Yoga, Service & Machu Picchu Adventure with Karina Ayn Mirsky
- True Nature Education
- Sacred Valley, Peru
- Jan 27, 2017 - Feb 4, 2018 (374 days)
- $2249 USD to $2845 USD
Take a sabbatical from daily life to join Karina Ayn Mirsky and friends
for an epic adventure in the highlands of
Peru. We’ll stay at a lovely retreat center in the Sacred Valley of Peru, about 50 miles from the Incan ruins of Machu Picchu. Come to experience the colorful Peruvian culture and commune with the glorious Andes mountains, plants, and nearby waterfalls.
During our time at retreat center we will be nourished by daily meals, guided meditations, yoga asana classes, satsangs (spiritual gatherings), and time for rest and relaxation. Spa services are also available for optional additional self-care.
Three Very Special Highlights of this Retreat:
1. Participation in a sacred Despacho ceremony with a local shaman.
2. A day of service; participation in a humanitarian project in the local community.
3. A two-day hiking tour of the wondrous Macchu Picchu, which has been recorded as one of the most important archeological sites in the world.
Your host, Karina Mirsky has been running international yoga and service retreats since 2008. There is a lot of interest in Peru as a new destination for her. Only 30 participants will be able to come on this highly anticipated adventure. Register ASAP to reserve your place!
Eight nights accommodations: 1/27/18-2/4/18
Group transportation to & from airport
Daily group yoga & meditation sessions
Three whole foods meals each day
Ceremony with local shaman
Karma Yoga Day: local service project
Two-day tour of Machu Picchu!
Instructor – Karina Ayn Mirsky, MA, E-RYT
Karina Ayn Mirsky (Devidas) is a widely sought after yoga and meditation educator, retreat leader, and Self-Development coach. She is the director of Sangha Yoga Institute, a yoga training school in Michigan and a popular presence on Yoga International. Karina has been teaching yoga and meditation since 1998 and leading retreats since 2004. Her practice is derived from decades of study in Rod Stryker’s ParaYoga and the Himalayan Tradition, and her MA in East-West Psychology. Overcoming personal challenges, including surviving cancer in 2003, have made Karina a deeply compassionate guide to others. She has inspired thousands of people to live fearlessly with passion and purpose. In March 2008, Yoga Journal named her as one of 21 teachers shaping the future of yoga in America. Karina’s service retreats are life changing and heart opening adventures. Many participants travel with her year after year.