Join Dylan and Erin and a supportive community of yogis for this seven day, six night yoga retreat at Prana Del Mar, an eco-friendly retreat and wellness center just outside beautiful Cabo San Lucas. Allow yourself to commit fully to your yoga practice not just on your mat, but explore ways to weave your practice into your every day life.
Expect twice-daily yoga practices with a variety of vinyasa flow, restorative, and workshop-style classes along with guided pranayama and meditation. Your free time can be spent lounging by the pool, walking the beautiful wellness center’s grounds, or checking out an excursion like kayaking, snorkeling, and horseback riding. You deserve some time to relax, unwind, and practice self-care.
All prices for this yoga retreat include:
Not included in this yoga retreat:
$1,950 per person for double-occupancy (shared room) if paid by Nov 1st
Please inquire about single occupancy.
A $750 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your spot.
Dylan grew up in St. Paul, Minnesota and Rocas De Santo Domingo, Chile. For nearly a decade, Dylan worked with at-risk youth in the Twin Cities, focusing four of those years supervising children who committed crimes before the age of 10. Dylan is passionate about youth-work and yoga alike, and believes that powerful transformation can come to those who choose to connect, develop, and serve.
Dylan recently moved to Chicago to open and manage the CorePower River North. Dylan has been teaching yoga since 2008 and started leading CorePower Yoga’s transformational Teacher Training in 2010. He has managed studios in Minneapolis, Boulder and Denver and is happy to call Chicago home now. A vegetarian for 24 years, Dylan enjoys traveling, cycling, running, skate and snowboarding and spending time with his dog Cortez.
Erin came to yoga as a dancer. She realized yoga made her stronger and more flexible, all things that benefited her dancing. With time, as with most yoga students, the external benefits of yoga were no longer as important as the inner peace she gained from the time spent on her yoga mat. Erin has been teaching yoga in the Twin Cities area since 2009 and guides a practice that is focused on alignment, form, and sustainable movement. For Erin being a yoga student is more important than being a yoga teacher. She regularly studies yoga asana and philosophy and recently completed her 300-Hour Yoga Teacher Training with Jason Crandell in San Francisco. When not on her mat Erin is often lounging with her dog and two cats or enjoying the outdoors with her husband.