April 14-21, 2018
The mission behind this retreat – Be Love – is to nourish the spiritual warrior in each of us.
Join my co-leader Corinna Rae and me for a beach yoga retreat in beautiful Tulum, Mexico at the all-inclusive bohemian-style resort Maya Tulum in April of 2018. This is a chance to explore the Mayan ruins and jungle landscape of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula on the Caribbean Sea, all while deepening your yoga practice, absorbing a gentle ocean breeze, and setting life-affirming daily intentions.
The sea in Tulum is as bright an aquamarine color as you can imagine. The sunrise boasts pastels and contrasting colors that are tough to capture on camera, and the friendly community is off the grid but features comfortable amenities, fantastic food, and many healing services, from massage to clay baths to sweat lodges. This is a week to live in rhythm with nature’s cycles.
The mission behind this retreat – Be Love – is to nourish the spiritual warrior in each of us. As yoga practitioners, we are already inclined to lead lives of compassionate action, and I aim to support you as you develop and awaken the super soul-dier within. When “Be Love” is your guiding mantra, the right choices seem to simply present themselves and life unfolds like a flower delicately, sensuously revealing its precious inner essence. Think of this week as a time to renew your commitment to letting love light the way.
We strike a balance between solo, reflective time and social time. Through self-care practices, intelligently sequenced warming flows, (optional) sunrise meditations, a bonfire, restorative afternoon yoga, and powerful daily intentions, we will become the embodiment of love and the bricklayers of a cooperative human future.
6:30-7:00am – Sunrise Meditation
7:00-7:20am – Tea or Coffee
7:30-8:45am – Warming Yoga Flow
9am – Breakfast
Mid-morning – Free time for swimming, excursions, or exploring Tulum on your own
12pm – Lunch
Afternoon – Free time for sunshine, swimming, excursions, or exploring Tulum on your own
4pm – Restorative or Yin Yoga with Be Love Dharma Talk
6pm – Dinner
Pricing begins at $1,870 for a Garden View Deluxe Double room and maxes out at $3,060 for a Beach Front Super Deluxe Single room, with many options in between. This price includes your accommodations, two yoga sessions per day, a meditation nearly every day, and three meals a day. Please note, airfare is not included in this price.
For images of each cabana and a map of the resort, click here.
The food at Maya Tulum Resort is healthy, clean and primarily vegetarian; but fish is available. Be sure to let the reservations desk know if you have specific dietary needs.
We are arriving to Tulum on Saturday, April 14th. The retreat orientation begins at 8pm on Saturday evening, and our first yoga & meditation sessions will begin on Sunday, the 15th. Plan to depart on Saturday, the 22nd.
You’ll find much to do in your off-time in Tulum. The city features Mayan ruins, cenotes (underground water lagoons), wind surfing, nature preserves and more. The reservations desk can help you book these trips.
We are experienced, mindful teachers who will meet you where you are at in the practice. Morning classes will be open-level Vinyasa style, appropriate for most practitioners with some yoga experience. Experienced practitioners will be invited to deepen the practice according to the body’s needs. Afternoon classes will be cooling, gentle, yin, and restorative-style classes. You are welcome to take both classes or just one. The time in Tulum is YOURS!
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT
Book before February 1st and get $100 off of the regular pricing.
TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT
Reach out to Amanda, the very helpful woman doing reservations for us. She is easy to reach via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Maya Tulum at 1-888-515-4580 x231.
Airport Code – “CUN” – Tulum is located about 75 miles south of the Cancun Airport. It takes about an hour and twenty minutes to get to our resort.
Getting from Cancun to Tulum – Maya Tulum is very happy to arrange transportation for you from the airport to the resort. It’s a good idea to confirm this when you book or ask about alternatives. There is a public bus, for instance; but we believe the resort’s shuttle is worth the price.
In & Around Tulum – Most everything is accessible in Tulum by foot or by bicycle, including the Mayan Ruins.
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