Situated on magical Lake Atitlan which Huxley called "the most beautiful Lake in the world" as it is graced by three (extinct) majestic volcanoes, this area in the Western Highlands of Guatemala has rightly been called 'the Land of Eternal Spring'. The climate is mild, nature is lush and the Mayan people are friendly.
The ashram has a total of 27 beds, including a private casita, a tree house in an old avocado tree, other privates and lovely 4-bed bamboo dorms. There are two practice spaces, Shiva Hall and Santosha Hall, a stone-built steam room, a lounge with fireplace embedded in permaculture gardens with water features.
The ashram hosts yoga teacher trainings, yoga & meditation retreats, workshops and kirtans, the facilities are versatile for most every offering.
1 owners' residence
1 round casita with private lavatory
1 tree house in an avocado tree
Three 4-bed bamboo dorms
4 regular double/twin rooms
2 small single rooms
1 hyperadobe dome
9 bathrooms spread around the ashram
private bathrooms in residence, casita and dome
A local cleaning lady is employed by the ashram
The ashram kitchen provides three delicious vegan buffet-style meals per day and can usually accommodate special diets as well.
Kitchen and Dining room
The kitchen is fully equipped to cater for up to 30 people per day, which matches the seating capacity
30% deposit due after booking, 20 of which are refundable until three months before
35% due one month before event, not refundable
35% due when event starts