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  • Yoga Immersion in Yelapa Mexico

    A 5 day Yoga immersion in Yelapa, Mexico

    $1000 includes lodging, meals, and 5 fully integrated days of yoga
    Deposit of $350 before October 15th, 2015

    The place:

    Los Nanranjos jungle Retreat is a place to retreat from the everyday world and connect with the Source of all being. Traditional Mexican palapas on four lush acres of natural gardens, Los Naranjos offers the ideal setting for this retreat. Gardens bursting with tropical flowers and fruits, fish ponds, and a waterfall falling into a beautiful, natural swimming pool.

    The Retreat:

    Each day will be filled with a physical practice, mantra meditation, investigations into the philosophy and psychology of Yoga, deeper practices such as pranayama and varied meditations, journaling, mythology and chanting.

    How to get there:

    You fly into Puerto Vallarta and head into the center of the small city. You may choose to come a day early and stay the night in PV. Zona Romantica is an ideal area to stay. At Los Muertos Pier there is a water taxi that takes you to the remote village of Yelapa where the retreat will be. There are no cars, a beautiful pueblo, a playa and bay to swim in, and sweet friendly folks! There are quite a few water taxis throughout the day from PV to Yelapa. You can buy the round trip tickets right at the pier (about $28) We will begin on the 15th in the afternoon and end on the 20th after lunch. There are plenty of small BandB type places if you would like to continue your stay in Yelapa. For more questions and registration contact:

    meghanyoga@gmail.com or Sweethometeacup@gmail.com

    The teachers:

    Sweethome has studied yoga since 1993. Her approach to the practice is her approach to life; devotion, awe, and loving humility. Sound plays a tremendous role in her teaching and she delights in sharing with all.

    Meghan Maris embraces the practice of Yoga with authenticity weaving the philosophy into every practice with great wisdom and kindness. She practices and presents the paths of Karma (service), bhakti (devotion), raja(mystical), and jnana (wisdom).

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