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Montezuma Yoga Retreats

Yoga Retreats With Our Local Teachers

DATES:   Jan 6-13, Jan 13-20, or Jan 20-27, 2018 PRICES:  Please have a look at our Rates & Reservations page to see our base rate options. PACKAGES DURING YOUR STAY:  We have a yoga retreat package for everyone: Yoga & Adventure, Yoga & Rejuvenation, Yoga & Surfing, or Pure Yoga. For more information about our

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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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Anamaya Resort, the Gluten Free Resort

When you Google “Gluten Free Hotel” many hotels pop up saying they are happy to accommodate gluten free diets, but in our research we haven’t yet found a hotel that is completely gluten free. Whether you have celiac disease, have a sensitivity or intolerance to gluten, or just choose to stay away from the inflammatory

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Watsu at Anamaya Resort

We are very excited to offer our guests Watsu. Watsu is the principle form of Aquatic Therapy for rehabilitation. It promotes deep relaxation, quieting the sympathetic and enhancing the parasympathetic nervous systems. It has profound beneficial effects for trauma, both physical and psycho-emotional, with therapeutic application for neuromuscular injuries, stress, chronic pain, discomfort during pregnancy,

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The truth about green season in Costa Rica

It’s green, it’s lush, the sun is hot and the breeze is cool. The roar of the waves lures not only the surfers but anyone within earshot of the ocean. The vibrant flowers, the abundant wildlife, the crisp blue sky and warm welcoming ocean; this is green season in Costa Rica – a place where

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Zika Virus – the Latest Media Scare Story

By Geoff McCabe A few people have contacted us, concerned about the Zika Virus. Others have become concerned because of frantic and panicked relatives who are urging them not to travel to affected countries. Please keep in mind that the media loves to scare everyone… that’s how they make money and keep you coming back

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Playa Grande Surf Adventure

One of the highlights of any trip to this part of Costa rica is a surf adventure at Montezuma’s Playa Grande, which is a thirty minute walk north of town. This white sand beach has small, consistent waves without rocks or people to bump into, so it’s great for beginners. Intermediate surfers like it too,

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Meet Anamaya’s Head Chef, Jeff Horton

Watch the video below to learn more about the inspiration behind Anamaya’s cuisine. Jeffery Horton joined us six months ago and has made leaps and bounds in improving the quality and availability of organic, farm to table ingredients. His solid experience in Michelin star restaurants, with his own businesses combined with his passion for new

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Practicing in Paradise: Differences between Yoga in the City & the Tropics

From the concrete jungle to actual jungle, journey to the tropics for true transformation. In the past decade, yoga has become an increasingly Westernized form of physical exercise. The mind body spiritual integration of the practice, holistic health benefits and tranquility that yogis benefit from are just the tip of the iceberg. You don’t have

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Chef Jeff Horton

Anamaya welcomes Chef Jeffrey Wayne Horton

Jeffrey was raised in Florida. After working his way up the ranks of local kitchens in Gainsville, Florida he took charge of Emiliano’s Café, under executive Chef Ali de Paz with chef Joe Ramos. He later worked with Michelin Star Chef John Tennick and Chef Phil Robertson all becoming major influences in Jeff’s culinary journey.

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Montezuma: Welcome to Paradise

Montezuma, rising star of the Nicoya Peninsula. At first glance, a laid-back beach town with friendly locals and rolling waves but venture out and stay a little longer to unlock the secrets of the magic coastal gem. If wanderlust leads you to Costa Rica, you simply cannot leave without getting lost in Montezuma. In fact,

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My Media Internship Experience

My name is Caleigh Smith, I’m here to tell you a little bit about my enchanting journey here at Anamaya Resort as the Media Intern for the summer of 2015. Just recently this spring I graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Natural Resource Recreation Tourism, in search for a

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