04 JANUARY 2019 – 06 JANUARY 2019
At The Sanctuary, San Marcos, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
The Tantric Opening is an introduction to The Tantric Way Series, a carefully designed and spontaneous process of transformation and awakening.
Learn tools to transform your relationship with life by cultivating intimacy with yourself, deepen intimacy with romantic and sexual partners and create intimacy among co-creators and peers. Intimacy creates a container of trust in which you feel safe to strip off conditioned layers, revealing the essence of who you are.
In this safe container, you are empowered to step into true freedom; a moment-to-moment way of being. True intimacy gives you the tools to realize the intention of tantra: to weave the individual self with the universal self.
$175 Early Registration Tuition until December 8th
$225 Regular Tuition
A $75 deposit deposit holds your spot
Gaia is raw, authentic and fiery. Her life’s passion is to serve the evolution of individual and collective potential. Gaia embodies aliveness and presence. She inspires others to break through conditioning, to find freedom and aliveness, while living a life of meaningful service.
Gaia skillfully integrates training in modalities such as Tantra, Yoga, Psychology, Systemic Constellation, Breath Therapy, and Trauma Healing, with her diverse life experience as an intentional community founder, mobile entrepreneur, dancer, lover, natural builder and permaculturalist.
In her work as a personal transformational facilitator, Gaia has developed multiple curriculums for personal transformation. The most notable among them is The Tantric Way Series, a three week intensive process of healing, transformation, and awakening. Gaia “Holds Space Like a Mother #^@%*&” and is renowned for her keen perception and presence as a transformational group process leader.
In her work as a planetary transformational facilitator, Gaia is the co-founder of InanItah, an impactful earth based spiritual community on Isla de Ometepe, Nicaragua. Gaia shares her passion for playful irreverence and persistent dedication during the InanItah Fire Season. Gaia is currently developing Calli, an intercultural Ecovillage project also on Isla de Ometepe, Nicaragua.