Beyond Baja

Rancho De Las Cruces, Baja Mexico


yoga | adventure | nature 

In collaboration with 

Explore Natural Wonders

When adventure calls do you answer or do you retreat? Lets do both. When diving into adventure, you need stability to know that you are safe to go exploring, trust your gut, answer the call. 

Join us on this adventure anchored in stability. Take advantage of this opportunity to explore Baja with like minded people who want to create stability through community, nature, yoga, healthy food, and meditation while cultivating bravery within our practice and our lives as we explore the amazing terrain of Baja.


SLEEP | 7 nights at Rancho de Las Cruces  Resort

YOGA | Daily asana yoga classes, meditation, breath work

EAT | 3 daily healthy, organic meals

ADVENTURE | Whale Watching

                        Swimming with whale sharks

                        Kayaking and Stand Up Paddle Boarding 

                        Hiking and swimming on 10,000 private acres

                       7 Pools hike and meditation

February 24 - March 3, 2018

Todos Santos, Baja

$2,595 Shared Room
$2,995 Private Room
Deposit: $500

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Amy wolff

When practicing with Amy, you are likely to find passion, challenge, fun—and lots of it. Amy’s energetic personality coupled with her down-to-earth, mid-western sense of humor and stable values makes her a triple threat of power, ease and warmth. With twenty-eight years of experience studying, practicing and teaching athletics, and with a focus on vinyasa yoga for the past 15 years, Amy is a gifted reader of the body.

She can be found working one-on-one with individuals facing a variety of issues from stress and illness to muscular-skeletal injuries and developmental disabilities, or rocking a FM Friday class for fifty yogis in the studio. She is Co-founder and Director of Education for Renew Yoga’s Registered Yoga School. She continues to feed her fascination with the body as she works toward a Yoga Medicine 1000HR credential with Tiffany Cruikshank. Amy plans to expand her practice into collaborating with doctors and health care practitioners in support of illness and injury.


Kathleen callahan

When Kathleen enters your life, her wish is to help you feel nurtured and beautiful. With a career as a professional aesthetician, becoming a yoga teacher after years of practice has been a joyous experience, permeating her teaching style. She inspires her clients and students to lead a healthy lifestyle, to listen to their individual bodies and needs as they move, allowing their beauty to illuminate their being. Her touch will leave you calm and lightly scented with lavender.


the yoga:              flow

Classes will range from powerful and strengthening, to deeply relaxing and restoring. During active practice, key muscle groups will be realigned and strengthened, focusing on basic postures and breathing. The yoga asanas, or postures, are designed to peel back the residue of our daily lives, and reconnect us to the primal flow of energy occurring naturally within us. During restorative practice, the body is supported by bolsters and other props so that muscle activity can be surrendered, and the benefits of the postures can happen passively as guided meditation helps the nervous system shift gears into the relaxation response, slowing the brain waves to a healing Alpha or Theta frequency.  


Sound healing:

Sound Healing uses the power of sound and vibration to restore one's body, mind and spirit to a sense of balance and harmony.  Imagine receiving a gentle bath of sounds. Your relaxation deepens as your body and heart soak in the subtle vibrations of instruments and singing moving over and around you.  Sound is medicine for your whole being.


The sea

Sea of Cortez

The unique marine life has created a thriving ecosystem; smaller microorganisms attract the diverse small fish, which then attract larger gamefish. Between the waters themselves and the hundreds of islands within, the Sea of Cortez and nearby lagoon Magdalena Bay are active home, birthing, and nesting sites for a large number of marine mammals, birds, and fish, some of which you can only find here. Blue Whales, Humpback Whales, California Gray Whales, Orcas, Manta Ray, and Leatherback Sea Turtles migrate annually to the area, and it’s not unlikely to spot a Vaquina Porpoise speeding alongside your boat or kayak

Whale Watching

Every year between late December and mid-March thousands of gray whales make their annual migration through the Pacific Ocean. It is a spectacular event. During these months it is possible to see these magnificent creatures and experience one of the world’s most memorable wildlife adventures.



The Land


Naturalists from around the world are attracted to the area’s sheer diversity; desert flora and fauna, mangrove estuaries, and the coastal shorelines make up the intriguing terrain. The area provides nesting sites and migratory habitat for about 210 bird species (both terrestrial and marine) and a number of endemic species, including the world's largest cactus, blacktailed jack rabbit, ground squirrel and a variety of reptiles.

Valleys covered in the thousands of desert plant varieties lead to ravines and stream beds, the site of primitive cave and gorge paintings and carvings.  The unique alluvial plains, dramatic cliffs, and waterside wonders make Azul de Cortez and the Baja peninsula a flourishing tropical ecosystem. Explore10,000 acres of Las Cruse's private, pristine coastline, breathtaking trails, and mountain pools.



Whale Watching

Every year between late December and mid-March thousands of gray whales make their annual migration through the Pacific Ocean. It is a spectacular event. During these months it is possible to see these magnificent creatures and experience one of the world’s most memorable wildlife adventures.

Kayaking and SUP

Las Cruses provides a fleet of sea kayaks and stand up paddle boards guests can take exploring. These water toys are a great way to get up close and personal with the diverse and exciting sea life. 



Historic Rancho de las Cruces is an all inclusive Baja beach resort on a natural sanctuary of more than 10,000 acres and 7 miles of private pristine coastline. This is the perfect place to get away from it all, unwind, and recharge. This secluded ranch along the Sea of Cortez has beautiful luxury accommodations  and 24 hour staff to attend to every detail.

Each room is decorated in the old world Mexican colonial tradition with hand carved furnishings with king, queen or double beds. All guest rooms include bathrooms adorned with hand painted Mexican talavera tile. In the evenings a romantic wood burning fireplace can be lit upon request. These rooms are surrounded by terraces, with views of desert and tropical gardens with ocean vistas and soothing afternoon breezes. Walk out onto the poolside gazebo, sunbathe, or relax in the comfort of chaise lounges, and find true tranquility.  

There are 3 tennis courts, one paddle tennis court, golf driving range with simulated play, putting green, par course which provides scientifically balanced exercise, croquet courts, horse shoes, shuffleboard, skeet shooting, sporting clays, volleyball court, table tennis, badminton, and swimming pools.


Delicious Farm to Table Cuisine

Las Cruces chefs create delicious, healthy, customized meals. The menu changes daily for a variety of Baja’s freshest fare. Most of the ingredients are procured right here on the property’s huerta, where vegetables and fruits are cultivated and picked day-of for your enjoyment. Whatever your request may be, the kitchen staff will be happy to help satisfy the craving.




Our retreat to Baja begins and ends at Rancho Del Las Crusas. Fly into La Paz (LAP) for the shortest ground transfer, a quick 45 minutes away. Flights to La Paz are few and far between for those flying from anywhere other than the southwestern United States or other parts of Mexico. Life Force suggests flying into Los Cabos (SJD). The drive from the Los Cabos airport to Las Cruces is 3 hours and we will organize a shuttle to the retreat location for $75 round trip per person.

Suggested Flight Itinerary from SFO:
United Flight # 1761  February 24, 2018   
Departing SFO 8:30 am
Arriving Cabo San Lucas (SJD) 12:40 pm

United 1195 March 3, 2018
Departing Cabo San Lucas (SJD) 5:00 pm
Arriving SFO 7:15 pm


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A valid passport is required for all foreign visitors to Mexico. In preparation for your trip, please read our Travel Planning Guide for important tips and information. Life Force recommends purchasing "Cancel For Any Reason"  travel insurance in the unlikely event of a trip cancellation due to low enrollment.

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