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9XW6+64 Paso del Obispo, Veracruz, Mexico
(228) 3053710


Kiekari Terra is a private reserve in a cloud forest, which is a biodiverse and endangered ecosystem, and a vital water source. It has a high population of endemic animal species and Kiekari alone houses 225 bird species. Last September 2016, it was selected as one of the top three finalists in the #NatureForAll Greenhouse competition at the IUCN World Conservation Congress.

Kiekari Terra facilitates various activities, trainings, and retreats that will allow you to become closer to yourself and to nature. They offer 100 and 200-hour yoga teacher training, permaculture, somatic therapy, and kambo retreats. Their programs can help you release stress, tension, and trauma. Vegetarian or vegan food, and tent accommodation is included in their packages.

Their yoga teacher training program is designed to deepen one’s personal practice. You will learn about anatomy, physiology, somatic education, and movement science. The program provides support and materials to establish a strong basis for teaching yoga and movement in a manner that is comfortable for both the educator and their students. It covers teaching techniques for Hatha Yoga and Flow classes that can be tailored to the educator’s preferences.

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About Veracruz

Situated on the eastern coast of Mexico, Veracruz is admired for its diverse geography, which includes beaches, lush tropical jungles, and towering mountains. The state boasts a long stretch of coastline along the Gulf of Mexico, which allows you to enjoy the warm waters, sunbathing, and opportunities for water sports and recreation. The state’s colonial architecture, busy streets, and lively atmosphere attract visitors from around the world. The historic center, known as the “Zocalo,” features landmarks such as the San Juan de Ulúa Fortress, the Municipal Palace, and the Portal de Miranda. Veracruz is also known for its vibrant music and dance traditions, particularly the son jarocho, a style of music characterized by lively rhythms and intricate guitar playing. The city hosts the annual Cumbre Tajín festival, which showcases traditional music, dance, and indigenous culture. The state offers a rich culinary heritage, with dishes that combine indigenous, Spanish, and Afro-Caribbean influences. Seafood plays a prominent role in the local cuisine, and popular dishes include the traditional Veracruz-style red snapper, huachinango a la Veracruzana, and the spicy shrimp stew, caldo de camarón. In terms of natural beauty, Veracruz boasts diverse ecosystems and protected areas. The state is home to the Cofre de Perote and Pico de Orizaba volcanoes, the highest peaks in Mexico. Veracruz also boasts several national parks, such as the Los Tuxtlas Biosphere Reserve, which is known for its rainforests, mangroves, and diverse wildlife.

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