November 11th to 18th. Treat yourself to a week of mediation, honoring your body and empowering your soul. Each day, we will connect to the energetic centers in your body – the 7 chakras. Each day will start with Asana practice – flowing from one asana to another. Warming the body, quieting the mind and coordinating the breath to the vinyasa rhythm.
The intention set for each day of the retreat is to connect to one of the chakras or energy points of the non-physical body. Starting at the root chakra and elevating towards the crown chakra. To further emphasize each day’s energy point, the menu will be inspired to strengthen that chakra. Specific essential oils and stones will be introduced as a tool to connect deeper to the daily chakra. The goal for this retreat is to leave invigorated with the tools to keep the 7 chakras in balance.
Each day starts with powerful vinyasa yoga and ends with evening grounding practice. Additional activities will include – snorkeling, paddle boarding, swimming with Whale Sharks, massage, kiteboarding (optional at additional cost). Casa Tara’s restaurant La Moringa will be serving healthy pescetarian menu – breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily.
– 7 nights shared accommodation in Casa Tara
– Yoga and meditation twice a day
– Yoga manual
– Yoga mats and props
– Use of paddleboards and snorkeling gear
– Breakfast, lunch, dinner & snacks
– Swimming with whale sharks
– A massage
Does NOT include:
– Airline fee
– Transportation from San Jose Cabo or La Paz airports*
– Kiteboarding lessons or rentals*
– Guided mountain bike tours or rentals*
* Can be arranged through local companies.
Cost: Double room 1750 USD (Mexican tax included)
Single room 2,250 USD (Mexican tax included)
Kay Kay is a 500 hour certificated yoga alliance teacher based on Jivamukti yoga and teachings from first nations. She did her teacher training in 2014 in Whistler with Tina Pushumati James owner of Loka yoga. She has been practicing yoga since her early teens as her mother is a renowned yoga teacher in the Czech Republic. For the last two years, Kay Kay has called Baja Sur home and been teaching the local La Ventana population vinyasa yoga. She loves to share her knowledge and has expanded her teaching to kiteboarding.
For more information, please contact Kay Kay at firstname.lastname@example.org or Facebook as Yogalina Kay Kay.