I came here for a Tarot Card reading and an emotional release type therapy thing later on. Both sessions were really enjoyable; they were done by the same therapist, an English guy called Marcus. He was very fun and understanding. These were the only things I had done so I can't comment on the rest but it looked really interesting, e.g. crystal healings with Egyptian massages etc. But I don't really believe in that type of thing so I just went for the psychological/emotional stuff instead. If you go I would highly recommend Marcus as a therapist. Sometimes it helps to have someone to let out painful trapped emotional stuff, and it's a lot cheaper to do that here than back home!! my tarot card reading unlocked a major answer to my question, it basically cleared up the reason I came on my whole trip on the first place. So very good. My second reading it was just nice having someone to talk to about something very painful.
The rest of the place; the grounds were beautiful and the buildings of the centre were striking. It was well-signposted but secretive and mysterious at the same time, with many winding paths and half-hidden entrances by bushes etc. I really liked it. I liked the Reception area because there was a shop with some really cool things in; crystals etc. I ended up buying some nice flower essence that you can put in drinking water. I liked the girl who worked on reception, she was quite nice. There was one who was quite rude to me the first time I visited, but I cant remember whether it was the same girl or not. But anyway, if it was she was nice enough the second time round.
I think you'd get a lot out of a visit/stay here if you are very spiritual and holistic, but even if you are not and are skeptical etc., you could still benefit from a visit to the emotional/psychologist therapist. Overall, I would recommend Las Piramides and would definitely go back there if I was ever in the area again.
- Also Known As:
- Las Piramides Hotel San Marcos La Laguna
- Las Piramides Hotel
- Las Piramides Guatemala/San Marcos La Laguna