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Homecoming Retreat: A Ceremony Of Self

Homecoming Retreat: A Ceremony Of Self

Nov 26, 2022 – Dec 3, 2022
Sometimes I muse that life itself is our Homecoming; a journey of unlearning who we thought we should be, or who we were told we should be… of releasing the conditioned Self so we can dance in the deep remembrance of our essential nature (who and what we truly are).

Homecoming is a week-long sacred ceremony; an invitation to discern and embody what makes us feel at home within ourselves… what brings us joy, expansiveness, freedom and peace.

This immersion is for those of you who desire to experience deep connection, intimacy, laughter and sisterhood, and cultivate a sense of true belonging that you can carry beyond this time together.

Let’s spend 8 days together exploring, celebrating and connecting to the magic and beauty of this life through movement, meditation, self-inquiry, sisterhood, stillness and divine spaciousness to simply ~be~.

Join us at this heavenly eco-sanctuary, where the ocean meets the jungle.

Packages include:

  • 7 nights/8 day stay at the award-winning Haramara seaside resort in a luxury cabana.
    *all resort taxes & fees included

  • 3 organic, gourmet meals per day —rooted in fresh locally-sourced ingredients, prepared by one of Mexico’s top chefs.

  • 2 daily transformative sessions (morning and afternoon) including:

    • slow flow movement/sunrise yoga

    • guided self-study, release work + celebration

    • connected + powerful group work

    • reflection + meditation

  • Quiet time to rest and reset (or spend however you desire).

  • Access to Haramara’s 12-acre grounds, including a saltwater infinity pool, private beach and holistic spa.

  • Closing Ceremony with a celebratory bonfire + song circle

  • Sacred Temazcal Ceremony (traditional Mexican sweat lodge) with local Shaman *optional

  • An unconditionally loving space to come home to yourself, connect to sisterhood and experience the joy and beauty of life.

Logistics & Extras (Not Included) + Optional Expenses:

  • Airfare (flight to Puerto Vallarta/PVR airport)

  • Transportation to and from PVR Airport
    *this can be organised safely through the Haramara

  • Tips for Haramara staff (approx $100-150 USD for the week *recommended)

  • Personal spending money

  • Excursions + holistic spa services *optional


Each elegant, standalone, open-air cabana is set amidst lush, tropical grounds with a beautiful view and it’s own private bathroom.

$500 USD initial deposit required

Regular Pricing (May 1 until November 1)

  • Casa Grande (Women’s Dorm): $2,050 USD

  • Triple Occupancy: $2,450 USD

  • Double Occupancy: $2,700 USD

  • Deluxe (Single) Private Cabana: $3,300 USD

Pricing Specials:

Early Bird Pricing (available until April 30)

  • Casa Grande (Women’s Dorm): $1,850 USD

  • Triple Occupancy: $2,250 USD

  • Double Occupancy: $2,500 USD

  • Deluxe (Single) Private Cabana: $3,100 USD

Type of Retreat: Wellness, Yoga
Style of Yoga: Hatha

Additional Information, Questions & Registration:

Contact Name: Jenn River
Contact Email: hello@jennriver.com
Contact Phone Number: 1-778-320-9871
Online Registration: https://www.jennriver.com/homecomingsayulita
Website: http://www.jennriver.com

About the Instructors:

Ceremonialist, Retreat Leader | IG @jenn_river

Jenny is a ceremonialist and trauma-informed facilitator who guides women home to themselves through an alchemy of modalities, and supports them in fostering a connected, harmonious and intimate relationship with self, sisterhood and Spirit. She encourages women to weave ceremony, joy and self-celebration into the the deep, vulnerable, powerful and (at times) challenging work of self-remembrance and discovery… to rise and bloom into the fullness of their being.
Her work has been described as “transformational”. “completely life-changing” and “too beautiful for words”.

Movement Guide, Photographer | IG: @ashleydrody

Ashley is a professional photographer and certified hatha flow yoga teacher. Through fun and freeing movement, she teaches women how to drop out of their minds and into their bodies, dissolving the fear of “not being flexible” and honouring yoga’s benefits for every body. Through photography, she loves to explore the deep connection between human beings and mother nature, capturing the natural essence of her subjects.