This Drunk Yoga Retreat Includes Cocktails and Astrology Readings On the Beach
It's basically the ultimate getaway for millennial travelers.
If you want to get healthy in the new year, but aren't quite ready for intense hot yoga at 8 a.m., you're in luck.
Eli Walker, astrologist and founder of Drunk Yoga, created a special retreat at Haven Riviera Cancun in Mexico as part of a collaboration with travel company CheapCaribbean, reports Lonely Planet. The New Year, Do You Retreat allows guests to focus on their mental and physical health while also imbibing on delicious drinks and getting their astrological birth charts read. This might actually be the ultimate getaway for millennial travelers. (Here's what you can actually expect from Drunk Yoga.)
The retreat includes airfare, hotel accommodations, yoga classes with cocktails from a curated menu, one-on-one astrological readings, sober sunrise yoga, workshops to help you get to know the inner you, and a copy of Walker's book, according to Lonely Planet.
In addition, guests can personalize their experience by choosing yoga classes on the beach, playing games, and participating in other activities, which will be constructed after Walker meets with each guest to give them their chart readings, per Lonely Planet. And of course, you'll get to socialize with a group of like-minded people. (Related: The Best Workout for Your Zodiac Sign)
"This retreat is for the 'spiritually-curious' folks who perhaps aren't quite ready to take the plunge into a full, 10-day vegan yoga and meditation retreat/cleanse, but are ready to dive a little deeper into understanding themselves and their relationship to the universe in a fun, pressure-free environment," Walker told Lonely Planet.
Prices for the New Year, Do You Retreat begin at $899 per person. Retreat dates are from February 20 to February 23, and all bookings must be made by January 31.
In order to book, use the promo code DOYOU when checking out. For more information or to book your trip, visit the retreat page on the CheapCaribbean website. A full, day-by-day itinerary is also available.
This story originally appeared on TravelandLeisure.com by Andrea Romano.