Cuba is a gorgeous wreck of an island. A perfect backdrop for a Culture and Yoga adventure, Havana is an immersion of a previously misunderstand and unavailable experience.


Shared Room: $3800

Private Room: $5100

The largest island in the Caribbean, Cuba offers stunning architecture, wide-open spaces, picturesque mountain villages and pristine stretches of beautiful coastline. The country presents a heady mix of music, arts, gastronomy and stunning natural beauty.

Artful Living, in collaboration with Travel Well Yoga Retreats, invites you to immerse in adventure with us.

We partner with , a socially responsible travel company that promotes transformational philanthropy in the travel industry. Their philosophy is holistic in its approach; a focus on both eco-consciousness and social responsibility as travelers should benefit the people and places they visit.

What to Expect

  • 5 Nights at historic Hotel Nacional in Havana
  • 2 Meals Per Day (Daily Breakfast, and either Lunch or Dinner)
  • Daily Yoga

  • Tours & activities with local guides
  • Gratuities for Drivers and Local Guides for the week
  • Gratuities for Bell Staff @ Hotel and for all included meals

Agenda Highlights

  • Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Meet with artisans and musicians
  • Enjoy a salsa dance class
  • Engage with educators

  • Visit artist galleries, studios and the Museo de Bellas Artes
  • Dialogue with local entrepreneurs
  • Support community arts projects
  • Learn about Cuban history and architecture

Frank Roffers

Frank Roffers, our guide, and publisher of Artful Living magazine is no stranger to the beauty of the island. He has handpicked the the most authentic experiences to share with Amy and the group as we travel to immerse ourselves in the Cuban culture while connecting to ourselves through yoga as well as stretch our boundaries to experience unique Cuba.

Amy Annis

As a registered yoga teacher (E-RYT), Amy has experience working with both new and experienced practitioners. Her love for Madeline Island and the corresponding outdoor activities has led her to develop specific yoga trainings geared towards the performance athlete and outdoor enthusiast. As a survivor Amy has also developed a gentle teaching style to encourage other women with health battles to re-claim their bodies and their own inner strength.  For this reason, all levels of yoginis are welcomed with a lifted heart to embark on these yoga adventures.