Costa Rica Immersion Retreat: “Rejuvenate and Evolve”
If you are looking to get away from it all and focus on you, yourself and you than this is the perfect opportunity. This immersion is designed specifically to help you recharge your emotional body and enliven your spirit.
This Immersion uses the Elements (Earth,Water, Fire, Air, and Space) as a basis for self awareness and deeper knowledge of both body and mind. As we journey through the elements each student will become aware of both the obvious and hidden needs of the body, mind and heart. Through Yoga, Meditation, Enriching Conversations and Supportive Connections that last a life time this retreat will leave you feeling inspired, empowered and completely refreshed.
Yoga, Meditation, and Relaxation.
Immerse your self into the beauty of Costa Rica.
- Satsang: Meaningful and focused conversations
- Amazing Food
What is inluded:
- 8 Yoga Workshops
- 3 Satsangs
- Ground Transportation from Puerto Jimenez to Iguana Lodge
- Hot Tub
- Direct Access to The Beach!
Optional Add On’s:
- Extra Night(s) stay
- Horse Back Riding
- Nature Preserve
- Zip Lining
- Surf Lessons
- Water Fall Repelling
- Kayaking through through the Jungle
*Not Included: Flights or transportation to Puerto Jiminez
Logistics and Frequently Asked Questions
Where do I fly in to?
San Jose Costa Rica – The average from the U.S is between $300-500
How do I get to Puerta Jiminez?
- Short Flights: From San Jose to Puerto Jiminez via www.flysansa.com or www.Natureair.com (between $70-$120)
- Ferry, Contact email@example.com for details
When do I fly in and out?
Check the small flights to Puerto Jiminez on Sunday December 9th and return flights to San Jose on December 14th. You can arrive at any time to the retreat center on December 9th and leave any time on the 14th. Arrive Early and Leave Late to get the most out of your time. Once you have checked the potential times for your small flights, look for an international flight that suits your needs.
Should i stay over in San Jose?
Sometimes this is a great option – Stay a night in San Jose: There are great hotels of all different price ranges and experiences with free airport transportation. This is a great option if you cant find an early flight, and also its typically much cheaper to fly on Saturday’s. Therefor I schedule the retreat between the Saturdays for cheapest flights in and out of San Jose.
Can I extend my stay at Iguana Lodge?
YES, stay additional nights at Iguana Lodge if you have the time! After registering here, Contact Info@IguanaLodge.com and requesting to stay later or arrive earlier. Prices will vary depending on the room you choose, but you will receive a discounted rate for being a part of the retreat.
For Singles (sign up as an individual)
|Description||Price||Early Bird Rate||Payment Plans|
Economy: Personal Bed in a Shared Club Room (2 people per room)
|Communal: Personal bed in Shared Casita (3-4 people/room – Female Only)||$1610||$1410|
|Economy Plus: Personal Bed in a Shared Casita (2 people/room – Female Only)||$1675||$1475|
|Privacy: Private Bed, Room and Bathroom in a Club Room.||$1845||$1645|
|Privacy Plus: Private Bed, Room and Bathroom in a Casita.||$2500||$2300|
For Doubles: (For Couples and Friends that sign up together)
|Description||Price for 2 Yogis||Early Bird Rate for 2 Yogis||Payment Plans|
|1. For Couples: Club Room with Shared Bed||$2550||$2350|
|2. For Friends: Shared Casita with Individual Beds||$3250||$2950|
|3. For Lovers: Private Casita with Shared Bed||$3250||$2950|
Casita VS Club Room:
Casitas are beautifully built “tiny houses” that provide the experience of being in the jungle yet at the beach at the same time. They provide private but outdoor showers that make you feel like you are showering in warm rain water.
Club Rooms provide a clean cut experience with the soft sound of the ocean waves lulling you to sleep, and monkeys waking you up in the morning. While these rooms might be less magical than the Casitas they are sometime preferred by those that enjoy the comforts of a standard room style.
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