6-Day Yoga & Meditation Retreat in Tamarindo, Costa Rica
With Vivi Albertazzi and Hector Moreno
Revitalize and harmonize your mind, body, and soul in Guanacaste. Enjoy the warm weather and the beautiful views of the valley. The spectacular infinity pool is at the perfect temperature all year long and the restaurant serves some of the best food in all of Costa Rica including local and international vegetarian dishes. Relax by the pool, explore the surroundings or visit the four beautiful beaches that the lodge has only a few minutes drive away and spend a week to remember in Costa Rica.
The retreat includes Airport transfers from Liberia Airport, daily beach transfers, Yoga two times per day, Meditation, 3 delicious vegetarian meals per day and all taxes.
For additional nights we charge a discounted USD 100.-per person with all the privileges as during the retreat.
The retreat is very much for relaxing and looking after mind and body and making friends with like minded people.
Yoga starts at 7:30 in the morning followed by breakfast. Lunch is at 1:30 and the second yoga is at 5:30 in the afternoon followed by dinner.
Our free Beach shuttle runs at 10am, 1pm and 4pm.
There is lots of free time in between to go to the beach or one of the many excursions offered.
There will be excursions to local attractions (Volcano, Animal rescues, Zip Line, Catamaran Sailing and more…) offered at an extra cost which are of course optional.
|Massage by Anna||USD||45,00|
|Thai Massage with Vivi||USD||65,00|
|SUP Yoga with Vivi||USD||75,00|
|Sound Healing with Vanessa||USD||50,00|
What’s Included in This Package:
- Airport transfer from and to Liberia or Tamarindo
- 6 days/ five nights in a single or shared double room.
- 3 delicious vegetarian meals daily
- 2 Yoga classes daily with 3 different in house instructors to fit your level
- 3 x Meditation
- daily Beach Shuttle
Located within the 4 most popular beaches of Costa Rica, Playa Tamarindo, Playa Grande, Playa Conchal and Playa Avellanas.
The Hotel overlooks the Canafistula valley with beautiful views from all Chalets. You will not be disappointed.
While the weather can’t be predicted, it’s usually nice and sunny without any rain from November until May.
June, July, and August Tropical showers can be expected but they usually pass quickly.
Sept and Oct is our rainy season and although there is lots of sunshine there will be clouds in the afternoons and rain can be expected multiple times a week in the evenings.
Electricity and outlets
Electrical outlets are the same as in the USA or Canada.
How to get there (flights, airport transfers, buses, trains)
It is best to fly into Liberia airport from where we will pick you up at no extra cost.
No visa required but passport has to be valid for a minimum of 6 months.
What to bring
- Passport: Valid minimum 6 months no visa required for US residents.
- Light Clothing for warm/hot weather.
- Bathing suits
- Bug repellent
- Hair dryer 120 volts
- Sandals for beach or pool and walking shoes for hikes.
Vivi Alberazzi, Originally from San José, Costa Rica moved to Guanacaste in 2016 looking forward to empower other women and men through her unique Surya yoga style (Yoga & meditation from the sun). Vivi is a life student and a passionate surfer. Certified Internationally by Yoga Alliance 200Hr TT, also she’s certified to teach SUP Yoga (Stand Up Paddle board yoga) and Thai Massage. She teaches around Guanacaste province and also she has taught abroad in 2017 she was selected by an Eco self-sustainable project in Indonesia (Sumba Hospitality Foundation) to teach yoga to their students and staff. Vivi teaches…
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Hector J. Moreno is originally from Caracas, Venezuela. After moving to Costa Rica, he joined the El Sabanero family in 2016. Hector teaches all morning classes at 7.30am and on Thursdays he does a silent morning walk through the jungle. His intuitive teaching styles are acording the needs of the group and they vary fromMovement Restorative, Vinyasa flow, Slow flow Vinyasa, Movement, Restorative, Terapeutic, Asthanga, Dharma, Hata and Tantra.
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