Join Dailey Reflexology and Yoga to revitalize and reconnect to your nature, explore deep play, and the healing energy of Mother Earth at this sacred location. You will be honored and work with the potent energy of spring, renewing your spirits through daily rituals and workshops. Janet and Seema are both trained in yoga therapy and share a love of holding the space for each of their students to feel supported and safe.
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During this retreat, you will be staying at Mar de Jade. Overlooking Mexico's Pacific Ocean and Chacala's sandy golden beach, the main house with its graceful contours and Mediterranean style serves as a gathering place for a variety of events and happenings.
It houses the yoga and meditation studios, dinning rooms, bar, guest lounge, and reception. The spacious layout of Mar de Jade offers each area a sense of privacy as it blends with the natural surroundings. You can discover mango and papaya trees, lay in a hammock under the shade of a palapa, or walk through a small organic herbs garden.
Ocean rooms are bright and airy, with floor-to-ceiling glass doors opening onto a private balcony with an ocean view. Comfortable and well appointed, each room has a sitting area with a futon that can accommodate up to two children, some have the futon in a space separated by a door for added privacy. All have bathtubs and some have a separate shower as well. Most are on third and fourth floors and require steps to climb.
Garden rooms are comfortable and tastefully decorated, some crafted in a Mexican style, with natural rock, hand-painted mosaics, and tropical mahogany wood furnaces, while others have an airy Mediterranean feel with floor-to-ceiling windows that let in plenty of natural light and fresh breeze.
Each room has a terrace with a view of the lush tropical gardens, a spacious bathroom with bathtub, and some have a separate shower. Located on the ground floor, these rooms are easy to access either with a few steps or with a ramp.
Guestroom lofts are a more basic yet spacious option for families or three to four roommates. The bottom level has a king bed (or two twins) and a bathroom. The loft is accessed by a spiral staircase and has two twin beds (or a king). They all have garden or jungle views. The loft is not recommended for children under six years old or people with mobility issues. Minimum occupancy is three people.
Guestrooms are simple yet comfortable rooms for one or two people, with garden or jungle views.
During this retreat, you will enjoy two daily yoga classes, a morning sunrise flow class with Janet, working with the life giving energy of the sun and healing mantras, and an evening chakra Restorative class with Seema, that includes meditation, visualization, spiritual art-making, and restorative poses for deep relaxation. Everyone is welcome.
There will also be community service for those interested, that will include fundraising and visiting the El Jardin non-profit school and their organic farm during the week.
Janet Dailey Butler
Yoga Alliance RYT 200 (Yoga)
Janet Dailey Butler, founder of Dailey Wellness, blends yoga, sound healing, aromatherapy, and reflexology into a unique and joyful system for self-care. She came into this work over a decade ago as a direct result of her own healing crisis. Janet is a 200-hour RYT through Naam Yoga and has completed 150 hours of corrective yoga taught by Paula Tursi of Reﬂections Center for Conscious Living and Yoga. She is also an ARCB-certified reflexologist and a level one Wisdom of the Earth medicinal aromatherapist working with essential oils and plant essences.
Seema will be teaching Chakra Restorative classes, which include meditation, visualization, spiritual art-making, and restorative poses for deep relaxation.
Mar de Jade is located along Mexico's tropical Pacific coast, about 90 minutes north of popular tourist destination Puerto Vallarta, three hours west of Guadalajara, and two hours south of Tepic. It is located on the south end of Chacala Beach, Nayarit, Mexico.
Chacala’s half-mile bay is home to approximately 300 full-time residents and receives many seasonal residents and visitors during the winter months. It is a favored beach destination for Mexican families during the most popular vacation periods such as Semana Santa (Easter week) and New Years.
Chacala has one of the most pristine beaches along the coastline, soft golden sand lined with coconut trees and palapa (thatched-roof) restaurants. The town still retains an unhurried lifestyle and the locals are very friendly and welcoming.
You will be served three daily farm-to-table meals prepared lovingly by the Mar de Jade culinary staff. Vegetarian, fish, seafood, and some chicken options are also available. Allergies will be accommodated.
You will have plenty of free time during the day to either book spa treatments at Mar de Jade’s Spa, have a healing session with Seema, relax on the beach, walk into town, or even to enjoy any one of the following activities and excursions.
You may sign up for a guided excursion to Las Cuevas or a further beach. A minimum of two people is required for one trip. An excursion will take about four or seven hours, and will cost 60 USD per person.
Alternatively, you can also go on a guided excursion to El Naranjo with time to enjoy the beach. For this trip, a minimum of four people is required. It will take about two to three hours in total, and will cost 30 USD per person.
An early morning boat ride to search for humpback whales that migrate annually from Alaska to Mexico for breeding season. This is available only from December to March. You all have to depart before breakfast. A minimum of four people is required for one trip. An excursion will take up to two hours, and will cost 30 USD per person.
A 30-minute boat ride takes you to a small island to snorkel off the shore. The boat service has life jackets and some snorkel gear, you may also wish to bring your own or buy some in town. A minimum of four people is required for one trip. An excursion will take about three or four hours, and will cost 25 USD per person.
A quaint Thursday morning market in the nearby town of La Peñita is something that you might not want to miss. You can find some arts and crafts, jewelry, Huichol art, and souvenirs. There is also a thriving section for locals selling appliances and food, etc. Bank and ATM available at the town. Dailey Reflexology and Yoga recommends you use pesos for purchases.
A van will take you, wait for you, and bring you back. A minimum of four people is required for one trip. An excursion will take about four hours in total, and will cost 15 USD per person.
An hour and a half-van ride takes you to the outskirts of an old port called San Blas, where La Tovara Mangrove awaits with many bird species, turtles, crocodiles, and other wildlife. The boat tour takes approximately one hour and there is a place to swim and eat at the end.
Mangrove boat ride not included and must be hired upon arrival at San Blas for around 10 USD. A minimum of five people is required for one trip. An excursion will take about six or eight hours, and will cost 45 USD per person.
Go on an-hour-and-a-half guided hike through the tropical jungle and over an extinct volcano to the nearby beach Las Cuevas (The Caves), enjoy beach time and return on a 15-minute boat ride. A minimum of four people is required for one trip. An excursion will take about five or six hours, and will cost 20 USD per person.
Sign up for a full-day excursion to Puerto Vallarta to visit the boardwalk, shops, restaurants, historic church, arts and crafts market, and romantic zone with its cobble stone streets and teja rooftops. Van ride is an hour and a half, and driver will wait up to seven hours. A minimum of four people is required for one trip. An excursion will take about six or eight hours, and will cost 50 USD per person.
This is a day or half-day trip to the hip surf town, Sayulita where you can find shops, restaurants, surf lessons, and equipment rental. Expect to see a lot of tourists during high season. The van ride to and from is approximately 45 minutes and the driver will wait for up to four hours. A minimum of four people is required for one trip. An excursion will take about four or six hours, and will cost 35 USD per person.
Learn or improve your Spanish language skills with private or group classes with the enthusiastic and experienced teacher, Janet. These lessons are suitable for beginners to advanced intermediate level, and will cost 20 USD per hour for private classes, 15 USD per hour with two people, and 12 USD per hour with three or more students.
A temazcal is a type of sweat lodge, which originated from pre-Hispanic indigenous cultures in Mesoamerica. The word temazcal comes from the Nahuatl (Aztec) word temazcalli (house of heat). In ancient Mesoamerica, it was used as part of a curative ceremony thought to purify the body, mind, and spirit. The shape of the temazcal represents the womb of Mother Earth.
In the Nahuatl tradition, one of its purposes is the confrontation with Tezcatlipoca, the dark side of your spirit, in order to be reborn more liberated than when you went in. The temazcal ceremony consists of four puertas (doors) which represent physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual healing. To produce the heat, volcanic stones are heated and then placed in a pit located in the center of the temazcal.
The guide pours an infusion with aromatic and medicinal herbs that produce steam upon contact with the stones. Today, this pre-Hispanic tradition continues to be used in indigenous cultures and is being recovered by the society for spiritual and health purposes.
At Mar de Jade, you will be offered the temazcal ceremony as a means of sharing a therapeutic, cultural, and spiritual experience. A minimum of six and maximum of 14 people is required for one session. A session will take about two hours, and will cost 30 USD per person.
You will have access to the Mar de Jade swimming pool, hot tub, cold tub, and steam room.
Please book your flight to arrive at Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport (PVR). Transfer from and to this airport is available upon request. It will cost you approximately 20 to 100 USD, depending on the number of passengers.
Taking the local bus takes about an hour or two longer than a direct taxi, because it stops at many towns along the way, and you must take two taxis to and from the bus stations. Buses leave about every half an hour from the Puerto Vallarta bus terminal (Central Camionera) to Las Varas, which is the closest town to the venue, available until 10:00 p.m.
From the airport, take a taxi to the bus station Central Camionera which is about one mile north of the airport at a cost of 10 USD from one to four people. Buy a ticket at the Pacifico bus line, for a northbound bus to Las Varas, costing about 10 to 15 USD per person. The ride is about two hours. At the Las Varas bus station, ask for a taxi to Mar de Jade in Chacala. It should take 15 minutes and cost about 10 USD.
You can buy a ticket for an official airport taxi inside of the airport building. It generally is more expensive than the cost of the taxis Dailey Reflexology and Yoga can arrange for you. Make sure they know where Chacala, Nayarit is because there is more than one town with this name in the area.
You can also take a regular yellow city taxi, with whom you can bargain for a better price, by crossing the highway over the pedestrian bridge in front of the airport. There are usually regular P.V. yellow taxis drivers parked in front of the restaurants and shops there, and they charge 80 to 150 USD. Again, make sure they take you to the correct Chacala, in the state of Nayarit.
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