The Sanctuary


The Sanctuary at Two Rivers is a magical private rental property exclusively for amazing Yoga Retreats, Yoga Teacher Trainings, or any group of up to 16 people whom are interested in health and wellness. We are one of a select few Retreat Centres in the world that was specifically designed and built by veteran yogis whose sole intention was to create a first-class Retreat Centre to commune with nature, practice yoga, contemplate, meditate, detox, and become balanced through health and wellness Yoga Retreat Vacations.



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Program Details:

  • Hotel to be confirmed
  • Luxury accommodation
  • Room upgrade where available
  • Return transfers from airport
  • Welcome drinks and canapes 
  • 3 Nutritious meals daily 
  • 1 Sports Massage daily 
  • Customised meal plan 
  • Personal training session 
  • Sunrise yoga 
  • 1 Hour SUP lesson
  • Daily mentoring session with Dolvett Quince – 1 hour
  • Daily supply of herbal teas and bottled water
  • Use of pool facilities
  • 20% discount on all spa treatments 
  • Professional photo content
  • Evening events – opportunity to socialise and network

The Culture

Costa Rican culture is a vibrant blend of indigenous heritage and Spanish colonial influence, with a dash of Jamaican, Chinese, and other immigrant cultures lending character and customs. The result is a nation of laid-back, friendly, and happy people.

Language

Costa Rica's official and predominant language is Spanish*. The variety spoken is Costa Rican Spanish, is a form of Central American Spanish. A Creole-English language, Jamaican patois (also known as Mekatelyu), is spoken along the Caribbean coast

Currency

Costa Rica's national currency is known as the colón (plural: colones), but dollars are widely accepted in tourist areas and other places around the country.

Weather and Climate

Costa Rica itself has an average temperature of 70 F to 81 F. Due to its proximity to the equator, it has no real summer or winter. It does however have a rainy season from May to November. ... The rainforests of the southern Pacific coast are warm and humid, with heavy rains in the rainy season.