Expert tip: This is one of the most popular yoga retreats offered in Puerto Rico.
This retreat is all about grabbing hold of the concepts of adventure and play, and taking them to a whole new level, while surrounded by the incomparable tropical paradise of Puerto Rico. It is all about taking chances, exploring outdoor wonders, taking climbing trips, going on surf adventures, and playing on slacklines. Join Redefining Balance in a retreat that will bring a new adventure to you every day you are with them!
During this retreat, you will be staying in Grateful Souls Hostel. You may choose to stay in a private room, shared room, dorms, or in their camping facility. All accommodation options are on the beach with access to a shared kitchen, bathrooms, Wi-Fi, and communal hangout areas.
Intended for students of all levels, this retreat will focus on climbing trips to several different locations with beautiful limestone and tropical jungle surroundings. Rest days will include surf lessons and slacklining with optional yoga and AcroYoga classes to stretch, realign, and fly.
Evenings will include Thai massage classes to restore well-being in the body and ensure a good night sleep, so you are recharged for the next adventure. An optional full day of guided climbing is available for an additional 150 USD for those who are interested in staying through Monday evening.
Climbing, surfing, and slacklining adventures to several different locations with beautiful limestone and tropical jungle surroundings will be a part of this retreat.
This retreat will take place in the beautiful town of Aguada, Puerto Rico. The ocean front location is ideal for relaxation. Just a ten minute walk down the beach and you can enjoy excellent cuisine and vibrant night life.
During this retreat, you will be served a complimentary waffle breakfast each morning and a welcome dinner.
Rejuvenating Thai massage sessions are included in the package.
Please book your flight to arrive at Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU).
If you would like to travel by public transportation to the hostel from San Juan or Mayaguez, there is a 15-passenger shuttle van that runs along the main highways. Linea Sultana has the most shuttles and stops at various locations including Isabela, Aguadilla, Aguada, and Anasco (the closest Rincon stop).
The stop you want to get off at is Picho’s Pools (the puente of Aguada) at the intersection of the 2 and the 417. Prices range from 15 to 30 USD depending on where you get picked up. Generally, airport pickup is 30 USD and any of their regular stops are 15 USD each way.
From your stop, you can take a taxi to reach the hostel.