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7 Days Santa Teresa Yoga Retreat in Costa Rica

  • Santa Teresa, Costa Rica

7 Days Santa Teresa Yoga Retreat in Costa Rica

  • Santa Teresa, Costa Rica

Yoga Retreat Costa Rica

Come and join a retreat set in a blissed-out village on the southernmost tip of the Nicoya Peninsula, jutting off the west coast into the sparkling Pacific Ocean. It is the kind of bohemian wonderland you can’t really believe exists. Enjoy yoga sessions, beach meditations, delicious meals and smoothies, and more fun and spiritual rejuvenation than you can possibly imagine!


  • 2 daily yoga sessions
  • Beach meditation practices
  • Visits to nearby gems around Santa Teresa
  • Daily breakfast, juices, and smoothies
  • Round trip airport transfers
  • 6 nights accommodations
  • 2 communal dinners
  • 7 days with instruction
  • English
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Accommodation will be at a boutique hotel and wellness center, nestled into the forest, directly across from the entrance to one of the best surf breaks in the country. Steps away from the villas is the salt-water pool surrounded by fragrant gardens.

The accommodation options are single, double, and triple rooms in one-bedroom villas, and there is one two-bedroom villa available (first come first served). All villas include organic bedding and bath products, a sleeper-sofa (for triples), kitchens, spacious verandas with hammocks, fans, air condition, and more.

Incredible adventures await, at nearby gems like Cabo Blanco National Park, Montezuma, Tortuga Island and Mal Pais. Explore Costa Rica, Santa Teresa, and the surrounding region for the nature, surf, yoga, food, and fun! Together with your expert on-site staff, you will have the adventure of a lifetime.

  • Julia Fisher

    Julia Fisher founded Nala Travel to support indigenous and rural communities and sustainable travel innovations in Costa Rica. She loves taking people off the beaten path to discover Costa Rica’s most authentic adventures. Certified through the Sivananda Yoga teacher training program in 2006, Julia has taught yoga for 10 years throughout the Americas. Her students rely on her heartfelt creative sequencing, generous hands-on assists, and classes designed for each student to evolve according to their unique path.

  • Kristen Mast

    Kristine transitioned from a life-long elementary educator into the beloved owner and teacher at Muskegon Yoga. Since then, she’s been unstoppable, building a vibrant community through innovations including the first yoga teacher training program in the area. She originally discovered yoga as a pathway to healing when her father was undergoing cancer treatments, and continues to reveal in how much stronger she feels as a result of her practice as a mother, daughter, friend, and human. She’s deeply inspired by the people she’s met through yoga and honored to practice alongside them.

This retreat will be taking place in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica. Following the endless seashore and wild jungles on the southernmost tip of Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula, count on fruit and flowers dripping from the trees, beauty all around, the constant call of the monkeys, and nightly beach gatherings to witness irresistible sunsets and surfers catching the last waves of the day.

At the divine Olam café, where food is medicine, you will be served fresh pressed juices, smoothies, Mediterranean, and Latin American inspired cuisine. Along the winding road, dividing the sea from the trees, find more delicious food than you can fathom for such a tiny surfer’s village (not to mention plenty of places to quench all kinds of thirst).

As outdoor adventurers flocked here, so too did the healers! Expect transformational mind, body, and soul treatments if you’re so inclined. Better yet, treat yourself to a one hour massage for an additional fee of 50 USD with Cody Reed if you reserve it when you register for the retreat. The exceptional staff on-site are available to customize a cleanse or nutrition program.

  • 6 nights accommodation
  • Breakfast and a fresh pressed juice or smoothie daily
  • Daily yoga and meditation
  • First and last night communal dinners
  • Transportation to and from Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO)

Arrival by plane

Please book your flight to arrive at Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Nala Travel will pick you up from the airport.

Arrival by ferry / boat

There is an option of ground transportation if you're arriving by ferry. Please contact Nala Travel for more details

  • The deposit is fully refundable if the booking is cancelled up to 2 days before the arrival date.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.


  • Review by Jacqueline from United States

    "Tropical forests and flowers, volcanoes, thermal springs, indigenous people, delicious foods, panoramic views, quiet beaches, incredible animals (rescued and wild), chocolate, and coffee-I experienced all this and more in just a week in beautiful Costa Rica. With the promise of so much more to see and enjoy, of course I will return to this beautiful country. And I will rely on Nala again to put together another incredible itinerary. "

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  • Review by Nancy from United States

    "We had such an awesome time! The best part was our three days at Tabacon with all the things that we did and saw. Plus the thermal springs were so relaxing after both the Volcano hike and the Hanging Bridges tour. But the Cano Negro trip-that was the highlight. We had an excellent guide who took the boat right up to caimans and iguanas and face to face with a sloth! Lots of monkeys too and birds, birds, birds! Thank you so much for all your help. I'm sure we would not have had nearly as great a time, nor known where to go or all the things to do."

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  • Review by Jasmine from South Korea

    "Traveling through Costa is a bit like, well learning to surf. It takes a bit of understanding and a certain amount of effort and trust to get the full benefits from this adventure. From the moment I arrived, I felt as if the "real" Costa Rica was at my fingertips. I was able to dive in, experience local flavors, and make new acquaintances in San Jose, Santa Teresa, and Puerto Viejo. Throughout the vacation, I knew that I would not miss a single opportunity to smile, to learn, and be to in awe of nature and local customs. Costa Rica sells itself as a picturesque, lush paradise. "

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  • Review by James from United States

    "What an incredible week in one of the most beautiful places on the planet. “You only know if you go!” How often my ventures into new countries-I’ve now visited over 50-have reflected revealing of the previously unknown. I loved every minute of my adventure: hiking the trails through dense rain forests and witnessing gorgeous streams and waterfalls; rushing down the Pacuare River in a raft and enjoying the thrill of the white water rapids; enjoying the beauty of the water and beaches at Puerto Viejo; seeing a beautiful toucan in the early morning rain; and walking the reforested forest with the leader of an indigenous tribe. In my 51 years of international travel, I haven’t visited a country with this diversity of topography and culture!"

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