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Yoga Retreats in Costa Rica

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omsingh
8/28/2019 02:12 EST

Hi,

Could you please recommend me some affordable yoga retreats in Costa Rica?

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princzz
8/28/2019 13:56 EST

There are none. As soon as you say "yoga" people think you have money and willil charge you!! Truth!

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GillPhelan
8/28/2019 15:51 EST

Yeah right. They charge 4k a week in the states and 1500 around nosara. That may be considered a good price by anyone who actually knows what they are talking about.

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GBP
8/28/2019 17:28 EST

Hacienda del Sol in San Juanillo is very effective and by comparison a very good value.

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Moregon
8/28/2019 20:56 EST

Check out Passion Yoga School or Selva Fitness/Soul Work. One of the teachers works for Passion Yoga and SoulWork is her offshoot that delves deeper into serving others. They give a lot back to their community. Also, if it is a financial burden but you feel you would gain a lot from a retreat, with any program see if they have any scholarships or I'd you can barter (maybe you can help with updating a website, share a room, get their early to do any prep work). Yes, it's a business and they need to make money, but many also got into yoga for the love of it. I hope it works out for you!

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horsenut2000
8/28/2019 23:01 EST

@Gill, I'd like to know where you get your data from. Yoga does not cost $4k/ a week in the states. Classes start at $35 per session and go up depending on the studio and services offered. I have friends that buy packages that get the prices down even slightly less than that. Honestly.....

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princzz
8/29/2019 14:41 EST

$35!!!!!??? Are you crazy!!!? Where in the hell do you get your BS information? Smeller like fish!

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Kohl
8/29/2019 15:50 EST

In some places in the world, one could probably pay $35 for a lesson....but I doubt that this would be so in Costa Pica, especially at a 'resort.'

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horsenut2000
8/29/2019 22:49 EST

@Princzz- As I said already, I have friends that are paying those prices now! Try reading what was written. I live in a major metropolitan area of 1M people. Where do YOU get your information from???

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Gypsymark2019
8/30/2019 02:55 EST

Why don't you all argue on Facebook , like everyone else ?

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Yogiana
8/30/2019 12:18 EST

Hi, I run a affordable yoga retreat in Playa Tivives, central pacific coast of Costa Rica. My next is schedule for February 29 - March 7 2020. Also I run a retreat in Grecia. Central Valley of Costa Rica
Please find my info at www.yogiana.com

Namaste ~ Ana

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horsenut2000
8/30/2019 13:16 EST

@Yogiana, WOW- what a fantastic package! All that for $850/ week? Transportation to/from the airport, lodging, yoga and lots more!! Looks like a wonderful retreat for anyone visiting CR!!!

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ILuvCR
8/30/2019 17:15 EST

Hola Yogiana!

soy residente, how about hourly/daily rates in Grecia or Tivives?

Pura Vida!

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Yogiana
8/30/2019 18:09 EST

Namaste ~ ana

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Yogiana
8/30/2019 23:30 EST

I teach a affordable yoga retreat in Playa Tivives, central pacific coast of CR. Visit yogiana.com for all the info.
Namaste ~ ana

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Yogiana
9/1/2019 16:39 EST

Hi dear, I am teaching in the US for the rest of the year. Back teaching in CR at the end of January for the yoga retreat in Tivives.
??~ Ana

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