Project Description

A tree-climbing yoga adventure in the heart of the Amazon jungle

The Amazon Jungle is the largest tropical rainforest in the entire world covering over 5.5 million square miles and provides 20% of the Earth’s oxygen.  It is home to over 10 million different species of plants and animals and contains one-fifth of the freshwater of the world in the Amazon basin

This part of the Earth is the most powerful natural place on the planet; giving rise to indigenous cultures and providing 25% of the medicine we treat ourselves with today and hosts up to 25% of the Earth’s cancer-fighting organisms

There is still much of this jungle that has yet to be explored and scientists are learning new things on a daily basis that continue to enforce the fact that there is simply no place comparable in regards to the amount of biodiversity and importance it holds to all creatures in the world.  It is also one of the most endangered ecosystems on the planet, with one and a half acres being destroyed every second

We have chosen to host our retreat here to allow people to make a personal connection with this profoundly beautiful forest and will hopefully inspire the world to preserve and protect this irreplaceably vital treasure


  • Daily Yoga Practice overlooking the rainforest

  • Meditations & Transformational Exercises

  • Philosophical discussions & Journaling

  • Swimming in waterfalls

  • Build relationships with Indigenous Tribes

  • Tree Climbing 150ft in the air

  • Jungle Camping with our indigenous guides

  • Locally Sourced Organic Meals

  • Reforestation Projects 

  • Jungle Survival Skills 

“If you want to relax, watch the clouds pass by if you’re laying on the grass, or sit in front of the creek; just doing nothing and having those still moments is what really rejuvenates the body…”.

Early Bird Discount

when signed up 6 months or more in advance