Eternal Yoga at Chachagua Rainforest Lodge
Eternal Yoga is taught by visiting and resident faculty. Join one of the classes on our weekly schedule, or register for one of the many yoga retreats we host each year. We offer both group and private instruction. All are welcome to practice with us. Yoga mats and basic props are available for use. Rushing water, bird songs, local wildife, and the occasional rainstorm set the scene for your reconnection with self and nature.
This high vibration environment is suited perfectly to those interested in wellness, travel, eco-culture, and yoga. Here at the edge of a rainforest reserve surrounted by rivers and waterfalls, enjoy tropically modern cabanas, delicious organic foods and oncein a lifetime expereinces on our daily-guided hikes and activities that will introduce you to the beauty of this enchanting destination. These guided adventures to new locatoions and fufilling expereinces are offered daily.
We put together a yoga centered escape meant to nourish the body, mind and spirit at the brink of the rainforrest. Just east of the world renowned Arenal Volcano in the Central Highlands, the Chachagua Rainforest Hotel and is a 300-acre functioning ranch and eco-adventurers paradise. Immerse yourself in the beauty of nature this and discover the Eternal Children’s Forest, Costa Rica’s most biodiverse rainforest: Costa Rica’s largest private reserve and a hotspot for biodiversity, ecotourism, bird watching, and hiking trails. The Bosque Eterno de los Niños (BEN) was founded by donations from children in 44 countries, and is run by a nonprofit conservation organization, the Monteverde Conservation League.
The tuth of the mountain is that it holds a very speical energy. Dare to loose yourself along the zen of the riverbank or in the fern trails near the peaks.... dare to walk barefoot in the sun along the jungle trails, and experience what the forrest has to offer you.
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