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This place is for the ones interested in yoga. Yoga has 12 branches, from way of life, diet, philosophy, etc. to the asanas or exercises. We will learn together sharing the experience.
We do some light work to take care of our basic needs and lead an organic life out of the grid.
There are not rigid rules or schedules. The only exception is not animal flesh eating while here. So you can be flexible.
Usually I wake up early with the light of the day, take a snack, attend the cow and do some work. Around 11 am, we watch some video about the Vedic culture, meditate for a while and do the asanas. Then we have lunch and do some reading from our small library and then work a little more and at the end of the day we watch a Video and retire.
We cook and have meals as we like, fruits and vegetables are freely available.
This is an organic agricultural farm of coffee, bananas, avocados and other fruits, with a cow for milk and an orchard for vegetables and a lot of virgin pure water. Vegetarianism is practiced. There are 6 rooms made of brick and an area for camping under a roof of more than 5,000 square feet. An area for Yoga and Videos and we have some light work to reconnect with mother earth and for our basic needs of living.
-This area is in a tourist road to Machu Pichu, the Amazon jungle and diverse ancient archeological sites, locally this is a small agricultural area producing tea, coffee and fruits.
-If wanted I can provide guaranteed contacts with tourist guides to take tourists as far as Titicaca lake or a master of the Andean Cosmovision as well as one on the Mayan Cosmovision in Guatemala. This is a tourist commercially ridden market with no much legitimacy, so it is good to get the right contacts.
Cooking / shopping
Help with Eco project
Help in the house
Help with Computers / internet
-The Workawayer will benefit by living an organic Vedic life away from the stress of the modern world and practicing the relaxed simple life with basic needs self-supported in a healing atmosphere.
We will share the experience and learn from nature, we will share videos on the Vedic, Andean and Mayan traditions as well as practice meditation and yoga from the original Vedic and Agamic tradition of Hinduism.
The Workawayer can help in the daily farm activities, attending the orchard, collecting fruits, attending the cow, cooking, making milk products and small building and installing useful things as needed in whatever voluntarily they want to involve themselves.
We have a few brick rooms which are in use and others that can be re-accommodated, we have some tents under a roof, mattresses and linen, a kitchen.
-We have also a camping roofed large area that can accommodate a few tens of people.
-All the food is produced here in an organic way.
-Disclaimer: a) We do not provide any insurance, so Workawayers either get their own or come at their own risk, there are no special risks involved here and I don´t have any insurance, I only stay safe always.
B) We do not recommend use of Ayawaska or other ceremonial practices or take responsibility for their uses.
We are close to the main archeological sites in Perú and to the Amazon jungle.
This is on an inter-provincial road with no street numbers, this town Sicre is a small place. Coming from Cusco is a 4 or 5 hours ride towards Quillabamba and 50 meters after crossing the Sicre bridge there is our sign at a blue gate.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week
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