My good friend Miles visited us from Texas with aspirations to experience Costa Rica to the fullest. On the first day of his visit, he asked “So, what’s so great about Costa Rica anyway?” What a superb question! Anna and I took some time to show Miles what Pura Vida is all about.
Going for a retreat is an inexpensive way to take a break and treat yourself with something new. If you are an enthusiast of yoga, consider going for affordable Yoga retreats san teresa. You will get rejuvenated as well as meet and interact with new people. New experiences are always a great treat. You do not know what to expect and have nothing to lose.
They also provide a weight loss program, certain weeks where the food is raw, themed weeks and weekends such as the Art of Mediation or Walking in the Forest. Make sure you check it out first, some classes are only in French.
Swimming with stingrays is a must. Organisers will take you to a sandbar where you will be able to get up close to dozens of stingrays and feed and touch them. If you aren’t quite brave enough you can still see these amazing fish up close through a glass-bottomed boat.
You need to choose the activities that suit you and make the most out of them. Most of the yoga retreat centers allow you to enjoy crafts, sightseeing and hiking along with yoga. You should participate in some of these activities to have a great time during your visit.
Do you want to do full time yoga or occasional classes will suffice? – if you want to do other things on your holiday beside yoga then head to a resort. Here you can have a few classes of yoga and also enjoy other activities. However if your goal is to seriously practice yoga morning and evening, meditate, eat right and be focused on your well being then a yoga retreat is the right place for you.
In a beautiful area of Brazil, Kurotel is close to the mountains and has a very mild climate. Their spa provides dermatology, body and face therapies (treatments), hair, water therapy, organic meals, and so much more.