Yoga Retreats in Mexico
Looking for a yoga retreat in Mexico?
We’ve prepared this exciting trips for you. Each one has its special touch and style of yoga.
In San Miguel de Allende enjoy 4 days of yoga and healthy food cooking class in a charming city & a breathtaking house.
A week in Yucatan, from the sandy coast with pristine beaches to the haciendas. Come and experience yoga & meditation in the Maya world in this tailor-made trip
Sayulita is a dream: connect with the power of the Pacific Ocean, the perfect season for whale watching. Enjoy yoga in its most holistic side.
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ABOUT THE YOGA RETREATS:
Immersing yourself in a yoga retreat gives you the opportunity to change those things you need to: You’ll rest, get close to nature, eat organic healthy food 3 times a day, exercise through yoga and other activities depending on which retreat you choose.
Also You’ll enjoy your new friends, a great change to do a digital detox, get therapeutic spa treatments and the most important: You’ll remember what’s important in your life.
Mexico is a friendly, fabulously varied and enormously enjoyable place in which to travel with so many things to offer: from white sandy beaches, to rain forest adventure travel and from archeological sites, to colonial cities. The perfect spot for a Yoga Retreat.
If you want a cultural trip, you will find Mexico is a place filled with history, beautiful architecture, impressive churches and monuments. A walk in the low light illuminated streets in San Miguel de Allende is a trip back in time.
If you want to relax at the side of the ocean you can choose between the turquoise water beaches in the Caribbean to a deep blue ocean in the Pacific. There are amazing beach eco lodges with immaculate beaches that make a perfect yoga retreat. We like both atmospheres: Sayulita and its temazcal ceremony and Yucatan with its mayan spirit.
Mexican cuisine is considered to be among the most delicious in the world and is honored on theUNESCO Intangible Heritage List as an international treasure.
Mexican food history shows that this place has given chocolate to the world, as well as several other specialties, including peanuts, vanilla, beans, coconuts and tomatoes. The traditional Mexican cooking makes use of these native elements to produce tasteful meals: beans, corn, tomatoes and peppers, bursting with important vitamins and nutrients.
Is it safe to travel to Mexico? Unequivocally, yes.
Even though it is regularly touted by travel outlets and experts as one of the world’s best travel destinations, Mexico continues to be singled out for violent crime. Not only are Mexico’s key tourist destinations safe, but according to statistics, they are safer than many other popular tourist destinations around the world.
Did you know that the Yucatan, the biggest tourist destination in Mexico, is as safe as rural U.S. states? Or that New Orleans and Washington D.C. are more dangerous than Mexico City?
So start to packing and book your next yoga retreat in Mexico, a land of smiling people, amazing nature, delicious food and great cultural heritage.