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Way of the Sacred is a teaching and performance group utilizing sacred ceremony, traditional world chants, and original songs and exploratory activities within retreats and workshops to awaken the individual to their innate wisdom, power, and true nature of love. In a lush, tropical jungle, steps away from the clear pristine beaches of the remote and serene town of Yelapa, Living At Peace sets the intention to heal, return to the true nature and restore the relationship with the Earth.
Los Naranjos Eco Retreat Center is a place for individuals or small groups to retreat from the everyday world. It is a place to take time to connect with the source of all being. The center offers a quiet environment to reflect on what is true of value and to let go of what clutters the mind and the heart.
With several traditional Mexican palapas on four lush acres of natural gardens, Los Naranjos offers the ideal setting for workshops, family and individual getaways, and events of all kinds. The gardens are bursting with tropical flowers and fruits, fish ponds, and a waterfall falling into a beautiful, natural swimming pool.
This retreat will offer experiential workshops and classes that will awaken the primal essence and remind you of the innate power and wisdom, with yoga, sound healing, chanting / singing, shamanic journeys, sacred ceremony, meditation, sacred sisterhood, and swimming in the sea and natural waterfalls. Bringing you back to the relationship with Mother Earth, Gaia, and awakening the Wild Woman and the Divine Priestess; the Sacred Feminine.
This retreat will take place in Yelapa, Cabo Corrientes, Mexico.
Please book your flight to arrive at Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport (PVR).
Take a cab (approximately 20 USD) to Los Muertos Pier where you will take a water taxi (17 USD for a round trip) to Yelapa.