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Summit to Sea Yoga Adventure - Costa Rica - March 10-19, 2016


Welcome to the jungle! Ignite your soul and sense of adventure as we explore the mountains and beaches of Costa Rica. Rejuvenate your body with yoga appropriate for all levels, and nutritious food. Nourish your spirit by connecting with nature and fellow yogis. Relax into the “Pura Vida” lifestyle of Costa Rica. Come play with us in wild Costa Rica!

About the Retreat


WholeHearted Health invites you to join us for the Summit to Sea Yoga Adventure in beautiful Costa Rica. Step away from your hectic schedule and awaken your soul while exploring Chirripo Mountain and the beaches of the Osa Peninsula. Nourish your spirit with daily yoga appropriate for all levels, and indulge in healthy, inspiring vegetarian and vegan friendly dishes, incorporating a wide selection of organic and locally sourced ingredients. Relax into the “Pura Vida” lifestyle of Costa Rica. There will be opportunity to fulfill your sense of adventure with optional excursions and activities, or choose to simply enjoy some R&R. Come play with us in wild Costa Rica!


Retreat rate includes:

  • Overnight accommodation in San Jose upon arrival

  • Bus transfer from San José to Chirripó National Park (3 hrs scenic drive)

  • 3 nights accommodation and meals in the mountains at La Montana Azul

  • Complimentary mountain hike to botanical gardens and hot springs

  • Bus transfer from the Chirripó to the Osa Peninsula (4 hrs scenic drive)

  • 5 nights accommodation and meals at the beach at El Tumbo de las Olas

  • Complimentary jungle river hike to waterfall

  • Transfer from hotel to the airport in Puerto Jimenez (30 mins)

  • Domestic flight from the Osa Peninsula back to San José (1hr)

  • Added staff gratuity

  • Daily yoga sessions (most days will include morning vinyasa flow and evening yin/restorative)

  • Assistance with organizing airfare, trip extensions, and information regarding travel within Costa Rica


Retreat rate does not include:

  • Airfare to/from Costa Rica

  • Massages, yoga guide sessions, or additional excursions that are not listed above

  • Alcoholic drinks

  • Bank transfer and Paypal fees

Accommodations and Payment Policy


Total cost is $2,295 based on double occupancy. Single occupancy supplement is $500. Register by 10 December 2015 for $200 off! While we accept reservations up until the retreat is fully booked, your placement is based on room availability. If you would like to be placed with a roommate, please let us know and we will do our best to pair you with another participant. Due to the uniqueness of this retreat, we recommend making your reservation at least three months in advance. 


The Chirripo is the highest peak in Costa Rica. It is located on the Talamanca Mountain Range and forms part of the Chirripo National Park. Our remote mountain retreat 'La Montana Azul' is tucked deep inside the cloud forest at 5000 feet above sea level.  This spiritual location provides the ultimate mountain retreat setting.


The ‘Osa Peninsula’ is located at the most southern tip of Costa Rica, close to the Panama border, and at the entrance to the ‘Corcovado National Park’. The 'Osa' is home to the largest concentration of animal and plant species outside of the Amazon Rainforest, boasting nearly 5 percent of all species. It is listed in National Geographic’s top five naturist destinations. Location, location, location! 'Tumbo' is situated amongst primary rainforest and a stone's throw from the beautiful 'Pan Dulce' (sweet bread) and 'Backwash' beaches and offers a pleasant twist on jungle living.


To register for the retreat, complete the registration form/waiver and submit a non-refundable $500 deposit via PayPal using the button above, or mail check payable to WholeHearted Health to 13161 Bryant Cir, Broomfield, CO 80020. Please note that a 3% fee applies if paying via PayPal. Payment plans can be arranged, however, you may pay in full at any time prior to 10 February 2016. Anyone registering after 10 February 2016 will be expected to pay in full upon registration.


Should you need to cancel your reservation at least 60 days prior to the start of the retreat, you will receive a refund for payment made less the $500 deposit. Should you need to cancel less than 60 days prior to the retreat, for whatever reason, we will not be able to provide a refund or credit. No refund or credit will be given for arriving late or departing early. In the unlikely event WholeHearted Health needs to cancel the retreat, a full refund will be given. We strongly advise the purchase of travel insurance at the time of booking your retreat in case of any unexpected events or changes to your plans before or during your trip.

About Costa Rica


Costa Rica is a destination internationally renowned for its friendly and genuine people and spectacular nature. While it may seem remote, Costa Rica is easily accessible from the United States and Canada, and attracts more eco-friendly and holistically oriented tourists each year. “Pura vida” is a characteristic Costa Rican phrase used both as a greeting or farewell, and as an answer to express that things are going well. Pura vida literally means pure life, however, the real meaning is closer to "full of life" or "this is living.” You will quickly see that pura vida is more than just a phrase – it is a way of life for the Ticos (Costa Ricans). You would be hard pressed to find a more friendly and welcoming culture.


Costa Rica is not only known for its beauty and ecological tourism, but also as a country whose values reflect many ideals embraced by those of us interested in world peace, environmental preservation, excellent education, and a high standard of health care. Costa Rica is at the forefront of environmental stewardship in Central America. It is committed to a major initiative to decrease its ecological footprint and become a leader in the green movement. It is unique in Central America as it has the longest uninterrupted democracy, no standing army in more than 50 years, and a 95% literacy rate. The official language is Spanish, but many of the people speak some English, a required course in all schools.


Even though Costa Rica is a small country, it has almost 5% of the world’s biodiversity. Much of the country is set aside forever into protected National Parks, wildlife refuges and nature reserves. Costa Rica’s year round temperate climate generally ranges from 70 – 80 degrees during the day dropping down to 55 – 65 degrees at night.