Saturday March 30 2:00 PM
Thursday April 5 2012 11:00 AM
Starting at $1,500.00
Explore the connection between Yoga and Permaculture and get inspired to reconnect to the divine intelligence that is in Self and in Nature. This is an era of respect, humility and equality. The earth is our Mother, our medicine. Learn to work with her in a way that will sustain you and your family while protecting the Source itself.
Come join us for a week of Yoga, Permaculture, and Surf in Nosara, Costa Rica. Nosara is fast becoming the Yoga capital of the world and has secured itself over the last 20 years, a reputation as one of the best waves in Costa Rica.
The week will be spent in the #1 ranked resort by Trip Advisor in 2011: COSTA RICA YOGA SPA. The spa sits on top of an amazing mountain top surrounded by howling monkeys, toucans, and waterfalls and has the most glorious sunsets overlooking the Pacific Ocean with its rolling waves.
The course will be divided into Yoga and Permaculture practice with everyday visits to the beach for a surf if you so desire.
You will learn how to make a Compost pile, an Organic home garden with raised bio intensive beds, a herb spiral, and how to germinate and propagate seeds and plants with Xavier Fux, a Permaculture consultant from Mexico.
The Yoga practice will be held with world renowned and respected Rebecca Kovacs from NY.
A typical daily schedule will include 2 sessions of yoga and two sessions of Permaculture. We will also be showing various films and documentaries.
The course includes your room and board with 3 amazing natural, yummy, healthy and nutritious meals a day cooked by the Costa Rica Yoga Spa staff.
Price: Starting at $1500 USD
For the complete Syllabus for the Permaculture course, please visit:
Xavier Fux became active in Permaculture in 2006, when he took a 3 week course in Punta Mona, Costa Rica, given by Stephen Brooks and Evan Marks. He later obtained his Permaculture Design Certificate from the Permaculture Research Institute of Australia. He has lead Permaculture projects in Tulum, in Congo (www.congoproject2011.blogs