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Imagine you were given a week in which all the layers of yourself, body, mind, emotions, and spirit were nourished and taken care of and where you were given knowledge and practical tools to carry on back into your daily life. This retreat offers the space to rest, cleanse, and energize on all levels. Arts of the Wild Heart is creating for you a rich and tranquil environment for learning, relaxation, and transformation. You will emerge nourished and replenished knowing how to integrate this wisdom into your life.
The accommodation is in a shared wooden eco cabin with 2 floors, 2 people on each floor, super comfortable beds, and an amazing view.
Integrating the ancient teachings of Ayurveda for harmony and well-being, you will receive practical guidelines for a healthy daily routine, diet, and detox to illuminate your entire being. You will also be weaving in a transformational work using guided visualizations, group process, movement, cacao ceremony, and much more.
Batya has had a private practice as a therapist for over a decade and has worked with groups and individuals all around the world. She combines the teachings of eastern and western psychology, the theory of Neo-Humanology, and many years of self-inquiry and healing. Also, she has M.A. degree in Social Work and she is a Neo-Humanology therapist and was born into being a facilitator.
Eran is a well-trained and experienced practitioner of Ayurveda, yoga & meditation, combining in his therapy a vast knowledge to promote your healing and well-being. Gaining years of training, practice, and experience in India, Australia, and Israel, he brings a holistic and integral approach. He is certified by IAA (International Ayurveda Association), Tel Aviv University & Satyananda Yoga Academy.
The Alchemy of Living retreat is held at the majestic Yoga Forest, located on the breathtaking Lake Atitlán in Guatemala. The Yoga Forest is located about 20-minute walk from the nearest road and the last part going up to the Yoga Forest entails climbing about 40-steep stairs.
You will be served 3 delicious and nutritious vegetarian meals a day.
Fly to La Aurora International Airport (GUA) in Guatemala City, then take either a private shuttle or a tourist shuttle to San Marcos La Laguna, a 4-5 hour drive (can be arranged by Arts of the Wild Heart).