JULY 21 – July 28, 2018
Haramara Retreat Centre, Sayulita, Mexico
Are you ready to devote 7 luxury days and nights
to expanding into the full potential of
your infinitely loving heart?
What if you loved yourself fully?
What if you accepted and embraced and integrated all your weaknesses, proudly displayed your strengths, took the best care of yourself?
How would that affect your relationships, your career, your daily life?
Most people are fully aware that self-love is at the core of all human problems. But very few people know what to do about it or how to cultivate self-love within.
We do. We know how to step out of the shadows into the light. We know how to turn self-loathing into self-love, internal conflict into inner peace, unconscious habit into powerful embodied presence.
How? Because we have walked that path already, and now we are here to lead you there too.
Join us in Mexico on a LUXURY yoga-inspired retreat designed to clear blockages to self-acceptance, boost self-esteem, and lead you straight back into the heart of self-love – into your heart centre!
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Start each day with a guided meditation practice led by Ben Ralston designed to relax your body and focus your mind, leaving you clear, calm, centred and on-point.
After breakfast, we dive into session work for the morning, releasing any resistance to your expression of authentic Self and whatever is getting in the way of you fully loving yourself.
Enjoy a delicious vegetarian gourmet lunch served in the spacious open air dining room with spectacular views that overlook the jungle and the ocean. All meals are tastefully prepared with fresh local ingredients and beautifully served with artistic presentations.
After lunch, we’ll finish our session work before Kara-Leah takes you on a yoga immersion focused on intimacy with breath and energetic flow. Expect a combination of postures, breath-work, visualisation and fun.
During the day there will be plenty of downtime to chill by the pool, head down to Haramara’s private beach, get a massage or simply sit and enjoy views of the native and untouched tropical vegetation that surrounds the retreat centre.
Evenings will be a time for socialising and vibing with the tribe in organised and casual gatherings.
Plus, we will also start one day with a Sweat Lodge.
You will leave this retreat deeply grounded, heart-centered and empowered with a set of practical tools for expanding into presence and joy.
Kara-Leah Grant is a retreat leader, yoga teacher, writer, and speaker.
Her teaching, via articles, books, videos, classes, retreats & workshops, has impacted millions of people around the world.
KL’s passion is liberation in this lifetime through an every day path of dissolving layers of tension into greater and greater freedom and joy.
Her work focuses on using the process of inquiry to reveal conditioned mind and so help people to drop down into beingness and presence.
Ben Ralston is a spiritual teacher who mentors people through the process of ‘waking up’.
He is also a therapist specialised in healing trauma, abuse, and boundaries.
As an advanced Sivananda Yoga teacher he has taught traditional Raja Yoga to thousands of students for almost two decades.
Ben runs private retreats from his beautiful hillside home in Croatia, and group retreats in various locations around the world, helping people to ‘level up’ physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.
Tanis Hofmann is the local host for Heart of Self-Love, Mexico.
She loves the many practices that are Yoga – not just the physical practice although she does also teach Hatha yoga.
Tanis has been teaching in Sayulita, Mexico since 2008 when she moved down from Vancouver, Canada.
She loves doing personal work and looking at her shadows and under her rocks – finding her humanness including the pretty and the not so pretty. And she honors everyone on the path of personal growth.
The Nitty Gritty
Check in is at 3pm on Saturday July 21, 2018 and the Opening Ceremony will commence at 5pm, once everyone is there.
Closing Ceremony will be before breakfast on Saturday July 28. Check out is at 10am.
Transfers from the airport (Puerto Vallarta is closest) are included, depending on when you fly in.
All meals are included and yoga mats and props are supplied.
A Sweat Lodge is also included in the price.
The Retreat is limited to 18 participants.
*Pricing in US$
Early Bird Prices
Before May 21st & limited to 8 Earlybirds
Dorm $1990 • Shared Cabana $2290 • Single Cabana $2890
Dorm $2190 • Shared Cabana $2490 • Single Cabana $3090
Deposit is non-refundable (see FAQ below for more details) and the remaining payment is due BEFORE June 21, 2018.
We will send you a Paypal money request before this date.
It’s important to us that this work is available to a wide variety of people no matter what their financial circumstances. We offer a range of prices, including scholarships and discounts for returning retreatees.
To apply for a scholarship, please email Kara-Leah direct.
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I don't want to use Paypal. Can I pay another way?
Yes, email Kara-Leah and you can arrange a bank transfer with her direct.
What's your refund & cancellation policy?
Your retreat deposit is non-refundable. If you need to cancel more than seven days before the retreat starts, we’ll give you the rest of your money back.
If you need to cancel within seven days of the retreat start date, we’ll refund you 50%. On the day of retreat, no refunds are available.
We also know that life can be crazy sometimes and things happen. You can transfer your place to another person, they can pay you, and we’ll put the registration into their name.
No other refunds or credits are available however please contact us if extenuating circumstances apply and we will consider your case at our discretion.
What level of yoga experience is required?
You can be a complete yoga beginner, with very limited flexibility. Or you might have been practiced for twenty years or more and be able to do all kinds of advanced postures.
It doesn’t matter. Kara-Leah teaches according to the needs of the room and the focus is not on achieving or attaining postures, but on cultivating presence and feeling states.