Thailand Retreat!!! Join Me in Thailand!!!!

I’m literally jumping up and down with excitement right now which is SUPER hard to do while trying to type but I can’t help it!! I’m SO PUMPED!!! Some of you may remember that recently I teamed up with The Trip Tribe and in May we had an EPIC retreat to Italy in which 22 of you participated for what was a trip of a lifetime. Well, guess what. In celebration of the recent release of my new book, Everyday Paleo Thai Cuisine, I have once again teamed up with The Trip Tribe to offer you a Paleo and Thai Culture Retreat and the destination is Chiang Mai, Thailand!!!!!

Did you hear that??? THAILAND!!

I want YOU to come with ME to beautiful Chiang Mai and experience all the culture, food, adventure, fun, and relaxation that the country of Thailand has to offer.

During our 7 days together in Chiang Mai you’ll experience Thai cooking classes and have a paleo culinary adventure like you never have had before, you’ll have a chance to train in the ancient art of Muay Thai, visit a sustainable farm, tour several amazing markets, enjoy Thai Massage, workout with me and much much much more!!

We’ll be staying at the Eco Resort in Chiang Mai which on it’s own will be worth the entire trip.

The trip takes place February 8th – February 14th 2015!!

Ok, now you must go sign up today to reserve your spot and to find all the details! Space is very limited and the time is NOW to reserve your spot, pack your bags, and very soon – join me in Thailand!!

Click here for more information and to sign up for the trip! I can’t wait to be in Thailand with all of you – let’s go on a Paleo and Thai Culture Retreat together!


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Sarah Fragoso

Sarah Fragoso is an international best selling author of 6 books, co-owner of the Chico, CA based gym JS Strength and Conditioning, and founder of the Everyday Paleo franchise. Sarah is the co-host of the popular Sarah and Dr. Brooke Show podcast and she also conducts workshops and retreats on the subjects of nutrition, lifestyle and fitness.

Her message is from the heart and she carries a genuine desire to help other families looking for guidance. These attributes have contributed to her successes and provide the drive to keep the discoveries coming.

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  1. I was so hoping there would be a Thailand trip!! So I am trying to figure out exactly what the cost would be – meals and airfare are not included, correct? What airport would we fly into?

    1. That is correct! You are responsible for your own airfare and meals (good news, food in Thailand is incredibly inexpensive!) I recommend that you fly into Bangkok and then you’ll need to take a commuter flight on either Bangkok Air or Thai Smile Airways to Chiang Mai. I would plan on staying a night in Bangkok so that you can see it and rest up and then fly into Chiang Mai. The commuter flights are very inexpensive, nice, and safe! Let me know what other questions you might have and hope to see you soon in Thailand!!!

  2. Brenda says:

    I live in Chiang Rai which is about a 3 hour bus ride north of Chiang Mai. I would like to sign up for this event but need to know the cost. Please let me know – Thanks, Brenda

    1. Hi Brenda!

      Here’s the link with all the info!

      Let me know if you have any other questions and I look forward to seeing you soon!

    2. Brenda Breidinger says:

      Thanks for the reply. I also sent another one after I read the details of the event. Don’t know if you have seen it. I’m originally from Idaho but have been living in Thailand for the past several years.

      I live in Chiang Rai which is a 3 hour bus ride N. of Chiang Mai. I’ve been to Chiang Mai many times and I have a place to stay while I’m there. So, needless to say I don’t need the tours, massages, etc. But, I would really like to attend the cooking sessions. Is that a possibility? If so, what would the cost be?

      I also have a friend who is an excellent Thai tour guide if you need/want guides that I can highly recommend. Please let me know. Thanks, Brenda

      1. Hi Brenda,

        I’m not sure how that would work, I’ll have to talk to the folks at The Trip Tribe and see if that might be a possibility. Do you mind emailing your request to me directly to Thank you!

  3. From your experience would Thailand be a safe place to visit for someone who can’t eat nightshades or rice? Would love to consider joining you if so!

    1. You can absolutely avoid rice, chilis are a bit harder to avoid but if you stick to grilled meats and eggs dish, you would porbably do ok! Also, they ususally make everything to order, even at street carts so requesting no chilis shouldn’t be a problem. Hope to see you there!

  4. Tamara says:

    Sarah is this program for adults only or would it be ok if my husband and I brought our toddler with us? Thanks!

    1. I think it would be perfectly awesome for you to bring your toddler! We will have our kiddos there too. If you have any more questions, you can always email me directly at Hope to see you in February!

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