Skip to main content


Mexico: A Tapestry of Healing Traditions and Rich History

Located between the sparkling waters of the Caribbean Sea and the mighty Pacific Ocean, Mexico is a land of enchantment, where history, culture, and healing energies converge in a vibrant tapestry.

Tulum: Ancient Ruins by the Sea

Tulum, where ancient Mayan ruins perch on the cliffs overlooking the turquoise waters of the Caribbean. This archaeological wonder, once a thriving seaport, carries the echoes of a civilization deeply attuned to the cycles of the cosmos. The Mayans believed in the healing powers of celestial alignment, and Tulum’s position on the 20th parallel offers a unique connection to the Earth’s energy. As you explore the ruins and stand before El Castillo, the imposing pyramid that served as a ceremonial center, you’ll sense the ancient wisdom that flows through the land. The Mayan sweat lodges, or temazcales, still used for purifying rituals, provide an opportunity to cleanse both body and spirit.

Chichen Itza

Further inland, the sacred city of Chichen Itza beckons with its enigmatic pyramids and ball courts. This UNESCO World Heritage site was a hub of Mayan spirituality and astronomical knowledge. El Castillo, also known as the Temple of Kukulkan, is famed for its equinox phenomenon when shadows cast upon it resemble a serpent descending—a symbol of renewal and transformation. Chichen Itza’s cenote, or natural sinkhole, is another source of energy and healing. The Mayans considered cenotes as portals to the underworld, places where they could communicate with their ancestors and deities. Taking a refreshing dip in these crystalline waters is not only revitalizing but also spiritually uplifting.

San Miguel de Allende: Colonial Charm and Artistry

Nestled in the highlands of central Mexico, San Miguel de Allende is a colonial gem known for its artistic spirit and healing energies. This charming town boasts colorful streets, historic churches, and a thriving arts scene. Many visitors are drawn to the town’s warm, welcoming atmosphere and its reputation as a hub for holistic wellness. San Miguel’s vibrant energy has attracted artists, writers, and spiritual seekers for generations. You can partake in yoga and meditation retreats, explore local artisan markets, and even indulge in traditional Mexican healing therapies like temazcal ceremonies and Reiki sessions.

Teotihuacan: The City of the Gods

Just outside Mexico City lies Teotihuacan, an ancient metropolis shrouded in mysticism. The Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon, two colossal structures, dominate the landscape. Teotihuacan’s name, which means “the place where the gods were created,” hints at its profound spiritual significance. Climbing these pyramids allows you to connect with the energy of this ancient city and gain a deeper understanding of the Teotihuacanos’ spiritual beliefs. The Avenue of the Dead, flanked by temples and palaces, serves as a pathway to the heavens, fostering a sense of transcendence and healing.

Oaxaca: Land of Indigenous Wisdom

In the southern state of Oaxaca, indigenous traditions and natural beauty converge. The Zapotec and Mixtec peoples have called this region home for centuries, preserving their ancestral knowledge and healing practices. Oaxaca City, with its vibrant markets and colonial architecture, serves as a gateway to this world of ancient wisdom. The surrounding villages offer glimpses into traditional healing modalities. Hierve el Agua, a set of petrified waterfalls, is believed to have curative properties, while nearby Temazcal experiences provide purification and spiritual renewal. Oaxaca’s cuisine, often prepared with local medicinal herbs, nourishes both body and soul.

Photos in order by: Andres Sanz, Jhovani Morales, Jezael Melgoza, Gabino De Oro, Adrianna, Alex Azabache, Dux Camp, Ali Alcántara, Frank Roller, Vladimir Miranda, Tommy Milanese, Frank Roller