Harmonized Spirit Yoga with Malachi + Jen
Dates: Sat, 18 May 2024 - Sat, 25 May 2024
Harmonized Spirit Yoga
Join us for a chance to reset on retreat.
Practice yoga 2x a day.
Enjoy excursion options.
Give yourself time.
Cleanse the body, mind and spirit...
all at the eco-conscious haven of Blu Osa.
Led by the seasoned yogis, Malachi and Jen, this retreat is a journey into authenticity, restoration, and deep connection.
Each day begins with morning meditation, setting the intention for your practice. Mornings continue with mindful vinyasa flow, harmonizing body and mind in the humbling embrace of nature.
As the sun sets, Spirit Yoga with Jen, taking your spiritual work deeper, and stabilizing your nervous system. This class will be a meditation, a therapeutic flow, and relieving your body of stress for a full, deep night sleep.
For those seeking adventure, join Malachi for optional jungle and beach runs/jogs, a perfect way to reconnect with the natural world around you and test your limits.
With the resort being powered mostly on solar power and intending to leave the smallest carbon footprint possible, you will breathe the freshest air and shed the overstimulated world you live in for a different, natural and vibrant world of the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica.
Schedule (subject to change due to excursions, etc.)
7am fruit and yogurt
8-10 vinyasa flow
10 - 12 discover the area - snacks available
1-4 excursions optional (surf, hike, meditation)
4-6 restorative yoga
6:30 sunset dinner
Single Occupancy $2995
Double Occupancy $2295 each
$250 nonrefundable deposit due to hold your spot
Make all payments to Jen's Venmo @Jen-Smith-20
Shuttle to and From the Puerto Jimenez airport.
A private secluded 3-mile jungle beach.
$50 spa credit
The use of the outdoor spa and lap pool, shine walk and more...
Payment Plan Available to all:
Payments of $250 due every 2 weeks (or $500 each month option) until total cost is paid off, total due by March 1st at the latest. Payment dates will be given to you by Jen upon receiving initial deposit.
Total payment due by March 1
Payment in Full which gives you room choices if paid by January 15, 2024.
How to get to The Osa Peninsula
The Osa Peninsula located on Costa Rica's southern Pacific coast is one of the most remote places in Costa Rica. Travelers typically fly from San José to the Osa Peninsula, and once there, you may also need a shuttle/boat transfer to your hotel.
Driving from San José is much less common, as the journey takes 8 hours (typically spread over two days) and requires a 4WD vehicle for the last stretch of unpaved road. If you decide to make the drive, Manuel Antonio National Park is a great place to stop for the night.
Duration: 1 hr flight, plus appx. 1 hr of transfers
Most travelers that head to the Osa Peninsula choose to fly. The local carrier, Sansa Air, offers flights from San José Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO) daily. You can fly into Puerto Jimenez, the main hub, or Bahía Drake on the northwest of the peninsula. Which airport you fly into depends on where your hotel is located and what area of the peninsula you are hoping to explore.
Flights to the Osa Peninsula typically only run in the morning, so if you are hoping to connect directly from your international arrival flight, you should ensure that your flight arrives by 9 am at the latest to make the connection. If your flight arrives later in the day, you have the option of staying near the airport or heading into San José (45 minutes away) for the night—for example, this 5-day luxury Osa Peninsula itinerary includes a night in the capital.
After you land at the airport, you will need a taxi or shuttle to get to your hotel. Most hotels in the Osa Peninsula offer transportation, and some of the more remote hotels will even involve a boat ride, as they are only accessible by water.
Duration: Appx. 8 hrs, depending on traffic
It's a long drive from San José Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO) to the Osa Peninsula, and probably not something that you want to attempt in a single sitting. The good news is that there are many great stop-off points along the way: Manuel Antonio, Dominical, and Uvita are all great places to stop for a night or two along your drive.
For this drive, a 4WD vehicle is a must. While the roads are mostly well paved, the last hour of driving in the peninsula is on gravel—and on occasion, a river needs to be forded. If you are heading to Drakes Bay, consider dropping off your car at Sierpe and take a boat taxi from there. It's a gorgeous journey by boat, and there is not much driving to be done in Drakes Bay anyway.