Kindness Yoga Beach Retreat

About This Event

ABOUT THE RETREAT:

Join Patrick and Cameron for a week of delight in the sun, sand and surf in Sayulita, Mexico! Detox from the stress of daily life and reconnect with your authentic self. Start your day with meditations that clear your head and open your heart. Get present with two themed yoga practices a day to integrate and nourish your body, mind and spirit. Enjoy kayaking, surfing, walking on the beach, eating fresh, local food with a KIND community or taking some much needed solo time for yourself. This May join the Kindness Yoga Community for a week of personal transformation, yoga, meditation, sun, sand, surf, healthy food and KIND friends. 

ABOUT THE ACCOMODATIONS:

All rooms at Punta Monterrey offer en suite bathrooms, air conditioning and wifi throughout. The Bungalows are made of concrete and the Cabins are made from wood and palm leaves. Rooms and beds will be on a first come first served basis. You can reserve a shared room and we will pair you up with another retreat goer. Great new friendships start this way!

SHARED BUNGALOWS 

Conveniently located next to the restaurant and beach, Bungalows have twin beds.

Beach Front Bungalow - Quad = $1450 (Only 3 spots left!)

Beach Front Bungalow - Double = $1600 

Jungle View Bungalow - Double = $1550 

LUXURY CABINS

Located next to the quiet and secluded yoga studio, Luxury cabins have 1 King bed or 2 twins and 1 or two twin beds in a loft.

Jungle View Cabin - Double = $1775 

Beach View Cabin - Triple = $1575

RUSTIC CABINS

Ocean view, rustic cabins also have covered and private porches. Either king bed or two singles.

Beach Front Single = $1995 

Beach Front Couple King Bed = $3300 Per Couple 

Ocean View Single = $1995 

Ocean View Double = $1650

RETREAT INCLUDES:

7 nights accommodations

3 catered mostly vegetarian meals a day (fish options)

Yoga twice daily with Patrick and Cameron

Group Transportation to / from Puerto Vallarta Airport

All rooms come with air conditioning, fans, ensuite baths and wifi.

Great nearby hiking and free use of kayaks

Day trip to Sauylita town for shopping and exploration

ABOUT THE AREA:

Punta Monterrey is located approximately an hour north of Puerto Vallarta between Sayulita and San Francisco (San Pancho). 

SAYULITA

Known for its consistent river mouth surf break, roving surfers "discovered" Sayulita in the late 1960s with the construction of Mexican Highway 200. Today, Sayulita is a prosperous growing village of approximately 5,000 residents. Hailed as a popular off-the-beaten-path travel destination, Sayulita offers a variety of activities such as horseback riding, hiking, jungle canopy tours, snorkeling and fishing. Still a mecca for beginner surfers of all ages, the quaint town attracts upscale tourists with its numerous art galleries and restaurants as well.  Sayulita is the crown jewel in the newly designated "Riviera Nayarit", the coastal corridor from Litibu to San Blas. Its natural beauty and easy access to Puerto Vallarta have made Sayulita real estate some of the most sought after in all of Mexico. With a growing ecological awareness and stricter zoning enforcement, development is being regulated to help safeguard the environment and quality of life of the community. Sayulita now has a medical office with an English-speaking doctor and pharmacist, a number of internet cafes and a wide variety of open-air eateries—some right on the sand beach. Sayulita has recently become a wedding destination with a Roman Catholic church and a number of local wedding planners.

SAN PANCHO

San Francisco, or San Pancho as it is more commonly referred to, is a quaint Mexican village nestled between the verdant Sierra Madre Mountains and jungle and a long stretch of pristine Pacific coast. In close enough proximity (hour drive) to the international airport at Puerto Vallarta, yet full of small town appeal, San Pancho is being proclaimed as one of the next great destinations in the so-called Riviera Nayarita, and as another desirable alternative to the more commercialized vacation typical of resort areas like Puerto Vallarta.

With only approximately 1,600 full-time residents, San Francisco still displays the characteristics of a more traditional Mexican town—with men on horseback riding through the streets, or roosters running free in a neighbor’s yard for example. Yet even for such a small village, the population is still reasonably diverse. Drawn by the tranquil pace of life, the months of unwavering sunshine, and the tropical coastal atmosphere, San Pancho is also home to a growing number of expatriates hailing from the United States, Canada, or even Europe or southernmost Latin America. The result is an eclectic cultural mix that—along with the beautiful natural environs—is creating even more of a draw for visitors and new residents.

Alongside the interesting cultural mix of a fine art gallery or hidden haute-cuisine restaurant, San Pancho is also brimming with art and social responsibility activity. Various environmental organizations also work to educate about and protect for instance the local jaguar habitat or the nesting turtle populations on San Pancho beaches. San Francisco (San Pancho) is a unique spot, where pristine white beaches meet jungle green, and old Mexico meets a new international fusion.

ABOUT THE FOOD:

From the traditional chilaquiles and hand made pasta to a fresh lobster and Sashimi, our kitchen is always busy cooking beautiful food.  All of the healthy and clean meals are served buffet style. While red meat will not be served,  90% of the meals are based on fish and sea food with lots of vegetables, salads and fruit. 

TRAVEL DETAILS:

Fly to Puerto Vallarta Airport. (PVR)
Arrive no later than 4pm on May 7th for the group arranged shuttle. The Retreat begins with Dinner on the first night at 6pm.
Suggested departure time on May 14th is in the afternoon. Retreat ends after breakfast on the last day.
It takes 1 hour drive to get to Monterrey Beach.

kayaking meditation mexico surfing yoga

Reviews  
  Write a review - tell others about your experience.

Thank you!

We're glad you've joined our retreat community. See you around :)

Return to my event ×

Why Retreat?

We asked people why they go on retreat, here's what they said:

Balance my life to be mentally and physically healthy. Dianna
 

Retreat Guru's Vision

We believe human beings are innately wise, strong and kind. This wisdom, although not always experienced, is always present. Going on retreat is a beautiful way to reconnect to our basic sanity and health. Our aspiration at Retreat Guru is to inspire people to experience authentic retreats and reconnect with their innate wisdom, strength and kindness.

Don't have an account? .
Or connect with

Already have an account? Log in.
Or connect with Facebook

or
×