Yoga is an integral part of the holistic wellness approach at the Waterfall Villas Wellness Center in Costa Rica’s tropical South Pacific.
Meditation on top of our Cascadas Farallas waterfalls is a complete release and rejuvenating experience. Energy rich ionic charged air from the falls fills your entire existence with peace ! Waterfall Villas is built on top of the Cascadas Farallas Waterfalls, and has a wonderful Yoga Shala next to the falls tucked into the rain forest.
Our Ypga Shala can accommodate 15 persons for group retreats, and there is a raised platform for the teacher to be viewed easier.
The Waterfall Villas is also just a few minutes’ drive to the beach at Dominical. You can include sun bathing and surfing in your retreat as well as many different adventure and nature tours!
We offer both private Yoga retreats for individuals or couples at any time, and we offer group retreats on specific dates a few times a year. We are also open to providing our space to teachers who would like to create their own retreats.
Kundalini Yoga combines breath work called Pranayama, physical yoga / called Asana postures, with Mantra – Chanting and Kirtan (devotional chanting), Mudra (hand postures), and Meditation.
Kundalini Yoga is a combination of all of the aspects of a spiritual as well as mental and physical practice which gives you an experience of a specific result!
After each class you actually feel different energy! These Yoga sessions are unique in that the sets of positions Kriya are designed to effect different parts of the body, mind, & soul – rather than addressing only general health as in Hatha Yoga /or Vinyasa. Kundalini Yoga as taught by Fateh follows the teachings of Yogi Bahjan and is taught at the Waterfall Villas.
The sessions will be chosen by the Yogi to fit the class level, and to focus on needed areas for the persons present. While Hatha yoga will focus on general health, and you always repeat the same class each time, on the other end of the spectrum, Kundalini Yoga has over 2,000 kriya (sets of posture combinations with breath work, mantra and mudra), and theoretically, you might go for years and not ever repeat the same Kundalini Yoga session.