Geoff McCabe, Author at Anamaya Costa Rica Yoga Retreat Hotel Teacher Training, Surf Camp and Eco Lodge

Geoff McCabe

Geoff is the CEO of Anamaya, working tirelessly to continually approve all its functions. With the goal to make it the most amazing yoga and wellness center anywhere, Geoff delves into nutrition, design, management, and just about every facet of Anamaya. When not working, he lives at Rancho Delicioso, our nearby organic farm, and enjoys surfing and yoga.

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Anamaya Yoga Center Now Accepting Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies

By Geoff McCabe, co-owner Anamaya Resort I’m very happy to announce that we’re now going to be accepting bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies at Anamaya, and anyone paying with them will receive a 5% discount! What’s the big deal about “cryptos”? Everyone is hearing about bitcoin in the news, but what are they really and what …

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The Design and Construction of our New Yoga Deck

Many people have expressed interest in knowing more about our yoga deck, because of it’s unusual and spectacular design, certainly one of the most unique and beautiful in Costa Rica, if not the world. The creation of this work of usable art, involved three main people: Design, Architecture, Ideation: Geoff McCabe, CEO and Co-Owner of …

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Collared Aracari

Aracari

Biology The collared aracari is a tiny peculiar-looking toucan with a obvious and awkwardly-oversized bill. It can be commonly spotted throughout its 500,000 square mile Latin American region, and frequently seen at Anamaya Resort, where groups of aracaris are often seeing foraging through local fruiting trees. There are 14 known species of aracaris, all sporting …

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Costa Rica Howler Monkey

Howler Monkeys

Biology One of Nicoya Peninsula’s (and Costa Rica’s) most commonly spotted mammals; the Mantled Howler Monkeys are recognized for their fascinating vocalizations (which can be heard almost 3-4 kilometres away) and incredible response communication patterns. Visitors can often hear their shrill calls around sunrise and sundown. The boisterous species also seem to respond to any …

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Important Announcement

Dear Anamaya Guest,

We are still accepting reservations for future bookings. Yes it’s true, there is a temporary travel ban from March 18th until April 14th in Costa Rica. 

FOR ANYONE CURRENTLY IN COSTA RICA, THE HOTEL HAS ROOMS AVAILABLE.

However we know how necessary a week of recovery, rejuvenation and CONNECTION will be after this situation has stabilized. 

We will update you with more information as we receive it. In the meantime:

  • Stay in contact with family and friends.
  • Remember that kindness is everything.
  • Take your practice off the mat.

With much love,

The Anamaya Family