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I'm living in Mexico City for 10 months for translation and languages studies. Also for reconnect with my roots and the prehispanic tradition of my country.
I have several projects here and I love to hang with creative, spiritual, open minded people and those who are into permaculture.
I traveled for about 2 years with CS and since I left my home in Montreal on 2012 I haven't had the chance of host people again, till now!
I love nature, arts and traveling!
I practice acroyoga, yoga, slackline, scuba diving, circus and rock climbing.
I'm all about healing, ancestral wisdom, meditation, spirituality, eco-sustainability and consciousness.
I believe in love, God & Pacha Mama. I think we are all light beings having an human experience.
Traveling is my best way to learn about life. Community is very important for me.
I try to guide my life by consciousness, connection with nature , spirituality and dreams!
The biggest my dreams are the higher I can reach.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Both hosting and surfing, I love it!
I knew many interesting people and had really nice experiences around the world hosting and surfing.
Ancestral culture of Mexico.
Circus, Acroyoga and Slackline
Spiritual development, healing arts and healthy alimentation.
Nature, eco- sustainability and traveling.
- scuba diving
- rock climbing
Music, Movies, and Books
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
The best thing a saw was while I did a cavern diving in Mexico.
It is magic down there!
Teach, Learn, Share
What I Can Share with Hosts
I life in a house with 9 other people, so if you don't like lots of movement this is not your place.
You can sleep in the couch of our home, just help us keeping it free when you wake up. We also have hammocks in a open spot, in warm season you can sleep there if you feel like.
Countries I’ve Visited
Belize, Canada, El Salvador, France, Guatemala, Italy, Nicaragua, Portugal, Spain, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In