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UNLEASH YOUR SUPERPOWER WITH BREATHWORK AND OTHER TRANSFORMATIONAL EXPERIENCES
A 5-Night / 6 -Day VIP RETREAT in Costa Rica
A Journey of Upgrading Your Body, Brain, and Life.
August 31 - September 5th, 2023
All Guests Will Receive:
You are on your individual journey at Imiloa. We invite you to attend all, some or none of the activities. This week is about you.
YOUR HOSTS: Dr. Mike & Jo Ellen.
YOUR BREATH MASTER: Travis Steffens - Click Here for his Bio
*This itinerary is subject to updates.
The IMILOA Guest Experience
Whether you’re in 200 year old homes from Bali on the cliff, Geodesic Domes deep in the Jurrasic Jungle or Jungalows with bathtubs out to our unofficial sloth sanctuary, you’ll have a story to tell about your stay at Imiloa.
At Imiloa, we like to call our food “conscious comfort food.” That means we serve healthy, locally-sourced, gourmet vegan meals that are as artistically plated, scientifically nourishing and delightfully crafted for all of our retreat guests.
We have one main infinity plunge pool, and two private plunge pools, begging for you to lounge, create, learn and play. Chill areas throughout the upper ridge, overlooking the mighty Pacific, enjoy your time unwinding and rewind back in time 200 years to Indonesia as each of the homes are 160+ years old.
It’s where the world comes to learn. It’s a 250m² Balinese super-structure and classroom, hanging 100 feet in the jungle. It’s equipped for your audio-visual needs. Often used for workshops, yoga, meditation, gatherings and dance parties.
This is at the center of the property. The space is a blended design honoring the indigenous of Costa Rica and imported Balinese pieces. “Heart” is 200m² of dining, multi-use, loungy and relaxation space. Perfect for break out sessions, dining, dancing, deepenings, relaxing or individual meditation and rejuvenation.
Miles of jungle pathways that lead to different gems on the property, including our private waterfall, named by the priests of the Indigenous Tribe (Kogis, from Colombia) “Morundwa.” The tribe visited Imiloa, as many tribes do, and activated our waterfall.