Path of Devotion Haramara
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Path of Devotion Haramara


Path of Devotion. Let’s break this down.

Path: a course or direction in which a person is moving.

The current circumstances may bring forth uncertainty about where we are headed, and we may be unsure of what’s next in our lives. Through this, each new day offers a chance to live fully into our path and bring us more in line with our deepest intentions. The traditional sense of achievements are on pause, allowing us to carve out a path that is in integrity with where we want to place our attention and time.

Devotion: what we devote our time, attention, our life force to.

This is a recommitment to the love and enthusiasm we bring to this life and to each moment.

We'll make space for ten days of deep self study, yoga practice, and falling in love with life again and again.

In this immersion, we deepen our relationship with self through the lens of bhakti — the devotional, heart-centered path of yoga. We will establish a foundation of living our daily life with love and devotion to each breath.

We’ll gather at Haramara Retreat in the jungles of Mexico, where there is plenty of room for social spaciousness, fresh air, ease, and a deep settling into our beings.


This unique 10-day training begins by establishing your svadharma, your own personal path.

Three themes will create a foundation for our practice and study:

  • Sankalpa: Unearthing your deepest intention/soul longing. What am I up to with this precious life resource?
  • Adhikara: Assessing your strengths and your greatest opportunities for growth.
  • Sadhana: Integrating practice and self-study into everyday life. How do I create a personal practice that is sustainable and attainable?

With this deeper understanding of your personal path of yoga, we’ll dive into the training’s core curriculum with experienced guidance from Janet Stone and top-of-their-field guest teachers.

  • Meditation: Slowing the fluctuations of the mind to experience presence
  • Mantra/Chanting: Opening your heart through your voice in a practice of devotion, surrender and clear intention
  • Pranayama: Using the breath to access the subtle body to nourish your life force
  • Asana, alignment, and anatomy: Coming to the physical practice as a means of self-study and honoring of our embodiment
  • Storytelling: Connecting to your own inner archetypes through the power of mythology
  • Philosophy: Exploring the history and philosophy through the practice and discussion

Who this Training is for

This immersion is designed for teachers, aspiring teachers and long-term practitioners of yoga.

Training Details

This training is an in-person elective option for Janet's teacher training program.

Lodging Options

All casitas have a private bathroom with running water dedicated to that cabaña. Spaces are open air, with mosquito nets around each bed.

Some double, triple and quad rooms may be all gender.

  • Dorm: The dorm can accommodate 6-8 individuals, with two bathroom facilities. This is an all gender space.
  • Quad: This is a massive cabaña with space for 4 individuals in twin beds. This is an all gender space.
  • Triple: There are two cabañas with space for 3 individuals in twin beds.
  • Double: Shared room with one other person.
  • Single: This is a cabaña all to yourself.


Enrollment is open. Early rates are in effect through August 1, 2023. A non-refundable $1,008 deposit secures your spot.

Registration & pricing


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Private casita

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Janet Stone

Janet Stone

Janet’s studentship began at 17 under the meditation teachings of Prem Rawat. His reverence for simplicity and finding joy in the rise and fall of life live on in her practice and teaching today. In 1996, she traveled to India, the birthplace of her grandfather, and became dedicated to the path of yoga. Janet blends the alchemy of her own practice with decades of studentship. She aspires not to teach but to allow the practice to emanate from her, letting awareness blend with movement and breath. Based in Bali and San Francisco, she leads immersions, retreats, workshops and more.

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When will the training begin and end?

The training will begin with dinner on October 1 and end with brunch on October 11.

What is the deposit and is it refundable?

The deposit is $1008, and it is non-refundable and non-transferable. Read our cancellation policy.

If there are exceptional circumstances, such as ongoing covid-related restrictions, we will adapt this policy accordingly.

Which airport should I fly into?

Puerto Vallarta (PVR)

When should I arrive/depart?

Please book your flight to arrive by 3 pm on October 1 and to depart after 2 pm on October 11.

How do I get from the airport to the training space and form the training to the airport?

We will work with the team at Haramara to coordinate airport shuttles. Shuttle costs are not included in registration and are paid in cash directly to your driver. Arrival shuttles are around $100 (per shuttle) and departure shuttles are $65 (per shuttle). We will book shuttles for those arriving at similar times, so that the shuttle costs are shared. Typically, we are able to book ~3-4 per shuttle so that the cost is about $25-30 each plus tip. We'll email each group, so you know who you are meeting at the airport, and so that you have a sense of the estimated cost.

Do I need a visa?

Travelers from the United States do not need a visa to enter Mexico.

Is there laundry on-site?

They do not have machines, but they can send laundry out and it will come back clean in 1-2 days for a modest fee.

Just to be sure, what's included in the training fees?

  • Lodging
  • All meals during the training starting with dinner on October 2 and ending with brunch on October 11.
  • All training sessions.
  • Pool and beach access.

What's not included?

  • Airfare to and from your home.
  • Ground transportation ($40-150 per person, depending on how many share the shuttle, see above)
  • Tips to the retreat center staff ($15 per day recommended, shared among those tho make their living supporting your trip; please bring CASH)
  • Incidentals (snacks, laundry, body work
  • Required books (TBD)


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