Mallorca Healthy was created by Kika Mas,

“Indigenous Mallorcan”, that's how I was baptised by Fritjof Capra on one of his visits to Mallorca.

My birthplace is a small village called María de la Salud. Everything I experienced there sealed the essence of the MEDITERRANEAN in me.

Travelling alone at the age of 22 in search of knowledge, I discovered world traditions and philosophies, weaving the fabric that became this collaborative space called Mallorca Healthy.

I have collaborated with the Sacred Circles of the wise Grandfathers and Grandmothers of planet Earth, organised all over South America with the highest representatives of the indigenous Tribes.

I have collaborated in the awakening of the “wakas” in Perú, for many years,

I have visited different native cultures in Brazil, Canada, Argentina over 15 years, and to Senegal, Chile and I have continued to visit Peru and Bolivia for more than 25 years.

I have lived with indigenous communities and visited places of power in many parts of the world, like India, Ireland, Nepal, Mexico, Hierro Island, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Thailand…

Sacred Pilgrimages to:

  • India, visiting the Buddha’s birthplace, his place of Enlightenment and where he gave his first sermon.
  • The Camino of Santiago in Spain
  • The Kumbh Melha festival in India
  • Classical Greece and the Dodecanese Islands, the Asklepium Temple of Hippocrates and the Ionian Islands
  • Pilgrimages to the Sacred places of South America

Sustainability, ecological awareness and personal development gatherings:

  • Terra Madre, in Turin, promoted by Carlo Petrini of the slow food movement
  • The Hippocrates Institute in the state of Florida USA
  • Visit to the International Health Centre, La Pradera, in Cuba, an institution of international prestige.
  • Assistant of the Excellent Conference meetings in Barcelona, with Alejandro Jodorowski, Edgar Tolle, Alex Rovira.
  • I have volunteered for several years at Amma’s events – Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi – in Barcelona, since I met her in her ashram in India.
  • Volunteer at the Vicente Ferrer Foundation of India.
  • Collaborating on the “Culinary Passion” event in Barcelona and then later organising the same event in Mallorca.
  • I have collaborated with the International Green Awards Foundation of Valencia, with the Jose Navarro Foundation and in the organisation of talks and activities for different shops in Mallorca
  • I have collaborated on “Education for Life” with Vandana Shiva, Satish Kumar, Fritjof Capra and Gunter Pauli.

And I continue learning through visiting different places and assisting in training.

I decided to organise these trips and design health programs in Mallorca after carrying out a “Vision Quest” in the Andes, a traditional ritual of the Lakota Indians, a vision gained from fasting and isolation for 3 nights and 3 days, with no food or drink, that showed me one of my life purposes: to organise transformative group trips for groups of people.

Travelling with a new paradigm, removed from mass tourism and in touch with the sacred – a humanitarian, rural and sustainable tourism, responsible, participatory, regenerative and supportive, slow travel to helps us find ourselves.

I now run my own therapy centre in Palma de Mallorca, where I work as a naturopath and holistic wellness consultant. With over 20 years’ experience working with elite athletes, famous musicians, artists and an endless number of people, with an astounding 5,000 happy customers.

And now I am fulfilling another dream of mine. Years ago the designer Sybilla asked me: Kika, what is your dream? and I replied: I would love to see my dear island of Mallorca green and sustainable, and its inhabitants happy and healthy.

And now, with a group of friends, I have allowed myself to pursue this dream by offering a series of experiences to help regenerate the island of Mallorca.

Mission Vision

To make optimal use of the environmental resources that constitute a key element in the development of tourism, maintaining essential ecological processes and helping to conserve our natural heritage and biodiversity.

To respect the socio-cultural authenticity of host communities, preserve their constructed and living cultural heritage and their traditional values, and work towards intercultural understanding and tolerance.

To provide equitably distributed benefits to all stakeholders, including stable employment, income-generating opportunities and social services for host communities, and to contribute to alleviating poverty.

We follow a strict zero plastic policy

We have reduced our direct carbon footprint

We work with small local businesses

We protect endangered species and wildlife

Nature is not a place to visit, it is our home.

Gary Snyder