Saturday, April 25, 2015

Costa Rica Yoga Spa Retreat: Complete Relaxation

Given the hustle and bustle of everyday living, you will need a lot free time to experience the full benefits of yoga. The most effective way to achieve this is by going to a yoga retreat in faraway places that would keep you from any distractions. The serene environment given in yoga retreats provide utmost relaxation for your body and soul.

Monday, April 6, 2015

Top Costa Rica Yoga Retreat Complements Training with Sattvic Menu


Good food and nutrition are key complements to successful yoga training. This is why your number one Costa Rica yoga retreat, Panacea de La Montaña, will be serving you a healthy vegetarian cuisine for our upcoming 200-hr training program this August 8-15. A special plant-based, farm-to-table menu has been developed for this hallmark Panacea event after its recent attainment of an RYS certification under the Yoga Alliance. Food plays a great role in the practice of yoga. This concept is based on the principle that what we consume significantly affects the totality of our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. Yoga doesn’t see food as a bundle of nutrients but as a spiritual component that has a tangible effect on the body and mind. Yoga classifies food into three categories: Rajasic, creating restlessness; Tamasic, promoting lethargy; and Sattvic, creating light, positivity, and energy.
http://panaceacr.com/top-costa-rica-yoga-retreat-complements-training-with-sattvic-menu/

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Top Costa Rica Yoga Retreat Complements Training with Sattvic Menu


Good food and nutrition are key complements to successful yoga training. This is why your number one Costa Rica yoga retreat, Panacea de La Montaña, will be serving you a healthy vegetarian cuisine for our upcoming 200-hr training program this August 8-15. A special plant-based, farm-to-table menu has been developed for this hallmark Panacea event after its recent attainment of an RYS certification under the Yoga Alliance. Food plays a great role in the practice of yoga. This concept is based on the principle that what we consume significantly affects the totality of our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. Yoga doesn’t see food as a bundle of nutrients but as a spiritual component that has a tangible effect on the body and mind. Yoga classifies food into three categories: Rajasic, creating restlessness; Tamasic, promoting lethargy; and Sattvic, creating light, positivity, and energy.
http://panaceacr.com/top-costa-rica-yoga-retreat-complements-training-with-sattvic-menu/