September 16 - 20, 2020
Join Alejandra Befeler in this amazing journey of reconnecting with our nature and our higher Self. Experience the pure happiness of finding yourself unhurried; immersed in the wild beauty of the jungle and let the sea soothe your body, mind and soul.
Expect to deepen your yoga practice daily through asana, pranayama, philosophy, mantra chanting and meditation. Surrender in yoga; enjoy nourishing foods and indulge in quiet time to listen-to the rhythms of nature and that still, small voice within that often gets drowned out in the hectic pace of modern life.
Included in the retreat price:
4 nights accommodation.
All practices: Asana, Pranayama, Meditation, Philosophy, Bhakti Yoga (multilevel).
Excluded in the retreat price:
Ground transportation from Puerto Vallarta airport to Haramara and back (We can arrange it for you, with charge).
Tip for hotel staff.
Regular Pricing (if retreat is paid in full between August 1st and September 4th):
Dorm: $1,030 USD
Quadruple: $1,120 USD
Triple: $1,210 USD
Double: $1,345 USD
Single: $1,580 USD
Payment Deadline by September 4th
Early-Bird Pricing (if retreat is paid in full by July 31st):
Dorm: $900 USD
Quadruple: $990 USD
Triple: $1,080 USD
Double: $1,215 USD
Single: $1,400 USD
Type of Retreat: Creative, Yoga
Style of Yoga: Hatha
Additional Information, Questions & Registration:
Contact Name: Alejandra Befeler
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone Number: (+52) 5585342684
Online Registration: https://www.instagram.com/weareantah/
About the Instructors:
Despite her young age, Ale has been teaching yoga for the last 3 years in Mexico City and she has found in this practice, her passion.
She is certified by the International Yoga Alliance (RYT-500), disciple of great teachers such as: Sri Dharma Mittra, Adriana Cabrera, Gerson Frau and Oscar Velazquez.
In 2018 she founded ANTAH (@WeAreANTAH), a wellness community that holds events on different topics related to integral well-being.
Her yoga lessons are dynamic; she always try to challenge the practitioner to become aware of the union between body, mind and spirit.