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* Puerto Rico * October 20 - 26th, 2018*

Retreats allow us to relax and let go. Attendees can take time to decompress, or get involved in numerous activities. You don't have to plan anything, we do that for you. There is no pressure at all. We choose our destinations carefully - they are beautiful, luxurious, and inspire relaxation.  Not all retreats are the same.  These retreats are transformational in that you are provided an opportunity to experience mindfulness in a new way. You'll return home feeling more healthy, balanced, and refreshed with new ways of maintaining peace in your everyday life.  Max 15 attendees.  Beginner yogi’s are welcome! 

Exhale & Let Go Retreat

Included:  

  • 7 days/6 nights at the 5 star luxury Condado Vanderbilt Hotel in San Juan, Puerto Rico

  • Daily light breakfast & daily brunch

  • 4 dinners (2 dinners on your own)

  • One of our dinners is at 1919: Michelin Star-rated restaurant

  • 2-3 Yoga classes daily. Vinyasa Flow, Yin and Restorative.

  • Day excursion to the uninhabited island of Icacos. (See below)

  • Morning Meditation

  • 15% off Spa Treatments

  • Airport Transfers

  • Hotel - bellman and cleaning fees

  • Ocean or city views

Optional:

  • Variety of water sports from hotel

  • Day trips to Old San Juan, Zip-lining in the rainforest, and more

  • Stay longer to get involved in a special Philanthropic Mission (See below)

  • Private Yoga Therapy Sessions with Nikka

  • Private Shopping Events at Tory Burch and Uno de 50.

Not included: 

  • Airfare (Flights currently running at $250 round trip from NYC & $350 from LAX)

  • Alcohol


Day Excursion to Icacos

This day will be special.  Together, we will enjoy a day trip to the remote uninhabited island of Icacos located 40 minutes off the coast of Puerto Rico.  After a relaxing Catamaran sail - you could snorkel, explore the island, take a nap, whatever you wish.  Trip and lunch included.    


Condado Vanderbilt Hotel

Click below for more information about the luxurious retreat venue:

 

 


Philanthropic Mission

I've been volunteering most of my life and giving back is important to me, it's good for the soul and our world sure needs the love. For the Puerto Rico Retreat, we are partnering with the Boys & Girls Club of Puerto Rico to both raise money and volunteer teaching Yoga to 150 children!  The Boys & Girls Club has done an outstanding job helping locals recover and rebuild. Post-hurricane, BGCPR transformed 4 of their 13 centers (the ones that weren’t destroyed) into disaster relief locations to get supplies and food to local communities throughout the island. Since then they have provided overwhelming support to children via their after school programs. We are honored to be part of this mission!  Note: This is an optional part of the retreat and would require an extra nights stay.  For room rate information, contact me directly at: info@lainaflorio.com.

Our goal is to raise $3,000. To make a donation, click the button below.  


PRICES   

All participants pay a $900 deposit to secure their spot. The remainder to be paid 60 days before the retreat.  

  • Single Occupancy: $3600

  • Double Occupancy:* $2700

  • Triple Occupancy:* $2300
    *Bring a friend, or we will pair you up with someone.

 
 

Travel Information:

Fly into SJU (Luis Munoz Marin International Airport - San Juan).  Plan to arrive in San Juan by 6pm to attend our welcome dinner at the hotel. Airport is 10 minutes away from hotel. 
Airport transfers are included in the trip.  

Read Terms & Conditions here.


Hurricane / Status IN San Juan, Puerto Rico:

A few have asked me if the damage from last years hurricane will hinder the experience.  It will not. The extensive damage occurred inland. San Juan, the capital is northwest, and was spared the worst.  In fact, the hotel we are staying at only suffered minor damage and was operating throughout the hurricane. San Juan is back to normal, all attractions are open, and our hotel is located in the most upscale, modern and chic part of Puerto Rico.

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Travel as much as you can, as far as you can, as long as you can.  Life is not meant to be lived in one place.
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