If you have special dietary needs, don’t worry. Lex Ulibarri, our Italian organizer shared this:
“Borgo della Marmotta serves as a yoga center in the middle of the most traditionally “slow food”, “zero kilometer” fresh, country food area of Italy that there is. Since we are a facility for yoga, we have heard of and adapted to every dietary restriction you can think of. And they still loved the food…
It is true that some people with gluten intolerance can eat the pasta here because it has been made with “non-genetically” modified wheat. Also we have had many folks who do not drink. That does not mean that understanding the traditions behind the wine and olive oil making process aren’t interesting.
Basically, this is an opportunity to learn about another way of living, feel, taste, smell, and savor artisanal traditions that go back thousands of years, all in an environment that embraces its history and spiritual foundations.”