Personalized Retreats with Felicitas

 ( Booking now fort period between 7/20 and 8/30 2019) 

Do you long for a break  away from your daily life  and immerse yourself in new and inspiring surroundings?

Do you want to take time to deepen or learn contemplative practices and discover the magic of a unique town considered one of the most beautiful towns in the world?

Do you want to explore the next phase of your life with the support of  a coach, meditation, Yoga /Chi Kung Instructor and energy healer?

Do you want to travel on your own, but welcome the support of a somebody on site who  can assist you in navigating a new town and culture and also learn or deepen contemplative practices?

Have you gone through a transition and need time to regroup, rest and get inspired? 

A stay at Casita Tibet and with the support of Felicitas can allow for all of this ! 

You will have the opportunity to discuss your vision for your time away  ahead of time by phone or in person ( if in WNY )  during two meetings/phonecalls: during the  first conversation ( 30 minutes) you  will explore if a retreat at  Casita Tibet is a good fit for your needs. You will have an additional conversation  after you  book, during which details will be finalized.

Casita Tibet is located in San Miguel de Allende, a magical town located at the heart of Mexico in the state of Guanajuato. The casita is named Casita Tibet because of Tibet’s association with magical qualities of wonder, mystery and refuge among many other things. Similarly to Tibet San Miguel is located on high plains infused by ancient traditions of indigenous cultures. In the area around town there are stunning ancient ruins ( Canada de la Virgen) and  a series of hot springs and a botanical garden.                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

 At 6000 feet of elevation it has an ideal climate of dry heat during the day and fresh  temperatures during the night. Designated as a Unesco Heritage Site San Miguel de Allende is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Mexico and in the world , and is a place of inspiration  and refuge for artists , seekers and adventurers.

The casita  is on the ground floor of a two story building. It has a bedroom, living room, bathroom, kitchen and healing arts room. Every rooms has  windows or doors leading onto a  lovely patio with a fountain, traditional adobe oven  and lush plants. The Casita is walking distance to the center of town and no car is required to get to the center of town.

Casita Colibri, Felicitas’s family living quarters are on the second floor of the same building, with a separate entrance, creating  privacy for each quarter and at the same time allows Felicitas to be available on site during retreats.

Cost of retreats depend on the specific needs and wishes of each guest and you can choose from a basic version to a full support retreat.

Retreats usually are for 7 days, 8 nights. Capacity 1 to 2 people. 

 Best airports to fly to: Leon, BJX, GTO (one hour and 15 minutes drive to San Miguel) or Mexico City (3 hours drive to San Miguel). Very reasonable shuttle services available for both airports through Vaijes San Miguel. Contact directly with your flight information at  


Email Felicitas to schedule a consultation  at:


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“I want to first thank you for your openness to receive me in Casita Tibet. I did, in fact, gain enormous insight into the recipes for a calm and insightful heart and mind. Since arriving home I have incorporated what we discussed and integrated these insights into my daily life. I will deepen these understandings with further introspection and practice. San Miguel is magical! Guided by your compassionate coaching and nurtured by the welcoming environment of Casita Tibet I have come back home with much more peace in my heart.” – K. Trent – August 2018

” As you ring,what batters you becomes your strength.
 Move back and forth into the change.
What is it like, such intensity of pain?
If the drink is bitter, turn yourself to wine”

( from the Sonnets to Orpheus II, 29)        Rainer Maria Rilke