Thu, Jan 19|
Casa Isabel Yelapa MX
Peaceful Reset: Yoga, Nature, Sound Healing, and Adventure Retreat in Paradise
Reset, stabilize, and nurture your mind, body, and spirit in this 7-day wellness retreat in Paradise! Immerse yourself in nature, embodied movement, and playful activities, while equipping yourself with invaluable life-enhancing tools for balance and freedom.
Time & Location
Jan 19, 7:00 PM PST – Jan 26, 12:00 PM PST
Casa Isabel Yelapa MX, 47 Calle Huachinango, 48440 Yelapa, Jal., Mexico
About the event
“If you restore balance in your own self, you will be contributing immensely to the healing of the world.” Deepok Chopra
LOTS OF GREAT THINGS HAPPENING HERE...
AN OPPORTUNITY TO...
- Uplug from the busyness of life and reconnect to your peaceful center
- Gain tools of how to journey more deeply into presence and the power of your own capacity for self-healing
- Find the rest and wisdom in the reconnection to the natural world
- Let go of self-limiting beliefs that keep you from living your best life through practicing radical and compassionate self-acceptance.
- Gain tools for how to reset, stabilize, and strengthen your nervous system
- Gain clarity about your heart felt desires and how to better listen to the call and wisdom of your own soul
Join me and Kelly Purcell for a healing exploration of how we as humans can live well on our own paths to liberation.
This is an opportunity to nourish yourself with good food, sunshine, and life-changing experiences. Feel held and supported by a warm and welcoming community of similar soul-seeking enthusiasts. With a mix of rest, adventure, and deeply healing practices, this is a well-rounded experience to tend to all your many wonderful, and beautiful layers.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
Daily Yoga, Sound Healing, CRM (Community Resiliency Model) Workshops, Paddleboarding, Hiking, Snorkeling, Whale Watching, Massage, Tasty Food, Amazing People, Beautiful Scenery, Beach Days, and more.
WHAT IS CRM?
The Community Resiliency Model (CRM) works to create “trauma-informed” and “resiliency-focused” communities that share a common understanding of the impact of trauma and chronic stress on the nervous system and how resiliency can be restored or increased using this skills-based approach. It provides a non-judgmental perspective on normal human reactions to stress or trauma and encourages people to pass the skills along to their family, friends, and wider communities.
In this retreat, you will gain practical tools for how to reset and stabilize your own nervous system so that you can live a more balanced and healthy life and be equipped to share some of your knowledge with others.
LET'S TALK ABOUT YELAPA
Yelapa is a rare and dreamy find. One of the few remaining locally owned villages in the world, Yelapa takes pride in its “untouched” nature. Free of cars, roads and ATMS, this quaint and charming destination has become an oasis for those seeking reprieve from the hustle and bustle of both city and suburb life. With sandy beaches, lush jungle, delicious food, and delightful locals, the opportunities to revel in the bare necessities are endless. Not only that, but Yelapa has a way of leading one back to what is meaningful, life enhancing, and true for the soul. It is said that "the scariest thing you will find in Yelapa is yourself!"
Yelapa feels like a island with 95% of its incoming and outgoing transportation happenning via boat and water taxis. It is free of cars and paved roads, which adds to its charm and uniqueness and that also makes it a more physically mobile place to be. It is about a quarter mile to the town pueblo from Casa Isabel and about a mile and a half from Casa Isabel to the main beach. Most walking will be on cobblestone streets, dirt paths, and on stairs (that aren't always smooth or even). Most night-wallking requires flashlights or headlamps.
RETREAT LOCATION: Casa Isabel
The retreat will be held at the enchanting Casa Isabel, a lovely sustainable living villa situated beneath a lush jungle canopy on the hillside--close to the ocean and surrounded by the beauties of nature.
Each room offers:
- Sustainable, artful construction
- an ocean/water view
- Well-equipped kitchen
- Filtered drinking water
- Hot shower
- Shower Towels (BYO soap & shampoo)
- Flush pee-toilet
- Composting pooper (except Nook & Cool Corner)
- Fans and mosquito nets
- Hammocks and lounge chairs
- Lock boxes
The food in Yelapa is truly amazing and our caterers and chefs are equipped to work within the parameters of most food preferences and needs. Vegetarian, Gluten Free, Dairy-free, Nut-allergy-friendly options will be available.
Most, if not all, breakfasts will be onsite and will include:
Fruit, yogurt, gronola, fresh juice, a traditional Mexican dish and/or a special order of the day.
Coffee and tea will also be available.
Guests will have the opportunity to access most lunches. This is great opporunity to explore the town and beach restaurants.
Dinners will be a combination of both in town and catered onsite--depending on the day. A combination of meat, vegetarian, gluten free, and dairy-free options will be available.
*Guests with food preferences, allergies, and/or special needs are encouraged to contact us prior to the trip so that we can communicate this to our chefs and caterers and to make any necessary adjustments and/or accommodations to the menues.
WE GIVE BACK
10% of Retreat Proceeds go to help support the Yelapa Animal Project--a local organization committed to providing free/by donation medical emergency service and medicines to animals in need.
Most of Casa Isabel's housing options are Private Casitas. Meaning that they are self-contained "little houses," equipped with private bathrooms and kitchens. The private casistas are all unique and vary in style, artistic design, and view. All of them (except "the Nook") have either a queen or king size bed. Some of these beds are hanging beds (Passion Palace and Beach house). In addition, some of the casitas also have twin sofas that can easily be another bed. Private Casitas are great options for people who are happy to share a bed and/or are willing to utilize the twin sofa as another sleeping arrangement.
A shared casista is "self-contained little house" that has more than one queen or king size bed and that (more or less) has separate rooms. There are two Shared Casita options at Casa Isabel: Casa Jade and Casa Annie's.
Casa Jade has 2 queen beds, 1 king bed, and 1 twin bed
Casa Annies has 2 queen beds and 1 twin bed
*price adjustments may be made for people intending to share beds.
Lodging at Casa Isabel
Daily Yoga Classes
(1) 1 hour Therapuetic Massage
Boat Excursion and Snorkeling
Hike to the Waterfall
Temezcal (Sweat Lodge Ceremony)
Paddle-boarding in the Bay
Water Taxi fare to and from Yelapa
Acupressure with Beverly
Sound Therapy with Krystal
NOT INCLUDED IN RETREAT PRICE
Taxi fare to and from the airport
Registration Deadline: December 15th
Final Payments: December 15th, 2022
WAYS TO REGISTER
Through website: krystalconniry.com
PREFERRED PAYMENT METHOD
ALTERNATIVE PAYMENT METHODS
Through website (fees apply)
(Subject to Change!)
Thursday January 19th: Arrival Day
5pm: Boat to Yelapa
7pm: Dinner at Casa Isabel
Friday January 20th:
12-4pm: Explore town/Beach
7pm: Dinner in Town
Saturday Janurary 21st:
12-2pm: CRM Workshop
7pm: Dinner and Dancing at the Yacht Club
Sunday January 22nd: Boat Day
12-5pm Boat Day
7pm: Breakfast at Casa Isabel
Monday January 23rd:
12-2pm: CRM Workshop
5pm: Full Moon Sound Bath
7pm: Dinner at Tacos y Mas
Tuesday January 24th: Temezcal
7pm: Dinner at Los Abuelos
Wedneday Janurary 25th: Free Day
12-2pm: CRM Workshop
8pm: Closing Ceremony
Thursday Janurary 26th: Departure Day
Breakfast in Town
Boat to PV
YOUR HOSTS: KRYSTAL & KELLY
Krystal believes in the power of presence and loves to witness people becoming more connected to themselves in an authentic and healing way. She is a practicing Yoga Teacher, Sound Therapist, and Healing Arts Enthusiast. She holds a Master's Degree in Conflict Resolution from PSU and enjoys learning why people and groups do the things they do and how to make the world a more peaceful and just place. Yoga continues to be a life-changing journey of surrender and transformation for her and she loves to share this gift with the world.
Krystal received her 200 YTT with Corepower Yoga in 2017 and became certified in Restorative Yoga and Yoga Sculpt shortly after. She has been teaching solidly ever since and is currently leading yoga and wellness retreats in Yelapa, Mexico. She finds inspiration from various yoga modalities and healing practices including Kundalini Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Hot Yoga, Iyengar, Yoga Nidra, and others. This is reflected in her classes, which are approachable and lighthearted, while holding space for Mystery and the connection to one's more awakened self. It is an honor for her to be able to share something so dear to her heart and to encourage others on their path as they awaken into their own clarity and brilliance.
Off the mat Krystal loves to hike, swim, run, dance, read, and eat good food. She enjoys writing and reading words that invoke change and greater understanding. She loves animals and is a proud dog mom of Lola and Hannah.
Kelly feels deeply grateful for the beautiful healing practice of yoga and believes deeply in our body's inner wisdom and natural ability to heal. She began her own well-being company in 2021 called Ground. Connect. Empower. LLC as seen at groundconnectempower.com where she offers consulting, coaching, classes, and workshops. She completed her 200-Hour Yoga and Social Justice Teacher Training in Portland, Oregon with Sarahjoy Marsh in 2018. Kelly completed a Trauma-Informed Outreach Certification from Connection Coalition. She is a certified Community Resiliency Model trainer and teaches workshops for people to learn and practice the biology-based wellness skills.
Kelly offers monthly restorative sound baths and also teaches yoga at Terra Sol Sanctuary yoga studio and O2 Fitness gym in Wilmington, North Carolina. She has also taught yoga to support a variety of groups in her community including a traumatic brain injury (TBI) recovery support group, Y12SR recovery group, and local educators.
Kelly loves to teach restorative yoga and sound healing practices to support people to cultivate a deeply relaxed state to restore balance in mind, body, and spirit in order to feel more grounded in each moment, connected to themselves and others, and empowered to share their gifts with the world.
When she is not teaching yoga Kelly enjoys reading, walking on the beach, studying sound healing practices, listening to live music, and enjoying the outdoors with her friends.
THIS IS GOING TO BE AMAZING AND I WANT YOU HERE!!
I am so excited to be a part of this epic retreat with such a beautiful woman and soul-friend! Message me with any questions. Reserve your spot today!!
To secure registration, all participants must sign the following agreement: YELAPA RETREAT WAIVER
Private Casita: Beach House
A unique self-contained casita with ocean views, a queen bed with twin sofa, and its own kitchen and bath.
Annie's Twin Bed
Annie’s is a self-contained casita with 2 queen beds and one twin bed—each with their own room areas. There are gorgeous views of the ocean, a hammock in the living room, and a large kitchen and shower area. This is a great option for 2 or more people wanting to share a casita.