Our Winter Yoga Retreat in Cabo San Lucas, Baja California, Mexico, is an invitation to unravel the very roots of your stress. You can curate your own perfect week, choosing from daily yoga and meditation classes, silent sunrise walks on the beach, as well as adventure activities like surfing or horseback riding.
All this takes place in immaculate, beachfront accommodations surrounded by natural beauty, perfect weather, and sustained by excellent food. There is no minimum yoga experience required, and the retreat is suitable for everybody – beginners and experienced practitioners alike.
This vinyasa flow yoga retreat includes:
Not included in the retreat:
Double-occupancy: from $1,700 per person
Single-occupancy: from $2,200 per person
David has been teaching yoga since 2007. He apprenticed at Yoga To The People, and has completed teacher trainings with Isaac Peña and Bryan Kest. He took the first Anusara Yoga Immersion in 2008, and Gil Hedley’s Integral Anatomy course in 2009.
David is a certified practitioner of Ayurvedic Yoga Massage, and has trained in a variety of bodywork modalities. Born in England, he lived in Paris and Kigali, before moving to New York City in 2006 and then Minneapolis in 2011. He has a Masters degree in Philosophy from Oxford University.
Born and raised in Minnesota, nourished in New York City, Megan took her first yoga class in 2003 while studying abroad in Paris and began teaching four years later at Yoga to the People. Megan completed the first Anusara Yoga Immersion at Virayoga and has studied anatomy with Amy Matthews at the Breathing Project. She completed Kula Yoga Project’s 75-hour Advanced Teacher Training program in 2012, and Yoga Medicine’s Chinese Medicine & Yoga Immersion in 2016.
Megan strives to teach the kind of class she enjoys taking: balanced, creative, dynamic and intelligent. She is grateful to the teachers who inspire her—Elena Brower, Isaac Peña and Schuyler Grant—and to Hilary Edesess for taking her to her first yoga class.