Join world renowned artists MC YOGI and Amanda Giacomini for their 7th annual retreat. As they journey back to Sansara Resort, and you too can swim in a sea of stars. Dive deeper into your practice and into authentic living in Cambutal, Panama.
Invest in yourself, and allow this inspirational duo guide you through a memorable week in Panama.
We suggest all guests arrive in Panama City (PTY) on Saturday, December 28th. This gives you one day/night to explore the historic district of Panama (Casco Viejo). On Sunday, December 29th between 8:30-9:00am the included transportation will pick you up from one of the recommended hotels in Casco Viejo, see below, to proceed to the included private domestic air transfer.
Please note: on the return, we suggest also enjoying an extra night in Panama City. If you need to fly out, please book a flight no earlier than 6:00pm on Saturday January 4th. The included transportation on the return, from Sansara to Panama City’s drop off takes place at the same recommended hotels. Airport transportation is not included.
Nicolas Giacommi, known most commonly as MC YOGI has an inspiring life story worth sharing, from living in a group home for at-risk youth to becoming a renowned yoga teacher and musical innovator, MC YOGI is on a mission to bring good music and good energy into the world. Having grown up immersed in hip hop culture before finding yoga in his teens, he naturally began to integrate the two, setting yogic wisdom to hip hop beats. The result was a compelling new sound and series of successful albums. His first three records were all #1 on iTunes World Music and his latest, Ritual Mystical, was #1 on Electronic Music. He has since toured the world many times over headlining at every major yoga festival. In 2017 HarperOne published his memoir, Spiritual Graffiti, which won a silver Nautilus award for best memoir. When MC YOGI is not on tour, he lives with his wife Amanda and teaches at their studio, Point Reyes Yoga, in Northern California. For more about MC YOGI visit mcyogi.com
Amanda Giacomini, known by many in the yoga and art world as 10,000 Buddhas, is a skill-full artist, yoga teacher and gifted storyteller. Her 10,000 Buddhas project was inspired by ancient Buddhist artwork in the Ajanta caves in India. This experience sparked an awakening which led her on a mission to paint 10,000 Buddhas. Now 10,000+ later, 10,000 Buddhas has become a worldwide, highly sought after art project, including large scale murals, fine art paintings, works on paper, and apparel. She’s taught yoga everywhere from prestigious art museums & yoga conferences, to The White House and the Forbidden City in China. She’s not on tour with her husband MC YOGI you can find her at home in Northern California, where she teaches regular weekly classes at her studio Point Reyes Yoga. For more about Amanda visit 10000buddhas.com.
Did you know? Amanda's very first international mural was completed here at Sansara in our open-aired yoga shala. We feel so blessed with the presence of these Buddhas watching over all our yogis.