Join Forrest Yoga teacher Aviva Levine RYT 200 for 7 days & 6 nights at the Colca Spa and Hot Springs in Colca Canyon, Peru (an oasis in the middle of the Andean mountains.)
This retreat will focus on taking time to slow down, cultivate release & nurture healing. You can arrive February 8th and soak in the hot springs and we will begin the morning of February 9th. Aviva will teach two Forrest Yoga intensives daily (one class on departure day) concluding with guided tension release. You are free to take any or all of the classes and soak in the natural hot springs (on the grounds) when you wake, between classes or under the stars.
We will offer a few excursions including seeing the majestic Condors who live and fly around Colca Canyon and visiting with the Alpaca near the lodge.
• 2 Forrest Yoga Intensives daily beginning the morning of Feb 9th (except the last day so that you have travel time)
• Airport transportation (Airport to fly into is Arequipa Airport)
• 3 meals per day
• Access to natural hot springs twenty four hours a day
• Two excursions
AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE:
• There is also a full spa that offers facials, coating and massage
TELL A FRIEND!!
RATES PER PERSON:
single: $2390 (before october 25th $2090)
double: $1690 (before october 25th $1490)
triple: $1590 (before october 25th $1390)
quadruple: $1490 (before october 25th $1290)
$500 to reserve spot. Retreat must be paid in full by November 15th to guarantee Early Bird price. Must cancel 31 days prior to February 8th for full refund minus deposit. Fee for cc or send check.
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This is a fundraiser for:
SAPHICHAY "Braiding Mestizo and Indigenous cultures"
"Protecting and developing indigenous rights through the preservation, reintegration, unification and empowerment of indigenous practices and people. Every day we reawaken and reconnect youth and their families to their indigenous ancestry because our roots, resources, and livelihoods are at risk. We accomplish this through offering support to local native farmers in regards to food sovereignty - Preserving native seeds and crops. We provide workshops with youth around language and indigenous identity preservation through music, working in schools and community gardens with kids to re-establish a relationship with our traditional foods, diets and relationships to the earth - school and urban gardening. This also addresses food sovereignty by creating access points to healthy food at low to no cost for the families participating."