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28 Tage Yoga Urlaub in Mexiko & Guatemala

Sacred Mythic Journey, Meditation, and Yoga Retreat Mexico and Guatemala

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This sacred mythic journey gives you the opportunity to participate in Mayan cacao healing ceremonies and to have a unique chance to visit a fascinating culture of Huicholes people. You will experience the sacred pilgrimage to the ancient ruined city of Tikal and El Mirador in Guatemala and from the Pacific Ocean in the west, to the Wixrika symbolized birthplace of the sun in the northeast of Mexico.

Retreat Highlights

  • Yoga and meditation practices
  • Heart energy medicine workshops
  • Foundational AcroYoga expressions workshop
  • Visits to local well-known nature power spots
  • Mayan cacao and peyote ceremonies
  • 27 nights' accommodation
  • Daily healthy meals

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28 Tage Unterricht auf Englisch
Gesprochene Sprachen: Spanisch, Englisch
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Special arrangements can be made for a private room, but this is by request only and for an additional charge per night. Please contact Sacred Mythic Journeys for more information. However, in order to maximize the experience for all retreat participants, Sacred Mythic Journeys recommends highly that everybody uses the carefully selected shared accommodations.

Sacred Mythic Journeys always use a selection of reputable and comfortable shared accommodations, as to maintain a family and creative team atmosphere throughout your experience. Individual lodgings and rooms will therefore usually be shared by no more than between two and four people at a time, with shared bathroom and shower facilities.

Sacred Mythic Journeys Guatemala and Mexico Yoga Retreat Program

The Mayans are considered the most culturally advanced among the Mesoamerican civilizations. They also were the first true chocolate aficionados, treasuring cacao as a restorative, mood-enhancing cure-all. It became an integral part of their society, used in ceremonies, given as gifts, and incorporated into their mythologies.

Food for the gods

The word “cacao” possibly originated with the pre-Mayan Olmec peoples. The words “ka-ka-wa” were deciphered from an ancient Mayan drinking vessel. This is not to be confused with modern processed “chocolate”, which has been heated, sweetened, and otherwise modified, removing many of cacao’s natural beneficial effects.

The importance of the cacao tree and its fruit to the people of Central and South America is found in their myths and legends. The Mayans inherited their knowledge of cacao from the Olmecs and became the first to use cacao as ‘currency’.

The place where the rainbow gets its color

The delicious sacred cocoa elixir is consumed in sacred space and with solemn ceremony, followed by meditation, chanting, breath work, dancing, and with live music. All specially designed to facilitate deep shamanic journeying, bringing insights, answers to questions, connection to your true divine nature, and bliss.

The cacao world tree

Chocolate plays a part in Mayan traditions. The Mayans’ sacred book, Popul Vuh, contains their story of the creation, and instead of an apple tree, there’s a cacao tree. In this myth, immortal ball-playing twins are beheaded by the gods of death. One has his head hung on a cacao tree. The magical head manages to mate with a woman who becomes the mother of twin gods. These two defeat the gods of death and then end up in the sky as the sun and the moon.

The land is alive

In the rugged Sierra Madre mountains of north-western Mexico, the Huichol or Wixáritari people, who it is believed are descendants of the Aztecs, are still living as they have done for thousands of generations, in communion with nature and with each other. Never conquered by outsiders, their sacred traditions and connection to the gods have remained intact. They are one of only a handful of existing indigenous cultures with such a continuous heritage.

It is estimated that there are approximately 15,000 members of this last-known tribe of indigenous Indians in the Americas.

The spirit of the blue deer

The Huicholes' lives center around ancient rituals and tradition, everything from planting corn to embroidering clothes, all done in a sacred way. Their artwork is alive with their experience of the divine. The Wixárika (meaning “the healing people” in their native Huichol language) are known for their colorful clothing and famous for their vivid and elaborately designed ‘yarn paintings’ and beadwork.

Together, their cosmology and shamanic tradition form and define a unique and highly structured way of life, which is expressed in every facet of their lives.

Visions of the ancestors

Their distinctive visionary art, in the form of these yarn paintings, embroidered clothing, bags, beaded gourds, masks, jewelry, and sculpture, all derives from their shamanic visions whose symbols form the basis of their work and their lives. The work is all hand-made by individual artists who are taught by their elders, and who then pass on the artistic techniques to their children. And so it goes, from generation to generation.

Originally all the artwork was made as “offrendas”, prayer offerings to the spirits left at places of power along the pilgrimage route.

An ancient 400-mile pilgrimage

The “mara’akame”, the shaman, still leads pilgrims on a yearly journey retracing the path of the gods and goddesses when they first appeared in this middle world and traveled on a sacred pilgrimage to find its center.

The pilgrimage culminates in a night-long ceremony around ‘tatewari’, grandfather fire, a meditative retreat during which shamanic plant medicine ceremony using a button shaped cactus called peyote or ‘hikuri’, induces a visionary state by which the Wixárika people find their lives and the power, the ‘kupuri’, to follow their heart path to completion.


Day 1

Meet, introductions, and team briefing in Tikal, Guatemala.

Day 2

Spirit adventure pilgrimage to the ancient ruined city of Tikal and El Mirador day one.

Day 3

Spirit adventure pilgrimage to the ancient ruined city of Tikal and El Mirador day two.

Day 4

Spirit adventure pilgrimage to the ancient ruined city of Tikal and El Mirador day three.

Day 5

Spirit adventure pilgrimage to the ancient ruined city of Tikal and El Mirador day four.

Day 6

Spirit adventure pilgrimage to the ancient ruined city of Tikal and El Mirador day five and travel by bus to Lake Atitlan.

Day 7

Day of silence, Mayan calendar workshop, and fire ceremony. Prepare the shamanic plant medicine yourself, ready for the deep ceremony work ahead.

Day 8

Shamanic plant medicine ceremony day one.

Day 9

Shamanic plant medicine ceremony day two.

Day 10

Shamanic plant medicine ceremony day three.

Day 11

Sharing, relaxation, and integration day.

Day 12

Heart energy workshop day one.

Day 13

Heart energy workshop day two.

Day 14

Foundational AcroYoga expression workshop and celebration dinner.

Day 15

Meet, introductions, and team briefing in Mexico City, Mexico.

Day 16

Travel to the ancient ruined city of Teotihuacan.

Day 17

Travel by bus to the remote indigenous Huichol Indian Village.

Day 18

Day of silence, prepare the shamanic plant medicine yourself, ready for the deep ceremony work ahead.

Day 19

Shamanic plant medicine ceremony day one.

Day 20

Shamanic plant medicine ceremony day two.

Day 21

Shamanic plant medicine ceremony day three.

Day 22

Sharing, relaxation, and integration day.

Day 23

Travel by bus to Real De Catorce.

Day 24

Spirit adventure pilgrimage to the sacred mountain of Wirikuta day one.

Day 25

Spirit adventure pilgrimage to the sacred mountain of Wirikuta day two.

Day 26

Heart energy medicine workshop day one.

Day 27

Heart energy medicine workshop day two.

Day 28

Foundational AcroYoga expressions workshop and celebration dinner.

Retreat Ort

Guatemala is the heart of the Mayan world. Within its territory, the Mayans’ greatest cities flourished, centers of commerce and culture for the Meso-American region. The greatest of these is Tikal, but there are hundreds of other archaeological sites that scientists have not even begun to study. Guatemala City itself is built on the ruins of an impressive Mayan city known as Kaminaljuyu. Then, your journey will continue to Sierra Madre Occidental area in Mexico.


During your retreat, you will be served healthy and balanced fresh food diet, juices, and herbal teas. There will be also welcome celebration and farewell meals on your arrival and departure days.

Folgende Mahlzeiten sind inbegriffen:

  • Frühstück
  • Mittagessen
  • Abendessen
  • Getränke

Die folgenden Ernährungsweisen stehen zur Verfügung und/oder berücksichtigt werden:

  • Vegetarisch
  • Ovo-Lakto-Vegetarier
  • Vegan
  • Glutenfrei
  • Biologisch
  • Regulär (schließt normalerweise Fleisch und Fisch mit ein)
  • Pescetarier
  • Halal
  • Laktosefrei
Wenn Sie besondere Ernährungsbedürfnisse haben, empfehlen wir Ihnen diese dem Veranstalter bei der Buchung mitzuteilen.

Was ist im Preis inbegriffen?

  • 2 days of foundational AcroYoga expressions workshop
  • 4 days of heart energy medicine workshop
  • 6 days of Mayan cacao (chocolate) and peyote (hikuri) ceremonies
  • 27 nights’ accommodation
  • All in-country local ground transportation
  • Fully guided meditations
  • Healthy and balanced fresh food diet, juices, and herbal teas
  • Inspirational guides and shamans
  • Local national park entrance fees
  • Mayan calendar workshop and Mayan fire ceremony
  • Soul creative element private consultations
  • Spirit adventure pilgrimage to the ancient ruins of Tikal and El Mirador in Guatemala
  • Spirit adventure pilgrimage to the pyramids of Teotihuacán and Wirikuta mountain in Mexico
  • Welcome celebration meal and farewell meal

Was ist nicht im Preis inbegriffen?

  • Additional gear and equipment (optional)
  • Additional healing or holistic services (optional)
  • Airfares (if applicable)
  • Essential kit list items (compulsory)
  • Personal expenses (optional)
  • Travel and medical insurance (compulsory)
  • Treats and snacks (optional)


Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at La Aurora International Airport (GUA). Sacred Mythic Journeys recommend you to arrive a day early and stay at a hotel or hostel so to relax and recharge before the start of your journey or retreat. On the first day of the journey or retreat, you will meet in one pre-designated location that Sacred Mythic Journeys will confirm with you nearer to your retreat starting date.


  • Eine Reservierung erfordert eine Anzahlung von 50% des Gesamtpreises.
  • Die Anzahlung wird nicht erstattet, wenn die Buchung storniert wird.
  • Der Restbetrag ist 60 Tage vor der Ankunft zu zahlen.
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