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Join yoga retreat with MC Yogi and Amanda Giacomini at the elegant boutique resort Pranamar Villas, an intimate, consciously designed oceanfront hotel on the spectacular beach of Playa Santa Teresa. This retreat is a time to relax, deepen your practice of yoga, connect to nature, swim in the ocean, play with loving friends, and relish in each others' divine company. Come and take part in Yoga Toes blissful extraordinary yoga retreat!
During your retreat, you will be staying at Pranamar Villas. It is an elegantly designed villas, built with Costa Rican hardwoods, bamboo and plenty of windows and doors, invite guests to enjoy nature and ocean views in an intimate setting. Each two-story villa has two air-conditioned bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room and plenty of decks and terraces.
It has some luxurious granite stone tubs surrounded by tropical gardens to give a unique, exotic touch to the open-air bathrooms. It is also decorated with imported, hand-crafted Indonesian furniture and floating around a free-form pool. The villas create a relax and romantic atmosphere complemented by their natural surroundings.
All four poolside villas include a personal pool entrance, 2 air-conditioned bedrooms, fans, screens, small bar fridge, garden bathroom with granite stone tub, laptop-size security safes, Wi-Fi, and 2 king beds or 1 king and 2 twins beds. The two oceanfront luxury villas sit directly in front of the beach, offering an uninterrupted sunset view. They also include a full kitchen, oversized verandas and extra spacious rooms. Details of the accommodation options are as follows:
It has either 1 king or 2 single beds. The bedrooms are large with ocean view and large terrace, bathroom, air conditioning and fans in bedrooms. The villa has two stories with two bedrooms upstairs, and kitchen and living area downstairs.
Oceanfront bungalow has ocean views located in front of the beach. It has king-size bed, garden bathroom, fans, air conditioning, large deck with hammock and table, small living space with single sofa couch or bed, laptop size security safe, small refrigerator and coffee maker.
Oceanview kula house is a two-story house, large upstairs room with king size bed and 3 singles, downstairs with queen bed with single sofa bed, kitchen, free Wi-Fi, telephone, living space and giant decks and terraces.
This retreat will take place in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica. Playa Santa Teresa is a growing beach town that has recently been discovered as one of Costa Rica's most spectacular beach destinations. It is famous for all year round surf and a friendly, chill vibe. This small village attracts visitors from all over the world who come to experience adventure and fun in a relaxed, tropical environment.
This retreat is open to all levels. The morning yoga session will be a stronger Vinyasa style practice. Yoga Toes recommends participants to have at least a year of yoga experience and are free from any major injuries. The evening sessions will be mellower, gentler and will incorporate non-physical aspects of yoga such as meditation, philosophy, pranayama, Restorative and Therapeutic yoga.
For more information, ask your questions directly to Yoga Toes, who will be happy to assist you. Simply click on the Send inquiry button to send a message.
Amanda Giacomini has over 15 years of study and practice of the yogic arts and is the co-founder of Yoga Toes Studio in Point Reyes, California. Amanda offers a Vinyasa flow practice that is creative, playful, and nurturing. Her gentle and intelligent adjustments make her classes and workshops accessible to everyone, regardless of age and physical ability. Her primary influences are from the Ashtanga, Jivamukti, Anusara, and Siddha yoga traditions.
Mc Yogi discovered yoga at the age of eighteen. On a whim, he joined his father for a meditation intensive with a famous spiritual teacher from India. He deeply moved by this powerful experience, then he devoted himself to learning everything he could about the ancient discipline. He continues to study the physical forms of yoga, as well as meditation, philosophy, and devotional chanting.