About.

Inanitah is a consciously created, earth-based spiritual community and transformational living and learning center inspired by the path of freedom and aliveness. Our vision is to raise spiritual and environmental consciousness and create space for individual and collective transformation.

We are situated between fire and water volcanoes, tucked against the hillside of Volcan Maderas on an incredibly biologically diverse 22 acres. Our peaceful natural surroundings are framed by panoramic views of both volcanoes and epic sunsets over the lake. Isla de Ometepe has a rich spiritual ancestry and once served as a sacred Indian burial ground, with evidence of a pre-Mayan civilization. The symbolism present in the many petroglyphs and idols scattered around the island aslo show the possibility of other Native American influences, such as Hopi and Incan.

We began cultivating and building in 2009, and are in the midst of various natural building and permaculture projects, which are heavily supported by our volunteers. We also offer workshops and gatherings throughout the year, alongside our various ongoing activities.

The InaItah community works together with Fundacion InanItah, a registered US based non-profit educational organization, to provide live-in sustainable educational experiences, workshops and classes, as well as social and educational programs for the local Nicaraguan community.We invite our visitors and volunteers to join our community in living, learning, and sharing. At the heart of it all, we wish to empower people to discover and share their natural gifts in cooperative celebration and service.

Experiences

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$308/person
January 04 - 07, 2020
  • natural building
  • permaculture
  • community projects
  • Coworking
  • cultural exchange
  • Meditation
  • medicinal plants
Weaving is an ancestral art from the pre-historic human age and a reminder to slow down the rhythm of Life.In this workshop we’ll weave into creation the ceremony grounds for the PachAbuela Spirit Gathering. We will experiment with different styles of weaving like interlacing and dreamcatcher making and explore collective intuitive weaving to co-create a collective and communal art installation...

Key Stats.

Year founded

2009

Size of project site

9 hectares

Languages spoken

  • English
  • Spanish
  • German

People on site

8 - 40

Dry season

November to May

Wet season

June to October

Living Conditions.

Sleeping

  • tent camping
  • shared rooms
  • private room
  • hammocks

Vegetarian Food

  • communally cooked meals
  • communal kitchen access
  • over 80% locally sourced

Internet

  • fast: streaming video

Ongoing classes

  • meditation
    daily
  • yoga
    3-5 times per week
  • dance
    1-2 times per week
  • permaculture
    1-2 times per week
  • breathwork
    1-2 times per week

Opportunities

InanItah is currently offering the following opportunities:

  • Volunteer program
  • administrative & hospitality support

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