane Corn is an internationally celebrated yoga teacher known for her impassioned activism, unique self-expression, and inspirational style of teaching that incorporates both the physical and mystical aspects of the practice of yoga. Her classes integrate dynamic vinyasa flow asana (linking movement with breath) with the application of precise alignment, meditation, visualization, intention and prayer to create an inner journey towards healing and empowerment.

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Journey Highlights


Meet with a variety of academics, local historians, architects, business owners, geo-tourist experts, musicians, chefs, and local artisans in their galleries, homes, co-ops and street markets to view and discuss their professions and viewpoints on Cuban life and history

Spend each morning with celebrated yoga teacher, Seane Corn experiencing her unique teachings of Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Participate in a private tour of Havana presented by a well-known city architect and historian whose colorful presentations lay context for understanding five centuries in the development of Cuba’s most prominent city

Gather for conversations with local musicians and international dance troupes, sharing and enjoying their music and performances at private studios, open venues and lively clubs

Dine in local paladars, small family-run restaurants licensed to provide meals in a private home and sample some of the best and most authentic food in Cuba as well as experience the intimate, warm spaces of local people

Enjoy free time to discover the places and spaces most dear to the Cuban people with evenings open to visit cafes, nightly jazz clubs and other nighttime events








Daily Itinerary

Day 1 | Sunday, April 24

Begin your journey by meeting aCross Cultural Journeys Foundation representative at the Miami International Airport who will assist you and the other members of your group through check-in. Upon arrival in Cuba, meet your Cuban guide and drive towards your hotel. On the way, your guide will show you the historical memorial to José Martí at Plaza de la Revolución (Revolution Square) and give you a short driving tour to see the general layout of this beautiful city including the Malecón, Havana’s crystalline waterfront. Stop for lunch and dine on local cuisine at a beautiful paladar. A paladar is a small family-run restaurant licensed to provide meals in a private home. Here, you will taste some of the best food in Cuba as well as experience being in the intimate, warm spaces of local people. Arrive at your hotel for check-in, take time to settle in, then gather for dinner and absorb your first impressions of the tropical air, rhythm and color wafting out of the doorways, laughter and conversation bouncing amongst neighbors easily, meeting local people along the way.Havana Hotel (L/D)

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Day 2 | Sunday, April 25

Begin your first full day in Cuba with a continental breakfast to fuel your morning yoga class. After class, enjoy a buffet breakfast and then participate in a talk on the history of the city’s fascinating past as told to us by an expert architect and city planner. Our knowledgeable Cuban guide will then take us on a walking tour of Havana Vieja (Old Havana) meeting local people along the way, speaking with local entrepreneurs about their new businesses and to NGO’s (non-governmental organizations) who oversee sustainability projects. Lunch on your own in Havana Vieja. After lunch gather together to meet with local dance instructors to learn about the importance of dance in Cubans lives and enjoy a salsa lesson. In the evening, enjoy dinner together at a local paladar. Optional evening visit to jazz club La Zorra y el Cuervo. Havana Hotel (B/D)

Days 3 - 8 follow a similar theme.


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