About Tulum, Mexico
Let the supercharged energy of Tulum’s sunshine, ocean, and Mayan culture clear the cobwebs off your heart and drop you into sukha–a state of clarity and sweetness. Experience inspiring, challenging, and diverse styles of yoga with a smile on your face, including vinyasa for all levels, slow flow, yin, and meditation practices to move you, ground you, quiet you, and energize you from the inside out.
At this retreat, spend a week in the Yucatan Peninsula on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world and wake up each day to the sound of the surf just outside your cabana. Enjoy yoga twice daily, fresh and nourishing meals, spectacular Mayan ruins, beachy cliffs, and world-class spa treatments–or simply spend the day swimming in the ocean and swinging in a hammock until your cares melt away.
The Maya Tulum Resort is 90 miles south of Cancun on the Caribbean coast of Northeast Mexico known as the Riviera Maya, a verdant area bordered by a pristine blue ocean and emerald-green tropical forests and jungles. The world’s second longest reef stretches from Quintana Roo to Honduras with miles of some of the best beaches in the Western Hemisphere. The Riviera Maya is home to tranquil sea coves, bays, lagoons, caves, cenotes, and other landmarks that are vestiges of a culture thousands of years old.
Siri Bahadur, Deb Kern, Laura Forsyth & Sarah Sullivan
The influence of ancient Mayan culture on the Yucatan Peninsula makes this area unlike any other in Mexico. The resort is located just a few miles from the ruins of the 13th century Pyramid El Castillo (The Castle) that provide a breathtaking view of the sea crashing below. Tulum boasts an unspoiled native village that is a refreshing contrast to the tourist towns farther north.
The Maya Tulum Resort lies on a secluded road, removed from the other hotels in the region, with its own dramatic beach and private cover. Should you wish to retreat into a world of your own, the resort is self-contained, but with plenty of opportunities to explore the unique offerings of the Riviera Maya and its ancient, mysterious culture. We will be there during one of the most beautiful times of year, when the temperatures range from 78 to 85 degrees and the water is warm yet refreshing. Guests are free to explore the different beaches in the area, many an easy ride or even a walk from the resort, or simply relax on your private beach listening to the ever-present rhythm of the waves and enjoying nature in all its splendor.
The quality of yoga instructors on this trip was unparalleled! This journey supercharged my personal yoga practice while providing an atmosphere conducive to relaxation and reflection. – Will S.
This was my first yoga retreat, and it was amazing! The energy of Maya Tulum and its staff and that of the One Yoga Retreat group was so powerful. It made for an incredibly healing week. – Kelly J.