Welcome and thank you for your interest in
Mayan Magic: A Yoga Adventure Retreat to Guatemala
Your path to paradise begins here...
Do you desire to deepen your yoga practice?
Practice Yoga 2x daily facing the majestic Lake Atitlan.
Do you want to explore a new culture?
Learn more about the Mayan with the Cacao Ceremony: Gateway to the Heart
Do you need to unplug and de-stress?
Surrender to a digital detox, book your massage (included) and soak in the hot tub
Immerse yourself in all things magical for 7-nights/8-days in the land of the Mayan--Guatemala
INVESTMENT to your TRANSFORMATION:
Prices are per person
$1995.00 double occupancy; $2295.00 single occupancy
A non-refundable deposit of $750.00 holds your space.
7 nights in elegant accommodations with stunning views
Transfer to & from La Aurora International Airport (2.5 hours)
Boat transfer to & from Villa Sumaya (15 minutes)
2x daily Yoga with Danae
Meditation & Pranayama
Opening Ceremony & Closing Circle
Altar Making 101
Welcome Dinner & Departure Breakfast
3 daily vegetarian meals to support & nourish you
Purified drinking water & On-going tea & Guatemalan coffee
1 massage & soak in the hot tub
Daily Journal prompts
Shangri-la Coffee Tour--learn all about it from bean to brew
Cacao Ceremony--Gateway to the Heart
Protection Ceremony with a Shaman
Shake Your Asana--Danae's signature experience
A thank you gift from Danae
Government taxes & service
Airfare to Guatemala (airport code is GUA)
Alcohol & Additional excursions
Sauna, Shopping, Incidentals
Wifi *a digital detox is highly suggested*
Gratuities to Villa Sumaya Staff
Before You Go
Do you need a passport? Apply for one if necessary. Verify you have up to 6 months remaining at the time of travel to Guatemala.
Purchase travel insurance (highly recommended)
A packing list will be provided as the retreat draws near.
A list of Spanish words will also be provided as the retreat draws near.
SUGGESTED READING LIST...
Guatemala: A Journey Through the Land of the Maya by Kraig Lieb and Michael Shapiro
Mirror of Lida Sal: Tales Based on Mayan Myths and Guatemalan Legends by Miguel Ángel Asturias
False Tongues and Sunday Bread: A Guatemalan and Mayan Cookbook by Copeland Marks and Elisabeth Lambert Ortiz