Terra Noble
Terra Noble
Terra Noble
Our Story & Approach2021-09-10T16:36:33-05:00

Founded in 1992

This space was created to make a call to respect, conscience and elevate us to a state of fullness and connection.

Jorge Rubio, artist, designer, dreamer, brother and friend. His vision and magic are present in every corner of Terra Noble and Villa Casa Gio. His legacy is a memory of love, creativity, simplicity and nobility; His legacy is a commitment we want to honor.

In these spaces he printed a harmonious panorama with everything around him, with the sole purpose of calling for respect, conscience and raising us to a state of fullness and connection.

This is just how the magic of this place works, with details of a subtle eccentricism, it gives us a taste of travel on Earth and the immersion in various cultures of the world that inspired our beloved Jorge Rubio in this creation where every noble heart is welcome .

Art & Healing Center

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Spa
Villa Kenya
Casa Gio
Temazcal
Theater
Workshops & Events
Restrooms

A team of young creatives, linked by similar values such as respect, kindness, sharing, tolerance and most of all love. Our extraordinary spaces allows us to host works-shop classes, ceremonies, and more, in the global idea of respect towards pacha mama, reconnection to our essences, expression and awareness.

The constant collaboration in between one another in Terra Noble creates a magical energy where everyone feels welcome and at home.

‘When you need it, Terra Noble finds you’

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Ancient Temazcal

This pre-Hispanic sweat lodge originated with indigenous people in Mesoamerica and can be found all over Mexico, most notably in the sanctuary of Terra Noble Temazcales were used in pre-Hispanic times: many vestiges of ancient sweat lodges have been found within ceremonial centers, and interestingly, frequently associated with ball courts. The construction was similar to that of palaces and temples, and their size, in comparison with modern examples, shows that they were buildings of great importance.

Cacao Ceremony

Cacao was cultivated by Mayas more than 2,500 years ago and it was called “Ku-Ku”. Ku in Mayan Language means Sacred and Ku-Ku “above sacred”. Aztecs learned from Mayas how to cultivate and prepare it, they called Cacao “Cacahuatl” and the bitter drink that they obtained from his fruits “Xocolatl”. This drink was consumed just by Emperor and Nobility and is called Kakaw in Mayan Language that means “Drink of the Gods”. We prepare Cacao through a Special Ancestral Mayan Recipe.

“Everybody need beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and cheer and give strength to body and soul alike.”

JOHN MUIR

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This space was created to make a call to respect, conscience and elevate us to a state of fullness and connection.

Our extraordinary spaces allows us to host workshops, classes, ceremonies, and more, in the global idea of respect towards pacha mama, reconnection to our essences, expression and awareness.

‘When you need it, Terra Noble finds you’

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