Imagine yourself amidst a lush, fertile jungle on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.
You’re practicing yoga twice a day in an open-air pavilion with an ocean view and nature all around you.
Now imagine you are accompanied by fearless and knowledgeable guides who are entirely devoted to creating a world-class experience for you amidst this stunning and spiritual landscape, leading to long-lasting change and true transformation in all areas of your life.
With a million and one things to do every day, what we need most is time to pause, reflect, and ask ourselves if we’re in alignment with what we say we want and what we’re actually doing with our lives.
Stress comes from misalignment – whether that be in the physical body, or in the mental, emotional, and spirit body. If our actions are incongruent with our stated desires, we find that we are displeased, bored, or angry. That is not how we’re meant to live.
We ARE meant to SHINE!
We are meant to align our passions and talents with our personal AND professional lives. We can begin with small choices. We have the power to cultivate the life we want and live in harmony with ourselves and others, yes! even as driven professional women.
Success does NOT have to equal stress.
Success can also mean inviting more ease into your life. And with that ease, often comes MORE SUCCESS and in a way we can actually enjoy. As we establish strong (and AUTHENTIC) foundations, we are blessed with the flexibility to move with the ebbs and flows of our lives instead of against them.
WE CAN GET UNSTUCK via our own intuitive wisdom when we clear away the distractions and GET OUT OF OUR OWN WAY. I’d love to show you how to create that kind of life and be your guide on whatever stage in your journey you’re on to seeing more Mind-Body-Spirit health, “work-life balance,” or “living the dream” (as per YOUR definition).
We look forward to sharing time, energy, and space with you in this lovely and magical place in Costa Rica. <3
What is included:
Retreat Price (total) for Quad -Shared: $1997
Retreat Price (total) for Private Suite Single Occupancy: $2897
Retreat Price (total) for Private Suite Double Occupancy: $2497
Retreat Price (total) for Private Suite Triple Occupancy: $2397
What is not included:
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Sarah Plummer Taylor, MSW, ERYT-200/RYT500, YACEP, has been teaching yoga for more than 6 years, and practicing for more than 15. Frankly put, she credits it for saving her life during a very dark time. It was on her second deployment to Iraq as a US Marine that she felt yoga's healing powers in such a direct, life-altering way, and knew from that point forward that one day she would become a teacher to bring the modality to others, too.
Sarah is now an established leader in the field of resilience building and holistic wellness. As a professor, speaker, trainer, and consultant, she guides students, busy professionals, leaders and top organizations around the world, including the US Department of Defense and FORTUNE500 companies how to find clarity and build stronger, healthier lives.
Most especially, Sarah absolutely loves teaching yoga in a variety of settings – group classes at studios, private therapeutic sessions, at conferences and summits, for service organizations, and of course on retreats! :) She believes that although yoga isn’t always “sunshine and butterflies,” an element of joy is key to practice. She’s been told she has a unique, fresh, and fun teaching style, and aspires to offer modifications and adaptations for any practitioner.
Sarah holds a Master’s in Social Work with a Mental Health concentration from the University of Denver and a Bachelor’s from the University of Virginia. Additionally, Sarah is a graduate of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, is an ERYT200/500hr-RYT registered yoga instructor, and Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider. She is also an adjunct professor in the Department of Public Health at Charleston Southern University. Her work has been featured on Capitol Hill and in noteworthy news and entertainment outlets like the Katie Couric Show, the New York Times, NPR, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, MSNBC, and others. In addition to speaking, leading workshops, and running a holistic behavioral counseling practice through SEMPER Sarah®, Sarah volunteers extensively.
To learn more, visit her website SemperSarah.com.
Lisa has been teaching yoga for about 9 years and been practicing for 16. It has truly made her who she is today. Her journey with yoga began in a Bikram yoga studio in San Francisco in 2000. She loved how it made her feel, that she craved healthy food, that her body felt clean from inside out – not to mention that it was the most physically and mentally challenging thing she had ever done.
When she moved to Santa Cruz 2 years later, she began surfing – something that had been a life-long goal and near the very top of her bucket list. What had been yoga practice in a hot room with lots of sweat and mirrors turned into yoga practice in the waves of the Pacific Ocean. It’s there that she experienced energy like never before and learned how to read energy currents of the ocean, timed just right with my paddling, in order to ride the waves. To this day, for Lisa, surfing is one of life’s most exhilarating yet peaceful things, and the beauty, grace, and challenge she experienced at Pleasure Point, Ocean Beach, Sharks, and other surf spots along the California coast has only ever been matched by her life-long love of snowboarding. It was this calling, almost a primal urge, to be back near the mountains that brought her back to Colorado after 4 years in California, where she has been practicing and teaching yoga since.
To say yoga has transformed Lisa's life would be an understatement. To say it has influenced her would also be understated. It has truly made her who she is today. After graduating from her first teacher training program in 2007, she spent many years honing her practice and trying to find a teacher whom she felt connected to. It wasn’t until 2012 though that she found her current teacher and the philosophy she calls her lineage, Yogarupa Rod Stryker and Sri Vidya. She studies Para Yoga with Yogarupa at least once a year, and brings these trainings into her teachings; they have been paramount in her growth as a teacher and what she offers both in her classes as well as how she carries herself as an individual.
Lisa believes so strongly in the power of yoga that she has made it her career and is working to inspire others to act from their Highest Selves in all they do. She believes it is when we can all act in accordance to our highest values and integrity that the consciousness of humanity will shift for the better.