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Perú... A Land of Magic


Yoga in the Andes

A Spiritual Journey
guided by
Laurent Peyret
Machu Picchu & Sacred Valley & Cusco
March 17 - 28, 2019  *  12 DAYS/ 11 NIGHTS TOUR




During this tour, travelers will have extraordinary exchanges of energies with powerful vortexes of Light only available in the Andes of Perú. You will visit very important Sacred Sites through the Urubamba Valley, also known as the Sacred Valley of the Incas. You will visit Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Killarumiyoq, and Moray. After that, you will take the train from Ollantaytambo to the seventh wonder of the world: Machu Picchu. You will have the opportunity to work with renowned Quero shamans, the Keepers of the Ancient Knowledge. You will work with them in special Ceremonies that will help you come into alignment with the Abundant Mother Earth.


Tour starts on March 17, 2019, upon arrival at Aeropuerto Jorge Chavez in Lima.

Tour Ends on March 28, 2019, upon arrival to Aeropuerto Jorge Chavez in Lima.


Yoga In The Andes

Machu Picchu,

Sacred Valley, 



March 17 -28, 2019

12 Days/11 NightsTOUR

Tour Cost $2,500.00 USD

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Deposit $1,250.00 USD

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Balance $1,250.00 USD

Balance due no later than

February 15, 2018

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Cost of Yoga Training 

$442.00 USD​

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During your Spiritual Journey in the Andes, you will visit important Sacred Sites accompanied by a tour guide and/or a shaman.  There will be spaces to do Yoga indoors as well as outdoor. Prepare to go within,  reconnect with the Sacred, awaken yourself to new inner landscapes through ceremonies and sacred rituals to bring more and more light to our Mother Earth. You are a key participant in this Shift of Consciousness. Medium hiking is involved. There will be some plant medicine offered and healing sessions by the shamans (Optional, not included in the price, paid directly to shaman $80/session). For any further questions feel free to call Pierre at 603-581-2251 or send us an email:


Yoga training with Master teacher Laurent Peyret has an additional cost of $442.00 USD. When registering you will make 2 payments, one for the tour and the other one for the yoga training. For more detail information on Laurent's program please send a request to:

When you pay for the yoga training you will be re-directed to Yoga Escape.



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About Laurent


Day 0  

Travel from your country to the city of Lima on March 15, 2019, for arrival on March 16th before the rush hour traffic, which starts at 3 pm. In that manner, you can recoup from the jetlag and have a nice dinner in Miraflores. You are responsible for your RT flight ticket to Perú and your hotel this night.

Upon arrival to Lima, at the Jorge Chavez International Airport, our shuttle service will pick you up at the gate - once you leave customs with your luggage - and will transfer you to your hotel in the Cosmopolitan City of Miraflores. Please plan on arriving as a group if possible so we can arrange for a Van pick up. Also please provide your flight itinerary

Explore the City at your leisure. 

Day 1  Miraflores -March 17, 2019

Early breakfast at your hotel. Transfer to The Miraflores Lighthouse Park for yoga to help you adjust to the energies of Perú. Enjoy the amazing views of the Pacific Ocean while working out. Group leader gathering: setting intentions for this trip. Transfer to hotel to shower and right after participate in a 2 hour  City Tour.

Late lunch at Larcomar, outdoor 'gallerias' with some of the best restaurants of Perú.

Relax and enjoy your buffet lunch with great views of the ocean and many paragliders flying around in the sky. Afternoon visit to the Artcraft Market in Miraflores. This market has art crafts from every region of Perú, it is one of the best in the country.

Early dinner , and free evening.

Day 2  Welcoming Ceremony - March 18, 2019


Early departure to Lima's airport. Our Van service will pick you up at 5:45 am to bring you to the airport.  Travelers will depart to the City of Cuzco, the Capital of the Inca Empire. Upon arrival, our Van Service in Cusco will pick up travelers at the Airport. We'll travel to the City of Cuzco for a Quick City Tour and to drink some soothing coca leaf tea that will help travelers adjust to the altitude of the Andes. Travelers will be able to exchange money in the city if necessary. A quick visit to the local Market to buy Ceremonial materials.

Lunch in the City.


In the afternoon you will visit the Corikancha, The Royal Palace of the Inca.

After our visit, you will travel to our Retreat Center in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of breathtaking landscapes,  snowcaps, lagoons, golden fields of barley, Alpacas and a variety of animals. This a 2-hour ride approximately.

Welcoming Ceremony

Village of Ollantaytambo.

Day 3  Moray  - First Chakra - March 19, 2019


Early YOGA & contemplation of the grounds and surrounding mountains. Personal moment to connect deeply with personal intentions for this sacred journey.

Breakfast at our Resort. Soon after, the group will meet with your group leader/tour guide at the Yoga conference room to talk about the intentions and objectives of our tour.

Lunch on the way. (Bring lunch bag, fruits & veggie sandwichs for purchase at the plaza of Ollantaytambo Village or please order one the night before at the center)


Departure to Moray with renowned local Shaman for a Mother Earth Ceremony. During Ceremony we connect our first chakra to the center of the Earth. Travelers will receive the unconditional love and nurturing of Pachamama.

After the ceremony, we return to our Retreat Center.


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Day 4. Killarumiyoq - Second Chakra -

March 20, 2019


Early YOGA to welcome the Sun.

Breakfast at our Resort.  Then visit to the temple on the Moon, Killarumiyoq.

We will work with our 2nd Chakra clearing and energizing this power center. Possible Yoga at the site.
Lunch (We bring our lunch bags and water)
Visit the Temple of The Sacred Waters to connect our water element and activate the dharma of our 2nd chakra.

Ceremony with Shaman, Karpays activation of our Qosqo center -action center- by calling the spirit of the Puma - Jaguar. 
Dinner at the village of Ollantaytambo.

Return to our Retreat Center.

Day 5.  Pisac - Third Chakra - March 21, 2019


Early YOGA. Breakfast at our Resort.  Transfer to the sacred site of Pisac for guided tour and hike. During the morning travelers will visit the sacred site of Pisac, making a stop at the Temple of the Sun. Pisac is perhaps best known for its Inca ruins, known as Inca Písac, which lie atop a hill at the entrance to the valley. Inti Watana area includes the Temple of the Sun, baths, altars, water fountains, a ceremonial platform, and an Inti Watana, a volcanic outcrop carved into a "hitching post for the Sun", Inti. At this Sacred vortex, we connect with our 'Inti', our inner sun, our solar plexus. Meditation to awaken and align your third chakra.
Lunch in the town of Pisac.

Yoga not available at the site.
Afternoon visit to Pisac's famous and colorful Art Craft Market. We will also visit the Shaman's Store to purchase some healing and energy tools from the Andes. If time permits we'll attempt to visit the local zoo.

Day 6.  Apu Veronica - Fourth Chakra - 

March 22, 2019


Breakfast at our Resort. YOGA Workout

We travel up to the highlands to connect with the sacred Apus, the revered sacred snowed mountains of the Incas. A 2-hour drive to Abra Malaga where we will do a Ceremony, and offer prayers to the weeping Apu. The Verónica or WaKay Willke is the one that cries for us, this sacred Apu takes your sorrows, your pains, and tribulations. She says... 'come to me my child, you are safe to cry with me". The Veronica is the Magdalene.

Ceremony to open the 4th chakra, we will clear this amazing center and activate the dharma on unconditional love, the Munay -in Quechua-.

Lunch on the way

Dinner at the Village of Ollantaytambo

Return to our Retreat Center

Day 7. Ollantaytambo - Fith Chakra -

March 23, 2019


Early YOGA. Breakfast at our Resort. Early packing for Machu Picchu.
Morning Ceremony with renown female Shaman to help awaken the Munay Sonco. Sonco being the heart center and Munay its expression of unconditional Love.

Lunch: at the Village of Ollantaytambo
Mid-afternoon departure to Machu Picchu to the village of 'Aguas Calientes" or Machu Picchu Hot Springs. Two hour Train Ride descending into the rainforest as we snake through the canyons on the right side of the Vilcanota river.  We move from dry high mountain weather into humid jungle climate. The path of the Hummingbird.
We arrive at the Village and transfer to our Hotel for the next 2 nights.

Day 8. Mandor  -  Six Chakra - March 24, 2019


Breakfast at our Hotel. Early departure for Mandor Waterfall and Gardens. We walk into the rainforest connecting with the abundant mother Earth. As we walk, we connect deeply with our breath, breathing the prana of the jungle. Cleansing and letting go of any unwanted energies with the intention to purify our body, mind, and soul. During this day we prepare our Light Body for our next day visit to Machu Picchu, the City of Light.
Lunch: bring a lunch bag for purchase at the hotel.
At Mandor we will have Lunch, and later a ceremony. 

Activation of the third eye and water cleansing ceremony. This is a very powerful day for inner transformation, as the energies of the rainforest supports and welcomes the inner growth of the previously planted seeds by the shamans during the first days of the week. Return to Aguas Calientes.
Dinner in the Village. The Plant medicine of San Pedro is optional today to help open the third and sound of the 5th chakra. Place is available for some Yoga.

Day 9.  Machu Picchu Visit - Seventh Chakra -

March 25, 2019


Breakfast at our Hotel. We depart to the Machu Picchu Citadel at 5:30 
am. We travel by bus for 1/2 hour. Guided tour of the Citadel. 
Gratitude Ceremony activating the portals of the City of Light.  We work on love for self, opening the Heart and Surrendering to joy. Work with the 7th Chakra and connection to the Divine.

Yoga is not allowed, but meditation is.
We take the second tour to Wayna Picchu, which is optional. -Travelers that don't go to Wayna Pichu can meditate and walk the complex at their leisure.
Departure Machu Picchu by 1:30 pm for lunch and to go to our hotel.

Early evening departure to the train station for our return to Ollantaytambo for dinner and transfer to our Retreat Center.



Day 10. -  Yoga at Retreat Center & Integration

March 26, 2019

Early Yoga and Breakfast at our Retreat Center.

After breakfast, the group will have time to talk and integrate the experiences of the prior days. The morning is a perfect day to work on each other or hire some the healing services from the shamans, which is optional.

During the afternoon, upon request, you may want to return to Pisac to revisit the Art craft market and Shaman's stores. This is also optional, some travelers may just want to stay at the retreat to journal or simply meditate and relax.



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Day 11. -  Sacsayhuaman & Cusco City 

March 27, 2019


Early YOGA & breakfast at our Retreat Center.

After breakfast, we will leave the Retreat Center and departure for Unesco's awarded Sacred Site of Sacsayhuaman. A 2-hour ride

Guided Tour of the site. Yoga not allowed, but you can meditate as a group in the middle of the field.

Lunch in the City

Check in at your CUSCO HOTEL.

The afternoon is free for you to go and explore the City, take photos and do your last minute shopping.



Day 12. Departure - March 28, 2019


Breakfast at our Hotel in Cusco.  Relaxed morning and transfer to the airport in the morning.


Arrival at Lima's airport at approximately 1 pm.

Tour ends upon arrival at the Jorge Chavez Airport in Lima. At that point, you can decide if you want to wait at the airport for returning home or drive into the City of Miraflores to extend your stay or for a quick visit.




  • Overnight accommodation during the full tour dates

  • Entrance fees to Machu Picchu

  • Private transport, train to and from Aguas Calientes, bus tickets to and from Machu Picchu, entrance fees to Machu Picchu, a private guided tour of the site, hotel in Aguas Calientes (Gringo Bills or similar caliber--upgrades possible if desired), private transport to the hotel upon return, coca tea

  • Sacred Sites Boleto Turistico in the Sacred Valley.

  • Local, professional English speaking guide

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

  • Inca priests Ceremony

  • Round-trip Flight  Lima - Cusco

  • 11 nights accommodation (price based on double occupancy)

  • All breakfasts


Additional Info

  • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability

  • Passport name, number, expiration date, and country are required at the time of booking for all travelers. Email picture of passport at

  • A current valid passport is required on the day of travel

  • Peru Rail only allows for a small daypack on the train to Aguas Calientes.




  • Food and drinks at lunch and dinners, alcoholic beverages are not included with your ticket.

  • Gratuities not included but recommended

  • Plant Medicines are optional, not included with ticket

  • Healing with Shamans, optional upon request, not included with your ticket


Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, please cancel at least 3 months in advance of the start date of the tour. After the 3 months, only 50% will be refunded. No refunds 2 weeks before the tour.


Travel Insurance

We recommend you purchase travel insurance for less than $200 USD, it will protect your investment in case you have to cancel the tour. The Insurance company will refund your tour ticket including your flight from home. Some credit cards offer that when you purchase the tour with that credit card, but please check.

Laurent Bio

Intimately convinced that the human being is first and foremost a spiritual being, I am very interested early in the humanist and orientalist philosophies that lead me naturally to the practice of Ashtanga Yoga and then Kundalini Yoga. 

Today, I teach these two forms of yoga that enrich each day's inner life.

I define myself first of all as a sadhaka (practitioner) and a researcher and especially as a teacher who believes that discipline is the essence of any spiritual approach.

So for the last 12 years, every day before sunrise, I have been subjected to an unchanging ritual, sadhana, which leads me to practice the traditions that I teach to my students.

My progressive awareness of the multi-dimensions of the human being (body / mind / spirit) naturally led me to explore all facets of Yoga practice (Yamas, Niyamas, Asanas, Pranayama, Mudras, Dharana , Dhyana) its philosophical and mystical foundations (Yoga sutras, Banis, Tantras) and energy intelligences (Chakras, Prana, Maruths).

After working for several years in the business world, I founded 8 years ago which is a training school in Traditional Yoga: it organizes yoga retreats on five continents and form of future teachers in traditional yoga.

To enrich my initiation course and my formation, I have never ceased to inspire me from different sources (Tantra, Vedas, Banis, Ayurveda, Yoga sutras) and different teachers (Petri Raisanen, John Scott, Eddie Stern, Sharath Jois, Karta Singh). Today I am the teachings of an Indian spiritual Master who is in the path of Raja Yoga which is a real way of synthesis.

Today I introduce to my student's yoga in its holistic and spiritual dimension to try to better understand the following systems: Asanas, Prana, Chakras, Mantras, Devas etc that demonstrate the complexity and beauty of life.



Yoga for me

Access to our true identity is a long process of spiritual maturation that can take time. Yoga one day reveals us to our true nature and our being in all its components begins to transform gradually. The "sleeper" wakes up.

When this day arrives our certainties waver.

We realize that only a deconstruction of our illusions and attachments can free us to bring forth a Reality now in direct contact with the Divine who breathes within us.

Yoga is now your companion, your dearest friend who helps you bring out your consciousness: we realize that we are on this earth to awaken, to share, to help, to heal and to transmit in humility and patience the teachings of the Masters of wisdom. 



Yoga for me is a school of patience, courage, and humility. 

My teaching is based on the different techniques of Ashtanga Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, and Ancient Yogic Practices and accompanies each student to forge links between the physical, mental and spiritual.

I put a special emphasis on Mantras and Conscious Breath to get students to realize their true nature.

I support and encourage each of my students on their path through attentive listening and great kindness.

Laurent Peyret

Professor of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and Kundalini Yoga


 Laurent Peyret


 Professeur de Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga et Kundalini Yoga


Intimement convaincu que l’être humain est avant tout un être spirituel, je m’intéresse  très tôt aux philosophies humanistes et orientalistes qui me conduisent tout naturellement vers la pratique du Ashtanga Yoga puis du Kundalini Yoga .

J’enseigne aujourd’hui ces deux formes de yoga qui enrichissent chaque jour sa vie intérieure.

Je me définis   avant tout comme un sadhaka (pratiquant) et un chercheur et à fortiori comme un enseignant estimant que la discipline est l’essence de toute démarche spirituelle.

Ainsi depuis 12 ans, chaque jour avant le lever du soleil, je m’astreint à un rituel immuable, la sadhana ,  qui me conduit à pratiquer les traditions que j’enseigne ensuite à mes élèves. 

Ma prise de conscience progressive de la pluri-dimension de l’Etre humain (corps/mental/esprit), m’a conduit naturellement à explorer toutes les facettes de la pratique du Yoga (Yamas, Niyamas, Asanas, Pranayama, Mudras, Dharana, Dhyana) ses fondements philosophiques et mystiques (Yoga sutras, Banis, Tantras) et les intelligences énergétiques (Chakras, Prana, Maruths).

Après avoir travaillé plusieurs années dans le monde de l’entreprise, j’ai fondé il y a 8 ans qui est une école de formation au  Yoga Traditionnel :  elle organise  des retraites de yoga sur les cinq continents  et forme de futurs enseignants au yoga traditionnel  .

Pour enrichir mon parcours initiatique et ma formation, je n’ai jamais cessé de m’inspirer auprès de différentes sources (Tantra, Vedas, Banis, Ayurveda, Yoga sutras) et différents enseignants  ( Petri Raisanen,  , John Scott, Eddie Stern, Sharath Jois, Karta Singh ) . Aujourd’hui je suis les enseignements d’un Maitre spirituel Indien qui se situe dans la voie du Raja Yoga qui est un véritable chemin de synthèse.

Aujourd’hui je fais découvrir à mes élèves le yoga dans sa dimension holistique et  spirituelle pour essayer de mieux leur  faire comprendre les systèmes suivants :  Asanas, Prana, Chakras, Mantras,  Devas  etc qui démontrent la complexité et la beauté de la vie.


Le Yoga pour moi

L'accès à notre réelle identité est un long processus de maturation spirituel qui peut prendre du temps. Le Yoga un jour nous révèle à notre véritable nature et notre être dans toutes ses composantes, commence à se  transformer progressivement . Le «  dormeur «  se réveille. 

Quand ce jour arrive nos certitudes vacillent. 

Nous réalisons que seule une déconstruction de nos illusions et attachements peut nous libérer pour faire émerger une Réalité désormais en prise direct avec le Divin qui respire en nous.

 Le Yoga devient désormais votre compagnon, votre ami le plus cher qui vous aide à faire émerger votre conscience :  nous réalisons que nous sommes sur cette terre pour nous éveiller, pour partager, pour aider, pour guérir et  transmettre dans l'humilité et la patience les enseignements des Maitres de sagesse...

Le Yoga pour moi est une école de la patience, du courage et de l'humilité.

Mon enseignement repose sur les différentes techniques du Ashtanga yoga , Kundalini Yoga et Anciennes Pratiques Yogiques  et accompagne chaque élève pour tisser des liens entre le physique, mental et spirituel.

Je mets un accent tout particulier sur les Mantras et la Respiration Consciente   pour amener les étudiants à réaliser leur véritable nature.

Je  soutiens et  j’ encourage  chacun de mes élèves sur leur chemin par une écoute attentive et une grande bienveillance.





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