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Embark on an inward journey to discover your highest self and true purpose through ancient yoga teachings, introspection, and self-love. This is a soul-rocking, life changing opportunity to dig deep, connect to your inner light, paint, play, laugh, cry and love. Understand samadhi (universal oneness) by connecting deeply with nature, learning about medicinal plants, local ecology, permaculture, and conservation. Frolic in the waves, hike a magical rainforest, paddle majestic mangrove tunnels, with Gypsea EcoYoga Teacher Training! Discover how to live your dharma by by unveiling your light within. Go zip-lining, surfing, whale watching and explore magnificent waterfalls on your days off! Please note, the prerequisite for this course is at least one year of consistent, steady yoga practice.
Casa Nativos is situated near the waterfall, just off the main road of Uvita. Located right beside a small creek and forest, guests have the pleasure of being up close to birds, toucans, monkeys, sloths, and iguanas. Restaurants, banks, and other services are a short walk away.
Our accommodations offer an intimate secluded piece of paradise with fresh young coconuts at your disposal. Wake to a plethora of beautiful hummingbirds greeting you in the morning. Although hot water is not plumbed into the rooms, cool water showers are a welcome treat after a long hot day. Wi-Fi is accessible from all of the rooms. The night prior to the first day of class is included in your course fee.
Students who complete their subsequent trainings are eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT®).
An ex-gymnast, spinally fused, 14-year yogi, Ashtanga, trained in India, with a gypSEA soul whose practice draws from Hatha, Kundalini, and Vinyasa. Her heart-centered approach evokes an understanding of interconnectedness through a focus on self-love, nature, and seva (service). The intention being for her students to discover the light within that ignites their path to inner peace, the connection which opens the heart to universal love.
I am just a girl, committed to following the guide, that resides in my heart space, my inner compass. I love to just go with the flow. I try not to hold onto any idea, habit, or routine too tightly but rather allow myself to just listen to what I need each day, in each moment. Moving to Costa Rica two years ago changed my life in ways I will never be the same. Moving to Colorado grounded me into my root chakra, allowing me to find roots of who I was and opening each day to who I am becoming. Moving to Costa Rica moved me into my heart chakra where I could live my truth and follow my dharma.
Being a natural intuitive most of my life, I started my studies with natural, holistic, and healing therapies in 2010. I began the journey for my own passionate search in finding awareness and love for myself. It was serendipitous and came to me in a part of my life when I needed it to show up the most. I had been sick with no explanation from doctors, woke up from a routine ENT procedure, and had no use of my left arm. Then I lost my father to ALS. Becoming my own self-love warrior is the most rewarding journey I have ever been on. I am blessed every day to share my story and passion.
Experienced Doctor of Chiropractic in the management of injuries, soft tissue rehabilitation & subluxation correction. B.S. in Exercise Physiology & Human Biology, California State University, Fullerton 1988. Doctorate of Chiropractic, Los Angeles College of Chiropractic 1991. Chiropractic Sports Physician Certification 1997. Certified Wellness Practitioner, 2006; helping patients toward a healthier life by removing nerve interference to the spinal system, balancing nutritional deficiencies & hormonal imbalances, eliminating emotional stress patterns and helping patients detoxify their bodies.
Uvita is a small village in southern Costa Rica. It is notable for its location, where the mountains most closely reach the Pacific Ocean, it is the closest village to Marino Ballena National Park (40 minutes walking, or a 5 minute taxi ride). This tropical hamlet possesses great charm in an unspoiled and serene atmosphere. With palm trees swaying in the wind, providing shady relief from the intense Pacific sun, there is plenty of outdoor options in this tropical paradise.
This course includes 3 home-cooked plant-based meals per day Monday through Friday. The food is locally sourced and meals are prepared by a private chef. Please plan to purchase your own snacks between meals, as well as meals on Saturday and Sunday.
Juan Santamaría International Airport
Transfer available for additional US$40 per person
Quepos La Managua Airport (XQP) is the closest airport to Uvita (1 hour by taxi). Most students fly into Juan Santamaría International Airport (SJO) and ride in a Gypsea Yoga organized shuttle from there. Transfer from and to the airport is available upon request at an additional cost (usually between 30 and 50 USD each way). Plan to arrive in SJO by 11 a.m. the Sunday before your course date begins.
Transfer from and to the airport is available upon request (usually between 30 and 50 USD each way) Plan to arrive in SJO by 11:00 a.m. the Sunday before your course date begins.
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