Daily Schedule

This retreat takes place from August 6-13, 2022.  Plan on arriving at the property between3-5pm on August 6th, and leaving after yoga & breakfast on August 13th. We'll help coordinate for people to share transport if needed. Each day is balanced between group activities, and plenty of free time to do as you wish. Everything is optional: you can get into as much or as little as you want. Below is a schedule just to give you a general idea (it tends to vary once we actually get going). Whether you want to embrace your introvert, or hang out with new friends - there will be plenty of opportunity for both.

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Movement + Breath. A deep morning practice with Anton. Morning practice will be a mix of rigorous movement, breath-work, and meditation.
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Nourish. Enjoy Cocoon's iconic breakfast! Local organic fruit, greek yogurt, eggs from our chickens, freshly baked breads, homemade jams, and freshly brewed coffee & teas.
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Play. Chill out by the lake, adventure to the beach, or hop on a bike and explore.
Nourish. A light lunch.
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Play. Book a massage, choose a hammock to nap on, or play uno with Anton.
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Afternoon Practice. The afternoon activity varies. Often times it's a yoga class taught by one of our teachers, and some other days we'll go on an adventure. It varies depending on the direction of the group.
Nourish. Plant-forward, farm-to-table dinner. Local wine is available at a very reasonable price.
Sleep, stargaze, or skinnydip.

Investment

Accomodations

Accommodations for the duration of the retreat at Cocoon Portugal, a 275 acre farm on the Atlantic Coast of Portugal.

Food + Wine

Three meals per day for the duration of the retreat, cooked by our private chef. We will go out for one meal: you are responsible for paying for yourself for that meal. Alcohol is not included. Cocoon has a selection of fabulous wines from a nearby producer for €20 / bottle. 

Amenities

Access to the entire 275 acre property, including lake, bicycles, animals, and wifi

Tuition

One to two daily yoga classes with The Sacred Fig faculty