At the peak of winter's chill, join Rebecca Ketchum for a bright and healing week of yoga, meditation, healthy & traditional local foods, surf, and plenty of time for doing nothing but looking out at the horizon.
At the peak of winter’s chill, join Rebecca Ketchum for a bright and healing week of yoga, meditation, healthy & traditional local foods, surf, and plenty of time for doing nothing but looking out at the horizon. From March 25th until April 1st we will live in the Xinalani Eco-Resort on Mexico’s gorgeous Pacific coast. Set on 10 acres of pristine jungle with a white sandy beach for a front yard, this eco-retreat is only accessible by boat. This is the perfect spot to restore, warm up, and slow down; we would be honored to have you join us. We will meditate twice daily with invigorating yoga in the morning and a calming practice in the evening.
Typical Day (all of this is optional):
7 a.m. Morning snack/coffee 7:30 – 9:30 Meditation & invigorating yoga 10 a.m. Breakfast 11 a.m. Excursions/free time/beach 1:30-2:30 Lunch (option to bring this along if you’re on an excursion) 2:30 – 4:30 Free time or workshop 5-7 p.m. Slow flow/restorative yoga & meditation 8 p.m. Dinner 9 p.m. Optional yoga nidra
Price is per person and includes all meditation, yoga, lodging, 3 meals per day and airport transfer. Bring extra money if you want to drink alcohol, participate in spa and outdoor adventures nearby. $500 deposit holds your spot with the total due 4 weeks before departure. No refunds (unless there are extreme circumstances). Here are your options:
*We will mindfully match you with roommate/s if you are coming by yourself and would like a double or triple room.*
About Your Host
Rebecca Ketchum has been teaching movement and body awareness in the form of dance, meditation, and yoga for over 15 years. Drawn to yoga’s non-competitive and healing nature, Rebecca asks her students to use yoga as a practice of quiet self-observance without judgment. Structured around breath and space, her mindfully aligned vinyasa classes include elements of her background in Iyengar, Ashtanga, dance, therapeutic yoga, and Kundalini. Her classes are known to leave students full of new information yet clear-headed, light yet grounded, strong yet nimble. Rebecca teaches at Kula Yoga Project in NYC and specializes in teaching private clients to help them live a more peaceful, pain-free life through therapeutic yoga. She travels around the world leading retreats, training, and workshops on anything from the spine to inversions to pranayama. Visit Rebecca’s website for more information.