18 / 24 OF MARCH

Sian Ka'an Tulum

For one human being to love another: that is perhaps the most difficult of all our tasks, the ultimate, the last test and proof, the work for which all other work is but preparation. For this reason young people, who are beginners in everything, cannot yet know love: they have to learn it. With their whole being, with all their forces, gathered close about their lonely, timid, upward-beating heart, they must learn to love.


Laboratorio is not a retreat for the sake of escaping parts of life we are dissatisfied with, but it is a space to dig deep, and co create a sustainable connection with our truest selves.
We seek your fire, your talent, your passion.
There is nothing more healing than the chance to be of service and to contribute. Therefore we build a container where you can rediscover your passion and childlike nature.
Our dream is that you take this light home and keep sharing your flame.

Jivamukti Yoga by Elina

Jivamukti (Sanskrit for Liberated Soul) Yoga, offers a holistic approach to the technique of yoga, bringing together ancient spiritual teachings, vinyasa sequences (standing poses, backbends, forward bends, twists, inversions), chanting, intention setting, breath, relaxation & meditation.
Elina’s intention teaching is to facilitate a deep experience of yoga through a demanding and precise teaching style offering unconditional and gentle support.

Tea and Zen by Miriam

In this ritual of ultimate intentionality, we slow down and connect with each other.
The consciousness of a plant is equal in all cells; therefore, by drinking the juice of one leaf we ingest the whole wisdom of a tree.
Through the simple (but secretly complex) process of making tea, we come to honor simplicity and experience profound stillness. Tea is one of the oldest and most widely-known plant medicines. It offers us the opportunity to connect deeply to nature and to transcend time. It reveals to us how to honor water, the source of all life. By cultivating quietude as we watch the leaves unfurl, we come to know the peace that exists at our cores. We trust that the leaf will take us on a unique healing journey.

Breathwork by Miriam

The breath is one of the most powerful self-healing tools and has been used over centuries in ancient rituals and traditions to connect deeply to the self. By increasing the flow of energy through your body, your subconscious mind is able to release old memories and holding patterns. This process allows you to come back to your center with clarity and soothes your spirit.
Let your breath guide while sound carries you into your personal Mystery Land.

Kundalini Yoga by Sara

An uplifting blend of the spiritual and physical, Kundalini yoga releases nervous energies from the body to awaken your spirit and increases consciousness. Based on ancient healing techniques from India, Kundalini yoga combines dynamic movements, conscious breathing, meditation and the chanting of mantras to bring balance to the body, mind and soul.

5 Rhythms Dance

“5 Rhythms Dance is a soul journey. By moving the body, releasing the heart, and freeing the mind, one can connect to the essence of the soul, the source of inspiration in which an individual has unlimited possibility and potential.”


A Temazcal is an indigenous mayan ceremony for healing and purification.
The sweat lodge symbolizes the mother’s womb and gives you the opportunity to overcome deep fears and honor your lineage.
Upon leaving the Temazcal the sensation has been described as a re-birth experience, re-uniting in the same world with a clearer vision and inner peace.

Cacao Ceremony

The Spirit of Cacao was one of the most revered of the ancient Mayan Deities. They called Cacao “The water that runs through the heart”. The cacao ceremony bridges the gap between science, the mystery and the heart.
During Cacao Ceremony, there is increased blood flow and nutrition to the brain, heart and skin, the whole body is nourished, awareness and focus is heightened and the opening of your heart is intensified.

Throughout this Lab we will

• Nourish our Body with plant based, Ayurvedic diet

• Connect to the magic of Tea through Zen Tea Rituals

• Develop a Mediation practice

• Dive into a deep Jivamukti Yoga experience

• Feel the transformational power of our Breath

• Practice our ability to See others and Be Truly Seen

• Immerse ourselves into the wilderness of the Sian Ka’an Natural reserve

• Step out into the unknown and retrieve lost parts of ourselves

• Share Fire Ceremonies & Ancient Mayan Rituals of Cacao and Temazcal

• Let Sound fill our hearts


Are you ready to let yourself go and find your divine spark of inspiration?

A week that could change all your weaks
A week filled with the wisdom of nature
A week to learn from ancient rituals
A week to reignite your passion
A week to be curious
A week to get lost
A week to empty yourself
A week of seeing true, speaking true and hearing true
A week to find your inner child
A week of establishing a sacred practice and taking it home
A week to remind each other to love with an open heart
A week that could change all your weeks


Tortuga Suite with Ocean View

$3.950 per person

1 Kingsize bed

Canopy Suite with Jungle View

$3.600 per person

2 Queensize bed

Tucan Suite with Jungle View

$3.600 per person

2 Queensize bed

Mariposa Bell Tents

Shared Tent $2.800 per person

+ Comfortable shared bathrooms and showers



Miriam Adler is an internationally renowned breathwork teacher, speaker, Kundalini yoga instructor and health and wellness coach. Miriam has studied with some of the world’s leading masters of yoga, meditation, zen, cha dao, somatic therapy and breathwork. She strives to combine the power of the breath with movement in order to make way for your authentic voice. Miriam creates a pathway into feeling, letting go and self-acceptance so that you may come to live with softness and grace.
“My passion sparks when I see people opening up and showing their most intimate softness and vulnerability. That feeling of pure trust that we are made out of the same dust. In this moment I feel my heart blossoming with love.”


Ignited by a desire to facilitate a profound experience of Oneness, with-in and with-out, transcending the superficial layers of identifications and agitations of the mind, Elina shares the potent ancient technology of yoga combining precise vinyasa krama, mantra, breath, & intention setting.


Sara is born in Iran, raised in Sweden and is now traveling the world to pursuit her passion in the teachings of Kundalini yoga and painting. Her mission is to cultivate the individual healing, truth and creativity by developing a meditative mind. Off the Yoga matt, Sara is a passionate muralist and contemporary art painter and uses her yoga practice to heighten her creativity.


Noëmi Manser is a Swiss born artist based in New York City. She has recently completed Mural Projects, exhibitions and collaborations with OBEY, Donna Karan, PUMA, the Bossa Collective Ibiza and the Womens Mural Collective Morivivi in Puerto Rico.
The Concept of the Connecting brains is her belief that while using both hands simultaneously your are forcing your brain to work in conjunction between both hemispheres and sides of the body, by making the left and the right brain work in harmony , one is setting off a chain reaction of immediate connections that initiate with them mind and the heart.
“whenever I can tune into my creativity, is it in nature or in my studio, with friends or at a gathering I feel the most alive and everything seems to make sense… I feel like its the only thing that really makes sense, to share that gift, the creativity that flows thru us, that heals and that can touch people on a very deep level beyond understanding or need of words. its an interconnection that we all long for…”


Alexcia is a poet and intuitive who uses a vintage typewriter as an instrument for channeling and connecting with the Divine. She explores human consciousness by working with people one on one or in groups and weaving poems and stories. Her most recent work is called the Three Word Project, where she asks a person for 3 words and writes a poem for them on the spot.
“Some of my most cherished gifts are letters, poems, and cards from people I love. They have helped me to see myself more clearly, to feel seen and loved. When I happened upon a typewriter for the first time, it was like discovering I could play an instrument. I work with it as a channeling device for connecting the seen and unseen worlds. It brings me so much joy to share this gift and experience collective consciousness with others by the messages that come always meant to be read both ways. Words can be medicine or poison. I believe in using them with clear intention to create a more beautiful world.”


“Sound makes my heart beat to the rhythm of love, this allows me to navigate into multidimensional realms becoming a conductor of energy for me and others, with high vibrational sounds you can explore your inner world, finding your own revelations in the present moment, and in that moment I show up with love and care to support you in your process. being there for one-another makes my lions heart expand and choose to continue doing what I do in my service.”


Lieke is the founder and creator of Liik’il. Born 1985 in Holland, she developed herself as an intuitive healer during her experience as a qualified social worker for children with autism. Integrating her natural talent of communicating with animals, connecting with mother nature and it’s sacred five elements to create and hold space for others to be truly present. She traveled and lived all around the world, expanding and improving her skills as a holistic therapist in different cultures; uniting body mind and soul. For over the last seven years she based herself in Tulum Mexico, aligned with the Cosmo vision of the Mayan ancestors, offering unique personalized wellness experiences to her clients. In her spare time you find Lieke on nature adventures with her dogs, snorkeling, kite surfing, dancing, scuba diving, stargazing, practicing yoga and qi gong, paddle boarding and traveling.


“Since childhood I recognized a need to explore nature from a medicinal and nutritional level, always surrounded by its aromas, textures, colors and shapes. In this way I began to acquire knowledge, about Ayurvedic natural medicine, personalized diet design, body treatments, recognition of properties of food and medicinal plants, in order to keep the body and mind in harmony, regulating their balance through the food. My professional career began 6 years ago, acquiring culinary knowledge, understanding different cultures and their ways of cooking. Ayurveda is a tool that provides you with the management of each food and needs of each person, depending on their physical and mental constitution, through the flavors or “rasas” (Sanskrit word meaning alchemy). The importance of nutrition in this philosophy is that it offers us a natural discipline, teaches us to cultivate and restore health through a diet based on the care and needs of our body.”