March 8 - 15, 2019

Join us to experience Thai Massage practice in the most relaxing environment... welcome to the Tropical Thai Massage vacation!


This 7-day sojourn will be hosted in a hidden tropical paradise at the Pacific coast of Panama, where the EvaSion team will hold a space for self-exploration through movement, meditation, Thai Massage practice... and the most epic beach sunsets of your life. These practices will open the door to the discovery of a new you! Together, we will work to make a safe space for wellness and trust, an openhearted environment for personal growth and conscious living. Step away from your obligations and commitments to enter a welcoming zone where you will be cared for... and make friends while you are it!  You will go back home with a new perception of what community means and how we have the power to support each other for a healthier and more meaningful life. 


DAILY PROGRAM:
We will follow a schedule designed to restore healthy habits into our daily routine. Starting up the day at sunrise to meditate, before a yoga practice to wake up the body, followed by a delicious breakfast.
From 10am to 1pm we will be learning and practicing Thai Massage at the Bird´s View yoga shala. We will be sharing with you an easy and effortless Thai Massage sequence that you can practice safely at home.
After lunch, you will have the freedom to participate in some integrational practice of your choice: Thai massage, yoga, dance, Acroyoga, surfing, horse riding, or just doing nothing! (a rare luxury nowadays) .... while waiting for the magic sunsets at Estero Beach.
Yummy dinner, night circle, sleep... and repeat!

 TELL ME MORE…
Whether you already have a Thai massage experience, are practicing another type of therapy, or are looking to start walking this path,
you are welcomed to join us in this unique location. You will learn how to connect with a loving and caring touch using all the parts of your body: hands, elbows, knees... even your bum!

All the exercises will be practiced enough so that after the course you will be able to give a 1.5 hs treatment. Upon completion of the course, attendees will receive a certification from EvaSion Thai Yoga Massage.


Retreat Offerings

  • 3 daily meals (vegetarian, vegan & gluten-free alternatives available)

    • Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten Free alternatives available.

    • Additional meals, snacks and beverages available at the participants’ expense.

  • Selected housing

    • High-speed internet

    • Daily housekeeping

  • All classes and afternoon workshops.

Not Included
-Airfare to Panama City
-Travel insurance
-Airport transfers
-Transportation Panama City - Santa Catalina (this can be arranged, if needed, for an extra fee)
-Optional activities such as surfing class or rentals, snorkeling, and horse riding.


Investment per person (Includes Tax)

La Buena Vida Hotel

Quad Housing (shared) - $1,130 p/person

Triple Housing (shared) - $1,135 p/person

Double (private) - $1,095 p/person

Single (private) - $1,210 p/person

Boarder’s Heaven Hostel

Double (shared) - $1030 p/person

Single (private) - $975 p/person

 

 

Retreat participants will be required to make a 25% non-refundable deposit to secure their space. Payments can be made by PayPal to labuenavida.pa@yahoo. com


 Recommendations

-Bring Mosquito Repellent and Sunblock.

Add-Ons

-Day Trip to Coiba National Park ($80 per person – lunch and snorkeling gear included)

Coiba National Park

Coiba National Park is an UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) World Heritage Site and a must see while you are in Panama.  Coiba is located just 37 kilometers (23 miles) from our shores, making Santa Catalina the gateway to the national park.  This ecologically rich archipelago includes over 1,687 square miles of both marine and jungle habitat. Snorkeling you can expect to see reef sharks, sea turtles, eels, puffers, parrot and many other colorful tropical fish. Humpback whales are seen in migratory route from August to November.  They both mate and give birth in this area.  It is not uncommon to see a female humpback with a newborn calf.