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Join Krystal Pearson (Japmeet Kaur) and Julie Mino (Charanjeev Kaur) at The Sanctuary at Two Rivers Retreat Center in Costa Rica, to embrace an attitude of gratitude at this Kundalini yoga jungle retreat! The Sanctuary at Two Rivers was envisioned, designed, and built by yogis, with the intention of creating a place exclusively for yoga, meditation, expansion of awareness, and cultivation of inner peace.
Accommodation is based on eco-luxury double occupancy, in zen jungle lofts. Please send The Sanctuary at Two Rivers | Liz Lindh an inquiry if you are interested in single occupancy.
Throughout this retreat, you will have the opportunity to live in a luxury solar powered tropical modern zen jungle loft, practice yoga and meditation, dine on organic gourmet vegetarian and vegan cuisine, enjoy wellness spa services, and detox and reboot from your fast paced lifestyle.
There will be two daily Kundalini yoga practices, gong baths and mantra meditation sessions, a waterfall wellness ritual, a Mala making workshop, and endless amounts of relaxation and rejuvenation, hiking and swimming in the waterfalls and pool.
A waterfall wellness ritual and a Tortuga island boat trip with snorkeling are included in the price.
The Sanctuary at Two Rivers is located on the Nicoya Peninsula on the Pacific coast in Costa Rica. This yoga retreat sanctuary is perched approximately 1000 yards slightly above the Pacific Ocean in Cabuya, at the southernmost tip of the Nicoya Peninsula, which is one of only five blue zones in the entire world, by having a large concentration of centenarians living in the area.
The Sanctuary at Two Rivers is only two miles from Costa Rica's first National Nature Preserve, Reserva Cabo Blanco, and neighbors to the quaint artistic beach-town of Montezuma and the surf towns Mal Pais and Santa Teresa.
The Sanctuary at Two Rivers gets its name from the center’s land beginning at the junction of two rivers. In ancient India this was called a Sangama. This point is revered as an auspicious place to build temples and ashrams because of the positive energy that literally flows over, around, and through this matrix of topography.
Furthermore, set among hundreds of uninhabited tropical-dry forest acres, the privately secluded property of 40 acres encloses manicured tropical gardens and Jurassic jungle, making it ideal for both inner and outer exploration. That’s nearly three acres of earth per guest to enjoy, enliven, and enlighten.
Guests will be introduced to the bountiful gifts of mother nature from the moment of their arrival, as they walk from the car-park for 20 minutes over jungle and river paths to reach the grounds of The Sanctuary. Nestled between two rivers with waterfalls that flow year round, the private park is home to countless species of flora and fauna; including exotic mammals, birds, butterflies, reptiles, and amphibians that are common to Central America.
The Sanctuary at Two Rivers Yoga Retreat's fortunate geography allows for a tropically mild, nearly mosquito-free climate with cool refreshing breezes cascading throughout the rolling grounds, making one's stay remarkably comfortable, even when beach temperatures are soaring.
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Three daily gourmet organic plant-based meals and unlimited organic shade grown Costa Rican coffee, teas, bars, and organic fruits are included in the price.
The Sanctuary can easily accommodate a vegan or gluten-free diet. They can also omit certain nuts and legumes from the dishes but cannot guarantee a “nut-free or gluten-free zone” or that there has not been any cross contamination. Because of limited refrigeration space, they do not offer green juices, fruit smoothies, nor can they accommodate a raw foods diet.
You will enjoy endless amounts of relaxation and rejuvenation, hiking, and swimming in the waterfalls and pool.
There is an extensive menu of wellness services, including massage therapy, skin care, and acupuncture. These services can be booked upon arrival and paid using dollars, colones, or PayPal.
Please book your flight to arrive at Juan Santamaría International Airport (SJO). It is very easy to get to the Sanctuary with a 25 minute flight from Juan Santamaría International Airport (SJO) to Tambor Airport (TMU), where a taxi will drive you through the famous Nicoya Peninsula Blue Zone to the sanctuary. All guests must arrive at The Sanctuary no later than 16:00 on arrival day; please schedule your travel accordingly.
For your travel, plan at least two hours between local air and international travel. There is a departure tax of approximately 28 USD at Juan Santamaría International Airport (SJO) when you leave Costa Rica.
An option to flying, The Sanctuary at Two Rivers | Liz Lindh can prearrange land transportation (shuttle bus for a group or private taxi for individuals) from Juan Santamaría International Airport (SJO) directly to The Sanctuary via roads and a ferry that crosses Nicoya Bay to the Nicoya Peninsula. This might be economical for a large group and is approximately five hours. Prices start at 260 USD.
Individuals can book their own shuttle through Montezuma Expeditions or tropical tours for approximately 50 USD. Shuttles leave San Jose early every morning and will bring you directly to The Sanctuary. The trip will take about six hours.