Lake Atitlán is believed by the Maya to be the center of the universe, where God’s seeds of mankind evolved from. Villa Sumaya is nestled in a landlocked bay on the north shore of beautiful Lake Atitlan, Guatemala. It is located on 18 acres in the traditional homeland of the indigenous Maya. This area is known to the Maya as the belly button of the earth. Villa Sumaya looks directly across the lake at three spectacular volcanoes. In Sanskrit, Sumaya means a long-awaited dream come true, while in Arabic it translates as a little piece of paradise. Both of these definitions mirror Villa Sumaya's heart’s intentions and inspire service. The logo is a Mayan glyph found in Chiapas, Mexico representing the fountain of life or the budding growth of a flower, and this too moves ever forward. Join Chelsea Winters for seven nights of heart opening exploration of this little piece of paradise. You will breathe, move, feel, and delve deeper into the nature of the surroundings steeped in the Mayan culture and explore nature by yourselves. All yoga levels are welcome.