Bahay Kalipay, Puerto Princesa, Palawan
Bahay Kalipay Raw Food and Retreat House is a self-sustainable community of spiritual seekers, artists, healers, teachers, and explorers of a raw food lifestyle, from around the world. Their vision is to live in harmony with each other, the local community and Nature by making conscious choices towards sacred simplicity that honors the various levels of preparedness of the individual.
The yoga retreats at Bahay Kalipay offered by Clayton Horton and other visiting teachers are enhanced by raw food meals to support the detox and balancing process. The consumption of raw food makes way for a light body and clear mind, magnifying the benefits of a yoga practice.
On December 2009, Bahay Kalipay opened its doors to everyone interested in joining the ongoing programs on inner work, healing and self-transformation. For more information, visit Bahay Kalipay’s website.
Maia Earth Village, Bacungan, Palawan
Maia Earth Village is an expansion of the vision of Bahay Kalipay. It’s an ecovillage set in the mountains an hour’s drive from the capital. A growing, intuitive conscious community of international seekers, it is minimally fueled by solar power and fed by the forest garden and coconut trees to support its raw food philosophy. It can easily be defined by one of its belief statements – “In our sacred simplicity, everything we need is right here, right now. Our energy sources are not just all around us, energy comes from inside us, in generous sufficiency and boundless abundance.”
Clayton is a loyal supporter of Maia, as it is an expression of his belief system; it is where everyone chooses to live in balance between Self and Nature. Maia is a place of healing and wholeness, supporting people to simultaneously take care of their bodies, cultivate their minds and nurture their soul.
To find out more about Maia Earth Village, click here.