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Wellness Retreats: Latin America & Caribbean

The BodyHoliday

Saint Lucia

Set on a secluded cove of white sand beach at the edge of the Caribbean Sea, surrounded by tropical gardens and rainforest, The Body Holiday Saint Lucia is the ultimate getaway for body and mind. Recognised as one of the finest destination resorts and centre of well-being, guests can select a retreat, based on one of five themes: Prana Life, Strong me, Beautiful Inside, Balancing Lives, and Souls Sabbatical.



Jewel Paradise Cove Beach Resort & Spa


Enjoy a week full of healthy activities at the Caribbean’s newest spa retreat, Jewel Paradise Cove Beach Resort & Spa. All inclusive yoga retreats feature multiple daily yoga sessions including beginners yoga, one 30-minute massage experience, aquacise, nature and power walks in all-inclusive luxury facilities.



The Retreat
Costa Rica

Birthed in 2014, The Retreat Costa Rica is the brainchild of Celebrity Chef, two-time best-selling author and Health and Wellness Life-Coach, Diana Stobo. Located less than 30 minutes from San Jose International Airport, The Retreat is nestled in the arms of a quartz mountain and provides with the necessary tools and information regarding their six cores tenets: Stress Reduction, Cultural Involvement, Gentle Physical Activity, Spiritual Connectedness Wellness Recovery and Self Care Organic, Whole Clean Eating.



Wildhearted Retreats, Ashlie Woods
Guatemala, Mexico, Peru

Wildhearted Retreats are an exploration into creative living and into the deepest desires of your heart. They use a combination of meditation, dance, journaling and play to uncover and transcend limiting beliefs and release stored energy in the body. Redefine what it means to live your most creative and celebrated life.



Rancho La Puerta

Founded in 1940, Rancho La Puerta started the modern Fitness Revolution. The Ranch encourages integrative wellness for women and men of all ages and fitness levels through exciting, energetic fitness options, delicious organic cuisine, pure fun and relaxation, all in a tranquil setting in the shadow of Baja California’s mystical Mt. Kuchumaa.





Founded by Margaret Bornschein Langer in the 1950s, Lapinha was born with the aim of combating diseases through natural therapies. Margarida understood that for the healing experience to be complete, it was necessary to take care not only of the human being, but also of the planet and the local community, with a holistic approach. In 1972, Lapinha was the first medical spa in Brazil located on a farm. With a focus on organic production, surrounded by a sub-tropical forest it is an important agent of community development.





Since 1982, Kurotel has been helping people to live longer, healthier and happier lives through healthy diet, physical exercises, emotional balance, hydrotherapy and phytotherapy. With 9 specialized health programs, Kurotel offers a valuable combination: scientific knowledge, tradition, customization, attention to detail and state-of-the-art technology.


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