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The Venue


Our retreat property is located in Pinos Puente, Granada. Nestled in the Sierra Elvira mountain range, this rural, tranquil setting in Southern Spain is the ideal environment for our three weeks together. The grounds feature a seasonal swimming pool, terraces, beautiful gardens, and large green spaces that are perfect for walking or hiking. Immerse yourself in the peace of this stunning countryside setting!




Your Accommodations


FULL BOARD INLCUDED! There are no surprises or extra charges for your training. We will be staying in a charming Spanish property located in a small village of just 100 people. All rooms are hotel-style accommodations with in-room air conditioning/heating, wi-fi, ensuite bathrooms, comfortable mattresses, and twice a week cleaning services. There are two different room types: single occupancy and shared occupancy.

The rooms are traditional Andalusian architecture, with a central open courtyard and close proximity to the dining area, pool, and yoga space. We will practice in the stunning yoga shala overlooking the Sierra Elvira Mountains with sounds of nature in the background. The shala is fully equipped with yoga mats, blocks, blankets, meditation pillows, bolsters, and straps.




The Food


Prepare to taste incredible cuisine! We will enjoy our meals in fellowship as a group with laughter, stories, and connection. Three consciously prepared vegetarian meals will be made for you daily, allowing you to savor produce sourced locally and from the eco garden located directly on the retreat property. The food prepared for you is well organized to make sure you have all the nutrients you need during your training to make you feel stronger, lighter and healthier. In addition to serving delicious quality food, we adapt to all intolerances. Inform us of your specific needs, and we will make sure you have options that are safe for you.




The Area


Spain is an intoxicating country, known for its diverse culture, stunning landscapes, and incredible food. The region of Andalucía is famous for its spectacular snow-capped mountain ranges, historical monuments, and high-spirited people who exude warmth and hospitality.

This area is a simmering blend of diversity - the result of hundreds of years of conquests, invasions, and settlements. In modern times, that translates into an exotic, mysterious, and awe-inspiring mix of Arabic, Persian, Jewish, Moor, African, and European influences. Granada has it all: the beautiful countryside, sunny Mediterranean beaches nearby, Turkish baths, Moroccan bazaars, flamenco, and tapas - oh my!

On your days off you could do any of these extra activities (at an extra cost) organized by Lucia Yoga:

  • A trip into the city of Granada

  • Explore the red palace of Alhambra

  • Visit the gypsy caves for a flamenco performance

  • Relax at the tropical Salobreña Beach





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