Your all inclusive Yoga & Ayahuasca Retreat
- 7 nights accommodation
- All meals included, prepared fresh daily from local sources in an ayahuasca-friendly manner
- 2 ayahuasca ceremonies with experienced English speaking ayahuasquero
- Classes on energy, chakras, self-healing, multi-dimensionality and higher consciousness
- 6 Yoga classes
- 5 Wim Hof and Joy of Breathing classes
- Evening mantra and meditation classes
- 1 Charkra Crystal & Amethyst Biomat session
- The comfort of a single, double or triple room
Check in & Check out
- Check in: 2pm on the first day (try to be on time)
- Check out: 10am on the last day
- If you would like to arrive 1-2 days earlier or leave 1-2 days later, please ask for room availability
- Single room: $2490 USD
- Double room: $2090 USD
- Triple room: $1790 USD
- $500 USD to reserve your place
- 100% deposit refund for cancellation 60+ days before retreat start date.
- 50% deposit refund for cancellation 30-59 days before retreat start date.
- 0% deposit refund for cancellation 0-29 days before retreat start date.
- Remaining balance is due 30 days before the retreat start date.
- If paid at the time of booking, a full refund of the remaining balance is available up to 30 days before your retreat start date.
- If you cancel 0-29 days before your retreat start date remaining balance is not refundable.
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Yes, definitely. You will have the opportunity to learn a lot and enlarge your understanding of yourself and of the universe.
Our program has been designed to provide great teachings and experiences to everyone. There is no specific pre-requisite. We try to teach in a way that it is understandable for everyone.
You will most likely not learn a lot about asanas, meditation techniques or prayanama. But for sure, your practice will evolve in a more energetic, mindful and spiritual dimension. You will be able to experience by yourself what the experienced yogi describe in books and integrate it in your spiritual practice.
Doing ayahuasca is sufficient and complete by itself. But the combination of yoga, meditation and breathwork allow you to:
- Be prepared for the ceremony in a way that the energy is flowing, your chakras are more open and your resistances are less active for the ceremony. You can then expect a deeper experience and more profound healing.
- Ease and accelerate the healing you got during the ceremony. The yoga, meditation and breathwork help to move out the old energy that is now free from resistances.
- Doing yoga, meditation and breathwork just after a ceremony helps you integrate the ayahuasca experience into your spiritual practice. You will learn how to achieve similar state of consciousness by yourself, without any substance.
One effect of ayahuasca is to wake up the pineal gland, which is linked to the third eye chakra. It leads people in a deep perceptive state where it is possible to experience a profound spiritual experience. I mean a profound connection with one’s spirit. You can achieve the same kind of connection with yoga, meditation or breathwork, but be ready to train daily for years or decades.
It is safe to take ayahuasca with the appropriate guidance in an appropriate setting, as we do at YogAyahuasca.
Medical contraindications are well documented and can be checked in the Ayahuasca page.
It is quiet common and natural to feel fear when you think of drinking ayahuasca for the first time. If last minute you don’t feel like doing it, it is 100% fine. We are glad that you respect your own feelings.
If you can afford it and if there is availability, a more personal environment is recommended. After an ayahuasca ceremony, some elements from the past might wake up, some old emotions might raise, some old traumas might come back to be healed. It is then more comfortable to have some privacy to feel free to let things go out. A single room or sharing your space with your beloved one or close friends is recommended.
Costa Rica is located in Central America, north of Panama, flanked by the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. It is a small country, with 250 km (155 miles) between coasts and about 400 km (250 miles) length. Costa Rica is well known for its biodiversity, it is a paradise of natural beauty. Its tropical rainforest and dry forest contain 6% of the world’s species although the area of the country is as less as 0.1% of the territory of the earth. Locals are very friendly and there are few countries that welcome foreigners as well as Costa Rica.
Check the exact location and how to travel to Puerto Viejo in the Contact page.
- The average annual maximum temperature is: 86° Fahrenheit (30.0° Celsius)
- The average annual minimum temperature is: 69.8° Fahrenheit (21.0° Celsius)
- On average, the temperatures are always high.
- On average, the warmest month is August.
- On average, the coolest month is January.
- On average July is the wettest month.
- On average September is the driest month.
We highly recommend a good mosquito repellent! Costa Rica has its fair share of insects and snakes. Most present no cause for concern, and a few simple precautions will ensure your safety. Dengue is a tropical virus carried by mosquitoes, and is most prevalent along the Caribbean coast. Always carry bug spray to repel mosquitoes, and in coastal areas, you may want to use an insect repellent with deet. For more information regarding vaccinations, you can visit https://travelreadymd.com/do-
In the case of injury, illness or emergency, visit a public or private hospital. Costa Rica’s health care system is considered to be one of the best in Latin America, and many doctors speak fluent English. Public hospitals are located in every province and provide good service at low cost. Some private hospitals, which are prevalent in the Central Valley, will accept your U.S. insurance; be sure to check with your insurance provider before travel abroad.
In Hone Creek, at 15 minutes drive, there is a medical clinic open 7/7 and 24/24.
In Limon, at a 30-40 minutes drive there is a state hospital open 7/7 and 24/24.
Yes, but it is always important and wise to follow precautions when you are traveling. Many precautions may seem like basic common sense, but are excellent reminders. For instance, if you rent a car, do not leave exposed belongings inside and venture off. Do not leave unattended items on the beach, like your money and cell phone when you go in the water. Use the hotel safe for jewelry and important items, such as passports and credit cards. It’s a good idea to make a copy of your passport to have on hand.Travel insurance may be something to consider. It’s also recommended to avoid visiting an ATM machine after dark, taking nighttime trips to bars or the beach, or walks in areas you don’t know are safe. Be aware of your surroundings. Do not show displays of wealth, such as expensive watches and jewelry. Violent crime is extremely rare in Costa Rica, but theft is a concern. Petty crime is most frequent in the capital city of San Jose, where pick pocketing, mugging, and purse snatching occur.
English is the first foreign language and the second most taught language in Costa Rica, followed by French, German, Italian and Chinese. Spanish is the official language of Costa Rica. English is spoken natively by many people (but not everyone) on both coasts, particularly on the Caribbean side. Many Costa Ricans are bilingual since most of them work in tourism or customer service.
The Costa Rican unit of currency is the colón, with a value fluctuating between 500 – 550 colones per $1 US dollar. The cost of travel in Costa Rica is higher than other countries in Central America, but is still significantly cheaper than in the U.S. or Europe. Most major hotels and resorts, large restaurants, and chain supermarkets will accept US dollars and change, while small stores, roadside vendors, and If you plan to use US money in Costa Rica, bring bills of $20 or smaller. And be sure the money is in good condition. If you have change coming, expect in to be in colones. Using US dollars is a good option in Costa Rica, rather than exchanging US dollars into colones. Another good option if you need colones is to use your debit card at ATM. Only get what you think you will use while in Costa Rica, converting the money back to US dollars will cost you in fees.
A valid passport from your country of residence is required to travel to Costa Rica. There are no requirements to obtain a visa for travel to Costa Rica for US Citizens, Canadians and most European countries. Check your country’s specific visa and passport requirements https://www.costarica.com/
Yes. It is possible to rent a car and drive in Costa Rica. Be aware that in Costa Rica you drive on the right side (just like USA or Canada). Driving signs are in Spanish and in kilometers. The normal speed limit on the highway is 90 Km/h, or 55 mph. Speeding tickets are expensive.