Membership in the 200 Club of Burlington County

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200 Club of Burlington County

The owner and president of New Jersey-based Edward J. Post Company, Inc, Lisa Post is a surety bond professional with over 28 years of experience in the field. Lisa Post began her career in 1973 in the military when she enlisted in the Women’s Army Corps. Holder of an MS in health administration, she was later promoted to 2nd Lt. by direct commission in the Medical Service Corp. Outside of her professional life, she is involved in social activities and is one of the executive board members of the 200 Club of Burlington County.

The 200 Club of Burlington County is a non-profit organization based in New Jersey. Founded in 1990, the prime mission of the club is to help the injured or fallen members of the state, county, and municipal police and fire and emergency medics and their families by providing them with assistance and support. The organization also honors public safety professionals through performance awards, advanced training awards, and scholarships.

Anyone interested in supporting this volunteer-based mission is welcome to join. However, the membership must be approved by the 200 Club of Burlington County board of trustees. New members are asked to pay $200 for their membership in the first year and $100 each subsequent year. In the case of corporate members, corporations pay $1000 for the initial membership and $500 annually thereafter. The membership fees are tax deductible.


Three Yoga Retreat Spots in Bali



Lisa Post, former instructor at the Regional Alliance for Small Contractors, runs a surety bond agency catering to the construction industry. Despite her busy schedule, Lisa Post finds time to travel and unwind. A recent trip took her to Bali for a private yoga retreat.

Bali is home to many yoga retreats for travelers seeking a meditative vacation. Some of these yoga retreats include:

Naya Ubud – Famous for its river views and bamboo groves, Naya Ubud is equipped with a yoga shala, a Balinese pavilion where yoga classes and meditation are held. Yoga enthusiasts come to this place not only for soul-soothing retreat, but also to learn and become instructors of Kundalini Yoga.

Om Ham Retreat – For those seeking affordable prices, Om Ham Retreat offers a 13-night program featuring Kundalini Tantra yoga classes and deep meditation sessions. Guests can also relax with the spa treatment sessions offered at this retreat house.

Serenity Yoga Lembongan – Located in a seaside setting, the Serenity Yoga Lembongan is a favorite retreat spot for sun and sea worshippers. Guests can often be seen practicing paddle board yoga, and attending unlimited yoga classes featuring a variety of styles, including vinyasa and aerial yoga.

The Biggest Loser Resort Promotes Complete Wellness

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Biggest Loser Resort

Surety bond producer Lisa Post serves at the helm of the Edward J. Post Company in New Jersey. In this capacity, she oversees the company’s operations as it provides surety bonds to the construction industry. In her free time, Lisa Post maintains a healthy lifestyle and she recently participated in the Biggest Loser Resort at Beaver Hollow Conference Center in New York.

The Biggest Loser Resorts are available at a few locations around the United States, but they all feature programs built on the idea of improving overall well-being instead of just exercising. Focusing on the five main pillars of nutrition, fitness, relaxation, education, and group camaraderie, the resort program lasts for one week and starts as soon as participants arrive. Upon check-in, guests receive a workbook detailing the program’s methods and activities, along with a schedule of meals and events. Guests then unpack and are given a fitness assessment and facility tour.

As part of the Biggest Loser Resort’s attempt to cover all five of its wellness pillars, participants enjoy a huge variety of activities. For fitness, guests may participate in everything from dancing and spinning to kickboxing and outdoor hiking. Meanwhile, nutrition ensures guests get three meals every day, education helps guests learn about nutrition fundamentals and body rejuvenation, and relaxation grants guests time to meditate and enjoy spa treatments. Through all of these, a strong group camaraderie is being formed, and participants are encouraged to seek support in others.

When to Visit Costa Rica


Costa Rica
Costa Rica

The president and owner of surety bond producer Edward J. Post Company, Inc., Lisa Post is an avid traveler. Having previously been to Bali and Bermuda, she spent the 2016 New Year in Costa Rica. While in Costa Rica, Lisa Post spent a week enjoying excursions, yoga sessions, organic meals, and spa therapies.

Costa Rica’s peak tourist season runs from December to April. During this time, the country experiences its dry season. It sees less than 2 inches of rain throughout this season and welcomes temperatures that average in the mid- to high 70s. The good weather makes these months perfect for exploring the rainforests or enjoying time on the beach. There are plenty of festivals held during these months, as well. For individuals planning a visit during December through April, reservations must be made several months ahead of time.

From May to November, Costa Rica has its rainy season, also known as its green season. Average rainfall jumps up to around 10 inches most months, but temperatures still hover in the high 70s in most areas. Most days are accompanied by rain in the afternoon, despite having sunny mornings. Further, any areas with unpaved roads become significantly more difficult to pass through, so visiting remote locations during these months is often avoided. Crowds and accommodation costs are lower during the rainy season, though, July and August’s brief respite from heavy rains brings in more tourists and higher prices.