"yoga", "retreat", "tantra", "hatha yoga", "massage"
Teacher

Satyama Lasby

Features

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MeditationHatha yogatantramassageretreat
Styles
YogaTantraHathaMassageretreatMeditation
Duration

7 Days

Intensity beginnerintermediateadvanced
Food Vegetarian food
Language

Facilitators

Included in Base Price

Not Included

  • Private cabin
  • Vegetarian food

Optional with Extra Charge

Full Program
  • 06:00 Meditation (optional)
  • 07:15 Tantric yoga
  • 08:45 Breakfast
  • 10:30 - 11:45 Tantric yoga theory, yoga and the chakra system
  • 12:30 Lunch and break
  • 14:30 Tantric yoga explanations and connecting
  • 16:30 Yoga session #2
  • 18:30 Dinner
  • 19:45 Tantric rituals
Accommodation Options
Private cabin

1 Spot - Capacity 1

Included

6 nights accommodation in a private cabin

Food Options
Vegetarian food

Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner

Included

Beautifully locally sourced vegetarian food provided for the entire retreat. The following meals are included: Breakfast Lunch Dinner Drinks

Payment & Guidelines
  • 100% deposit refund for cancellation 30+ days before event. 0% deposit refund for cancellation 30 days before event. The remaining balance (total price minus deposit) is due upon arrival.

Facilities & Extras

Surroundings

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Calendar
From 24 Nov 2019 To 30 Nov 2019
For 7 days
Travel help
How to get here Arrival by airplane Please book your flight to arrive at Costa Esmeralda Airport (ECI). Getting here is the beginning of your adventure! Before you travel, please be aware, there are only few cash machines on Ometepe. Several are located in Moyogalpa and work with both Visa and Mastercards. There is also one cash machine in San Fernando, that works with visa friendly cards about an hours walk, and another for in Santa Domingo, about an hour and a half walk which works with mastercard friendly cards. Weekends here are relaxed and open, with fewer people around onsite. If you prefer getting settled into a tranquil environment with a lot of freedom and more limited orientation support, consider arriving during a weekend. If you are someone who would enjoy receiving an in-depth orientation upon your arrival, consider arriving during the week. Step 1: Getting to Rivas/ San Jorge where you catch the ferry From Managua, Nicaragua: By bus: There are buses from the Huembes terminal (going southbound) that go to the town of Rivas. You can get a bus from there (they come every hour), or you can take a taxi to the town of San Jorge (not very expensive, should be about 1.50 USD if you are alone, less for a full taxi) where the ferries run to the island. You can also get a bus straight from Managua to San Jorge at 9 A.M., and it should arrive to San Jorge at around 11 a.m. Keep in mind that buses run less frequently on Sundays and holidays. By taxi: You can also take a taxi directly from the airport to San Jorge. The cost should be about 50 USD to 60 USD. If you plan to take a taxi, let Open to Bliss Retreats know in advance, and they can arrange for one to pick you up. From San José, Costa Rica: The San José International Airport (SJO) is located about 20 minutes by car from downtown San José, which is where you will need to go in order to catch the bus to Nicaragua. If you arrive late the day, it may be best to stay the night in San José and leave on the first bus in the morning. Open to Bliss Retreats recommend Casa Ridgway, a clean, quiet hostel run by By local buses: Transportes Deldú buses will take youPeñas Blancas (the border with Nicaragua) is about five hours. At the border, you will need to get your passport stamped on the Costa Rican side and then walk about 1 kilometer to the Nicaraguan side and get it stamped again. Allow yourself at least 90 minutes for border formalities in high season. After crossing, you can take a local bus to Rivas for about 1 USD (1 hour), and then a taxi to San Jorge for 1.50 USD (15 minutes). Keep in mind that buses run less frequently on Sundays and holidays. By taxi to long distance bus: A taxi into San José from the airport will cost you 25 USD. You will want to go to the Tica Bus station and buy a ticket to Rivas, Nicaragua, which will cost about 22 USD. Tica buses often sell out, so it’s best to buy your ticket ahead of time. The full trip to Rivas, including border formalities, will take 7-9 hours, depending on how busy the border is. From Rivas, you can take a taxi to San Jorge, which is 15 minutes away, for 1.50 USD. Step 2: Catching the ferry from Rivas / San Jorge to Moyogalpa At the ferry dock in San Jorge, you will find that there are a variety of boats that can take you to and from the island. Some are small wooden boats (lancha), and then there are also the larger ferryboats. They run almost every hour starting at 7:00 a.m. until noon, then there is a ferry at 2:30, lancha at 3:00, lancha at 4:00, and the final ferry at 5:40. Minor changes to the schedule happen frequently, so check online if you can. Otherwise be sure that until around 5:30 there is always one coming. There are sometimes changes to the ferry schedule. Step 3: Getting to InanItah from Moyogalpa or San Jose del Sur There are two ports to land at on Isla de Ometepe. One is Moyogalpa, with a village and cash machine. The other is San Jose del Sur, which is near Moyogalpa, and is where you will dock if you take the large ferry. Once you get to the island, there is the option of either taking buses or a taxi. By bus, walk or ride and walk Take the bus either to Merida or Balgue. The Merida bus is better because it gets you closer. Sunday schedules are limited and not clearly posted on this page. If you take the bus or a ride towards Merida, get off at the road marked with the large white stone that looks like a chair (the first wide road on the left after Bello Horizonte, 2.3 kilometers from Santa Cruz). The bus driver may know it as the Entrada de Valencia or la piedra blanca. Head up the hill, passing by three houses. The road will make a sharp turn to the right. Continue along the road will bend to the left and take you up a steep stone road that ends at the InanItah Urracca Center. The walk takes about 25 minutes. If you take the Balgüe bus, get off at Santa Cruz. At Santa Cruz shop ask around for a local to bring you up to InanItah. Offer to pay them 100 cordobas and they ought to be more than happy to show you the way. By taxi: A taxi costs 30 USD if you are travelling with more than two people in the car taxi drivers will charge extra. Many of the taxi drivers on the island don’t know where Inanitah is located, and don’t have a car that can handle the road. So, to avoid complications it is best to contact Open to Bliss Retreats and they can arrange a taxi for you from the ferry. If you decide to arrange your own taxi from Moyogalpa, have the taxi driver call them for directions and be sure the driver has a 4WD vehicle.
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100% deposit refund for cancellation 30+ days before event. 0% deposit refund for cancellation 30 days before event. The remaining balance (total price minus deposit) is due upon arrival.
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All deposits are non-refundable. The remaining balance (total price minus deposit) is due 30 days before the retreat start date. (the seeker pays directly to the organizer not through us. We send a notification to the organiser to get the money ). The remaining balance is non-refundable once paid.

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