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Arthur Sevestre
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Location: Delicias, Costa Rica
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7 Day Permaculture & Yoga Course in Eco Village Rancho Delicioso in Costa Rica

Both Permaculture and Yoga are about achieving a dynamic balance. Come to Costa Rica to learn about both during a seven day course organised on and by eco village and permaculture center Rancho Delicioso.

Comment on previous course: "Throughout the course, I felt a balance of body and soul. It's great to have a place to work on yourself, with positive energy and a family feel. I truly realized how everything is connected."

Our week-long course includes the following:
*7 Days / 6 Nights at Rancho Delicioso;
*3 Meals per day that showcase healthy fresh cooking from the farm or local providers;
*Introduction to Permaculture – Daily Workshops;
*Aerial Silk Class;
*Archery Class;
*Beach Trip To Playa Hermosa (Surfing Lessons Optional);
*Montezuma Waterfalls Excursion;
*Anamaya Yoga Excursion;
*Pool Party and Salsa Lessons.

Introduction to Permaculture Daily Workshops:
*Understanding the principles of Permaculture;
*Observing microclimates and learning to listen to your intuition;
*Mimicking nature to create a sustainable garden design;
*Learning the important first stages of gardening. Seeding, transplanting, creating raised bed lasagna, mulching, as well as how to polyculture the plants;
*Creation of a mandala garden with plants and flowers;
*Investigating medicinal plants, and those that can aid survival and homesteading.

For more information, and for more course dates, please see http://ranchodelicioso.com/permaculture-yoga-course-pyc/

Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1455380361444795/
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