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- Located in the Sacred Valley, in the city of Urubamba
- Restaurant & Bar
- Free Wi-Fi with complimentary access to business center
- Rooms include direct TV, hair dryer, and temperature control
- En-suite private shower /bath
- Unlimited filtered water and tea
- Complimentary welcome drink
- Scenic outdoor yoga space & indoor area
To register, please email email@example.com for availability
Retreat Inclusions for Clients Attending:
- 6 nights/ 7 days accommodation
- All meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
- Yoga twice daily
- Professional guided full day tour of Machu Picchu (value of $300)
- Peruvian dinner in the city of Urubamba
- Full day cultural tour
- Airport transfers (to & from the airport on arrival and departure days only)
- Private Single: $2,595
- Shared Room: $2,295
- Triple Room: $2,195
- Yoga mat & props
- International airfare
- Alcoholic beverages
- Travel insurance (recommended)
- Additional excursions/spa treatments
Lee Ann Louis-Prescott
Lee Ann’s love for yoga began in college. During her very first session she fell in love with the movement, the breath work and the inner workings of yoga. It is a love that has lasted to this day. Upon college graduation and during her pursuit of a master’s degree, Lee Ann continued her own personal practice of yoga, attending classes and participating in retreats.
In the summer of 1978 she earned her yoga teaching certification at the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center in the Larentian Mountains. Swami Vishnudevananda from India and Swami Brahmananda from England, were her primary teachers. She continued to study under Swami Vishnudevananda for 20 years, receiving her E-RYT 500 from him.
Lee Ann has studied with many leading instructors across the country including, Pattabi Jois, David Swenson, Deepak Chopra, Baron Baptiste, Aadhil Palkhivala, Kali Ray, Shiva Rea, Beryl Bender Birch and many others. She is the owner and founder of the Yoga Center for Healthy Living, LLC and leads retreats and workshops locally, nationally, and internationally. She directs the RYS 200 & 500 from this studio. She earned her Ph.D. in NATURAL HEALTH; is a Reiki Master, does Reiki training and gives Reiki treatments. She has Ayurvedic certification with the Chopra Center.
How do I get there?
- Book your flight to arrive and depart from Cusco, Peru (CUZ) – some of the airline carriers that fly to CUZ are LAN, and American Airlines.
*It is advised that you contact The Yoga Getaway prior to booking your flight to confirm the retreat is on schedule as well as the best arrival and departure times.
How will I get from the airport (CUZ) to the retreat venue accommodation?
- Airport transfers are included in the package, to & from the airport on days of arrival & departure only. Hotel check-in begins at 2:00 pm on the day of arrival and checkout time is 10:00 am on the day of departure. You will need to notify The Yoga Getaway of your flight times so transportation can be coordinated.
What sort of Visa or Passport information do I need?
- A valid passport is required to enter and depart Peru. Tourists must also provide evidence of return or onward travel. Travelers to Peru will receive a card from Peruvian Immigration upon arrival stating the length of approved stay (usually 90 days). Do not lose this card as you will be required to present it upon departure (if lost, there is a $7 fee).
*For more information and specifics about traveling to Peru you can visit Travel.State.Gov
What is the altitude like there, and how should I prepare?
The retreat venue has plenty of oxygen tanks on site if anyone should find themselves short of breath . This isn’t a typical response to the altitude but if you have a history of having trouble with high altitudes, there are two medical clinics in The Sacred Valley (see below) if there are any serious issues. They do accept some health insurance and it is recommend that clients check to see if they accept your current provider. If not, it is recommended that you purchase travel insurance for the trip. Consult with your physician prior to departure if you have any other concerns.
SOS CLINICA PAREDES: www.sos-mg.com
7,972 ft Machu Picchu
9,393 ft Urubamba (The Sacred Valley – Where our hotel is located)
11,000 ft Cusco
Should I bring money and what credit cards are accepted?
- Cash is accepted everywhere, it would be advised to take out cash upon arriving to the airport. Visa is the most widely accepted credit card. Credit cards are not accepted everywhere so it is advised to have cash with you at all times.
- Call all your credit card companies before you leave home and inform them of your trip. Typically your bank will be suspicious of overseas transactions and can freeze your credit card until confirmation.
Do I need a converter for electrical outlets and plugins?
- Electricity at the resort venue is 220V so please make sure your US electrical items can run on this voltage.
Can I drink tap water there?
- Drinking purified water is a must (unlimited purified water will be available at the resort)
Do you cater to specific dietary needs (vegetarian, vegan, lactose free, and gluten free)?
- Yes the menu will cater to any dietary needs you inform us of, please be sure to mention your specific needs when registering.
- We do suggest bringing along a few bars or snacks just to be fully prepared.
Is there wireless internet and cell phone service?
- Complimentary wireless internet service will be available at the resort accommodation. There is also a business center that you will have complimentary access to, which includes 3 computers and internet access.
- Call your cell phone service provider to see if they offer coverage in Peru and request the best international plan for your needs (taking into consideration the minutes, texts and data you plan to use).
What is the weather like in the Sacred Valley of Peru?
- March – January are excellent months for an Andean adventure. The weather is mild and pleasant. Daytime temperatures through the year average in the 70s°F, while nighttime low temperatures average in the low 40s in winter and mid 50s°F in summer.
- March – May (the Andean fall months) are sunny, and the mountains and fields are beautifully green. Soft rains may fall at night in March and April.
- June – August (the winter months) are sunny and dry. After sunset, it gets cold enough for a sweater or jacket. Frost occurs only rarely.
- September – November (the lovely Andean spring months) see warmer nights. Soft rains at night may begin in November.
What do I need to bring with me?
- A valid passport
- Your personal yoga mat and any props
- Workout/hiking shoes, bug spray, sunscreen, sunglasses, earplugs, eye mask, a camera, power cords for your electronics and a credit card.
- For ladies who anticipate being on your cycle during the trip – tampons are a must. They are not easily found in stores here.
To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for availability