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Vision

 

Mission

​​Empower retreat leaders and facilitators in orchestrating profound and transformative retreat experiences
for their guests. We understand the significance of sharing one’s unique gifts with the world, and we strive to
alleviate the burdens of managing intricate details and logistical challenges. Our commitment is to offer a
nurturing natural environment complemented by state-of-the-art facilities. Moreover, through our non-profit
organization, Sach’a Munay, we actively contribute to and support the well-being of our local community.
Your journey towards creating impactful and stress-free retreats begins with us.

Vision 

At Munay Sonqo Retreat Center, we envision ourselves as pioneers in fostering positive change through our
commitment to social projects and environmental responsibility. As a distinguished haven for transformation,
our dedication extends beyond providing premier retreat experiences. We actively engage in impactful
social initiatives and prioritize environmental sustainability.

Regenerative Business and Sach’a Munay NGO

The Munay Sonqo regenerative business model honors the three ethics of permaculture; earth care, people care, and fair share. 

Through our Nonprofit Association, Sach’a Munay, we strive to be an example of a business model that gives back to the local community and the environment. 

Our business philosophy and vision sees us as a positive and empowering force within the community. A large portion of our profits goes to support Sach’a Munay, to be able to benefit the local community and the environment.  

Sach’a Munay employs three full-time staff, and works with local schools and communities to offer education programs in organic agriculture, child nutrition to combat anemia, permaculture, and in issues facing local families.

The organic farm provides high vibrational vegetables and herbs to our restaurant. Please visit www.sachamunay.org to learn more. 

Sacha’a Munay’s programs include:

  • Organic gardens and student lunches in four local primary schools.
  • Workshops for parents on social and family issues.
  • Organic field trials to develop regenerative organic agriculture systems for growing maiz and other local crops.
  • A demonstration farm of Biointensive Organic Agriculture to train local farmers on new profitable and environmentally friendly techniques of producing vegetables. These organic vegetables we use in the kitchen for our guests!
  • Service projects for visiting tourist groups to work with and serve the local community.