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Escape with Clara Macy and Dr. Jackie Fields to a remote corner of Baja, Mexico for a week of women’s focused health and mind-body balancing. Rejuvenate in the privacy of 10,000 acres of beach, mountains, luxurious accommodations, and abundant nature. Experience the charm of Mexico at the authentic 100-year old luxury ranch while watching the seasonal whale migrations from your villa patio directly on the Sea of Cortez!
Rancho Las Cruces is an exclusive and a historic Baja seaside beach resort. Wake up to the morning sun and be filled with awe as it turns the tranquil sea into a masterpiece of color. Soak up the majestic Santa Cruz Mountains, stunning desert gardens, and the oasis of stately palms while enjoying attentive and personalized service.
Your days will be spent integrating the physical, emotional, and spiritual elements of your yoga practice with the science of integrative medicine from Dr. Jackie Fields. You will take what you experience on the mat to an 'off the mat' application relative to your current health conditions, receiving individual guidance for your optimal state health and well-being.
There will be a perfect blend of SUP yoga in nature’s playground with a daily Ayurvedic yoga practice honoring circadian rhythms of the day. Your mornings will be spent building your inner fire while the evenings will bring you back to a relaxed mental and physical state.
Your days will also include workshops with Dr. Jackie Fields focused on unique health topics such as women's health, optimal nutrition, detoxification protocols, optimizing hormonal health, sacred skin care, and gut health.
Naturalists from around the world are attracted to the area’s sheer diversity; desert flora and fauna, mangrove estuaries, and the coastal shorelines make up the intriguing terrain. The area provides nesting sites and migratory habitat for about 210 bird species and a number of endemic species, including the world's largest cactus, black-tailed jack rabbit, ground squirrel, and a variety of reptiles. Valleys covered in the thousands of desert plant varieties lead to ravines and streambeds, the site of a primitive cave, and gorge paintings and carvings.
The unique alluvial plains, dramatic cliffs, and waterside wonders make Azul de Cortez and the Baja California Peninsula a flourishing tropical ecosystem. Explore 10,000 acres of private, pristine coastline, breathtaking trails, and mountain pools.
Rancho Las Cruces provides a fleet of sea kayaks and stand up paddle boards that you can take exploring. These water toys are a great way to get up close and personal with the diverse and exciting sea life.
Every year between late December and mid-March, thousands of gray whales make their annual migration through the Pacific Ocean. It is a spectacular event. During these months, it is possible to see these magnificent creatures and experience one of the world’s most memorable wildlife adventures.
This retreat will take place at Hotel Rancho Las Cruces in Mexico. This historic hotel is an exclusive Baja seaside beach resort located on a natural sanctuary of more than 10,000 acres and seven miles of private pristine coastline. It is situated along the white sandy beaches of the Sea of Cortez. Gaze across the Sea of Cortez to the enchanted Isla Cerralvo, once known to the Spanish conquistadors as the island of pearls.
Unique marine life has created a thriving ecosystem; smaller microorganisms attract the diverse small fish, which then attract larger game fish. Between the waters themselves and the hundreds of islands within, the Sea of Cortez and nearby lagoon Magdalena Bay are active home, birthing, and nesting sites for a large number of marine mammals, birds, and fish, some of which you can only find here. Blue whales, humpback whales, California gray whales, orcas, manta ray, and leatherback sea turtles migrate annually to the area and it is not unlikely to spot a vaquita porpoise speeding alongside your boat or kayak.
Rancho Las Cruces' chefs create delicious, healthy, and customized meals. The menu changes daily integrating a variety of Baja’s freshest fare. Most of the ingredients are procured right here on the property’s huerta, where vegetables and fruits are cultivated and picked daily for your enjoyment. Whatever your request may be, the kitchen staff will be happy to help satisfy the craving.
You can on a whale shark tour that includes boat, transport from the ranch, and an awesome picnic lunch on a secret beach which will cost you 100 USD per person.
Please book your flight to arrive at Los Cabos International Airport (SJD). Transfer from and to this airport is available upon request.
The drive from Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) to Rancho Las Cruces is around three hours and Life Force Project will organize a shuttle to the retreat location for 75 USD round trip per person.
Suggested flight itinerary from Denver International Airport (DIA): United Flight number 1665 February 4, 2018. Departing Denver International Airport (DIA) 11:15 a.m. Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) 2:15 p.m.
Returning: United Flight number 1210 February 11, 2018. Departing Los Cabos International Airport (SJD) 3:15 p.m. Arriving Denver International Airport (DIA) 6:15 p.m.