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Navigating the Soul with Nature

  • Breathe Salt Yoga 287 E. Indiantown Road B4 Jupiter, FL 33477 US (map)

Join this passionate team Layna Moehl, Kimberly DePasquale & Dr. Larry Wood assisting nature through it’s trials and tribulations. On this journey you will tap into the same challenges your soul experiences as you to are on this same journey in life. This rustic adventure will help you connect to nature and the healing power it offers once you step away and disconnect. Yoga, snorkeling, volunteering, adventuring and so much more.

  • Birthing of Sea Turtle Babies/Birthing the Soul

  • Facing Your Shadows & Challenges

  • Coming Out of your Shell/Know Your Strengths

  • Daily Morning Yoga & Evening Yin/Meditation practice.

  • Art in Nature

  • Sunset Celebration Cruise

Limited space available. Portion of proceeds will be donated to

The Ocean Foundation and The National Save the Sea Turtle Foundation.

$1,699 includes room, board, sea turtle donation, breakfast, lunch and dinner except for 1 night out in town, sunset cruise& yoga, transportation to and from airport. Not included airfare, taxes, additional excursions.

$500 non-refundable deposit due by May 15th Balance due by June 1st

A full itinerary and packing list will be provided once deposit given. Need additional information email

Met your Adventure Guides

Dr. Larry Wood

Dr. Larry Wood has been working with sea turtles for nearly 30 years. His lifelong interest in reptiles brought him from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania to Juno Beach Florida, where he undertook sea turtle nesting surveys, helped develop a sea turtle rehabilitation facility, and created a variety of public awareness and marine education programs. In 2004, he established the Comprehensive Florida Hawksbill Research and Conservation Program (a.k.a. The Florida Hawksbill Project), which is the first and only long-term study of hawksbill sea turtles in Florida. Dr. Wood has contributed to sea turtle conservation in many ways in Florida and elsewhere through his publications, contributions to symposia, and student/volunteer mentorship. He is currently pursuing his research and public education interests with the National Save the Sea Turtle Foundation, located in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Layna Moehl

Adventure seeker, Layna Moehl, holds a bachelors degree in Marine environmental ecology from UNF. Currently research assistant for Florida Hawksbill Project and wildlife Naturalist for the Palm Beach county. Avid scuba diver, free diver, surfer, paddler and wildlife enthusiast. Spreading ocean conservation through education and sharing the love and beauty of nature in all its forms. She is also a 200 hr vinyasa certified teacher, focusing on the slow mediative practices connecting and coexisting with nature.

Kimberly Depasquale

Kimberly Depasquale owner of Breathe Salt Yoga 200hr-ERYT has been teaching yoga since 2004. She is very passionate leading yoga retreat all over the world, exploring the interconnectedness there is between the elements, nature and our souls. How we move with nature is how we move through our lives. Now more than ever is the time we must re-connect. She is excited to help her students rediscover their greatness and potential, that is sometimes clouded by the over active mind.

Earlier Event: June 2
Later Event: August 24
Hands on Assisting with Shelby Grant