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Yoga is the perfect culmination to a 27 km hike which started at midnight at the base of the 11,400 ft. Volcan Baru.  After hiking for over 4 hours, we were rewarded with a beautiful sunrise, view of both coastlines, and of course some revitalizing yoga.

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Thanks to the local tourist guide Tuca, we found ourselves with an amazing view of Santa Fe…Panama that is.

A morning stop at La Playa Ventana and then off to Manuel Antonio National Park.  We found ourselves on a secluded beach to end our trip and first experience with true tropical yoga.

Easily the most spectacular scene and setting on our trip.  Amazing weather, not another soul for miles, and the golden hour for yoga.

We went to the Ama Tierra Retreat and Welness Center that some distant friends owned on our first day of our Costa Rica adventure.  We found the perfect spot for some Yoga in the outdoor studio with surrounding wildlife in abundance.

Found a perfect opportunity to do the crane pose at a statue of a crane . . .


We found a very unique opportunity to do some Yoga at The Masters at Augusta National . . . we couldn’t pass up an opportunity to do some Yoga poses at the most amazing golf course in the world!

Sunshine, Sunset, Sechelt…

While trying to figure out our accommodations for the evening, we came across a perfect sunset setting for some Yoga poses.

We eventually did find a place to lay our heads for the night . . .

When you’re an hour behind due to a September frost delay and on the fairway staring at the three peaks in Silverthorne, it’s a good time for yoga!

Mills Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park…surely it can only get bigger and better from here!

What a beautiful place to get this venture started . . .