Coaching Retreat


This opportunity is on hold due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, You can check back after the pandemic has past to see if we are ready to offer the opportunity again.

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Each week, depending on my availability, I host the staff of a single company in Cuernavaca, Mexico, for a 3-Day Coaching Retreat.

We will concentrate on effecting change within your organization during this 3-day retreat (more extended time periods are available, simply ask!). Create the change in your organization that will propel it during the coming year and beyond. We will meet in the beautiful garden of the Anticavilla Hotel and Spa or La India Bonita Restaurant’s conference room, depending on your chosen days’ availability. From 9 am to 6 pm each day, you will get answers to your most pressing questions. So, start a binder now with the questions you want answers to. Come with an open mind and be ready to learn how to effect changes.

The Coaching Retreat takes place on your choice of any three consecutive days. For those who want to come early or stay late and see the sights, we have arranged Optional Pre-Retreat and Post Retreat Tours of the surrounding area (see below). Bring your entire team, management staff, or significant others and enjoy the beauty and warmth of Cuernavaca, Mexico, and surrounding areas.

Make a commitment to the future of your business. Leave with the plan you intend to create; have a clear vision for bringing your business to the next level.

And, if you are in business in the United States, the fee, travel expenses, and hotel may be an educational write-off, as we will be discussing production and efficiency in your shop! Check with your accountant or CPA on regulations for your business.

Cuernavaca, Mexico

Join us in beautiful Cuernavaca, Mexico, for a transforming retreat. Cuernavaca is located just 1.5 hours south of Mexico City and is known as “The City of Eternal Spring” due to the mild semi-tropical climate. The daily mean temperature is 69.6F (20.9C). For more information on Cuernavaca, please visit – Viva Cuernavaca

The Coaching Retreat offers a relaxing and inspiring setting for you and your staff to refresh and renew your passion. Whether you are a novice or a seasoned screenprinter, Cuernavaca is a peaceful sanctuary for spreading your screenprinter’s wings, developing your craft, and rediscovering your creative spirit.


The cost is USD $2,000 for you and your staff, up to 20 people, although we have handled larger groups with advanced notice to prepare for a larger meeting hall at an additional cost. For more extended periods of time, please contact us for additional costs.


Coaching on all three days for your group; up to 20 people.

Not Included

Airfare, Transportation from/to Benito Juárez Airport in Mexico City to hotel (approximately USD $25 per person), or you can take a private taxi (approximately USD $80 for four people), hotel, meals, drinks, evening activities, and transportation around town.

Take Action

Book your attendance now if you want to get started on becoming more successful and get your questions answered!

To find available dates, check my calendar to assure that we are not previously engaged before booking your attendance.


For those who want to see a bit of the beautiful semi-tropical paradise, we can book a tour for you or your guests while you attend to the business of the retreat. Come early or stay late and enjoy the sights.

Optional Two Day Tour of Jardins de Mexico, Xochicalco and Taxco

Optional Two Day Tour of Cuernavaca and Tepoztlán

Terms: We reserve the right to make changes. Please do not book your airfare or hotel until your Coaching Retreat has been verified in writing. If you must cancel your attendance, cancellations must be made within two weeks of the event to receive a refund. Attendance fees will be promptly refunded on the day of cancellation. We are not responsible for losses, injuries, accidents, illness, demise, or other untoward events.

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