More details about the trip to PURA VIDA!

Dates:   February 22nd to March 1st, 2014CostaRica_2014_mini

Rehoboth Beach Yoga has been taking students on yoga retreats at the beautiful Pura Vida Spa for over 10 years. The return of many students attests to the quality and satisfaction of this amazing retreat. The reasons are: a beautiful location in the mountains overlooking the valley, three delicious healthy meals per day, two blissful yoga classes per day, high quality spa therapists and Watsu! Eco tours to explore the wonders of the rainforests, waterfalls, birds and volcanos.
Everyone always enjoys this retreat; you will as well. Join us this year for an Inner Journey as you venture into the wonders of Costa Rica.

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Rehoboth Beach Yoga in The Shore Life magazine!

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Read a great story about our yoga students’ trip to Machu Picchu by Delaware Editor, Virginia Daly, featured in the April-May, 2013 copy of The Shore Life magazine. Photos are included and the article describes our adventures to this magical location in South America. A free look at the digital edition of this issue is available here.

Two great trips scheduled for 2014

Pura Vida, Costa Rica

Dates:   February 22nd to 29th, 2014

Pura Vida Spa is a private, gated, 8-acre mountainside estate in Costa Rica’s Alajuela province.  It is only 20 minutes northwest of the SJO International Airport and 45 minutes from downtown San Jose.  Located at almost 5,000 feet above sea-level, year-round temperatures at Pura Vida range from 70 to 80 degrees during the day with mild nights in the high 50s to low 60s.

More information will be posted later.

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Lila Hall yoga room with a view of the valley. Pura Vida Spa in Costa Rica.

 


 

UPDATE: The following trip is sold out.

Maya Tulum, Mexico

On Februrary 8th – 15th, 2014, Kim Abplanalp and Terry Gardner, Leading and Certified Svaroopa® Yoga Teachers, will be your hosts for a Svaroopa® Yoga retreat at the Maya Tulum Resort, located on the beautiful Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. Experience Tulum and Coba ruins, Yucatan biosphere, great food, twice daily yoga classes, spa services including Mayan, on the Caribbean aqua blue sea, snorkeling with turtles or in the beautiful lagoon, day trips, rest, shared times with yogis.

For more information, download this PDF.

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Sunrise at the Maya Tulum resort during the 2009 trip.

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There’s nothing like a nice long lunge after exploring the Yucatan Peninsula.

 

 

Doing yoga in the Andean clouds at Machu Picchu

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The Rehoboth Beach Yoga community traveled to Peru last fall to see the famous Machu Picchu, “Lost City of the Incas,” undoubtedly one of the greatest heirlooms the Andean people left to the world. It was truly a Magical Journey. The lost city of Machu Picchu, according to the Columbia Desktop Encyclopedia, was a fortress city of the ancient Incas. It is located in a high saddle between two peaks, about 50 miles northwest of Cuzco, once the capital of the Inca empire. “The extraordinary pre-Columbian ruin, five square miles of terraced stonework linked by 3,000 steps, was probably the last Inca stronghold after the Spanish conquest.”Shown in the photo are (back row left to right) Pierce Quinlan, Sonya McNiel, Bob Dickson, Ginny Daly, Steve Fennell, Terry Gardner (holding a copy of our local newspaper), Barbara Fennell, Charlie Codacovi, Susan Luff, Lynn Cattafi and Mark Conheady.In front are (l-r) Jim O’Malley, Hannalore Berg and Doug Gardner.