La Cusinga Lodge, Hotel in Uvita Costa Rica

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Yoga Retreats Costa Rica

Espíritu Salvaje Yoga Center Uvita Costa Rica

Espíritu Salvaje Yoga Center – Costa Rica

La Cusinga Yoga Retreat Costa Rica

Our amazing Yoga Center in Uvita, Costa Rica with a unique view of the Bahia Ballena Marine National Park is a one of a kind yoga studio in Costa Rica. It is perfect for relaxation and meditation, with stunning natural views and sounds.

Bring your Yoga Group for your own yoga retreat in the jungle of Costa Rica. Practice Yoga in one of the most unique and diverse areas in the world: Osa, Costa Rica.

As a Yogi you will fill the powerful energy that the Center has, centered between the Ocean, the Rainforest, the Creek and the open sky. Yoga is about the perfect balance in life, we believe that our Yoga Center is a great place to find your balance.

The Espíritu Salvaje Yoga Center  has an extraordinary view of Ballena (Whale) Bay and Uvita Point, surrounded by the Quebrada Grande Stream and rainforest of La Cusinga Lodge. The isolation and freedom from modern artificial audio/visual distractions is a desired location, as well as being next to the Parque Nacional Marino Ballena, the first whale environment preservation national park of Costa Rica.

The building site has been considered by many to be a “power spot”, charged with magnetic energy and vital force. There is no question as to the site’s calling for sacredness.

Espíritu Salvaje Yoga Center – Costa Rica

La Cusinga Yoga StudioBring your yoga groups for a yoga retreat and enjoy the rainforest and ocean. Your retreat will be enjoying one of the most unique centers in the world. Our Hotel has a great Spa Center, enjoy a great treatment at our “Cinnamon Spa” – Yoga Retreat Costa Rica.

The Espítiru Salvaje Yoga Center has an extraordinary view of Ballena (Whale) Bay and Uvita Point, surrounded by the Quebrada Grande Stream and forest of La Cusinga Lodge. Its isolation and freedom from modern artificial audio/visual distractions is a desired condition.

We are next to the Parque Nacional Marino Ballena. This is the first whale environment preservation national park of Costa Rica. The multi functional center has a capacity of 35 people, and includes a lounge, dressing area, toilets, kitchen, and storage area. The Center was created with the Sacred Geometry and Sacred Architecture principles.

Yoga Retreats in the Rainforest of Costa Rica

Honoring yoga’s fundamental psychological and spiritual intention: to help unite the self internally and externally without borders. La Cusinga’s Center for Advanced Awareness was designed to serve as the most appropriate yoga studio in the country and as a unique one in the world.

This site has been considered by many to be a “power spot,” charged with magnetic energy and vital force. There is no question as to the site’s calling for sacredness, for your next Yoga Retreat Costa Rica.

La Cusinga Lodge Yoga StudioOur goals for the Center were functional sustainability, environmental integrity, simplicity, technological and holistic appropriateness, beauty, and well-being. These goals were achieved by using building materials present in the farm (timber and rock), and by incorporating the four elements of air, water, earth, and fire to create a unique and inspirational atmosphere. The design of the Center adheres to the principles of sacred geometry and sacred architecture, an approach based on the teachings of psycho-physiologist Dan Winter and Drunvalo Melchizedek.

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More information about the process of the creation of our Yoga Center.

Read more about the creation process of the Espíritu Salvaje Yoga Center Uvita de Osa Costa Rica, design details and the way we used the Sacred Geometry and Sacred Architecture principles in the Design Memory of Yoga Studio at La Cusinga Lodge, Costa Rica (PDF format) 

The Design of the Espíritu Salvaje Yoga Studio – Yoga Costa Rica – was based on:

Read about the teachings of Dan Winter (www.goldenmean.info)
Read about Drunvalo Melchizedek’s School of Remembering (www.drunvalo.net)