Dance To The Heart Beat Of The World

December 26 – January 2, Colombia 2018

Our New Year’s Seva Celebration is becoming an annual event! From the sacred shores of Cuba’s Playas del Este to Nicaragua’s Escameca, yoginis from all over the globe have embraced the mystique of these unique locations by practicing, dancing and sharing our joy with the local community and circulating our love together.

“This area is referred to as the Heart of the world, not only because of its geographical location, but more importantly because every single ecosystem exists and thrives in the southern Sierra Nevada Mountains.”

Location: Gitana del Mar, Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia

Price : $1650 

*10% of your trip cost will be donated to disaster relief efforts in Houston and Puerto Rico


  • 2 night accommodation in Cartagena at 3 Banderas  boutique hotel
  • 5 nights accommodation at Gitana del Mar (shared) * single rooms available for additional fee
  • Healthy and delicious Colombian style home cooked meals
  • Coffee, tea and smoothies all day
  • Solar (invigorating) Prana Vinyasa Yoga™ morning practices
  • Lunar (restorative) Prana Vinyasa Yoga™ evening practices
  • Immersion yoga class in Cartagena
  • Incredible cultural excursion with Kogi tribe members
  • Transfers from Cartagena to Gitana Del Mar
  • Volunteer activities with local villages

Not Included:

  • Airfare
  • Any other tours, excursions or spa treatments
  • Gratuities for staff (plan on $30-$40)

We are so excited to be partnering with our hosts at Gitana Del Mar.  They share our mission of bridging communities and mindful travel practices without exploiting the native population. As with our other low impact seva yoga service trips, we will be working with the local children, participating in earth friendly activities and getting closer to rhythm. We will have the opportunity to visit with the local Kogi tribe, whose commitment to restoring the equilibrium to Earth by daily ritual practices, mental discipline and meditations are part of their efforts to help protect Santa Marta’s Sierra Nevada and the world from destruction.  A recent documentary, Aluna, has been completed through which the filmmakers hope will open eyes to the survival of these people, and the Earth Mother they are seeking to protect.

This is truly a glorious, affordable way to set meaningful intentions for your New Year – open your heart and dance with us on these sacred shores…

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