Join us for a week of exploration, expansion, and elation!
We will be coming together from all over the world, for an intentional & powerful week February 23rd - 29th on the beautiful tropical beach of Troncones, Mexico - to awaken to connect, to inspiration, to dance...
This unique retreat is carefully co-created and features renowned musicians, international ecstatic dance djs, and acclaimed facilitators/teachers of numerous dance modalities, martial arts, yoga, sound healing, meditation, vocal expression, authentic relating & more!
Does not Include: airfare, spa, airport transfer, excursions
Includes: accommodations (twin bed), five course brunches served daily, two group dinners, center amenities (pool, hot tub, beach, etc), retreat content (yoga, meditation, workshops, dances)
Troncones Beach is a small community situated on 3 miles of pristine Pacific beach – a strand of white sand punctuated by occasional rock outcroppings often harboring tide-pools teeming with fascinating saltwater life. The charming village is home to a small school, a public library (donated by generous local residents for education of the village’s children), a church, several dry goods outlets, and a few other small provisioning services for essential items.
Troncones boasts an average of 300 days of sunshine each year. During the high season–from November to April–the average temperature is generally between 85 and 95 degrees F. The rainy season runs from late June to early October when the days are hot and humid and the hotels are generally less expensive.
Troncones is a seaside village where visitors find the easy pace and welcoming spirit of a classic Mexican hideaway. With a population hovering around a mere 500 permanent residents, the town has magically maintained a pleasant sense of isolation. Intrepid travelers are drawn to Troncones, seeking the unspoiled and barefoot beach vibe that has diminished elsewhere along Mexico’s coast as towns here grow increasingly popular. While removed from the busy resort scene, it still has enough unassuming hotels, tasty local restaurants and interesting activities to keep visitors comfortable.
Surfers seek out the breaks at Troncones Point and Manzanillo Bay. Adventurers looking for a true surfing safari use Troncones as a base camp for exploring the killer waves at La Saladita, known as the “Wave Machine,” which is only 20 minutes away. El Rancho is another great choice.
Beyond surfing, visitors head to the sea for eco-tours and adventures. There’s horseback riding on the beach and hiking in the Sierra Madre Mountains. Native guides are eager to educate visitors about the area’s rich ecological treasures. Settle into a kayak for a trip through Capire’s Estuary, where pelicans and other birds look for lunch in the gentle waters. Stroll the beach looking for the endangered sea turtles that emerge from the water to lay eggs in the sand.
After you’ve had your fill of fun in the water, revel in Mexico’s true spirit with a cold cerveza, a hammock, and a sunset view over the sea.