Experience the sweetness of this “blue zone” jungle paradise. Nosara’s yoga / surf town vibe is conducive to connecting more deeply with nature, community & self. Optional daily yoga is offered and several additional afternoon yoga classes, including one master class with Katelin, leaving plenty of time to craft your own adventure. We will share beautifully prepared meals, meet for sunsets and yoga and enjoy an off site dinner as a group.
There will be an opportunity for a group ATV adventure to a waterfall for swimming and farm tour. The views from mountain ridges are stunning and well worth the trip. All excursions & off site meals are optional and not included.
7 nights accommodations, meals, yoga, and bodhi shuttle.
Round trip airfare, off site meals or adventures, transportation from LIR airport, 13% resort tax.
Lead Teacher / Teacher Mentor and Director of Yoga Teacher Training E-RYT 200
Katelin found yoga at a time when she felt lost, and she immediately felt that she had found what she was looking for all along. Her love of spirituality, wellness, and community all came together with the practice and she has found peace in yoga’s deeply healing and empowering effects. Katelin’s classes are strong, encouraging and centered. Focused in Vinyasa, Power, and Fundamental Flow, Katelin offers a wide range of teachings welcoming all levels of ability. She offers modifications, strong alignment cues and attention to breath in every class. Katelin is happy, warm, welcoming, and loving. She thrives on sharing her knowledge and love of yoga with every student who shows up and aims to guide them to connect to a deeper sense of self. She knows there isn’t any feeling quite like that of strength and contentment in one own’s skin and feels confident that yoga can bring that to all of her students.
Studio Founder, Yoga Teacher / E-RYT 2
Jill found her way to the mat seeking balance in the midst of raising a family and a busy career. As the yoga began, there was a gradual reorganizing of heart, mind and body as the desire to understand the science of yoga grew. With a passion for yoga & community it was clear that her neighborhood was in need of a place to move, breath and connect. After years of faithful commuting to area studios and jokes with fellow yogis about the long and stressful drive to yoga, it was clearly time to build a yoga community closer to home. An athletic lifestyle that invariably included injuries fueled Jill’s desire to move more consciously. Jill loves that regardless of age or athletic ability yoga has healing properties. Many students with injuries and past surgeries find that yoga can be an important part of their rehabilitation and facilitate greater mobility, reduction of pain and a general feeling of well- being. Creating a safe space to feel better in your body, cultivating physical awareness and making meaningful connections is what motivates Jill to bring people together. She believes that yoga is for every body and encourages all students to move at their own pace and pay attention to their bodies.