Mexico Wellness Retreats

Howdy! Mexico Wellness retreats are rapidly gaining in popularity. Mexico is full of various wellness retreats guaranteed to satisfy every soul looking for a fresh start in the new year.

After almost 2 years of COVID and it’s multiple variants, people are getting out of their lockdowns and looking for their the ultimate rest, reset and relax vacation.

Palmaia The House of Aia

Located in the beautiful Riviera Maya, The House of Aia focuses on a holistic approach to wellness. Their cuisine is sourced locally and plant-based. Oceanfront rooms, secluded white sand beaches, and the exotic jungle create the ultimate and tranquil vacation.

You can take advantage of yoga, guided meditation, and the Atlantis Spa where you can experience treatments like ayurvedic treatments and Temazcal ceremonies.

The House of Aia caters to all sorts of travelers. They have adult only and family friendly buildings, as well as work away suites. You can even celebrate rites of passage!

Be sure to check out our extensive post regarding this fabulous hotel.  You can read it here.

Hamara Retreat

This incredible resort focuses on relaxation and detoxification.  You can find this retreat north of Puerto Vallarta on 12 acres of wild land.

Relax in your palm thatched hut surrounded by lush tropical vegetation. In order to ensure there is minimal impact to the environment, there is no air conditioning in your room. However the restaurant and yoga studio are air conditioned.


Rancho La Puerta

This fitness and holistic retreat is located in Baja. They offer fitness classes, wellness workshops, educational lectures and holistic therapies.

Unique class offerings include chanting/crystal bowls, sound healing, acupuncture, water dance and biodynamic craniosacral therapy.

Its Executive Wellness Program is a weeklong experience that begins with a comprehensive wellness exam and features one-on-one meetings with a nutritionist and exercise specialist.

Mexico offers a sanctuary for everyone to decompress and reprioritize their mental, physical and spiritual health.

Contact your Travel Guru to plan your wellness vacation and learn its price points. Oh, and if you need a payment plan to fund your travel adventure –  we got those too!

Namaste

 

 

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