Sharing our thriving life with you.
We are Markus + Micah. We live in a tiny house by the sea, grow our plants, cook plant-based food, travel, and design wellness retreats and mindful programs so we can all live meaningful lives.
What We Do
We left our standard lives, jobs, and society’s conditioning to create a slow and self-determined life that we love.
Our life is simple, delicious, spacious and focused on the essentials based on our personal values.
We create holistic wellness retreats and programs that honor movement, nature, mindfulness, and meaningful connections.
Thriving Life Retreat in Numbers
retreats in Bali and The Philippines
max participants per program
We can do it together
A self-determined life is available for everyone. Our retreats is only the beginning. You can design your thriving life, too. Every day, remember to:
- Focus on your essentials
- Take care of yourself
- Connect with others
- Make sustainable choices
- Have fun!
“I will do it again”
Latest Life Developments
- Thank you for 25, 532 turtle hatchlings this pawikan Season 2Earlier this month, the pawikan babies emerged out of the sand from the last nest in the hatchery adopted by Leeeeeenda. You know what that means: Season 2 for the Pag-asa Pawikan Protection and Conservation Center has ended and itContinue reading “Thank you for 25, 532 turtle hatchlings this pawikan Season 2”
- War is a mere continuation of politics with other meansIn the toolbox of policymakers, war is one among many. When deemed appropriate by the powers that be, war can be chosen as a means of enacting policy – no more or less legitimate than any other – albeit, crucially,Continue reading “War is a mere continuation of politics with other means”
- War, wealth, and women: a short history of Wilhlemsbad State ParkNear our flat is a beautiful and enormous park called Wilhelmsbad, a state-managed park with a lush forest, antique carousel, historic buildings, ruins, and a well. Or so I thought. Last Monday, Markus and I were treated to a quickContinue reading “War, wealth, and women: a short history of Wilhlemsbad State Park”