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Yoga & Meditation in Peru with Suddha Weixler

October 26 - November 2

We invite you on a yoga journey to the mysterious land of Peru, exploring the spiritual power of the Incas. Our base will be the Sacred Valley, one of the most inspiringly beautiful places on Earth. The Urubamba River flows through this tranquil valley before continuing through a mountainous chasm to the magnificence of Machu Picchu.

Complementing our yoga and meditation practice this trip will also offer a spiritual and cultural adventure for mind, body and soul. We will visit famous Incan sites, contemplate at places of power, and visit local markets and artisan’s shops and spend a night in fascinating Cusco City.

The journey will culminate at Machu Picchu, the ancient capital of the Inca Empire, the City of Light with its mysterious ruins and natural wonders.

The cost of this trip is $3500. For more information please visit our travel page, or email: suddha@mindspring.com
Due to the exclusive nature of this retreat, high season, flights and hotel selection depends on availability. Early booking is essential. 

If you wish additional assistance, please contact:  info@willkatika.com

Yoga classes will be taught by Suddha Weixler, (E-RYT500, YACEP), including meditation, and talks on the history of yoga and its philosophy.  Suddha began studying yoga in 1978 on his first visit to India.  He spent eight years in a monastic environment learning the classical system.  He was certified in 1984 and is the Director of the Chicago Yoga Center.  Initiated into Raja Yoga and Meditation in 1982 by Swami Narayanananda, his training includes classical Hatha, the Iyengar method,  Ashtanga Yoga with Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in South India and Vinyasa Krama of Sri T. Krishnamacharya as taught by Srivatsa Ramaswami. Suddha has been an Adjunct Associate Professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago since 1989, and enjoys the art of photography.

On request, Yoga teachers receive 35 hours of Yoga Alliance CEUs.


October 26
November 2