YOU HAVE THE TALENT TO MOVE AND DANCE EXACTLY HOW YOU FEEL.
IMMERSE YOURSELF, DEVELOP YOUR ABILITIES, AND LET THIS BE THE VACATION THAT CHANGES YOUR LIFE. DISCOVER YOUR FLOW WITH A…
Dance Intensive Vacation
Your experience is handcrafted to accomplish your dancing desires. Depending on your intentions, commit between 3 days to three months to realize your capabilities and learn where your dance journey can take you.
To obtain lifelong flow abilities, devote at least 8 hours of total training during your vacation, 1-3 hours each day. Your intensive program will be designed from Flow’s Dance Training Programs, made specifically for you.
THIS IS THE VACATION THAT ENHANCES ALL FUTURE VACATIONS.
1 – INTRODUCTION TO FLOW
Schedule a virtual introduction lesson with Michael to inquire about and organize your vacation.
3 – DANCE PROGRAM
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La Ventana is a tiny and magical beachfront town in Baja Sur, Mexico, two hours north of Cabo San Lucas.
During La Ventana’s busy season, November – May, you’ll find a long list of experiences to arouse you. Windsurfing and kitesurfing are what put La Ventana on the map, but it’s the community, the land and water, the abundance of other activities, and those tranquil yet adventurous feelings that keep people coming back every year.
Hugh and Lynn discovered flow in La Ventana…
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Enjoy the many activities La Ventana and the area have to offer. Your experience can be as relaxed or adventure-filled as you feel.
Kitesurfing & Windsurfing: La Ventana is a world-renowned wind destination that is great for beginners and all levels. To get started, take lessons with an instructor.
Mountain Biking: La Ventana is recognized for its beautiful, adventurous, and well-maintained biking/e-biking trails. There are multiple options to rent bikes or to schedule a guided tour—download Trailforks app for the trails map.
Pickle Ball: Outdoor and indoor courts for all levels in the mornings.
Snorkeling/Scuba Diving: Have a guide take you on an exploration or rent gear and explore on your own.
Social Dancing: Check out the local dance scene, including Latin, Salsa, and more.
Fishing: Cruise around in a boat and catch some fish.
Hiking/Beach Walking: Download the Trailforks app for hiking trails.
Paddleboarding/Kayaking: Play on the water and see the fish from above with a SUP or kayak.
Yoga: There are multiple quality yoga classes to choose from.
Holistic Wellness: There are numerous masseuse options and other healing modalities.
Spanish Lessons: Improve your Spanish skills and use them around town.
Dining & Nightlife: We have a strong list of quality dining and establishments for a good time.
Lively Establishments: Playa Central, Baja Joes, Mezcaleria La Ventana, La Tuna BCS, Cornamenta Beach Bar, Baja Grill, Benson's
Best Tacos: Baja Bites & Taqueria Dana Paty
Beach Front Restaurants: Todos Bien, Restaurante El Ricon, Kitesurfing Planet, La Moringa, Las Palmas
Quality Restaurants: Nomada, Mariscos El Cone, Namastaste, Radaroma, Marlin Azul, San Siro, Pizza Gourmet San Antonio, La Mentita, Billy's...and more.
Cafe: Kijote Craft Coffee, KM-0, Mareiros
Thursday Morning's Farmers Market is a happening scene with fresh and prepared food and locally handcrafted creations for sale. Check it out.
Island Cerralvo Tour: Take a boat to the island to see its marine life and secluded beaches.
Local Art: Visit Studio Vargas at Plaza El Teso to enjoy a tour of our local art.
La Paz: The big city is an hour away, with plenty to do; for example, see the whale sharks and the beautiful Espiritu Santo Island or take an afternoon to explore the city's lovely downtown and marina. Discover more about La Paz here.
(Article) 10 Things to do in La Ventana
Pesos: Credit card is becoming well accepted here, but pesos are generally preferred and many establishments only accept them.
There are cash machines in La Ventana, but they often run dry, so get pesos before you arrive. If you are coming from La Paz, stop at any bank or ATM. If you are coming from Cabo, stop at the bank in Los Barilles on the drive up, or get pesos in Cabo.
Cows: If you are driving at night (or during the day), be on cow alert. Cows like to travel on the road. When you see cars traveling in the opposite direction with their caution lights on, this means road obstruction ahead.
Clothing: Bring clothing for hot sunny days and chilly nights.
Airport Transit: La Ventana is a 2-hour drive from Cabo Airport. Two ways to commute are by shuttle or car rental. La Paz is an hour to La Ventana. You can rent a car, take a cab, or hitch a ride.