Take a deep dive into the magical world of lucid dreaming. Every night you tap into the possibility for psychological and spiritual growth, even enlightenment. Learn how the wisdom traditions use the night to transform the day.

Discover the ancient techniques, and the modern tools, to wake up to who you truly are. With expert and gentle guidance, you’ll learn everything you need to know to penetrate the mysteries of the night—and your own heart and mind–including:

  • Daytime meditations that prepare you for the night
  • Lucid dreaming methods from beginning to advanced
  • Dream recall techniques and how to overcome obstacles
  • Transforming nightmares and insomnia
  • The science behind awakening through lucid dreaming


Overview of the Program

Leave your stressful life behind and let the natural beauty of the Caribbean settle your mind and open your heart. Soak up the sun, swim in the turquoise ocean, savor tropical fruits, and connect to the magic of the Mayan peninsula.

Meet like-minded people, enjoy spa amenities, and learn about the nocturnal meditations. This unique retreat will blend the ancient wisdom of the East with the modern knowledge of the West.

Through a progressive series of talks, guided meditations, and contemplations, we will introduce beginners to awakening through lucid dreaming, and help those already familiar with it to go deeper.

Andrew Holecek will be bringing the spiritual side into these nighttime practices, and show how lucid dreaming can evolve into dream yoga, which can evolve into sleep yoga, which can further evolve into bardo yoga. It’s safe to say that there is no program offered anywhere in the world that is quite like this. You will come out of this program with a totally new relationship to sleep and dream, and learn how you can use every night for psychological and spiritual growth.

Some Topics We Will Cover

  • Why is it called Dream Yoga?
  • What is the nature of the dreaming reality.
  • Mind beyond body (Out of body experiences, remote viewing, etc).
  • How meditation improves lucidity.
  • Lucid dreaming induction techniques from the East and West.
  • Dream Yoga vs. Lucid Dreaming: What is the difference?
  • How we project our world – the 8 consciousnesses.
  • Sleep yoga & the inner yogas.
  • Removing obstacles.
  • Mixing day and night, life and death.

Who Should Attend?

It’s for anyone interested in the thrill of waking up in their dreams, and having the time of their life in the privacy of their own mind. It’s for anyone wanting to make better use of the twenty-four hours of each day, and for those wondering what happens when they sleep and dream.

It’s for intrepid pioneers interested in exploring the frontiers of consciousness, and the nature of mind and reality. Because lucid dreaming develops into dream yoga, which develops into sleep yoga, which can evolve into bardo yoga, it’s for anyone interested in psychological and spiritual development, those who want to learn about the creative powers of the mind, or those who want to prepare for death (the bardos).

Finally, it’s for those drawn to Buddhist practice, and interested in waking up spiritually. This may seem ambitious. But remember that if you live to be ninety, you’ve spent thirty years sleeping: in a state of consciousness you know very little about. Don’t you want to change that? Think about how much you could learn in “night school” if you had even a few of those extra years.

Retreat Details

  • Begins with dinner on Saturday around 7:00pm and ends with breakfast the following Saturday.
  • Includes cabanas that have double or king beds and provide a sitting area with cozy chairs, inviting coffee tables and a tiled bathroom with open shower area.
  • Includes three healthy, delicious meals daily; meals are primarily vegan and vegetarian, with fresh seafood or fish served once each day. Coffee, teas, juice & water available all day.
  • Includes ample time for relaxation, walking the beach, ocean swimming, and to enjoy local options, such as the Tulum Ruins, jungle trips or snorkeling.
  • There are exceptional spa services, two yoga studios and the restaurant overlooks the ocean.
  • Wi-Fi is available in the restaurant and front desk reception area.

 Andrew Holocek2016