Presenting Blue Osa, the Premier Eco-Yoga-Retreat and Spa in Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula
OSA PENINSULA, Costa Rica, May 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Osa is a secluded paradise located at the juncture of rainforest and ocean. With a soft opening in 2011, Blue Osa has now reached a standard of excellence charted from the beginning. With the launch of our new website today, Blue Osa is being recognized as one of the best eco-resorts in Central America – www.blueosa.com
We provide a haven for our guests, where they can renew the body, focus the mind, and gain a deep appreciation for life. Located on the Golfo Dulce, the 12-room destination is the perfect setting for a group of friends to reconnect, business leaders to hold an off-site conference, and yoga retreats of all kinds.
Blue Osa's physical design is simple yet sophisticated, the grounds thoughtfully laid out and meticulously maintained. The three main buildings are constructed out of local woods, mostly teak.
An exciting series of yoga programs are held on our open-air yoga deck that can comfortably accommodate 40 people. During practice sessions, participants are cooled by ocean breezes and meditate to the sounds of the ocean – a mere 50 feet away. Blue Osa is also the perfect spot for yoga teachers to bring a groups of students for an intensive and truly immersive experience.
Blue Osa also offers a complete range of spa services – everything from an invigorating coffee bean body scrub to Watsu massage and acupuncture. There is also a chemical-free lap pool and open-air pavilion adjacent to the spa building.
Healthful – and incredibly delicious – food is a key component here. Meals are gourmet, crafted primarily from the bounty of local farmers and vegetables and fruits grown in our organic garden.
And while you need never leave our grounds, a range of eco-tours is available. Wander through an organic cocoa plantation, rappel down a series of waterfalls, or visit a local wildlife sanctuary.
We are deeply environmentally conscious, relying on renewable resources as much as possible. We generate as much energy as we consume, and are not dependent on external power lines or sewage systems. Operating at maximum capacity – including a full staff – we use only about the same amount of energy as a U.S. household of four.
For detailed information on our Costa Rican property, go to www.blueosa.com
SOURCE Blue Osa