InterPlay on Lake Atitlan in the heart of the Mayan culture

Guatemala InterPlay Adventure 2019

Billy Amoss, Kate Amoss, Ginny Going, and Tom Henderson

Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

January 26-February 2, 2019

Travel with master InterPlay leaders Billy and Kate Amoss, Ginny Going and Tom Henderson to Villa Sumaya Retreat Center ( on the shores of magnificent Lake Atitlan in the heart of the Guatemalan highlands. Treat yourself to a unique week-long time to relax and rejuvenate your body, mind, heart and spirit in the shadow of three majestic volcanoes in the Guatemalan Highlands.

There will be daily InterPlay sessions interspersed with a Mayan village tour or adventurous mountain hike, hot tub soaking, shaman cacao ceremony and simply enjoying the splendor of this amazing location and much more.

Villa Sumaya is an eco-oriented retreat center on the shores of Lake Atitlan with an uninterrupted vista of three majestic volcanoes. Villa Sumaya serves delicious vegetarian meals (meat on request) and local healing practitioners are available on site for massage and other body-centered modalities.

Included in trip package:
Seven days at Villa Sumaya (housing, meals & staff tips)
Three healthy vegetarina meals per day
Daily InterPlay sessions
Ground and boat transportation to and from Villa Sumaya
Excursion to Mayan village or adventurous mountain hike
Cacao ceremony with Mayna shaman

Extras you pay on your own:
Your flight to and from Guatemala City
Travel insurance (highly recommended)
Spa services & additional tours at Villa Sumaya
Miscellaneous tips (van driver, boat captain)

Cost: $1,500 (does not include airfare) in three payments. $400 deposit to hold your space

Registration/Information: or 919-412-3851


Villa Sumaya Retreat Center

Lake Atitlan,
Villa Sumaya is an eco-oriented retreat center situated on the picturesque shores of Lake Atitlan in the Guatemalan highlands. With an uninterrupted vista of three perfect volcanoes, Villa Sumaya is the ultimate experience for those in search of rest, reflection and ageless natural beauty.
Billy Amoss
Billy Amoss is a certified InterPlay leader in the Washington, D.C. area. Billy is the Executive Director of the Rostropovich Foundation, a DC-based non-profit organization that finances and manages international children's health programs.
Kate Amoss
Kate Amoss, MA, LCPC, is an InterPlay Master Teacher and Professional Counselor in private practice. She has an unshakable faith in the power of the imagination to transform, delight, and liberate. She uses applied InterPlay with clients in groups, workshops, and individually. Since 2005, she has been co-leading the InterPlay Life Practice Program in Washington DC. Currently, she is the president of InterPlay DC and is serving on the national board of Body Wisdom. "I am so fortunate to be part of this global movement that is changing the world dance by dance, story by story, and song by song."
Ginny Going
As a recovering serious person, I consider InterPlay my 12-step program and my life practice for having more ease and grace. I've worn a variety of vocational hats in my life and currently describe myself as a community artist, bodyspirit mentor and InterPlay leader. I love offering people the "big body" tools of InterPlay for telling their stories, especially people on the margins of our communities. I am also passionate about embodied spirituality, engaging people in prayer and worship forms that include and honor the body through movement, stories and song. With my partner and husband Tom Henderson, I teach and lead retreats in a variety of settings.
Tom Henderson
Tom is a certified InterPlay leader, community artist, organization development consultant and retired pharmaceutical chemist. With his wife, Ginny Going, he is co-owner of Colleagues, a business dedicated to enabling individuals and organizations to thrive. Ginny and Tom also co-direct Off the Deep End Ensemble, an InterPlay performance company founded in 1997.

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