Mid-Winter Reset… Ladies Retreat in Manitou Springs, Colorado
LADIES WEEKEND RETREAT | Manitou Springs, Colorado
January 24-26, 2020
Prices starting at $575 for quad occupancy- single, double & triple occupancy options available
Join Chelsea Winters for a mid-winter reset at SunMountain Center, a creative sanctuary for wellness. Located in Manitou Springs, Colorado at the base of Tava (Pikes Peak), stay at historic Onaledge home, situated on six acres of terraced gardens, complete with walking & meditation trails and stunning views of the surrounding mountains. Enjoy farm to table meals, soaking in the near by SunWater Spa mineral waters, yoga, meditation, pranayama practices and deep connection.
SunMountain Center creates an unmatched atmosphere encompassing the surreal tranquility of nature while offering an intimate setting to nourish your body, mind, and soul. With an interest in the surrounding culture, SunMountain encourages guests to partake in activities such as touring the land, venturing into the historic city of Manitou Springs (just a ten minute walk away), exploring nearby Garden of the Gods (just a ten minute drive away), escaping to neighboring SunWater Spa for a blissful soak in the Hot Mineral Tubs, as well as many other enticing endeavors. SunMountain Center strives to offer a sacred and meditative space to deepen the connections and expand the consciousness of its guests. During free time, yogis may enhance their experience on retreat by booking a massage and healing session. Join Chelsea for an opportunity to reconnect with yourself- spiritually, physically, and mentally.
Delve Deeper into your Practice with a Week Long Experience…
April 25-May 2, 2020
Prices starting at $1,625 for double occupancy- single, double & triple occupancy options available
Lake Atitlán is believed by the Maya to be the center of the universe where God’s seeds of mankind evolved. Villa Sumaya is nestled in a landlocked bay on the north shore of beautiful Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. Located on 18 acres in the traditional homeland of the indigenous Maya. This area is known to the Maya as the belly button of the Earth. Villa Sumaya looks directly across the lake at three spectacular volcanoes.
Villa Sumaya is located at an altitude of 5,000 feet. Its proximity to the equator offers a high plane semi-tropical paradise often referred to as “the land of eternal spring.” The deep caldera walls of the lake create a powerful inverse vortex to the volcanic mountains and ridges above, creating tremendous beauty and distinct natural challenges to work with.
In Sanskrit, Sumaya means a long-awaited dream come true while in Arabic it translates as a little piece of paradise. Both of these definitions mirror Villa Sumaya's hearts’ intentions and inspire service. The logo is a Mayan glyph found in Chiapas, Mexico representing the fountain of life or the budding growth of a flower, and this too moves us ever forward.
Join Chelsea Winters for seven nights of heart opening exploration of this little piece of paradise. We will breath, move, feel and delve deeper into the nature of our surroundings steeped in Mayan culture, and explore the nature of ourselves. All yoga levels are welcome.