Serita Yoga Presents:  Rest and Liberation Retreat

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FEB: 15th - 22nd 2020

Troncones, México: February 15th-22nd, 2020

Serita Colette will be leading a once in a lifetime retreat in Troncones, Mexico on Rest & Liberation.  We will be studying yogic practices of liberation through the Hatha Yoga tradition, and the power of Nidra to open to ourselves beyond limiting ideas of self to unfold into our deepest desires.  

Present Moment retreat & spa resort will be our beautiful home for a week.  Known for its picturesque landscape, Troncones is a quiet beach village located about 20 miles northwest of Zihuatanejo on the coast of Guerrero, México.

Immerse oneself in the sacred ocean around the full moon, evening sangha around a bonfire, time for massage, fresh smoothies, beach play, peace and reflection.

Daily Yoga Practice Space

Daily Yoga Practice Space

Incredible chef, amazing, homemade, local food

Incredible chef, amazing, homemade, local food

What's Included:

  • 8 day/7 night stay in luxurious ocean-view bungalow (private or shared) at Present Moment resort (

  • Tuition for all classes and events offered by Serita Yoga (see outline)

  • Breakfast each morning

  • 4 gourmet dinners at the resort’s 5-star restaurant (there are incredible local restaurants for you to explore)

  • Round trip shuttle from/to the Zihuatanejo International Airport

  • (ZIH); 35min

  • Resort taxes (19%)

Snorkeling off of Ixtapa Island

Snorkeling off of Ixtapa Island

hiking in the Sierra Madre Mountains

hiking in the Sierra Madre Mountains

Additional Activities*

  • Local natural hot springs

  • Massage/Bi-weekly community acupuncture

  • Bikes for rent

  • Nightly entertainment at the retreat centre

  • Beach fires

  • Surfing/Boogie Boarding/Swimming/Snorkeling

  • Horseback Riding

  • Hiking

  • Kyaking and Eco Tours

*not included in package, but available for booking with the resort

Tulum, Mexico February 2018

Tulum, Mexico February 2018

Serita Colette
 Serita believes adamantly in the work of healing justice; “that we begin to value care, emotional labor and resilience, not as add-ons, but as central components of sustainability that restore us to life,” (Prentis Hemphill, BLM).   Through teaching yoga, ayurveda and liberation practices Serita has emboldened many of her students to bring forth their vision and power with love and gratitude for all that is sacred.  It is through Serita's sustainable practices for deeper awakening that we are healing ourselves, and each other, “a practice of freedom!” -bell hooks.   

Troncones, México

Troncones, México