The Best Places To Meditate At Blue Osa

Set amongst lush rainforest on the pristine beachfront of the Osa Peninsula there is no shortage of places to recharge and re-connect through meditation at Blue Osa, and the soundtrack of crashing waves and chirping wildlife provides the perfect backdrop.

Here are our favorite spots at Blue Osa to come to stillness:

1.Yoga Studio

The Best Places To Meditate At Blue Osa Yoga Studio

A feeling of tranquility instantly washes over you from the minute you walk up the stairs to the second-floor yoga studio, with views over the picturesque garden to the ocean.

2.Pool Deck

The Best Places To Meditate At Blue Osa Pool Deck

The pool deck provides a tranquil space to read a book or come back to your breath.

3.The Temple

The Best Places To Meditate At Blue Osa The Temple

A truly sacred space, the Ganesha temple is its own sanctuary within Blue Osa.

 

4.Front row seats

The Best Places To Meditate At Blue Osa Front row seats

A popular place to watch the early morning sunrise, these chairs offer front row seats to mother nature’s daily show.

5.The Beach

The Best Places To Meditate At Blue Osa The Beach

Breathing in the fresh salty air and listening to the steady sound of the waves washing up on the shore, the beach is the perfect place to re-connect with nature.

6.The Garden

The Best Places To Meditate At Blue Osa The Garden

Feel the earth supporting your body as you relax under the shade of the trees in our garden.

7.Rock Wall

The Best Places To Meditate At Blue Osa Rock Wall

Perch on top of the rock wall where Blue Osa meets the ocean and feel the serenity cascade over you.

8.Hammock

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Let the cooling breeze from the ocean gently sway the hammock as you come to a place of mindful relaxation.

Put yourself in the picture and book your visit to Blue Osa to discover your inner peace.

 

About The Author

Emma Bio PicRaised on a farm in Australia Emma went to boarding school in Sydney where she also attended university and then worked as a commercial lawyer. A few years ago, after what she refers to as her “quarter life crisis”, she quit her job and moved overseas to travel the world and hasn’t looked back! Her love of yoga took her to study in Rishikesh India, and later to Blue Osa as a volunteer. A lover of the great outdoors her other passions include horse riding, scuba diving, hiking and skiing.
Keep up with Emma’s global adventures here.

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