Retreat to Tulum, Mexico with OULA Fitness


  • Open to all women- no OULA experience required!


  • A 5-night, all-inclusive retreat in Tulum, Mexico with accommodations at Maya Tulum (https://mayatulum.com/)
  • Four days of soul work and self-exploration through movement, music, connection and nature. We will dance, journal, create art and reconnect with our true purpose, gifts and soul’s desires.  Each day we will spend about six hours together as a group, and the rest is yours to rest, explore, or take advantage of the world class spa.
  • Included in your stay: shuttle to and from the Cancun airport (dependent on arrival and departure times), accommodations, all meals, classes and activities.


  • October 6-11, 2018


Maya Tulum Resort is located an hour and a half south of Cancun on the Riviera Maya in the Eastern Caribbean on the Yucatan Peninsula. A few footsteps on soft white sand separate your cabanas from the sea.  TRAVEL + LEISURE named Maya Tulum Resort the #2 Destination Spa in the World!


Double Room- $1650 :  A Shared Ocean View Cabana.  Single rooms available on request.

A non-refundable deposit of $500 is required to hold your spot.  The remainder of your balance is due February 1, 2018.


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  1. One person found this helpful
    Kari Bharucha

    I just wish the next one was sooner!

    Kari Bharucha

    I passed up a chance for a last minute spot that opened up shortly before the 1st (2017) OULAcation. I wish I would have just gone for it…I don’t remember the details, cost was one piece I know, as was being away from my husband and kids that long, plus I think like the 2018 Gran Sueño trip, it fell over my daughter’s birthday. She is 5 so that birthday was one of the first where she was actually excited about it. Tbe one time I chose to travel without my husband and the kids was great. Very rejuvenating. Relaxing. I spent a lot of time being alone and quiet. Like most parents, I don’t get either of those much in my daily life, getting more helps ground me. As much as I love being around people, and usually I do and am quite an extrovert, I don’t get much down time. Very little time to draw myself inward in a healthy way. But doing so certainly brings a centering calm.

    Well after attending the recent OULA Immersion Workshop in Minnesota I must say, I AM going on an OULA trip this coming year, and for my own well-being I wish circumstances had been different last year or that I had just done it anyway (even though things did not seem quite right, at that time, to make it happen). Deep down they all sound great. I may just be SUPER extravagant and treat myself to a year of OULA specific travel. My heart and soul love to travel, to wander, explore and experience a variety of journies. I grew up that way. My husband on the other hand hates traveling for work, dislikes being away from home and home routines, generally gets anxious with travel, and has a pretty darned good time once he is actually on vacation (if it does not involve much moving around from place to place – e.g. one flight one place to stay, day trips are OK) as long as the travel is no more than 5-6 days in length and things mostly go as he planned/envisioned. My mom was a flight attendant. My dad a bartender. My home(s) were not traditional. Besides immigrating to the US his parents are fairly sedate, non-adventurous people, once finding a house in the US they have stayed in that same home. They do not have wanderlust as the adults in my life did. Unlike my parents they are not by nature dreamers. They are planners.

    Traveling frequently for work, getting older, having kids and most likely the combo of the 3 has my husband less and less inclined to travel these days.

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  2. One person found this helpful

    5 out of 5 Amazing


    I attended the first Oula retreat, and loved it. When I left, I knew a few of the folks as fun instructors, but I didnt really “know” anyone. I connected deeply with my new friends and myself, ate amazing food, and of course, danced. It was such a treat and well-worth the investment. Great for all levels of Oula experience and wonderful for a solo traveler. Just go.

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    Ruth King

    5 out of 5 One of my top 10 life decisions

    Ruth King

    This retreat was more wonderful than I ever expected. This is OULA and so much more. I came away from the week with more love for myself, a new perspective on many things, some amazing fun memories, and some new friends who I will have for the rest of my life. Go with an open mind and be ready to make some incredible connections! Cannot recommend this retreat enough!

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  4. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
    Ryann McLain

    5 out of 5 Expansion

    Ryann McLain

    I went to the first retreat and I had no idea what to expect. I had hoped that I would learn how to incorporate the OULA mission into my day to day life and that’s exactly what I learned, plus so much more. I gained a circle of women that I will forever call my soul sisters and a huge life transformation. Do this for yourself. You will dance, eat delicious food, and laugh, yes, but you will also change on a whole being level.

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  5. One person found this helpful
    Christina Garcia

    5 out of 5 Life Changing

    Christina Garcia

    I came to the retreat feeling like I didn’t know anyone and left with an amazing family I call my sisters. I went not knowing exactly what to expect besides tons of OULA but I got so much more. It healed me in a way that I did not think was possible and opened me up to new goals. It was filled with love, reflection, inspiration, dance and don’t forget the “F” word….FOOD!!! It was gorgeous, fun, and unlike anything I ever experienced. Don’t cheat yourself and miss out on this wonderful opportunity. It is worth it ten-fold!!!!!

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  6. Lacie

    5 out of 5 Magical


    I connected with my self and with other women in a way that I ever expected.

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  7. Erin Erickson

    5 out of 5 Transformative

    Erin Erickson

    I went to this retreat not knowing a single person. I ended up leaving this retreat with a circle of women that have become my closest confidants, friends, mentors, sisters. The leaders of the Oula retreat laid the groundwork for me to actually put into motion self-love and empowerment; and the women I met there have continued on this journey together. It is not an understatement to say that this retreat fundamentally changed my perception of myself, other women and how I relate to the world. And I might add, that I am a pragmatic person, prone to skepticism and not inclined to just jump into situations such as a retreat; however, this was likely the single best decision I have made in my adult life. This is not your regular “self-help” retreat. This is on a level beyond that; this retreat embodied that “Oula Magic” that was sustained among women after we left Mexico.

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