The Sanctuary at Two Rivers by Liz Lindh offers yoga retreats, yoga teacher training, and nature adventure vacations for a natural inner transformation.
Liz is a licensed and board-certified doctor of acupuncture and oriental medicine, a National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Diplomate in Chinese herbal medicine, a holistic skincare therapist, a natural beauty expert, and a yoga teacher and teacher trainer. Her dynamic Vinyasa yoga classes are a fusion of fluid movement, flexibility, core strengthening, and balance, where you will find rhythm and awareness, breath and calm, ritual, integration of body, mind, heart, and spirit. She teaches with the intention of spreading love, health, and beauty.
David is a graduate of both the Level 1 and 2 Ayurvedic Studies Program from the Ayurvedic Institute as well as their program in Pune, India. Enjoying the study of the different cultures of the world, he graduated from Dartmouth College with a degree in Anthropology. Currently, David teaches both online and on-campus Ayurvedic nutrition courses as well as Sanskrit at the institute. He also teaches yoga and meditation at Sani Yoga in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and co-teaches their teacher training program.
Naganath is the founder of the Tantric Alchemy Institute. An ardent yogi for the past 22 years, Naga has completed over 1000 hours of yoga teacher training with Shiva Rea (Advanced Teacher Training Program), Rod Stryker, and teachers from the Bihar School of Yoga. In 2004, Naga studied Ayurveda at The Ayurvedic Academy held at Bastyr University in Washington and began extensive studies in Jyotish (Vedic astrology) with the aid of his close friend and mentor in various occult sciences, Dr. Robert Svoboda.
from United States, July 2018
"Truly a Sanctuary in many ways, not just YOGA"
Nature, the integration of the local environment and all this beautiful area offered, living YOGA and not just attending a training but a way of life!
from Italy, May 2018
Liz was an amazing teacher. This, together with the jungle vibes, the food and 14 awesome goddesses, made the full experience unforgettable
from Sweden, January 2018
The food was amazing! The sanctuary was great, really cool to be living at an all solar energy place in the middle of the jungle. Nice to hear the jungle sounds as you fall asleep, also nice to have an outdoor shower. An extra plus for the pool and the rings that you could swing in at yoga pagoda. YTT course was in total very intense but very good and interesting and I think it has changed my life in some ways. Really liked this experience and the people I met! And Liz is a really good teacher!
from Netherlands, May 2017
"Unique transformational experience"
- Liz is a great yoga teacher
- Food is amazing! My favorite list is very long
- Full immersion in nature
from United States, May 2017
The food was good and there were lots of wild animals. I appreciate receiving half my money back so I could leave early.