Happy New Year! As many are enjoying their last days of vacation, it is the perfect moment to make the best of them. As a result, we created this list with some of the best things to do in Playa del Carmen on the first weekend of 2021.
Salsa Lovers Playa del Carmen
Move your body on the first weekend of 2021 to the most iconic Latin rhythms, with this group of salsa dancers. To attend, you don’t need to be a professional dancer at all, you just need to be open to having a fantastic time. Also, it is worth noting that you can go alone, you don’t need to bring a dance partner. All in all, you can know the rest of the details by talking to the organizers through Whatsapp (number below).
Details of the event
On Friday, January 2, from 8 pm to 10 pm. To access the event, you can buy your online tickets at Eventbrite. The price is $150 pesos per person, plus $12.17 pesos of commission for the ticket platform.
In turn, the event will take place at the intersection between Avenida 1 Norte and Calle 22. To learn more information, contact them via Whatsapp, at +52 984 145 1753.
Energized Breathwork Meditation Online Class
If one of your New Year’s Resolutions is learning to meditate, the first weekend of 2021 is your chance to start on the right foot. Take advantage of the wonderful Playa del Carmen meditation communities, and join this Crown Chakra Healing Journey with Samadhi Breath.
What is this technique? In the energized breathwork meditation, you activate the abilities of your crown chakra with the power of breath. In turn, this allows you to reach a higher state of consciousness, connect with bliss consciousness, the divine energy, and the union to the oneness of the Universe.
Details of the event
The event takes place on Sunday the 3rd at 9 am. To join, you have to wear comfortable clothes, have an empty stomach, and buy your tickets for 11USD on their website.
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Collective Awakening Meditation
An alternative to the Energized breath is this Collective Awakening Meditation. It also happens on the first weekend of 2021, and it is online as well. However, this one is free to access (donation-based).
To learn more details of the event, take a look here. It will be at 2 pm, on Zoom.