Since ancient times, Copal incense has been considered sacred you can smell every where in Tulum. It goes as far back to the Mayan and Aztec cultures. Mass amounts of copal resin were burned atop the Aztec and Mayan pyramids as offerings to the gods and deities. In the Mayan ruins, copal was discovered in the burial grounds, proving its spiritual significance. . . . . . . . . #travelgram#igtravel
OUR 2019 RETREATS ARE NOW LIVE!!! Come move your body. Make space for love. Breathe space into the dark corners of your heart. Make friends for life. Swim in this blue sea. Practice yoga but mostly... Practice loving who you are, for you. 6 days in my favorite place in the world (Aruba!), yoga twice a day, sharing circles, north shore hikes, sailing, meditation, delicious food, intention setting and healing. I can’t wait to hug you! Link in bio for information or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions. x #yogagirl#yogaretreat ...
Long overdue... what a whirlwind summer! Being gone almost every weekend since the end of May lent itself to: Tropical vacay, hiking, weddings, birthdays, new friends and old, sailing, Dodgers games (x2!), camping trips, and butterfly exhibits. . . . #tulum#cenote
Gratitude for all the great people in my life...thanks for the love,support,words of encouragement and patience! This little chicka is counting her blessings🙏💕 @la_martina_tulum #lamartinatulum#billabong