Nicaragua Retreat

March 10 - 17, 2018
with Hector Marcel and Coco Kornicsky

 

Escape the winter for a week of Meditation, Yoga, and Dharma on a lake in Nicaragua! We have a beautiful retreat lodge that will allow you to go deep in meditation and supercharge your practice.

Included: 

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  • 7 nights at the Apoyo Lagoon
  • 3 meals per day (dinner on arrival day, breakfast on departure day)
  • Transportation to and from airport
  • Unlimited fresh coconut water, herbal tea, and bananas
  • Yoga mat and equipment
  • Meditation Cushion (we can provide cushions, but you will have to bring it with you on your flight)

Not Included:

  • Flights to/from Retreat (flights should go into Managua Airport and should arrive before 5pm on Saturday March 10th.


Apoyo Lodge offers the perfect environment; a unique secluded and natural setting ideal to pursue a meditation retreat in peace and solitude. The water of the lagoon is believed to have special healing properties and is coined as “the Jewel of Nicaragua.”


Silence: The majority of the week will be in silence to allow the mind to settle and go deeper into meditation. 


Food: Apoyo Lodge strives to source seasonal organic plant-based whole foods found locally in Nicaragua and to promote mindful plant-based eating. 

Rooms and Prices:

Lake View Suite with Balcony: (2 Queen Beds and 1 Single Bed)

  • Double: $2500
  • Triple: $2000

Lake View Suite: (2 Single Beds OR 1 King Bed)

  • Private: $2600
  • Double: $2000

Forest Room: (2 Single Beds OR 1 King Bed)

  • Private: $2400 pp
  • Double: $1800 pp

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL! $150 off  if you register by Dec. 1st! 

Use discount code "NICARAGUA"  when checking out.

 
 

Hector Marcel has been studying and practicing Tibetan Buddhism for 20 years. He embodies this practice in his lively application of its principles in his personal and professional life. He is a Change Management Consultant helping executives drive transformational change in their organizations through an emphasis on culture, people and service. He is the founder of a non-profit called the 108 Lives Project, which makes annual pilgrimage to Kathmandu to practice Buddhist principles of compassion and giving. Hector is treasured by his students for his immense kindness, humor, and generous wisdom.

Coco Kornicsky has been practicing yoga for over 25 years. She has completed a 3 year silent meditation retreat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watch the video from last year's retreat!