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Inside a Healing Weekend Retreat in Riviera Maya

Etéreo, Auberge Resorts’ new Mexican property, played host to New York notables for a soulful journey, curated by Sabine Heller

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Chloë Sevigny and Stranger Things star Cara Buono, along with several of their friends aligned their chakras at Etéreo, Auberge Resorts’ new property on the Riviera Maya, over the weekend. The retreat, curated by Sabine Heller with House of Waris Botanicals, included guests like stylist Kate Young, The Dropout‘s executive producer Victoria Thompson, Paravel founder Indré Rockefeller and designer Maria Corenjo. “We wanted a place where our friends could come together to revive and re-vibe, which is all about getting their groove back after a complicated few years,” says Heller, the CCO of Sollis Health, which programmed the weekend’s health content. “Etereo, which floats over a pristine mangrove forest, is an ideal place to do that.”

Throughout the healthful weekend, guests were treated to an ancient shamanic blessing, participated in a women’s health discussion led by gut health specialist Dr. Nigma Talib, sound baths, yoga classes, snorkeling excursions, herbalist consultations and an intention-setting ceremony at sunset on the beach led by a Mayan shaman. A special dinner by chef Camille Becerra, who collaborated with Etéreo’s chef Miguel Baltazar, showcased plant-based dishes infused with House of Waris Teas. “It’s great to come to a place like this together,” said Waris Ahluwalia, “but what really matters is how you integrate the experiences into your life back home.”