Las Catalinas Introduces Re-Balance Retreat in April

Car free seaside town in Costa Rica offers nature inspired wellness platform

Las Catalinas Introduces Re-Balance Retreat in April

According to the Global Wellness Institute (GWI), wellness tourism is expected to see a 21% annual growth rate through 2025 despite a major drop in 2020 due to the pandemic. GWI data shows that this growth reflects new traveler values placing a high emphasis on nature, sustainability, mindfulness, mental wellness and more.

According to industry experts, wellness travel is one of the fastest-growing travel categories in the world, if not the fastest and the growth in wellness tourism is a reflection of a rapid recovery from pent-up demand in 2021 and 2022.

While wellness travel may mean yoga retreats and fitness boot camps for some, more and more travelers are seeking deeper transformational wellness trips to rejuvenate, renew and restore both the mind and body.

The car-free town of Las Catalinas in Costa Rica aspires to create a better way of life connecting people to nature in a place where 1,000 acres of a 1200-acre property remains undeveloped as a tropical dry forest reserve allowing ample opportunities for people to connect with nature.

Inspired by New Urbanism, the town offers a sustainable lifestyle that is influenced by the natural surroundings. Throughout its development, the town’s  commitment to nature remains as one of its main core values.

Following Las Catalinas’ well-living pillars: movement, nourishment, meaningful connections, simplicity and beautiful surroundings, the town announces its signature Re-Balance Retreat to take place on April 26 – 30, 2023.

The five-day Re-Balance Retreat is a retreat created with the sole intention of helping participants relax, recharge, and rebalance in an environment immersed in nature.  Guests check-in to the beautiful Santarena Hotel in the heart of Las Catalinas.

Meet fellow retreat attendees and come together for an intention ceremony to officially start this multi-day wellness experience. Finish the first day with an outdoor dinner on a dreamy outdoor terrace. Day two starts with a yoga session overlooking the ocean followed by a healthy breakfast.

Later, join the Re-Balance Workshop followed by some leisure time to explore the town of Las Catalinas. Guests will embark on a magical sound journey just before bedtime. Day three features visiting Center of Joy wellness center in Las Catalinas for a hypnobreathwork session.

Spend time swimming in the ocean, walking the trails or simply relaxing and enjoying the many outdoor offerings.

The retreat continues for two more days with a schedule filled with nurturing activities planned for guests to rebalance including yoga, meditation, healing sessions, trail hikes, fitness, sound journeys, hypnobreathwork and much more.

Pricing starts at $1583.21USD per person in single occupancy (double occupancy rates available upon request). For more information on the Re-Balance Retreat, visit here or email [email protected].

Since its inception, Las Catalinas has become an ideal destination for restoring one’s physical and mental wellbeing, training, rejuvenation, healing and recovery and outdoor adventure.

With 42 kilometers of world-class, single-track trails that feature stunning views of the coastline and valley vistas, Las Catalinas is the most prominent mountain biking destination in the American tropics.

All hiking and running trails feature spectacular viewpoints and opportunities to get a glimpse of some of the area’s amazing local wildlife, including monkeys, peccaries, and coatis, not to mention a wide variety of exotic birds. Trails vary in difficulty and length, from high-intensity hills to low-impact flatter tracks.

The town is also flanked by two of the best beaches on Costa Rica’s Pacific coast. Sheltered just enough from the southern swell, Las Catalinas is a haven for water sports enthusiasts, and consistent moderate waves make it ideal for body surfing and boogie boarding as well as standup paddle-boarding (SUP) and sea kayaking.

If the retreat dates are not an option, guests can opt to craft their own wellness trips to focus on improving their health, wellbeing and fitness regimens or set new goals.

Stay in town at Santarena Hotel or book a villa through Beach Town Travel with an array of villa options including daily housekeeping and laundry service, a fully equipped kitchen, free Wi-Fi, use of the Las Catalinas Collection resort facilities and more.

While not on the trails or in the water, enjoy the convenience of the cardio classes and private training at CORE by Chakfitness outdoor gym, massage and facials at WAKE Day Spa, wellbeing treatments, pilates and organic cooking classes at Center of Joy, mountain bike, kayak and SUP rentals at Pura Vida Ride, healthy food to go, private chef dinners or wine tastings at Copper & Stone gourmet market, fresh smoothies and made from scratch organic dishes for all dietary restrictions at Pots & Bowls and more.

About Las Catalinas, www.lascatalinascr.com

The conscious town of Las Catalinas is Costa Rica’s newest desirable beach town inspired by New Urbanist philosophy.

Las Catalinas Introduces Re-Balance Retreat in April

The car-free, highly walkable town includes several inns and intimate hotels, shops, restaurants, retail, day spas, pedestrian streets, parks, plazas, and recreational facilities, all located between two of Costa Rica’s loveliest Pacific beaches and 1,000 acres of protected tropical dry forest, which are interlaced with extensive hiking and biking trails.

Within the town, the walkable public spaces are interwoven with nature, and the architecture emphasizes indoor-outdoor living and scenic views. Cars are refreshingly absent.

Founder Charles Brewer’s core values and beliefs include environmental stewardship, connection to one another and to the rhythms of nature, promotion of wellness, and an emphatic preference for quality of life over quantity of material possessions, understanding that the “good life” is not about material possessions but about human connections, good health, and ecological sustainability.

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