This adventure in Peru is full of magic and awe, lush clean air and nature, a sharpening of your trust and intuition, an awakening of your adventurous spirit, and unique heart-opening and mind-expanding experiences. You'll experience a richness of culture and connection, a tonifying of both physical and subtle body from the land, yoga, hiking, nourishment, joy and community.
The journey will be filled with sacred temples, mystical historical sites, inspiring stories, passion, nature, exceptional people, local food, market place art, and more. You will re-ignite our curiosity for life, commitment to self-love and to daily movement and ritual. You will learn and respect the ways of the locals, and step out of your typical box, which can be so life-changing!
The Sacred Valley is part of many people’s spiritual journey. It is a place that embraces and challenges you. It is a place that calls you into your purpose by putting you in touch with an ancient civilization that was so in touch with theirs and whose descendants still embrace their wisdom. This trip was created to give you the most authentic version of this sacred place as possible, while offering a safe and beautiful movement and spiritual practice to support and enrich the journey.
- 6 nights accommodaiton
- all breakfasts & dinners (some lunches not included)
- day trip to Machu Picchu
- Visit to Maras
- Tour of Moray/Salineros salt mines with Picnic Lunch
- Traditional Despacho Ceremony
- Sound Healing & Cacao Cermony
- Visit to Ollantaytambo
- All transportation during the retreat
Marta is a passionate and highly experienced teacher of Yoga and the teachings of Advaita Vedanta. Marta lives in Peru, teaching both in the Sacred Valley and leading retreats internationally. She has taught in Europe, Asia, and South America and spent a few years serving as a 200hr Yoga Teacher Training instructor at Sampoorna Yoga, in India.
Over the last years, Marta has been studying with the plant medicines and traditions of Central and South America. She has had the opportunity to learn under the guidance of shamans and medicine people from various communities and traditions, including Shipibo, Mexica, Mestizo, Quechua, Lakota, and Kogi.
Willka T’ika is an exquisite sanctuary for cultivating well-being. Its peaceful energy and mystical surroundings offer a wonderful connection to Mother Nature, revered by the Quechua as Pachamama. Willka T’ika prides itself on serving the spiritual and cultural needs of all guests—nearby ancient Inkan ruins, ceremonial sites, temples and an abundance of cultural activities beckon.
If you are attending on your own and select shared accommodation you will be paired with an awesome roommate.