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In this retreat we are going to delve into chanting as medicine, letting devotion and gratitude guide us. Through the philosophy of yoga, the ancestral knowledge, the contemplation of nature, the sharing of the circle and self-inquiry, we are going to let that deep love that is our true nature grow in us.

A beautiful weekend of Yoga, Shamanic Sound and ceremonies awaits us in a natural environment on the outskirts of the city.

This retreat is the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in nature, contemplation and tranquility, experiencing 2 nights and 3 days to live and share in community.


Yoga practices and Sound therapies will support the process of self-knowledge and deep inner listening. The healing powers of music will help you open your voice and find your freedom of expression. In this retreat we will use the vibrational energy of Sound and the practice and philosophy of Yoga in its different steps (asana, pranayama, mantra, concentration, meditation and relaxation) to heal and nourish the body, mind and soul.


You will experience the beauty of the simplest things in life: moving, breathing, sharing, singing, dancing, relaxing, being present and in a state of peace, which is our true nature. This experience of self-knowledge will give you tools to use in your daily life. You do not need to have experience in any of these disciplines. Our transformation retreat will take place in the magical setting of a beautiful house with a large park with trees, fresh air and the song of birds. The retreat food is vegan, 100% homemade and delicious. Our idea is that you also learn about new ways of feeding yourself.


Come to connect with yourself and nature, making your intentions and manifesting your gifts! If you are ready for a powerful transformation, this retreat is for you.


- Practices of Vinyasa Yoga and Yoga Nidra.


- Pranayama: traditional breathing techniques that calm the mind and raise energy.


- Guided meditations.


- Sanamúsica Session: Shamanic Sound Ceremony. Sacred Sound Experience through the vibrations of ethnic instruments.


- Kirtan, vocal laboratory and chanting of mantras. Bhakti Yoga, the Yoga of devotion.

- Cocoa Ceremony and Ecstatic Dance.


- Circles to share.


- Medicine music and fire ceremony.

- Art and healing.


- Silence: moments to work on the absence of words and introspection.


- Homemade and delicious vegan food, by our chef @comidavegetal.


- Free time to explore nature, enjoy the pool, sleep, write, contemplate.


(No previous experience in any of these practices is necessary)


- Yoga mat  

- Comfortable clothes

- Swimwear


- Grooming items. Sunscreen and repellent


- Cushion


- Notebook and pen


- Blanket to cover yourself in relaxations and/or meditations


- Grass blanket


- White clothes for ceremony


We will receive them on Friday 07/01. Arrival time is at 9.30. The first activity of the retreat is at 10:30 am.


The retreat ends on Sunday 09/01 at 17 pm.


Our home is a space at the service of the awakening of the collective consciousness. Every detail is full of love and dedication, designed to be a space for enjoyment and community connection.

By choosing this house to make a retreat, instead of a hotel, we value simplicity and community life, where we all co-create the energy that sustains the sacred space.


In a farm with 4000 meters of green space, we have the blessing of being able to contemplate a great diversity of plants, parks and trees. All the elements coexist harmoniously and among them, fire brings us all together to sing around it.


Ingeniero Maschwitz is a town in the Escobar party, in the Province of Buenos Aires. It is located 47 km from the city of Buenos Aires. Approximately 30-40 minute drive.


This is a natural refuge, with a natural environment native to the Delta and characteristic of wetlands. The song of the birds, the sunsets of incredible colors among the trees and the breeze of fresh air, bring peace and harmony to all who come.

Maschwitz is developing as a sustainable and alternative town. Artists, a wide variety of spiritual proposals, as well as agroecology and the desire to lead a life close to the simple and natural coexist here.


By car: by Panamericana, take route 9, get off at Route 26.

Public transport: Ingeniero Maschwitz train station, or bus line 60.

If you come by car and want to share a place with other participants, we can coordinate and maximize space and travel.


All prices for the 3-day, 2-night package are per person and include accommodation, all meals, and all activities.



Accommodation in a room for 4 people with bunk beds + meals + activities = value per person $35,000


Accommodation in a room for 2 people with a bunk bed + food + activities = value per person $37,000


Accommodation in a room for 2 people with single beds (with the possibility of making them a double bed) + meals + activities = value per person $40,000.

All bathrooms are shared.


Registration is made by paying the full value of the retreat.

Capacity is limited to only 8 participants. The retreat is intimate and cared for.


Payments in cash (Palermo, San Isidro or Maschwitz area) or by bank transfer. Request bank account information and more information by writing to


Reservations are non-refundable. They can be transferred to another participant.


Sabina Greenberg

Sabina is a Yoga Instructor, interpreter and composer of devotional music and medicine music, writer of texts and stories that inspire to live a life from the spiritual.

Since 2014, he travels to India every year to study with various spiritual teachers, absorbing the wisdom of the East and recounting his journeys "outwards and inwards".

Sabina appreciates the inspiration of her excellent teachers, from whom she has synthesized self-knowledge practices through Yoga, with dynamic practices of asana, mantra chanting, sound, pranayama, meditation, concentration and devotional practices. His main asana teaching styles are Vinyasa Yoga and Hatha Yoga. Self-inquiry is present in each session, following the guidelines of the Advaita-Vedanta philosophy.

With a mission to help people find freedom by remembering their true essence, Sabina uses the chanting of sacred mantras and traditional shamanic medicine music to explore liberation through the sung voice.

Sobre mi formación


Practico Yoga hace 15 años y hace 8 años que comparto las enseñanzas con alumnos.

Luego de practicar en diversas escuelas de Buenos Aires durante 6 años, decidí empezar a profundizar en mi formación en el Yoga.

Así fue como en el 2014 me formé con Lorraine Taylor en The Yoga Barn, en Bali, con el curso “Viajes Sagrados Hacia el Yoga”. Lorraine me introdujo al Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga y a los estudios de Kundalini Tantra Yoga y los chakras. También me introdujo al Bhakti Yoga y al Femenino Sagrado. Estudié Yin Yoga con Tina Nance en Bali.

En el 2015 hice el curso de primer nivel de Agama Yoga, escuela de Kundalini Tantra Yoga, en Tailandia.

En el 2015 estudié Yoga terapia con Gastón Mori y el osteópata Martin Gallego en Buenos Aires.

En el 2015 co- creé el proyecto Yoga & Sonido con Juan Pablo Barone Gea, con quien hicimos talleres y 18 retiros llevando a grupos a viajes en la naturaleza y dándoles herramientas para conectarse con su mundo espiritual.  Juan Pablo Barone Gea me introdujo a las prácticas de Sonido Sagrado, y desde entonces acompaño su proyecto de sanación con instrumentos étnicos llamado "Sanamúsica".

En el 2016 completé el Profesorado de Nivel I con Fernando Calviño y Alexa Traugott, en el cual practicamos el estilo Iyengar en asanas y profundizamos en las enseñanzas de Satyananda Yoga, siguiendo el programa de la Bihar School of Yoga de India en el estudio de diversas prácticas de expansión de la energía sutil, como pranayamas, mantras, Yoga Nidra, mudras, visualizaciones.

En el mismo año completé el instructorado de Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga con Alejandro Chiarella. 

En el 2017 y 2019 asistí  a las temporadas completas de satsangs en Rishikesh y al Festival Internacional de Yoga en India. En 2017 tomé mis primeras clases de armonio y canto de mantras con Neeti de Devi Music Ashram, en Rishikesh. Desde entonces comparto Kirtans y Bhajans en diferentes encuentros.

En el 2018 viajé a Inglaterra a hacer un curso de especialización con Lorraine Taylor sobre Bhakti Yoga y Jnana Yoga.

En el 2018 continué con la práctica de Ashtanga Yoga con Sharmila Desai, con quien practiqué las últimas dos temporadas en Goa, India. 

Entre el 2014 y 2020 viajé todos los años a India, para visitar Ashrams, sentarme en satsangs con distintos maestros espirituales, estudiar con todos los maestros internacionales posibles y asistir a festivales espirituales. 

En 2020 completé el Profesorado Nivel II en la escuela Siddhi Yoga de Fernando Calviño y Alexa Traugott, basado en el estudio de los cuerpos sutiles. Profundizamos en el estudio de chakra sadhana, pranayamas, bandhas, kriyas, Yoga Nidra, etc. siguiendo la tradición del Kundalini Tantra Yoga. También realizé el curso de Yoga Tibetano, Tsa Lung, las sílabas guerreras.

En 2021 empecé a dictar la formación en Mantras y Canto Sagrado junto a Gea.

Mi prioridad siempre ha sido mi propia práctica y búqueda espiritual, y es desde ese lugar de experiencia propia que comparto con los demás, buscando ser fiel a las raíces del Yoga.

Actualmente soy estudiante de Sánscrito, en la Agrupación Argentina de Sánscrito y estudiante de Jyotish, en el Centro Latinoamericano de Estudios Védicos.

¡Te espero con amor y alegría de compartir este camino!,


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