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FEBRUARY 13-16, 2020 |



WHAT to expect

Here's a sample of schedule of what to expect during the BLRC retreat  


Welcome! Once all the ladies are checked in to the hotel, they will all
proceed to a welcome dinner with drinks and live music.

The rest of the evening will be for the ladies to connect and get
ready for the days ahead.


Morning yoga and a light/healthy breakfast followed by workshops and sessions.
All ladies will have the opportunity to participate in a traditional cooking class and mescal tasting. Throughout the day you will have time to unplug, connect, meditate, and relax.  In the evening you'll attend a group dinner and community building event exclusive to the attendees. 


Morning yoga and a light/healthy breakfast
Half-day Mayan ruins tour at the Archaeological site of Tulum, group photo, free time to explore and swim in the white - sand beach beach below the ruins.
After an afternoon break, workshops and sessions will begin. Followed an optional night of dancing in town.


Morning yoga session, followed by our final breakfast.
Boss Ladies Referral staff will give final speeches and
Lead a reflection & guided goal setting workshop during our meal.

What's Included

  • 4 Days, 3 nights at Boutique Hotel 

  • 10+ Hours of breakout sessions

  • Professional Photographer/Videographer

  • Guided Half-day Ruins Tour

  • Round - trip Airport Transfer 

  • Mini Lifestyle Photoshoot

  • Welcome Dinner + Drink

  • Mexican Cooking Class 

  • 3 Breakfasts, 2 Dinners

  • On-Site Coordinator

  • Daily Yoga

  • & much more

NOt Included

  • Plane Ticket (Budget approx. $250 - $800)

  • Trip insurance mandatory (budget approx. $70)

  • Meals not mentioned (Budget approx. $75)

  • Alcohol 

  • Misc expenses (tips, taxis, etc.)

  • Optional Activities​

Collaboration Over Competion

THings to Know

  • There aren’t any direct flights into the city of Tulum. You’ll have to fly into Cancun (CUN) and take a 90 minute car ride to get to our hotel. Your package includes shuttle service to and from the airport.

  • This trip requires a moderate level of activity. We will be swimming, walking, biking and standing for long periods of time. 

  • You’re going to a small town that borders the beach on one side and the jungle on the other. The weather is generally hot and humid. Bring sandals, bathing suits, light clothing, sunglasses, sunscreen, and anything else you’d generally pack for the beach. Beach chic approved!

  • Make sure to bring cash and carry it constantly. For the best rates, avoid the airports, you’ll get better rates at your current bank, or at exchange places with cash on hand. You can use an ATM, but be prepared for alternatives just it doesn’t work for whatever reason. 

  • Tulum is the ultimate bike-friendly town. You can rent a bike and ride along the main street to see all of the little shops and enjoy biking beach-side. Otherwise, you’ll use taxis, which are very cheap. 

  • Tulum is a health and wellness focused area. Full of yoga and green juice areas. Your stay includes daily yoga, as well as a healthy vegan & vegetarian friendly breakfast every morning, but when you got out for lunch you’ll have access to many healthy options too.

  • Brush up on your Spanish, por favor! Tulum is such a popular international tourist destination, English is generally understood there. However, you’re in Mexico, a Spanish-speaking country! Not everyone you encounter will speak English, so it’s a good idea (and respectful of the people who live there) to brush up on your Spanish or learn some basic conversational phrases so that you’re able to communicate with locals. If you have any dietary restrictions or food allergies, it would be useful to make a note of these translations.

  • Tulum can get very crowded with international tourists and local vendors. It is common for vendors to approach tourists on the street or beach with several wares in tow. This can annoy many travelers, but politely say "no, gracias" and they will move on

  • While Mexico has experienced a surge in drug-related violence, Tulum has remained a relatively safe travel destination. Travelers should exercise common sense when traveling in the downtown area:  for example, don't walk around alone at night. The buddy system is still a very effective safety measure at night.

Your investment: $1300

Initial deposit of  $250 required to hold a spot.

All rooms double occupancy

Payment plans start at $117 per month. 

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