Yoga Freedom

Body, Mind & Heart Teachings

2020 Retreats

Yoga Freedom 2020 Retreats

Tap into your creative flow and inspire new growth! 

Immerse yourself in a slice of paradise on Lake Atitlan. Journey in the Mayan highlands of Guatemala for an unforgettable and inspiring getaway! We’ll practice yoga, mindfulness, writing practice, create ceremonies and community, and clarify our vision, purpose and truth.

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Lake Atitlan is a magical place for incubating dreams. Walking the path of beauty, we are grateful to the miracle of life happening now. In each present moment, we have the choice to open, expand, heal and grow — to live from the heart.

In a small group setting (max. 5 participants), through the group practices of yoga, breathing, meditation, relaxation, and tuning in, we will align with our heart’s deepest desires and allow our unique purpose for being on the planet to reveal itself.

The yoga we’ll practice is slow flow — a mix of hatha, mindful vinyasa flow, and yin. Sessions incorporate a mix of yoga asana, breathing practices, meditation and chanting/toning, writing/journaling and guided relaxation with sound bath.

Open to all levels from novice to expert. Take home healthy habits and empowering practices that will enhance your personal well being and nurture your intuitive intelligence.

LOCATION
Villa Sumaya retreat center near Santa Cruz La Laguna is a beautiful space for transformation featuring lush gardens, amazing temple spaces, a full-service spa and a restaurant serving delectable vegetarian meals.

INVESTMENT
$1850 USD – single room
$1500 USD – double room

$100 Early-bird discount for signups more than 3 months in advance
Includes course tuition, accommodation and meals
Partial scholarships and trades available
For more info or to sign up, please connect with Michelle!

Namaste2019About the Teacher

Michelle Margaret Fajkus is a heart-centered teacher, writer and friend. She has been joyfully teaching yoga since 2002 and has led yoga and mindfulness retreats in Guatemala since 2010. She has had a column on Elephant Journal for many years and works as a freelance writer and translator. Michelle’s classes are open to folks of all levels of experiences, all ages and all shapes, colors and sizes. Learn more about Michelle.

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