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Mexico Unplugged with Margi Young & Jenny Kaufman

Apr 6 – 14, 2024

Join Margi and Jenny for a rejuvenating yoga retreat where we unplug in the landscape of Mexico. Guided by two long-time friends and teachers who share a deep passion for holistic wellness, laughter, and a good poem. Immerse yourself in daily yoga to enhance your body’s mobility and functionality and meditation to find clarity and self-awareness. Delicious, nourishing meals accompany the serene beauty of the Mexican coast. Each day includes an immersive morning and afternoon practice. Afternoons are free for swimming in the warm waters of Haramara’s private beach, exploring volcanic highlands, taking a walk into the quaint town of Sayulita, catching a surf lesson, or taking a siesta! Meals are five-star, healthy gourmet fare, and top-of-the-line spa services are available. This retreat promises a transformative experience with two ace teachers with two giant hearts to craft and guide your experience.

Packages include:

  • 7 nights accommodation
  • twice daily yoga with Lacey & Kathleen
  • all meals
  • 19% state and hotel tax


Casa Grande Female Dorm: $2995

Quad Cabana: $3295

Triple Cabana: $3595

Double Cabana: $3895

Single Cabana: $4895

Pricing Specials:

$300 off until December 6, 2023

Type of Retreat: Yoga
Style of Yoga: Vinyasa Flow

Additional Information, Questions & Registration:

Contact Name: Merrisa Dolin
Contact Email: info@internationalyoga.com
Contact Phone Number: 1-866-599- 9642
Online Registration: https://internationalyoga.secure.retreat.guru/program/mexico-unplugged-margi-jenny-2024/?form=1&lang=en
Website: https://www.internationalyoga.com/retreats/mexico-unplugged-margi-jenny-2024

About the Instructors:

Margi Young has been teaching yoga full-time since 2001, since graduating with a Master’s Degree in dance and choreography from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Her yoga classes are influenced by breath, anatomy, alignment, The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, and Buddhist ideas about compassion and mindfulness. Before the yoga world transitioned to Zoom, she was teaching classes in the San Francisco Bay Area and leading teacher trainings and retreats around the world.
Jenny Kaufman believes a yoga practice is uniquely personal; the benefits are endless – from more open hips and hamstrings, greater lung capacity, healing from injury, a catalyst for a healthier lifestyle, spiritual exploration, or that mysterious yoga glow. As a student in a class setting, on a retreat, or in private instruction, she will begin with you, exactly where you are. Her goal is to make everyone feel welcome and comfortable, to give clear instructions and cues that allow each person to safely explore the postures, and to help you breathe, smile, and feel more open.