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Private Yoga Retreats: Your Host, Your Way

One of the benefits of Mexican yoga retreat like the one offered at Casa de la Sirena is that we have adopted a no-host format for our facilities. We offer the framework for a private yoga retreat, complete with beachside yoga studios (which can hold up to 18 guests), housing, use of our on-site kitchen facilities, and all the ambiance and charm of a tropical getaway. However, our involvement stops there.

Our yoga retreat is designed so that the details are left entirely up to you. Yoga is such a private and personal experience, and there is no one-size-fits-all way to set up a studio that meets with everyone’s expectations. Over the years, we’ve found that by supporting your decisions and helping you plan the yoga retreat your way, the results are more satisfactory for everyone involved. You don’t have to worry about language barriers, different beliefs about or approaches to yoga, or conflicting schedules.

What to Bring to Your Yoga Retreat

The number one thing we tell people to bring is a yoga instructor. While it is possible to do yoga on your own, regardless of whether you have just one guest or ten, a qualified instructor you trust will turn a yoga getaway to a truly moving experience. We often see yoga classes who are celebrating or planning an annual event, and everyone comes along under the guidance of a teacher. We also see corporate groups, bridal parties, and other groups of friends who create their own getaway, and they often hire an independent instructor for the trip.

Of course, that isn’t all you’ll need to make your private yoga retreat a success. Depending on your goals for the yoga retreat, you might want to bring along:

  • Your own mats and blankets
  • Candles and other scents
  • Décor (we rely on a minimalist approach that includes small, covered open-air studios overlooking the ocean—you’re welcome to embellish on this as you see fit)
  • Private chef
  • Music
  • Yoga attire
  • Journals and cameras for documenting the trip
  • Traditional vacation attire and items (bathing suits, coverups, light jackets, bug spray, sunscreen, etc.)

Booking Your Yoga Retreat

For all our Mexican yoga retreat vacations, we do require that the entire yoga complex is rented. This means that larger groups are more likely to get a better deal, and that you’ll be ensured the kind of privacy you need to enjoy your experience.

For more information on available times and how to make the most out of your experience at Casa de la Sirena, feel free to contact us today. We are always happy to work with corporate groups, yoga classes, and other organizations in setting up the kind of yoga retreat in Mexico that you won’t soon forget.

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