¡Te has inscrito exitosamente a nuestro boletín!
Lo sentimos, este paquete no está disponible por el momento en nuestra página web.
Suscríbete a nuestro boletín!
No te pierdas nuestras promociones especiales, ofertas exclusivas, nuevos destinos e historias inspiradoras.
Come and join this extraordinary yoga journey in various areas of New Mexico, USA. This is a fun tour incorporating supportive practices, guided by experienced teachers, in a unique land that has attracted influential people for centuries. Practice yoga everyday, discuss different aspects of the philosophy, and apply them to other creative practices. Your experience will be an expression of this. Have a well-balanced itinerary to enjoy the good spaces of what the land has to offer.
You will be accommodated in single or double rooms in various four-star venues in New Mexico. All accommodations are beautiful spaces, created with love and designed to enchant you. On the first, second, and tenth nights, you will stay at the Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Organic Farm in Albuquerque. On the third night, you will stay in a hotel in Santa Fe. On the fourth night, you will stay at the Ghost Ranch in Abiquiú. On the fifth to ninth nights, you will stay in Casa Gallina in Taos.
Located just five minutes from the historic Taos Plaza, in a quiet, pastoral farmland setting, this artisan inn's five adobe casitas offer an oasis of home and renewal for visitors to Taos. Casa Gallina is the perfect base for exploring the Taos area, and it’s also the perfect place to stay put and slow down. Casa Gallina, in Spanish and Italian, means “hen house” - a nod to the forty-plus hens that roam around the land and provide all with fresh eggs everyday.
Spacious, colorful, and artful, each casita is decorated and appointed with hand-crafted furnishings, local art, antiques, and textiles from New Mexico, Old Mexico, and the world over. Look out the windows and there’s Taos Mountain. Step outside and take in one of the clearest night skies you’ll ever see. Hear the wild call of the coyotes that regularly prowl the valley. Stay in for the night and cozy up to your wood-burning kiva fireplace or wood-burning stove.
Put your favorite music on and cook up a delicious breakfast or dinner in your fully-equipped kitchen with veggies that you picked from the organic gardens and eggs from the hens. Civilization is also just a click away. Each casita offers wireless, high-speed internet, satellite television, Blu-ray/DVD facilities, and a music system. The grounds and gardens are landscaped and grassy with areas to sit and relax, and hammocks to nap in.
In the summer, enjoy the organic vegetable gardens, strawberry and raspberry patches, fruit orchards, and colorful beds of perennials and wild flowers. Hiking, biking, rafting, skiing, snowboarding, shopping, galleries, museums, Taos Pueblo, and gorgeous drives are all just minutes away. Your host will even guide you to his favorite places.
With a history as colorful as the surrounding red and yellow cliffs of the Piedra Lumbre (shining stone), this ranch offers a diversity of programs and adventure. Open year-round, the Ghost Ranch is committed to spiritual development, peace and justice, honoring the environment, and exploring family through the celebration of art, culture, and nature.
The landscape of Ghost Ranch - made famous by painter Georgia O’Keeffe - encompasses 21,000 acres of towering rock walls, vivid colors, and vast skies. People from all over the world come to work together in creation care, to paint, write poetry, hike, ride horses, research globally-renowned archaeological and fossil quarries, or simply to rest and renew their spirits.
The campus and lodging facilities are open for guests who wish to simply lodge in the area. You may stay while workshops, retreats, and conferences are bustling, and integrate with this energy over meals in the dining hall. Or you may also stay when peace abounds, fondly called “Overnight Stay Lodging” and includes breakfast.
While lodging at Ghost Ranch, guests have access to the 24-hour library, children’s playground, labyrinth, karesansui garden, water wheel, and four hiking trails. The ranch has a Farm to Table program that uses its own seasonal farm produce whenever possible. Menus highlight vegetarian entrees. A salad bar is featured during lunch and dinner each day. Meals are served cafeteria-style, with a choice of either indoor or outdoor dining.
Set among 25 acres of lavender fields, enormous cottonwood trees, and lush formal gardens, this inn is one of the most magnificent, historic properties in the southwest. Designed in 1932 by the region’s foremost architect, John Gaw Meem (the “Father of Santa Fe Style”), the inn combines 20 guest rooms, a working organic farm, and the ideal setting for meetings and special events. Los Poblanos' natural beauty, comfort, and privacy offer guests a truly relaxing environment.
The guest rooms and suites exhibit classic New Mexican style with original artwork, carved ceiling beams, hardwood floors, and antique southwest furnishings. All bedrooms have luxurious bedding and feature the inn's signature lavender spa amenities. A full, organic, gourmet breakfast is included in the room rates. Experience luxurious suites, generous hospitality, and a field-to-fork dining experience with Los Poblanos.
Palate Earth will meet you at Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ) and bring you to the charming organic lavender farm in Los Poblanos. It’s an opportunity to acclimatize and recover from your journey in a peaceful, supportive space. Your overnight stay for the next two nights will be at the Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Organic Farm.
Enjoy a post-travel yoga session and a farm-harvested breakfast. Afterwards, you can join the group in an optional trip to the old town of Albuquerque to enjoy some turquoise or pick up a Breaking Bad memento. You are also welcome to simply rest at the farm if you wish.
You will drive for about 90 minutes to Santa Fe, a charming, southwest adobe town that celebrates art. You will visit the Georgia O’Keeffe museum, walk the famous Canyon Road, and enjoy a margarita with the local legend of Lamy and well-known artist, Thom Ross. Your accommodation for the night is a four-star hotel in Santa Fe.
You will leave Santa Fe for Abiquiú, the New Mexico home of Georgia O’Keeffe and the inspiration for much of her art. O’Keeffe is one of the most significant and intriguing artists of the twentieth century, known internationally for her boldly-innovative art. Her distinct flowers, dramatic cityscapes, glowing landscapes, and images of bones against the stark desert sky are iconic and original contributions to American modernism.
Born in 1887 and raised on a dairy farm in Wisconsin, USA, O’Keeffe eschewed the frills and frippery of her time for a long black plait and monochrome clothing. But it wasn’t just her dress that challenged the conventions of the day. She reinvented the still life with her paintings of enlarged flowers and desert skulls, had affairs with both men and women including Frida Kahlo, Joni Mitchell, and Allen Ginsberg.
She also lived on a remote ranch in New Mexico among rattlesnakes and tumble weeds. O'Keeffe was the first woman to be given a retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art and, last year, she became the highest-selling female artist in an auction in history. Fearless, determined, and liberated before her time, O’Keeffe was a pioneer of women’s freedom of expression.
The road to Abiquiú will also give you a sense of how spectacular the American roadie can be. See sandstone rock formations that date back over 100 million years, and vast open spaces - this truly is the wild west. The Ghost Ranch, your accommodation for the night, is modest, but the night skies are not.
Enjoy a tour of Georgia O’Keeffe’s home and studio. See where she lived for over two decades, and be in the space which inspired some of her most famous work. You will also be spending your time at a leisurely pace in the town of Taos, beginning with a yoga session each morning. Breathe in the history, culture, and creativity of the place. While there, you will stay at Casa Gallina, an artisan inn.
During the days, you will enjoy a guided medicinal and edible plant hike with a local university professor, and lunch with the local baker who bakes with local, organic, heirloom-sprouted, and fermented grain. You will be, seriously and without exaggeration, tasting the best bread in the world. You will also visit the local Indian pueblo, which is the oldest inhabited native village in North America.
Spend a day by the river to fly-fish, or simply read, write, or paint. There will be led writing and painting sessions during the retreat. Enjoy local, natural hot springs inside the canyon. Join a sound healing session with crystal bowls inside Ra’s famous, hand-carved, sandstone cave. Visit the morning markets to meet the locals and experience their food. Also enjoy some time to explore the adobe town by yourself.
Taos is also home to earthships, which are fully-sustainable structures made from scrap, designed to sustain anyone for 12 months without leaving the front door, even in freezing conditions. Michael Reynolds is the “biotect" of these structures, and you’ll get to visit the headquarters. You will also have an Ayurveda cooking class, and a crystal sound bowl and meditation session, with Tizia O'Connor.
You will drive from Taos back to Albuquerque, ready to head over to your various destinations the next day. You will, of course, take the scenic route, enjoy lunch along the way, and stop to pick up a classy bottle of tequila as a souvenir if desired. You will spend another night in the Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Organic Farm.
Depart to your onward destination. If flying out, Palate Earth will take you to Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ), which is only 11 minutes away from the farm.
While in Albuquerque, there will be a trip to the old town to enjoy some turquoise or pick up a Breaking Bad memento. While in Santa Fe, you will visit the Georgia O’Keeffe museum, walk the famous Canyon Road, and enjoy a margarita with the local legend of Lamy and well-known artist, Thom Ross. In Abiquiú, you will have a tour of Georgia O’Keeffe’s home and studio.
During your days in Taos, you will have a guided medicinal and edible plant hike with a local university professor, and lunch with the local baker who bakes with local, organic, heirloom-sprouted, and fermented grain. You will also visit the local Indian pueblo, and spend a day by the river to fly-fish, or simply read, write, or paint. You will also enjoy local, natural hot springs inside the canyon.
You will also have a sound healing session with crystal bowls inside Ra’s famous, hand-carved, sandstone cave, visit the morning markets to meet the locals and experience their food, and see the earthship headquarters. All of these excursions are included in the price of this retreat.
This yoga holiday will take place in various areas of New Mexico, USA, namely Abiquiú, Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Taos. New Mexico's big skies are like no other. Its land provides sustenance to a wide spectrum of cultures and demographics. The oldest native Indian village, still inhabited after 1000 years, attracts tribes from across North America every year to celebrate their traditions.
Abiquiú was the New Mexico home of renowned American artist Georgia O’Keeffe, and the inspiration for much of her art. The road to Abiquiu will give you a sense of how spectacular the American roadie can be. See sandstone rock formations which date back over 100 million years, and vast open spaces - this truly is the wild west.
Albuquerque is an old town rich in turquoise and is also the setting of the hit television series Breaking Bad. Santa Fe is a charming, southwest adobe town that celebrates art. Taos was born as an art mecca in 1898, when itinerant artists Bert Phillips and Ernest Blumenschein were rambling their way to Mexico to paint. A broken wagon wheel forced them into town and, after seeing Taos, they gave up all thoughts of Mexico.
By 1915, they had easily convinced others to join them in town, and the Taos Society of Artists was created. Art patroness Mabel Dodge Luhan followed and hosted writers D.H. Lawrence and Aldous Huxley, photographer Ansel Adams, Georgia O'Keeffe, and other world-famous luminaries, solidifying Taos' reputation as a Bohemian retreat to this day.
All three daily meals (except for the room service or when you decide to wander around town for a day by yourself) are included in the price of this retreat. Still drinking water will be provided with the meals. Your host, Baxter, was a chef on yachts before focusing on yoga, and has a background in culinary tours through India and Europe.
Breakfasts are supplied by your hosts and accommodations. Since you will be touring, all meals do vary but will incorporate a considered knowledge for local, organic, and well-prepared food.
You can book Ayurvedic treatments with well-renowned practitioner Tizia O'Connor at an additional cost. Tizia creates not only beautiful spaces for massages, Watsu, sound healing, craniosacral, and Reiki therapy sessions (just to name a few), but also customizes her own potions and lotions to best compliment her clients' needs.
Please book your flight to arrive at Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Palate Earth will pick you up from the airport.