Explore your senses and indulge in the flavors of life at this week-long retreat in Oaxaca, Mexico.
You'll enjoy bright and beautiful accommodation, cooking classes with top chefs, and a visit to a family run palenque to learn how to make amazing mezcals in the old fashioned way.
You’ll discover astonishing ancient ruins and rebalance your body and mind with daily yoga plus plenty of free time left over to independently discover food, drinks, ceramics, chocolate and local Mexcan art.
- Daily Yoga classes
- All breakfasts and most dinners
- cooking classes
- market tour
- excursion to ancient ruins
- Visit to traditional Mezcal Farm w/ Dinner
- Dinner at Origen Restaurant
- Dinner at Criollo Restaurant
Rebecca believes everyone has the potential to thrive in the world, and that wellness is at the forefront of this global change. With an undeniable passion for empowering others to take charge of their wellbeing, one of her greatest strengths is establishing meaningful connections with others to collaboratively make the world a healthier place.
After taking her first class nearly 15 years ago, Rebecca has continued investing in the practices of yoga and meditation as student and teacher both. Rebecca seeks to create a sacred space for students to connect within themselves more deeply through breath and posture, with a unique teaching style most influenced by Ashtanga Vinyasa, Yin yoga, and Vipassana meditation.
El Diablo y Sandia is a uniquely bright and beautiful hotel that boasts sunny and spacious rooms, a colorful dining terrace, and exceptionally warm and welcoming staff. Daily, top-rated breakfasts and eclectic decor are what make this Oaxaca destination a stand-out one.
Start each day refreshed and energized after a revitalizing morning yoga session and an afternoon workshoppy session. Our days will be full of cultural and spiritual exploration and the practice will be both our way of preparing for the day and also integrating from the day.
Each yoga/movement practice is followed by a delicious and healthy breakfast. At the Merced Market, you'll be able to indulge in some of the famously good tamales, manelas, and tortillas. You'll also head out for a market tour and cooking class at Origen Restaurant with the owner and head chef Rodolfo Castellanos and eat the fruits of your labor for lunch.
While we encourage all guests to wind down, reset the nervous system and recover from doing so much, we also think that real adventure and movement supports this, in the right dose. We'll head to Santa Catarina Minas, where you'll learn all about how to produce the best Mezcal in the traditional process, and visit local textile master and enjoy some shopping in Teotitlan de Valle. There will also be an optional trip to the stunning rock formations of Hierve el Aqua.