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Magical, mystical, and magnificent, Lake Atitlan in the heart of the Mayan Highlands is the perfect place for your first—or next—nourishing and supportive Neurosculpting® retreat. Yoga that meets you at your level, a dive into Neurosculpting® meditation that’s suitable for beginners and experienced meditators alike, as well as adventures into the local community for service work and fun are on the schedule January 21 – 28, 2017.
The retreat includes seven nights accommodations at Villa Sumaya Retreat Center and two nights accommodations in Guatemala City—for your first and final night in Guatemala—as well as three vegetarian meals a day at the retreat center. Other amenities and activities include:
- Transportation to/from Guatemala City and Lake Atitlan
- Daily Neurosculpting® meditations with Neurosculpting® Institute founder Lisa Wimberger
- Daily yoga with Una Viggiani
- Purified water, coffee, tea, and a 24/7 beverage station
- Swimming in the lake or relaxing in the hot tub
- Traditional Mayan ceremony
- A full day off for explorations of other lake towns
While on retreat, you also have the option of receiving massages or venturing outside the retreat center on you own, although such activities are not included in the price of the retreat.
Join us as we return to Lake Atitlan!
January 21 – 28, 2007
Villa Sumaya Retreat Center
Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
Accommodations based on room choices at Villa Sumaya Retreat Center
To register, please visit http://www.bellaretreats.com/retreat-calendar/neurosculpting-yoga-and-guatemalan-adventure-retreat
Open, friendly, and compassionate, Megan Winkler is inspired to make the world a better place. In 2013, she began studying Neurosculpting®, a brain-based approach to healing through the union of meditation and neuroscience. She found that it settled her mind and helped her manage stress in life-changing ways. In 2014, she completed her Tier 1 certification with the Neurosculpting® Institute. As a meditation instructor, Megan provides a safe, comfortable environment in which students of all ages—eight to 108—can unlock their innate ability to experience change and healing in their own lives. She currently serves as the Neurosculpting® Institute’s Editorial Coordinator and Youth Program Co-Developer. She also holds a certification in Nutritional Therapy and regularly integrates nutritional suggestions into classes. When she’s not teaching in person or online, Megan can be found working on her tiny home project with partner Mike and her daughter, singing karaoke, or working on her latest novel. : www.thebrainybabe.com