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A Return to our Instinsic, Wild Nature

May 20-27th, 2023
May 20-27th, 2023

8 days & 7 nights in the magical mountains at AmateCamp, an energy healing center located on the sacred land of Tepoztlán, Mexico.

Location

Surrounded by the elements of nature Amate Camp has been carefully crafted to host experiences of connection between mind, body & spirit. It’s an ideal place to reconnect to the natural world & embark on a healing journey of self discovery.

Food

As a fully immersive wellness experience, all meals are included. Like us, AmateCamp believes that food is medicine & seeks to live in complete harmony with nature. Meals are locally sourced, organic, seasonal & plant based.

Accommodations

 

Jungle vibe, eco-friendly rooms that provide you a cozy nest to rest during the retreat. Options for rooms with terrace, private bathroom & mountain view.

Yoga

Daily yoga, meditation, mantra, pranayama, & philosophy that guides the seeker into their innate wholeness. Embodiment practices that connect us to the magic & wisdom of our feminine form.

Ceremony

~Temazcal Sweat Lodge guided by a local shaman

~Traditional Cacao Ceremony 

~ Vedic Ancestral Healing Ritual

~Womb Connection Ceremony

~Fire Ceremony

~Primal Movement & Dance

Hiking

 

Recognize the abundance, beauty, & divinity within you and surrounding you. Guided group hike and opportunity to connect to the sacred land. 

Workshops

 

Transformational experiences that unify  science with sacred to express our wild nature through attuning to our feminine cycles, emotional intelligence, inner reprogramming, & hormone balancing.

Sisterhood

Never underestimate the power of being seen. Together, we will build conscious community & soul connections that last beyond the retreat. While each of us are unique in our own way, we realize that we have more in common than we do in different & that we are so much stronger together than we are divided.

Are you ready to reclaim your intrinsic, wild nature and sacred femininity?

For hundreds of thousands of years, Women have gathered ceremoniously to collect herbs & flowers from the earth, they grew food, made medicine, danced beneath the moon, sang medicine songs around a bonfire, supported one another, and moved to the rhythms of Mother nature.

 

Still to this day, we each carry a biological need to have a sense of belonging to a tribe, a circle, a sisterhood. Yet, somewhere along the way, we have forgotten our most basic need for connection to other women and the natural world around us.

We have been taught to compete, judge, isolate & even fear one another, depriving us of our ability to receive the support, nurturance, and love that is our true nature and our birthright. Even more, so many of us have been conditioned to feel guilty for receiving, our worth falsely believed to be dependent upon how much we are able to give others.

Further, we as women have even been forced to subscribe to a hyper yang, 24 hour paradigm that, quite frankly, does not serve our sacred connection to cycles of the moon.  Our worth, often equated to how much we are able to give. Getting stuck in highly imbalanced, hierarchical systems that serve but a few.

Rewilding Women's Retreat is a time to return to our intrinsic, wild nature. Together, we will reignite the sacred feminine within. We'll remember the wisdom of our bodies as women with sacred embodiment practices.  We will unravel our connection to the moon and mother nature by exploring our wild, feminine cycles. We will heal our relationship to our sensuality, sexuality & pleasure. We will honor where we come from and how to release generational trauma and patterning that no longer serves through ancestral healing. We will demystify emotional intelligence, strengthen our brain body connection as well as learn how to balance our hormones. We will redefine power as a living, breathing expression of our sacred femininity and our connection to each other. We will return to the natural cycles of reciprocity as we learn to slow down, rest, and restore as nature teaches us. We will heal our relationship with other women to remember the ancient, communal, wild ways of our being. And most importantly, we will have FUN doing so!!

Location
Amate Camp
Tepotzlán, Mexico
 

Tepotzlán, Mexico is known as “Pueblo Mágico” (Magical Town) for its majestic mountainous landscape, cultural richness, Aztec traditions, and is known to be a portal for healing.

 

We will be surrounded by the elements of nature to facilitate a space for deep connection to our most abundant, wild, & free expression.

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What’s Included:
Make your way to Mexico and we'll take care of the rest.

  • 8 day, 7 night stay at AmateCamp

  • Transportation to AmateCamp

  • Daily Yoga, Breath-work, and Meditation practices 

  • 3 local, organic, & seasonal plant based meals per day (dietary restrictions accommodated)

  • Workshops and practical tools that reconnect us to our wild nature

  • Traditional Cacao Ceremony

  • Guided Temazcal Ceremony (sweat lodge)

  • Fire ceremony

  • Womb Connection Ceremony

  • Music, kirtan, and ecstatic dance

  • Vedic Ancestral Healing Ritual

  • Opportunities to connect to the sacred land

  • Purposeful time for reflection, integration, and relaxation

  • Group Hike

  • Private pool

  • Waterfall Access

  • Personal Gift

What’s Not Included:

  • Flight

  • Any meals outside of AmateCamp

  • Passport expenses (if you do not already have a passport please be sure to acquire one soon)

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Sacred silence from waking until 9:00am

7:00 - 8:30 AM : Morning Sadhana & journaling

9:00: Breakfast

10:00 - 1:00 PM: Hiking, Connecting with Nature and free time

1:00: Lunch

2:00 - 3:30 PM : Free time

3:30 - 5:30 PM: Afternoon Workshop

6:00 PM: Dinner

7:00 - 8:30 PM: Evening Ceremony or Restorative Practice

Typical Daily Schedule (subject to change)

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  • 100% Vegan

  • Plant-based

  • Organic

  • Local

  • Seasonal

Food philosophy

Like AmateCamp, we believe that living in complete harmony with nature should be translated across all of our actions, thoughts and words. AmateCamp’s kitchen is proud to be 100% vegan, ensuring that no animal life is hurt in the process of making your dishes. Our meals will be made from fruits, vegetables, seed, ferments and spices.

Meet Your Guides

Jot Anant

Jot Anant draws upon her diverse education in Akhanda Yoga, Intuitive Yin Yoga, Trauma Informed Yoga, Yoga for PTSD & TBI, Kirtan, Yoga Philosophy, Pranayama, and Thai Yoga Bodywork to create a safe space in which students can explore the depth of their being, create a stronger relationship with Self, drop deeper into gratitude, and use their own intuition to support expansion and transformation.

By artfully weaving together science and sacred, she invites deep inquiry and tapping into your own innate wisdom to empower students to decondition their minds by reawakening to the incredible power that resides within their hearts. It is this deep introspection that has the capacity to bring about healing and transformation in the World, one practitioner at a time.

As a devoted karma and bhakti yogini, Jot Anant is humbled by the opportunity to support students in their individual journey, and to shine a light on the importance of bringing mindfulness into action, taking what we learn from our time on the mat out into the unique ways that we interact with each other and the World.

As a lover of life and seeker of wisdom Jot Anant continues to deepen her own spiritual practice through seva and self-study, and by remaining an eager and open hearted student of life, striving to walk through the world lightly with grace, humor, and purpose.

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Ashley Haskell

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My journey has been a quest to know what existed beyond the conditioning that I was born into and a yearning to express myself freely in the world that incessantly fought to keep me small. I am a seeker of truth and knowledge. For the past 11 years I have studied International Studies with an emphasis on social advocacy, Spanish, Indigenous rights, Yoga, Permaculture, Feminine Empowerment, Womb Sciences & healing, Herbalism, Neurosculpting, Quantum Physics, Trauma Informed Practices, Sacred Ceremony, & Somatics. I received my 200 HR YTT through Akhanda Shakti Yoga in Costa Rica & my 300 HR YTT through Akhanda Yoga in Rishikesh, India.

Since then I have instructed yoga in studios. I have guided large groups at yoga festivals. Designed and facilitated a wide array of workshops & transformational experience. I have organized and facilitated international yoga retreats and Yoga Teacher Trainings. I have also started my own business, Wild Sacred Being (recently rebranded from Infinite Heart Wellness) where I support others in reclaiming the Wild Sacred through connecting to their body wisdom & the Earth.

Along my journey I have realized one of the greatest disconnects of humanity to be the belief that power, truth & love exist outside of us which often lead to the false sense of separation, illness, loss of identity, manipulation, victimization and social control.  I have vowed to walk the path of reclamation of personal power and the divinity within through: understanding the nervous system & body as a path to health & well-being; creative expression to strengthen our connection to Self; and remembering our sacred interconnection with the natural rhythms of life. It is my passion to empower individuals to remember that all the answers that they seek, exist within.