Yoga Vacation with Neesha and Adi in Mexico:
Reset your soul and body with the clarity of an ocean side retreat with world class yoga teachers Adi Amar and Neesha Zollinger on a yoga retreat in Mexico at Mar de Jade. Adi and Neesha each bring over 20 years teaching experience, are world reknowned internet yoga teachers for YogaToday, and each own and operate their own Yoga studios in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Nourish yourself with healthy organic meals, twice daily yoga and meditation, free time in the sun and good company on this yoga retreat in Mexico.
Yoga retreat center Mar de Jade is located in the small bay of Chacala, in the state of Nayarit, on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. The retreat center is 90 minutes north of the popular tourist destination of Puerto Vallarta and 3 hours Southwest of the second largest city in Mexico, Guadalajara.
Yoga Retreat in Mexico with Neesha and Adi Pricing:
Early Bird Pricing Before Sept. 15, 2017
- Dorm — $1700 4-5 people in a large loft space.
- Guest Room Double $1900
- Guest Room Single $2400
- Garden Room Double $2100
- Garden Room Single $2650
- Ocean Room Double $2200
- Ocean Room Single $2950
- Add Triple to any room $1500
Limited number of sports available. Register early for room preference!
Pricing includes: Lodging, 2 Yoga Sessions per day, 3 Healthy Organic Meals per day, taxes and gratuity. Infants and Children 0-6 Stay Free In Parents Room | Children 7-12 Stay $40 per night.
Not included in price: Transportation to and from the airport, spa services, cocktails and additional gratuities.
Transportation Rates (To/From Puerto Vallarta Airport):
1 person = $100 / 2 ppl= $50 each / 3 ppl = $40 each / 4 ppl = $35 each
5 ppl = $30each / 6 ppl = $25 each /7 ppl = $22 each / 8 – 10 ppl = $20 each
Full amount due at time of registration
50% refund for cancellation 30-59 days before event.
0% refund for cancellation 0-29 days before event.
Meet Your Guides for an Amazing Yoga Vacation in Mexico:
Neesha brings 20 years of yoga and dance experience to her classes. She teaches a life-affirming philosophy that is based in a heart-centered approach to an elegant set of biomechanical alignment principles.
Neesha began her Anusara® studies with Margot Snowdon in 1999 and studied with its founder, John Friend for nine years. Neesha’s teaching has taken her around the globe several times. She owns Akasha Yoga in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and is a featured instructor on YogaToday.
Neesha’s teaching focuses on empowering others to find these same sources of health, happiness, and renewal through detailed knowledge of the body and the steady work of paying attention. Learn more about Neesha here.
Adi Amar has been a student of yoga since she was 15 years old. She believes the practice of yoga is the teacher, and she strives to inspire a passion for regular sadhana. She has studied and taught extensively within the broad scope of Hatha Yoga.
Her strong Vinyasa (flow) classes focus on mindfulness and structural integration, while integrating the spiritual and philosophical teachings of yoga. Adi is registered with the Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT 500 teacher. She offers group classes, intensives and teacher trainings at Teton Yoga Shala, her studio in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Learn more about Adi here.
About Mar de Jade and Chacala, Mexico
Mar de Jade
Mar de Jade is a Yoga, Wellness & Vacation Retreat Center nestled between the tropical jungle and the pristine sandy beach of Chacala, México. It is an intimate place offering groups and individuals a relaxing, supportive, and inspiring environment in a peaceful fishing village.
Chacala is a peaceful fishing village, its name means “where there are shrimp” in Náhuatl, and it is part of the beautiful coastline known as Riviera Nayarit. It’s found along Mexico’s Tropical Pacific Coast, about 90 min. north of popular tourist destination Puerto Vallarta; 3 hours west of Guadalajara; and 2 hours south of Tepic.
It is located on the south end of Chacala Beach, Nayarit, Mexico. Chacala has one of the most pristine beaches along the coastline; soft golden sand lined with coconut trees and palapa (thatched-roof) restaurants. The town still retains an unhurried lifestyle and the locals are very friendly and welcoming.