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Yoga in Mexico
April 7-14, 2018

Yoga in Mexico

Yoga in Mexico
April 7-14, 2018

Yoga in Mexico

Yoga in Mexico
April 7-14, 2018

Yoga in Mexico

Yoga in Mexico
April 7-14, 2018

Yoga in Mexico

Yoga in Mexico
April 7-14, 2018

Yoga in Mexico

Yoga in Mexico
April 7-14, 2018

Yoga in Mexico

April 7-14, 2018

Yoga in Mexico

Don’t miss out on an experience of a lifetime. Spaces are limited. Register now.
 
Pricing

Single Cabana

$3395 ($3795)Show Details

Double Shared Cabana

$2495 ($2795)Show Details

Triple Shared Cabana

$2295 ($2595)Show Details

(Female) Casa Grande Dorm

$1995 ($2295)Show Details
*Price Increases After
February 15, 2018
 
Included
  • 7 nights accommodation
  • daily yoga & meditation with Peggy
  • all meals
  • 19% state and hotel tax
  • Airfare
  • airport transfers
  • travel insurance
  • gratuities
Yoga in Mexico

Yoga in Mexico

Join Peggy and a fabulous group of fellow yogis and yoginis on her annual trip to the beautiful Sayulita, Mexico. Revel in the twice-daily, joyous and celebratory asana practice with Haramara’s rustic elegance and beauty as your backdrop. 

In the morning we will enjoy a vigorous joyful flow class and in the evening a deep and calm yin practice. All cabanas are set in the jungle and include spacious rooms with private bath, outdoor shower and breathtaking ocean and mountain vistas. Enjoy superb cuisine, their sublime salt water pool and fabulous company on this fun and deeply rejuvenating yoga adventure!

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Payment and Cancellation Policy:

A non-refundable deposit of $500 is required to hold your space. Final Balance Policy: Final payment must be received by ... February 15, 2018 in order to be eligible for the early bird pricing, and all payments are non-refundable. Cancellation Policy: In the event of cancellation, your entire payment will be refunded less the $500 deposit if the cancellation is made before February  15, 2018. Payments are non-refundable after this date. Travel Insurance: We strongly recommend that you purchase travel insurance for your trip. There are many travel insurance companies to choose from, but Travelex and World Nomads are two reputable organizations for worldwide travel coverage.

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Peggy Orr
Peggy began her yoga practice in 1989 with Chuck Miller at the original YogaWorks on Montana. At the time, it was just a small room with a nail salon next door. Over the years, her practice became very important to her, and still is. Influential teachers include Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, Erich Schiffman, Paul Grilley, Tim Miller and Tony Briggs. Peggy brings her deep connection to movement, offbeat humor, and life experience to her practice. Teaching is her karma yoga.

Years Teaching

22+ years

Style

A free flow, Yin & Yang, Dance of breath

Inspiration

My teachers: Paul Grilly, Chuck Miller and Tony Briggs.

My Profile & Retreats
 

FAQ

What airport do I fly into?

Your international flight should be booked round trip to Puerto Vallarta (airport code: PVR)

Are there Spa services available at Haramara?

Haramara offers 60- and 80-minute massage sessions with different techniques like shiatsu, deep tissue, acupressure, thai, and Reiki; special body treatments using salt and oil, mud, or chocolate; and facials, manicures, and pedicures. Prices for services range from $25 to $100.  Note: prices are subject to change.

Are airport transfers included in the price of my trip?

No, airport transfers are not included in your trip. Once you have provided us with your flight information, we will organize your airport transfer for you. The total cost of the transfer from the airport to/from Haramara is $65 to $100, based on the number of passengers in the van. Your driver will collect the fee in US dollars. We will advise on the exact cost of your transfer pertaining to total passengers 1 to 2 weeks before departure.

What is the weather like in Sayulita?

The weather is expected to be warm and humid, with highs ranging in the upper to mid 80s during the day.

What are the accommodations like?

Wake up each morning in your own secluded jungle cabana with ocean views. These individual rooms have their own private bathrooms with a shower, a flush toilet, and hot and cold water. Sleep in comfortable handwoven sheets and enjoy the gentle breezes from the Pacific Ocean. Each cabana is open-air style to allow for maximum relaxation. Some cabanas have private hammocks for lazy afternoon siestas. Enjoy, this slice of paradise is yours for the week!

Is there electricity?

There is no electricity in the cabanas. They are illuminated at night with oil lamps and candles. You will be unable to use any small electrical appliances like hair dryers, curling irons, or razors. There are no fans or air conditioning in the cabanas. If you want to read at night, you will need to bring a book light with you. There is no outdoor lighting so you will need to carry a flashlight or use a headlamp at night. There is, however, electricity in the yoga pavilion and the restaurant for recharging batteries. It is the same voltage as the United States, so no converter is needed.

What if I am traveling alone?

If you prefer to share your room, we will do our best to match you with another traveler of the same gender. If we are not able to find you a roommate, a single supplement will apply.

 

If you prefer to have your own room, the cost of a single supplement is $900 for the week.

What is the cuisine like?

Delicious and healthy gourmet meals are made from only the freshest natural and local ingredients. The menu is chosen daily by the chef based on the ingredients that are available. The always-changing daily menu includes seafood or vegetarian dishes. Special dietary restrictions or requirements can be accommodated. Please be sure to note these in your registration form.

 

Coffee and fresh-squeezed juice is offered in the mornings. Tea, purified water, and fresh fruit water are available all day. Beer, wine, and margaritas are available for purchase in the afternoons and at dinner. 

Are phones/internet/fax available at Haramara?

There are no phones, internet, or fax at Haramara Retreat. If you would like to use the phone, internet, or fax, you will need to go into the town of Sayulita. We will provide you with ermergency contact information before departure.

Are gratuities included?

Tips for the kitchen, dining, and housekeeping staff are not included in your trip price. We suggest that you budget $15 U.S. per-day per-person or $100 U.S. per-week per-person. This will be shared amongst all the service staff and can be left with the manager at the end of your stay. Gratuities for the spa staff need to be paid directly at the time of service. All gratuities should be paid in cash.

 
April 7-14, 2018

Yoga in Mexico

Don’t miss out on an experience of a lifetime. Spaces are limited. Register now.