Yoga, Mindfulness & Wild Nature Retreat

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... what a mystical, prana, and loved-filled oasis Haramara is!

Haramara Retreat Center – Sayulita, Mexico

Saturday, February 23 – Saturday, March 2, 2019


Everything works better after unplugging for a while. Even you.


Join Joan and David Dwyer, along with Erin Sharaf and Jane Bernstein — experienced healers, mentors, and teachers — in the seaside jungle paradise of Haramara, acclaimed by Yoga Journal as one of the 10 best yoga retreats in the world. During 7 days of deep, joyful practice, go within and allow your true, wild nature to emerge.

Come together to practice yoga and create sacred space for the magic to show itself. There will be plenty of free time to explore, take excursions, enjoy massage and other healing sessions, or simply relax on the beach, at the pool, or in your beautiful casita. Be supported daily by guided yoga, meditation, breath work, and mindfulness to connect and honor the nature within and the nature around us.


Allow physical and mental stress to melt away as your true self emerges. Leave feeling more joyful, alive, excited about your life, reconnected to your unique purpose and supported by your new friends. This is a rare and precious opportunity to unplug. Wifi and electricity are limited , so you can opt to be entirely free of technology as you reconnect with yourself. With jungle and ocean sounds soothing your days and nights, you can sink into a more primal experience that invites inner peace.


If you yearn for the freedom and permission to express your true nature and open into the most magnificent version of yourself, then come play in the safe, magical environment of Haramara Retreat Center, Sayulita, Mexico. The perfect place to find yourself.


Download the FAQ.


reconnect to your unique purpose

Retreat Includes

  • 7 nights in a private, shared, or dorm-style cabañas with bathroom
  • 3 daily gourmet vegetarian meals from local farms (fish/tofu optional)
  • Daily yoga and meditation classes 
  • Daily program session (optional)
  • Infinity pool and private beach access
  • 19% state & hotel tax

Not included


  • Airfare
  • Transportation from/to airport
  • Tips and gratuity
  • Optional adventures and excursions (surfing, bird watching, snorkeling, etc.)
  • Massage and other spa treatments
  • In-depth private sessions with facilitators


Here is the link to the Haramara Site

Payment and Cancellation Policy

Cost depends on accommodations 

Dorm:     $1695

Quad:     $1835 

Triple:     $1895 full

Double:   $2095

Single:     $3095 



  • Payment in full needed to reserve your spot. 


TO REGISTER:  Download and fill out the registration form and send it to Joan-

  • After November 1, 2018 – No refunds. You may transfer your spot to another person.  


meet your hosts

Joan Dwyer

Founder of All That Matters Yoga + Holistic Health Center in 1995, Joan now guides four thriving studios that provide community, education, and an opportunity for people to explore the many facets of health and wellness. She teaches, consults, and speaks nationwide.

Chiropractor David Dwyer

Dr. Dwyer is a senior teacher of yoga and meditation, which he's practiced since 1977. His yoga teaching is predominantly informed by his study of the Ashtanga system, his own experience on the yoga mat, and knowledge gained as a doctor of chiropractic. Visit his website:

Erin Sharaf

Erin helps people reclaim their health, power and vitality through enhancing connection between mind, body, spirit, and nature. A primary care provider for 10 years and former professor of health sciences, Erin is a teacher of mindfulness, life coach, and shamanic practitioner.

Jane Bernstein

A writer, editor, and a life coach whose gift – and joy – is helping people get clear about what they want to express in their lives or in writing. Her own writing has appeared in publications including The Boston Globe, The American Gardener, and Natural Awakenings.