Feb 18 - Mar 01, 2019
The lush Costa Rican rainforest environment, teaming with spectacular animal and bird wildlife, provides an unforgettable setting for our next BioDynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release Retreat.
In this retreat you will be immersed into a Shamanic healing journey and experience the gifts of ancient healing traditions through a unique combination of working with the BioDynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release System (BBTRS) and rainforest plant medicines. Beyond just a holiday, prepare yourself for the journey of a lifetime in one of this planet’s most stunning and pristine rainforest and ocean eco-sysytems! Our dream and mission is to pass on the wisdom and age old practices of these world cultures which we at the BioDynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release Institute have been so lucky to harness for ourselves. We believe that the vital and important relationship between these ancient traditions and the primacy of nature can truly enliven, heal and rejuvenate mind, body and spirit! With our team of experienced trauma therapists and Shamanic healers who have hosted this retreat many times in the past, you’ll be safely guided on a truly life-changing journey to healing and expansion.
Photos from one of our trainings in Costa Rica
The highlights of this retreat and price will include
- BioDynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release sessions
- Daily meditations
- 2 Sunrise Renewal Ceremonies with rainforest plant medicine to cleanse and prepare our bodies for 1 full night journey
- Full night Shamanic Medicine Journey facilitated by our host professor ethnobotanist and author Jonathan Miller (Ecuador, USA)
- Daily group exercises & self awareness processes
- Group sharings
- Cacao Ceremony
- Trance Dance Journey
- Guided nature tours and experiences to enhance your program. These include: Rio Claro canoe trip; an interpreted tour of Guaria De Osa’s Ethnobotanical Gardens; a presentation on cultural and biological diversity; and a transfer route via the river town of Sierpe to experience the most intact mangrove reserve in tropical America.
- Daily free time for personal integration & resourcing with the surrounding pristine nature
- Three daily delicious meals with vegetarian options
- 11 nights stay at Guaria De Osa Eco-Lodge
- Domestic group round trip bus transportation between San Jose & Osa Peninsula
- Osa Peninsula round trip marine transfer to/from the venue
Proceeds from your fees channeled to non-profit Fundación OSA rainforest conservation in the Ecuadorian Andes & Amazon and our marine turtle rescue project on the Osa Peninsula In addition Guaria de Osa is located in “The Little Amazon by the Sea” – home of one of the great stands of Central American Tropical Rainforests, where wilderness coast and paradise beaches borders a sparkling and pristine Pacific Ocean. Our retreat location is in the heart of the Osa Peninsula endorsed by National Geographic as the most biologically intense place on Earth!
- “Our front yard” – 1 1/4 mile long secluded coconut laden tropical beach
- “Our back yard” – pristine rainforest
- Important Scarlet Macaw nesting site
- Exuberant Ethnobotanical Gardens
- Abundant Wildlife
- Pristine Pacific Ocean
- Neighboring Corcovado National Park and Caño Island Oceanic Reserve
- Beach rainforest trekking
- On site birding, monkey viewing and nature adoration
- Ocean swim, snorkel, boogie board and surf
- Marine turtle nesting site
- Rest, Relax and recharge!
Other activities available at extra cost
- Guaria de Osa offers a multitude of nature tours with expert naturalist guides to amazing locations
- SCUBA or snorkel at Caño Island Oceanic Reserve
- Canopy Zipline
- Corcovado National Park Tour
- Horseback riding
- Dolphin and Whale Encounters
- Ocean and River Kayak and Canoeing
- Deep Jungle Explorations
The Osa Peninsula remains Costa Rica’s last wild frontier even twenty-five years after its first national park – Corcovado – was created in the peninsula. The Osa Peninsula is also called “The Little Amazon” of Costa Rica. With pristine beaches and virgin forest, the Osa Peninsula is described by National Geographic as “The most biologically intense place on Earth.” This description is a reference to the incredible abundance of wildlife on the Osa Peninsula – not only in it’s rainforests, but in it’s surrounding marine environment as well. Without a doubt, the most unique area in all of Costa Rica, the Osa is a place where Jaguars still roam the jungle and Scarlet Macaws fly around in the towns and campesinos from the mountains still ride a horse – something you will rarely see anywhere else in the country.