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The Living Project wants you to have a travel experience that stretches your soul. For them, it is not enough to just take you on a typical yoga vacation but their intention is that you have an experience that opens you to new experiences, possibilities, and personal growth. In addition to daily open-level Vinyasa classes, this retreat will offer you instructions in mindfulness meditation to facilitate deep healing and personal insight.
You will have seven night stay at Yemaya Island Hideaway and Spa and one night stay at the Hotel Camino Real in Managua.
Yemaya, named after the African Goddess of the sea, brings a Tulum-like, bohemian-chic, yoga-centric, barefoot luxury to Little Corn Island. It is a remote and pristine slice of unparalleled paradise. It is nothing short of stunning. Arriving by panga boat will give you one of your favorite hotel experiences ever, where you will be promptly handed a fresh coconut as your welcome drink.
Each impeccably executed oceanfront bungalow features elegant, contemporary décor, a terrace with a seating area, and hammocks. All rooms have a ceiling fan, a safe, and a private bathroom with handmade toiletries. You will be staying on a lush and stunningly landscaped property that boasts two yoga platforms, one nestled in the island jungle and the other overlooking the Caribbean sea.
While you will only be staying here for one night, this is a adorable little jewel of a hotel that is only minutes from the Managua airport. The accommodations here are beautiful, quaint, and impeccably clean. The food is glorious, the large pool is inviting, and there is a fun and somewhat naughty casino next door that is good for a laugh or a drink. At the entrance of the hotel are exotic birds, Macaws and Toucans, and when you arrive you can sense a kind of old-school Central American hospitality.
The Living Project begins to invite a more inclusive and loving way of being. In the retreat, you become better friends with yourselves and your lives. In addition, each evening you will join together in a sacred circle exploring the mystical meditation practice known as shamanic journeying. The beloved guest teacher, Stacey, will be on hand to help you bring the energies of the ancient Maya into your present lives and understanding, and she will also co-facilitate the evening circle with Jonathan.
This is fun, imaginative, and expansive work that will bring you into deeper contact with spirit, nature, and the hearts of the other participants. The evening circle is widely considered a highlight for those who have attended The Living Project retreat before. While The Living Project have a rich curriculum planned for you, you always leave plenty of down time to relax, swim, read a book, and explore the island.
You will have a group sailing and snorkeling excursion on 40 feet boat, handmade by the indigenous tribe of Miskito people who are the crew themselves.
This retreat will take place mainly in Little Corn Island, Nicaragua. Little Corn Island is a tiny speck in the Caribbean, only about 1.5 square miles in size but it is bursting with character. You will not believe that you are in Nicaragua when you come here. This is truly an oasis of tranquility; a refreshing break from the hustle and bustle of the mainland. It is tiny, pristine, and totally undiscovered by the masses.
Home to a permanent population of only around 700 individuals speaking mainly Creole English, you will find a way of life here that still celebrates Caribbean simplicity. The indigenous Miskito people of Nicaragua sail on hand-made boats at night. They sail with the stars as their guide. The native people have a real love of their land and proficiency with plants. In the bush, 400 types of plants can be used for medicinal purposes, and the Miskito make the cures by hand.
You will luxuriate on stunning emerald beaches and swim in pools on the edge of the untouched wilderness of virgin rainforest; all the while surrounded by spectacular rare birds and exotic marine life.
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You will be provided with vegan or vegetarian breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily. Lobsters are also there in the menu. The Yemaya Restaurant uses fresh ingredients from the organic gardens and surrounding ocean. You can also find local bars and restaurants within a 20-minute walk.
You can enjoy activities including scuba diving, snorkeling, paddle-boarding, and kayaking on-site.
Please book your flight to arrive at Augusto C. Sandino International Airport (MGA). Transfer from and to the airport is included. The Living Project will pick you up from the airport.