Vida Asana Eco-Retreat and Yoga Center is located just 90 minutes from San Jose Airport (SJO), in beautiful Playa Hermosa, Costa Rica. We specialize in Yoga Retreats, Surf Camps, and Mountain Bike Adventures, in a tropical setting between the rainforest and the ocean. Vida Asana is a place to find your true self.

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Costa Rica Yoga Retreat and Surfing 5 days with instruction Join for a fantastic and recharging Surf and Yoga retreat at Vida Asana! Whether you are new to yoga, or an advanced practitioner, you’ll benefit from the serene environment and easy going approach to life. During your time with Vida Asana Yoga Retreat, you’ll enjoy […]

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Costa Rica Yoga Retreat and Surfing 5 days with instruction Join for a fantastic and recharging Surf and Yoga retreat at Vida Asana! Whether you are new to yoga, or an advanced practitioner, you’ll benefit from the serene environment and easy going approach to life. During your time with Vida Asana Yoga Retreat, you’ll enjoy […]
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 Benefits of Natarajasana: 1. Practicing this asana gives strength to your chest, ankles, hips, and legs. 2. This asana increases your metabolism and helps in weight loss. 3. It gives your groin, abdominal organs, and thighs a good stretch. 4. Your posture is improved, and balance is increased. 5. It helps better your digestion. 6. You tend to focus more and are also relieved of stress. This asana calms your mind. 7. Your body becomes flexible. 8. Your hip flexors are opened up. #vidaasana PR
 ✨Anjali mudra✨ Mudra means “seal,” “gesture,” or “mark.” Yoga mudras are symbolic gestures often practiced with the hands and fingers. They facilitate the flow of energy in the subtle body and enhance one’s journey within. Anjali is Sanskrit for "divine offering", "a gesture of reverence", "benediction", "salutation", and is derived from anj, meaning "to honour or celebrate". So the meaning of this mudra is "salutation seal". #vidaasana PR
 Your biggest obstacle to self-realization is you. As it says in the Bhagavad Gita, “the mind is restless and hard to control, but it can be trained by constant practice (abhyasa) and freedom from desire (vairagya). A man who cannot control his mind will find it difficult to attain this divine communion; but the self-controlled man can attain it if he tries hard and directs his energy by the right means.” #vidaasana PR