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Release, Restore & Reconnect 

The Moroccan Goddess Retreat



Discover the true meaning of self love and discovery. Treat yourself to 5 nights rest with a Moroccan beach town get-away. Awakening body and mind with yoga, pilates, sea air and tranquility. Allow time for yourself to heal, grow and step away from the stress of daily life. Everything is planned for you. So this is an opportunity to completely relax and let go, all you have to do is show up. 

The female goddess retreat is exactly that, a group of like minded women coming together and creating a new, healthy and positive experience for themselves. Unwinding, expanding personal power and connecting to the divine feminine energy we withhold. A week of transformational shifts and spending quality time with your soul. Sometimes it is necessary to prioritize yourself. 


The retreat is suitable for anyone and everyone who wants to care for themselves with a bit of luxury.  


Fall 2021 - TBD due to current events


 Agadir, Morocco


Starting price is $1,299 pp


14 woman max



3 plant based meals a day

Daily yoga

Yoga equipment 



Transport to and from airport

Wellness goodie bag

Professional photographer

Not included:


Travel insurance


Our African Yoga Retreat will be held at this stunning eco-friendly boutique hotel on the coast in Tamghart! The modern Morocco hotel will be exclusively for the guests of the retreat. The place is filled with dreamy rooms that are Moroccan styled with views ocean, patios and private bathrooms. Picture white, wooden and blue interiors, spacious and light. Gazing upon stars off of the balcony with complete relaxation at your disposal. Located on the peak of a small hill, in the bay of Taghazout, with stunning views of the ocean. Stretching out below are the banana plantations of Banana Village, and long stretches of sandy beach. The beach is a short 20 minute walk away which is perfect to arrange our sunset meditations and lounging afternoons. If you fancy staying close there is a rooftop pool with areas where you can seek comfort and privacy. Adagir is only a15 minute drive away, hosting one of the best and varied markets in Morocco, Souk El Had. We are proud to also inform you the hotel woks on minimizing their impact on the environment on a daily basis. Sourcing produce locally, from the bananas grown in eyesight to spices from the nearby markets. 

Come and enjoy this Moroccan retreat in the up most modern style and sophistication.  


Coast South-Atlantic Morocco, 15 km from Agadir

350 days of sun

9 miles of soft sandy beach




Lexy has her 200 hr Hatha/ Vinyasa training, empowerment life  coach, holistic wellbeing advocate, travel enthusiast and believes everyone deserves to enjoy life and feel good!


Lexy will host a daily yoga class, uniquely designed for this woman's retreat to unleash your inner goddess! The first classes will be about svadhyaya (self study), getting to know our bodies better and feeling good, then will transition to a little more energizing. She will host a workshop on making holistic lifestyle choices and, host satya (truthfulness) and santosha (contentment) circles where we will talk more deeply about accepting our truths and how to be graciously grateful for your life as it is.


Since her qualification Laura has continued to teach yoga around the world, assisting with retreats in Portugal, teaching yoga in Chile and guiding meditations in Spain. Her love for travel and passion for living naturally is the sole inspiration for co-hosting this retreat. She is hoping to encourage you to lead life in a more holistic way while taking you through a luxury experience. Her classes and teaching method is heart felt, strengthening and allows space for you to let go of emotion and tension within the body and mind. 


Laura is currently studying Pilates and will be qualified to teach in June. Focusing on alignment and core stability, there will be a postural and breath-work workshop to partake in during your stay. 

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Most people have no idea how good their bodies and mind can really feel. 

Combined, their caring and genuine personalities will make you feel at ease and ensure your entire stay meets your expectations and more.


"We are so delighted to bring you this enriching experience & watch you unfold"

- Laura & Lex


The catering concept is clean, organic, healthy food!

The yogi oasis has a chef that will cook you breakfast, lunch and dinner every day. The delicious Moroccan recipes will be made with local fresh produce and offer a full range of dietary options, including vegetarian, vegan and gluten free (no meat). You will feel nourished and lighter eating so clean. 

We know some of you may not eat vegan regularly, so this might be a big detox for you, a month in advance you will be sent a pre-retreat detox guide to help start making some optional changes before you come.

Think of this as a massive gratitude to the body.

Giving it time to detox all the toxins, emotions and non-nourishing foods.


Your body deserves this 6 day reset !

Image by Aniketh Kanukurthi

Image by Aniketh Kanukurthi

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Image by Aziz Acharki

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Image by Annie Spratt

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Image by Frank Bueltge





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Image by Alana Harris

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Image by Samay Bhavsar

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Image by Ella Olsson

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Image by Karim MANJRA


Included during the retreat

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Traditional Moroccan Cooking Class

Have fun preparing delicious plant based Moroccan meals that you can share with loved ones back home and continue your detoxification.

Fun Food Facts:

  • Local spices include cumin, turmeric, cayenne, saffron, and cinnamon- all which you can get at the spice markets

  • Nomads called Berbers were the first inhabitants of Morocco over two thousand years ago. They used local ingredients, such as olives, figs, and dates, to prepare lamb and poultry stews.


  • Morocco, unlike most other African countries, produces all the food it needs to feed its people. Its many home-grown fruits and vegetables include oranges, melons, tomatoes, sweet and hot peppers, and potatoes.

  • Five more native products that are especially important in Moroccan cooking are lemons, olives, figs, dates, and almonds. Located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, the country is rich in fish and seafood. (Read More).

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Authentic Hammam Spa Trip 

This Moroccan ritual makes itself known around the world for it's relaxing and cleansing treatment that is centuries old.

Fun Hammam Facts:

  • Boosts the immune system. The hot steam used during hammam boosts the immune system by dilating the blood vessels and increasing circulation in the body, opening pores so toxins can be released

  • Rejuvenates the body. There is something genuinely transformative about the power of hot steam to restore tired, aching muscles. 

  • Intensely invigorates. The intense scrubbing and massage you experience during hammam lead to your body experiencing a considerable increase in blood flow, in turn, stimulating and awakening the senses.

  • Relaxes the mind and body. Thanks to its use of intense heat and steam, as well as the relaxing massage element, you’ll find it hard to find a treatment more pampering and relaxing than hammam.

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Local Souk Adventure

The marketplaces, or souks, are integral parts of the many cities in this magical country. They serve for the locals as a place to buy goods and converse with each other, but for the foreign visitor they are a place unlike any other. 

Fun Souk Facts:

  • A souk is the name given to an Arab market. Traditionally an open-air market that locals relied on for their essential items, a souk would have traveling merchants passing through them once a week, once a month or at other infrequent periods. Marrakech’s strategic location at the heart of Morocco, however, meant that many traders came through the city every day

  • Through the years, Moroccan craft artistry changed due to modern techniques and chemical dyes used in the creation process. There are still high quality craft pieces displayed at Moroccan souks and market places, however. Start by getting as close to an art piece as a vendor will allow.

  • Some of the most sought-after items in Moroccan souks and markets are Moroccan carpets, blankets and Moroccan rugs. All are hand crafted in traditional Moroccan style. 

Moroccan Insights

Often called the “Red City,” Marrakech, Morocco, requires sun protection and headgear of some kind all year-round, even during winter. 

Traditionally the liver, not the heart, is considered to be the symbol of love in Morocco

Capital city of Morocco is Rabat

Official currency is Dirham

Moroccans speak a dialect of Arabic known as Darija and French

Morocco exports more than 90,000 tons of dates each year (get in my belly!!!)

The national costume is Djellaba

Tangier is the  oldest city in Morocco

The English word “genie” comes directly from the Arabic word djinn, denoting a spiritual being that may play some part in human affairs if called upon. In Morocco, djinns are believed to frequent places associated with water

Women’s rights in Morocco achieved a major step forward in 2004 with the reform of the country’s personal status code, the Moudawana. With the reform, women in Morocco can now have custody of their children, the unilateral repudiation of a wife is abolished, and a man’s taking of a second wife is subject to the approval of his first wife


  • 6 days, 5 nights in Tamghart, Morocco

  • Vegan breakfast, lunch & dinner

  • Airport transfer to and from Agadir*

  • 2 daily yoga practices (vinyasa and restorative)

  • Pilates every other day

  • Daily woman's circle 

  • Morning meditation 

  • 2 yoga nidra session and 2 breath work classes

  • Photographer to capture the priceless moments

  • Local hammam spa experience

  • Variety of workshops

  • Cooking Class

  • Sensual dance class

  • Wellness goodie bags

  • & So much more!!

  • Private bathrooms

  • Air con

  • WIFI

  • Swimming pool

  • Rooftop terrace

  • Hair dryer

  • Water

  • Iron

  • Coffee maker

  • Moroccan Tea

  • Juice bar

  • Communal TV


*If you are flying in to a different airport, you will have to pay extra for transport.

**Activities may change at any point before the retreat


Early bird prices sold out!

Beach Babe Bunks

(up to 4 woman per room)

Shared room with bunk beds and private bathroom

$1,299 per woman

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bunk beds morocco retreat 2020

Soul Sister Suite (up to 2 woman)

Ocean view with a queen size bed + terrace

$2,199 Single Occupancy

$1,449 per woman for Double Occupancy

Goddess Sweet (up to 3 woman)

Ocean view with a queen size bed and 1 single bed + terrace

$2,399 Single Occupancy

$1,585 per woman for Double Occupancy

$1,356 per woman for Triple Occupancy


Ultimate Snuggle Suite (up to 3 woman)

Suite with a queen size bed + 2 twin beds + terrace

$2,499 for one woman

$1,785 per person for two woman

$1,499 per person for three woman

+ Early bird sold out - next price increase January 1st

+ The price above includes local tax VAT of 20%

+ There is a $400 non refundable booking fee to reserve your space in paradise 

90% refundable by 7.1.20

50% refundable by 8.1.20

10% refundable by 9.30.20