Why do we keep going back to Haramara? Just ask yourself! It seems it's mostly about one another: meeting new people, opening to new friendships, exploroing on and off the mat in keeping with whatever intentions bring you to this magical place.
Every year it's gets better. Those entirely new to the experince arrive into the welcoming energies of those who've been here before. And every year our host Sajeela de la Borbolla and her staff offer somethng new, something better, some new refinement, form more comfy casitas to more delightful food to more spa services to the inifiti pool to more and more that supports in in doing yoga, relaxing, and having a great time!
Come again and immerse yourself in a week-long yoga retreat at Haramara Resort! Surrounded by lush jungle just 30 miles north of Puerto Vallarta International Airport on Mexico's Central Pacific Coast, Haramara's setting, design and vibe are perfect for letting go and opening to the best new year of your life. Located just outside the picturesque town of Sayulita, Mexico, its tranquil beaches, energizing surf and magnificent sunset are ideal setting for renewal and transformation. Our daily schedule offers sunrise meditation and pranayama (or sleep in!), three yoga classes (Vinyasa Flow and Gentle Yoga, and evening Relax Deeeply), and an array of both on-site and off-site activities and excursions.
Yoga Practice: Daily classes and workshops are designed for new and beginning to advanced students and teachers. With the support of teacher Mark and his assistants, classes are taught to accommodate different levels of ability and interest. Morning classes start with Sun Salutations and standing poses to warm, awaken, strengthen and open the body, then flow into backbends, core refinement, twists, hip openers, forward bends, and inversions. Arm balances are sprinkled into the classes for anyone interested. All aspects of the yoga practice can be further explored in mid-day workshops on focused topics. All classes emphasize proper alignment, energetic actions, use of props, and modifications to make the practice accessible, while also offering plenty of space for more advanced exploration of asanas. Morning classes are by design more energizing while afternoonclasses are pretty purely relaxing and restorative – the perfect complement to an afternoon of napping, surfing, or playing at the beach or in the jungle.
The Daily Flow: Participate as You Please! Sunrise Meditation & Pranayama, Light Breakfast, Morning Yoga Class, Lunch, Mid-Day Workshops & Activities: Refining Your Sun Salutations, Basics of Postural Alignment, Arm Balances, Intermediate Pranayama, Partner Yoga, Standing On Your Head OR... Get a massage, Hang Out on the Beach ,Read & Nap, Go Surfing or Snorkeling, Jungle Eco-Tours, Zip Wire in the Jungle, Canopy, Explore the Town of Sayulita, Whale Watching, Boat Excursions, Horseback Riding, Visit with Friends, Afternoon Restorative Yoga Class, Dinner, Evening Meditation, Evening Conversation, Yoga Nidra...
Accommodations: Spacious cabanas are sprinkled along the paths leading from the Yoga Pavillion down to the beach. Choose between private accommodation in a single or double occupancy cabana, or join a limited number of folks in the all-women's La Grande Cabana. Private bathrooms, hot open air showers, comfortable beds, awe-inspiring panoramic views, candles and lanterns make the cabanas as charming and serene as can be.
Food & Dining: The food at Haramara is amazing. Local and international chefs prepare exquisite meals using local organic produce and seafood caught fresh daily. If you are vegan or have other special food interests, including an ayurvedic diet, the kitchen staff will happily prepare your meals accordingly. The food is clean, healthy, delicious and beautifully presented. The dining pavillion is a beautiful ridge-top cabana ov erlooking the jungle and sea. Sharing food and conversation is one of the highlights of any Haramara retreat. Getting to Haramara: Haramara is located about 45 minutes from Puerto Vallarta International Airport and about a mile outside the quaint seaside town of Sayulita. After booking your flight into P.V., give us your flight itinerary so we can arrange your local shuttle to take you directly from the airport arrival area to Haramara. There is no need for a car unless you want to explore the larger region of Nayarit.
Registration Fees & Policies: $1375 per person in women's group cabana (8 guests), $1595 per person quad occupancy, $1695 per person triple occupancy, $1995 per person double occupancy, $3375 per person single occupancy.
Fee includes: Lodging for 8 days and 7 nights, all meals, taxes, all yoga and yoga-related activities. Not included: airfare, gratuities, airport shuttle, spa services and private excursions.
Space is limited; you can reserve space now for $500 per person. NOTE: This retreat sells out every year (since 2006). Casitas are available on a first-come, first-served reservations basis. Please feel free to call for more information (Mark's cell #): 831-331-3955.
Full payment is due upon registration as the trip is coming up!
Fees per person for additional nights (if you plan to arrive early or stay after the retreat and only if space is available): Group $155; Quad $175; Triple $195; Double $225; Single $355.
Refund Policy: If you cancel before October 15, 2017, we will refund all but $250 of your deposit. If you must cancel after October 15 but before December 21 and we cannot fill your spot, no monies are refunded due to our contract with Haramara, and you will receive credit for going to Haramara at a future date (minus the $500 deposit). If you must cancel after October 15 but before December 21 and we can fill your spot, we will refund all but $250 of your deposit due to our contract with Haramara. There are no refunds or credits given after December 21 due to our contract with Haramara.
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Pre-register by May 15, 2017 ($500 deposit) and receive a $100 discount off the full price of the retreat!
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