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Integratron Linh James & David Romeo
Out of the world experience
Looking down
Surrounded by mountains
unobstructed views
The good old days
Beautiful Sunset
Wow just out back
Get read for the milky way


Come for the day, benefit for a life time...


April 26 Friday 4 pm - April 28 Sunday 11:00 am 


Awakening and Blossoming Open:

Spring is such a potent time of year, a time of awakening and blossoming. Step out of your busy life and connect deeply back into you.  Join us for an incredible weekend of relaxation, rejuvenation, and rebirth a 3 day/2-night Kundalini Yoga Retreat in the tranquility of one of most exclusive retreat venues and experience all the beauty and serenity it has to offer.

What you can look forward to:

Your retreat experience includes a Private Breathwork Soundbath Journey at the world renew Integratron, with David Romero and Guru Mitar. An adventure to the sacred land of dormant volcano, daily Kundalini Yoga and Meditation, energy healing experiences, Cacao Ceremony, hiking, nightly stargazing and much much more.
Please note the Retreat portion of this event is led by Guru Mitar only.

Private Chef Goyo:

We will have our favorite chef again, Goyo creating Ayurvedically inspired, “scratch-made” meals.  Goyo, is guided by intuition and creativity, drawing from the seasonal harvest he offers a spin on coastal fusion and ethnic cuisine of India, Thailand, Italy, and Latin America. Chef Goyo with be taking us on a learning journey teachings all about the benefits of Ayurvedic food.  Gluten free and vegan meal options available with 3 weeks’ notice. 
Breathwork & Soundbath at The Integratron:
This historical structure is a uniquely resonant tabernacle and energy machine sited on a powerful geomagnetic vortex in the magical Mojave Desert. The Integratron is a structure designed by ufologist and contactee George Van Tassel. Tassel claimed the Integratron was capable of rejuvenation, anti-gravity and time travel. He built the structure in Landers, California (near Joshua Tree), supposedly following instructions provided by visitors from the planet Venus. The Integratron machine was started in 1957, the structure was erected in 1959. It was financed predominantly by donations, including funds from Howard Hughes.  

Please note you can come for just the Soundbath at the Integratron, be at Integratron at 3:00 Saturday April 27, 2019 (You will receive all the details you need 2 weeks prior.)
Home away from home
Private Chef Goyo & Linh JamesMitar
Living room
Cozy coaches
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Surrounded by mountains
unobstructed views
Back to nature
Get ready for the milky way
Our Home Away from Home - Rustic Elegant Home, Guest house and Trailer (6 Bedroom / 5 Bathroom )
Our home away from home is magical, situated at the base of a dormant volcano, recently renamed ' Ayte'ivyat' by local tribes, it was once home to the Serrano Indian tribe. A place where Chiefs and Shamans reportedly performed ceremonial rituals and dances on the peak. It is sacred ground. When you see it, you'll dance too! 

During your stay, you will be surrounded by breathtaking unobstructed views of San Jacinto, Sleeping Indian, Pipes Canyon Mountain Preserve and 60,000 pristine acres of the Sand to Snow Monument, think bouldering and hiking. That's just the beginning. Gorgeous night skies that bring the Milky Way close! Quiet! Our brilliant night skies makes it feel like the Milky Way is a fingertip away. 

An indoor jacuzzi to chill out in is centered in it's own 500 foot square room. The spa room doubles as a dorm room and looks out at beautiful Black Lava Butte, just 250 feet away.  What we cannot describe? The ineffable power and presence of the unseen, the whisper on the wind of a time that was, and the limitless imagination that you bring to this ancient landscape. This is a place where the loudest thing you will hear is your inner voice or the howl of a coyote. 
Payment: Must be paid in Full at time of booking

Cancellation Policy: Non-Refundable - Please note desert weather can be unpredictable and winds are a prominent feature of the Mojave Desert, this event will be happening rain or shine, windy or not. Please pack accordingly. If for some reason you are unable to attend YOU can find someone to replace you.


Can I bring my own food and drinks?

Please note this is a NON-alcohol event.  Please also note our chef needs all the kitchen space to create our delicious meals.  Therefore if you bring food such as snacks, or drinks we do NOT have room in the kitchen to store any items if you would like to store them in your room totally fine.

How do I get to the Retreat Center, and Integatron?

You will receive directions 2 weeks prior.

I have some mobility issues or am disabled – can I still experience the Integratron?? 

Yes! The Integratron parking lot is not paved, however we have a designated parking spot for those with handicapped placards, as well as an ADA accessible restroom. The only way up to the top floor of this historical building is by climbing a short set of steep stairs.  We normally ask guests to remove their shoes downstairs, however if you need to keep yours on for mobility that’s always fine. We will happily drive you to the Integratron if the walk is too far from the courtyard, and if it’s too difficult to climb up the stairs, you can enjoy the Sound Bath on one of our comfortable chairs or couch on the bottom floor. We’ll do everything we can to make the experience easier for you. Please contact us via email or phone before your visit if you have concerns or feel you may need extra assistance.
What do I need to bring/wear? Does the Integratron provide mats/blankets?
You only need to bring yourself, and we encourage you to wear loose, comfortable clothing (layering is always a smart option). We do ask that you remove your shoes downstairs, so please feel free to bring a pair of socks with you to wear upstairs. We provide mats, pillows, and blankets, however you are welcome to bring your own to lay on top of our mats if you desire.

What should I bring for the retreat?

Please note desert weather can be unpredictable and winds are a prominent feature of the Mojave Desert, this event will be happening rain or shine, windy or not. Please pack accordingly. 


  • Hiking Shoes

  • Extra pair of socks

  • Sun Hat & Sun Glasses

  • Rain Gear

  • Swimming Suit

  • Mug with a lid for yummy hot tea

  • Yoga Mat and any additional props you may need

  • Yoga Clothes & comfortable hang out clothes  (layering is always a smart idea) during the day it can be hot, morning and evenings can be cold.

  • Open heart and mind

What time is retreat check-in & check-out?
Check in time is 4:00 pm, Friday April 26th, check out time is 11:00 am April 28th. Please note Friday afternoon is the worse time to drive to the desert TONS of traffic.  We highly recommend you start your journey early.  Maybe make a day of it by making stop at one of the Hot Spring somewhere.  A great reasonable priced one is "The Spa at Desert Hot Spring" they offer Day Passes.
Will there be WiFi? 
Yes, however do you need it? hummm....



after Feb. 28 $133

integratron soundbath
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Join us for Breathwork Soundbath at the

Integraton April 27 3:00-6:00 pm  

You will receive details 2 weeks prior

after Feb. 28 add $33

Main House Jacuzzi Room


This room has 6 single bed, shared bathroom . Think of it as be a kid again sleep over $675 per person.

after Feb. 28 add $33

Guest house shared bath


Guest house has 2 set of Bunk beds, with shared bath.  Yay a kid again without mom and dad watching over you. $680 per person

after Feb. 28 add $33

Semi private room


This room has 2 single beds, shared bathroom.  Think of it as teen years, needing a little privacy. $725 per person

after Feb. 28 add $33

Private room shared bath


This room has 1 queen bed, shared bathroom.  Please only select this option if you are a couple. $675 per person

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