We are a yoga retreat in Costa Rica located on the Osa Peninsula next to the Corcovado Park. Being a volunteer gives you an opportunity to come and experience Blue Osa in a very unique way. You become an intrinsic part of our community and our special way of life. We are opening our doors for you to become a part of our community. Our community consists of the guests, the staff, Marie, Adam, our animals, vendors, tour guides, drivers and many others who are a part of our eco-system.
What type of host are you?
What are you looking for help with?
What’s the mission of your community?
Blue Osa Yoga Retreat + Spa endeavors to provide renewal for each person’s body, mind, and spirit through nourishment, care, and a pure form of living.
How many volunteers could you host?
A couple of volunteers
When would you need volunteers?
All year long, 3 months minimum
How many hours of help per day?
6 hours of help per day
How many days of help per week?
5 days per week – 2 days off
Note about the volunteer work and other expectations
Work hours are generally in the morning, Monday to Friday with the weekends free.
Are accommodation and food included?
Yes, we offer food and accommodation
What type of accommodation can you provide?
Diet – nutrition information
Vegan cuisine with some animal protein options throughout the week.
VISA – could you provide Visa support/info/invitation letters?
No! we cannot help with Visa/invitation letters – similar requests will be ignored.
Volunteering here is a great way to immerse yourself into three worlds simultaneously.
- 1. You get to help side by side with our local team. You will get to practice your Spanish and experience the Pura Vida.
- 2. Being a yoga retreat, you will be immersed in yoga for the length of time that you stay here.
- 3. You are immersed in a jungle paradise. Blue Osa is located right next to the Corcovado National Park, which is said to contain 2.5% of all the earth’s bio diversity.
Blue Osa is located about 8 miles (11 km) south of Puerto Jimenez on the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. Known for its rich bio-diversity and stunning natural beauty, the region has been called the most biologically intense places on Earth by National Geographic. Blue Osa is nestled near Corcovado National Park and the warm shores of the Gulfo Dulce — the perfect place to see endangered rainforest plants and animals.
How to get to your site
Fly to San Jose (SJO) in Costa Rica, and then take a local flight to Puerto Jimenez on the Osa Peninsula.
Is there internet access?
Listen to nature and be absorbed in the sounds of life! 🌊🌴
Pubblicato da Blue Osa su Lunedì 25 giugno 2018
How many hours of volunteering help will you expect per week?
about 30 hours
How many volunteers?
We typically have 2 – 4 volunteers come and be a part of our community throughout the year.
In yogic philosophy, being a volunteer, or offering service, is one of the highest forms of yoga practice. The Sanskrit word for volunteering is “seva”. Seva basically means to offer service and to do so mindfully with non-attachment.
In deep gratitude for offering service to Blue Osa and our community, our promise is to provide:
- Upon your arrival and departure, ground transportation to and from Puerto Jimenez
- 3 healthy delicious meals daily
- Private accommodations in our staff quarters
- Yoga classes when offered.
Please Keep In MInd
This is a non-paying position. It is a volunteer position. If you ask, we will immediately discontinue any correspondence. Please do not email us telling us about the skills you have that we are not looking for in our yoga retreat in Costa Rica.
Are You A Yoga Teacher?
Although not always, we generally look for volunteers who are able to teach yoga. If you are a yoga teacher, you will usually, but not always, be more likely to be considered.
Please do not be offended…
Please do not be offended if we do not respond. If we do not, it means that we are currently full and do not need your services.
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