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  • We support only one group at a time, ensuring an intimate & personalized retreat experience.
  • Accommodations are for 8-14 guests, depending on private or double occupancy. Beds vary between double & twin size.
  • 3 meals/day (wholesome, healthy, organic & locally sourced, vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free & omnivorous options).
  • Spa services on site and consist of massage (additional cost) in any location (guests like the gazebo), Finnish sauna & an outdoor, spring-fed, natural pool.
  • Natural bath products, natural insect repellent (1st one free) and slippers provided (we ask you not wear shoes indoors).
  • Hair dryers and high energy consuming electronics such as curling irons are prohibited, as we are off-grid & rely on solar panels for energy.
  • An open air yoga platform which accommodates at least 20 guests, provides spectacular mountain views & is screened from mosquitoes.
  • Free wifi.
  • Daily housekeeping, fresh linens & towels.
  • Potable, drinking water.
  • Assistance in coordinating activities.

August 25-31, 2019

6 nights, 7 days

Minimum 8, Maximum 14 guests

Hosted by Instructor Marina Del Mar

Yoga, Ayurveda & Chakra Cleansing Retreat

A famous saying within yoga says…a flexible body for adapting oneself as best as possible to the circumstances, strong for facing vital difficulties and balanced in order to transcend them…

Yoga is a neuronal and psychocorporal training that is performed on the mat to apply to life.

During this retreat we will practice yoga twice daily through the Sivananda and Satyananda lineages of Hatha/Raja yoga.

The Sivananda lineage works with the balance between breathing and the correct formation and alignment of the asanas.  The essential element of the school of Satyananda incorporates the tantric elements.  An example of this is the cleansing of one’s psychophysical energy by clearing the chakras.  The Sivananda lineage also incorporates other philosophical and meditative elements.

Ayurveda “the science of life” and Yoga go hand in hand.

The purpose of Ayurveda is to show us a way to influence our health in order to prolong life harmoniously and without interferences.  The practice of Ayurveda and Yoga are linked like two sisters that were born together…Ayurveda shows us the balanced road back to a perfect psycho-physical health. In this retreat we will include a nutritional Ayurvedic workshop, with the option of 1:1, tailored for you, private consultations.

Marina Del Mar, a native to Barcelona, Spain, fluent in English, Spanish & Portuguese, received her yoga certification as instructor in S’Om, at the Association of Yoga & Philosopical Practice in the island of Mallorca.  She is certified in the different lineages of Hatha/Raja Yoga, having mainly studied in the schools of the Sivananda & Satyananda, incorporating meditative & elemental tantrics, based on breath work, which help with the correct practice of preparing the asanas. 

Marina works with pre-postures & advanced postures, always protecting the student without forcing the organism; for this reason Yoga is so enjoyable, as it leads you on the road to self awareness.

In addition to her passion for Yoga, Marina is also a Naturopath specialized in the Nutritional Therapy of Ayurvedic Medicine, and she is also a Waldorf teacher.  

Marina received her certifications in Ayurveda at the Instituto Philippus Thuban in Madrid.

Having suffered a terminal, degenerative disease many years ago, and having healed herself through the application of Yoga and Ayurvedic techniques, Marina is passionate about orienting & assisting others on their own road to recovery & balance. 

In addition to Yoga, she also offers nutritional consultative services & workshops about the nutritional therapy of Maharishi Ayurveda, which attempts to discover the cause of the illness-unbalance in order to arrive at the cure-balance through the use of food, healthy habits, and the detoxification of every organ, based on the person’s unique nature.

Prices

August 25-31, 2019

Shared Double Occupancy Bedroom (single or double bed):

*$847/person,  includes 3 meals/day

Private Single Occupancy Bedroom (single or double bed):

*$1,034/person, includes 3 meals/day

*Prices include 12% national tax

October 6-11, 2019

5 nights, 6 days

Minimum 8, Maximum 14 guests

Hosted by Instructor Stacie Richline

Stacie is the owner and founder of Water Dog Floating Yoga. She received her certification in SUP Yoga from Austin, Texas as well as her RYT 200 from Black Swan Yoga in Austin, TX.  She was a school teacher for twelve years, most recently teaching at Flour Bluff ISD. She has lived and taught all over the world including; Key West, Japan and Abu Dhabi. For her, staying active is an important part of life and its much more enjoyable outdoors. Stacie started competitive running at a young age and earned a scholarship to run Cross-Country and Track at Penn State University.  She coached at Key West High School and later became a fitness and yoga instructor, teaching all over and locally at Gold’s Gym, Corpus Christi Athletic Club, Bayside Pilates and The Yoga Studio of Corpus Christi. Other group fitness certifications Stacie has include Yoga Kids, Mat Pilates, Piloxing and Les Mills Body Attack. Stacie’s love for dogs, especially her Sheltie pups, inspired the name “WATER DOG”.

The outdoors is what has really inspired Stacie for her own business and her retreats. In fact, Stacie started her own one-of-a-kind outdoor yoga studio on a houseboat in Corpus Christi, TX. Connecting with nature while also enjoying a healthy, active, balanced life-style make the experience so much more rewarding. She believes that yoga is for everyone of all ages, including experienced & inexperienced yogis. At the retreat she plans to offer two all-level classes daily: Ashtanga/Vinyasa based in the mornings and Yin/Restorative yoga in the afternoons/evenings.

November 10-16, 2019

6 nights, 7 days

Minimum 8, Maximum 14 guests

Hosted by Instructor Marina Del Mar

Yoga, Ayurveda & Chakra Cleansing Retreat

A famous saying within yoga says…a flexible body for adapting oneself as best as possible to the circumstances, strong for facing vital difficulties and balanced in order to transcend them…

Yoga is a neuronal and psychocorporal training that is performed on the mat to apply to life.

During this retreat we will practice yoga twice daily through the Sivananda and Satyananda lineages of Hatha/Raja yoga.

The Sivananda lineage works with the balance between breathing and the correct formation and alignment of the asanas.  The essential element of the school of Satyananda incorporates the tantric elements.  An example of this is the cleansing of one’s psychophysical energy by clearing the chakras.  The Sivananda lineage also incorporates other philosophical and meditative elements.

Ayurveda “the science of life” and Yoga go hand in hand.

The purpose of Ayurveda is to show us a way to influence our health in order to prolong life harmoniously and without interferences.  The practice of Ayurveda and Yoga are linked like two sisters that were born together…Ayurveda shows us the balanced road back to a perfect psycho-physical health. In this retreat we will include a nutritional Ayurvedic workshop, with the option of 1:1, tailored for you, private consultations.

Marina Del Mar, a native to Barcelona, Spain, fluent in English, Spanish & Portuguese, received her yoga certification as instructor in S’Om, at the Association of Yoga & Philosopical Practice in the island of Mallorca.  She is certified in the different lineages of Hatha/Raja Yoga, having mainly studied in the schools of the Sivananda & Satyananda, incorporating meditative & elemental tantrics, based on breath work, which help with the correct practice of preparing the asanas. 

Marina works with pre-postures & advanced postures, always protecting the student without forcing the organism; for this reason Yoga is so enjoyable, as it leads you on the road to self awareness.

In addition to her passion for Yoga, Marina is also a Naturopath specialized in the Nutritional Therapy of Ayurvedic Medicine, and she is also a Waldorf teacher.  

Marina received her certifications in Ayurveda at the Instituto Philippus Thuban in Madrid.

Having suffered a terminal, degenerative disease many years ago, and having healed herself through the application of Yoga and Ayurvedic techniques, Marina is passionate about orienting & assisting others on their own road to recovery & balance. 

In addition to Yoga, she also offers nutritional consultative services & workshops about the nutritional therapy of Maharishi Ayurveda, which attempts to discover the cause of the illness-unbalance in order to arrive at the cure-balance through the use of food, healthy habits, and the detoxification of every organ, based on the person’s unique nature.

Prices

November 10-16, 2019

Shared Double Occupancy Bedroom (single or double bed):

*$847/person,  includes 3 meals/day

Private Single Occupancy Bedroom (single or double bed):

*$1,034/person, includes 3 meals/day

*Prices include 12% national tax

August 8-16, 2020

8 nights, 9 days

Minimum 8, Maximum 14 guests

Hosted by Instructor Isabella Carmen Johansson

Isabella has been travelling the world since childhood – exploring new cultures and countries and made it a passion of her life.

She’s an examined Dansk Yoga Teacher (860hrs certified yoga alliance training), certified Yin Yoga teacher with Victor Chng (75 hrs), Bachelors degree in Psychomotor therapy- focusing on body movement and therapy. CEO of Wild & Free, and with a background in theatre and flamencodance, spending years in the UK & Spain. She has taught movement and yoga for over 15 years. Worked her way out of serious back/head injuries and has a lot of experience from her years as a teacher/therapist but also from her personal experiences. Isabella loves to combine the passion of her life; Nature, travelling and bodywork to bring joy and happiness into your life.

Isabella is present and intuitive in her work, and will always guide you where you are in your present situation.

The yoga/movement Isabella teaches, is a combination of natural body rhythms, breathing techniques and yoga.  Sometimes she uses traditional music she picked up from her travels to inspire the body to speak its own language.

She loves to inspire others with joy and laughter.

Isabella is now teaching and hosting retreats all over the world. Always combined with sustainable tourism, and green resorts.  Her passion is to roam the world, exploring new cultures and making people aware about nature, animals and how to be coherent.

Isabella’s other passion besides yoga is movement, walking and diving.  She tries to combine that with her retreats and travel.