Los Clavos Surf Camp right on the beach and the resort has amazing views of the Pacific Ocean. This means you can have some serious beach time in between yoga classes! The resort sits on a 7km stretch of untouched beaches with barely a soul in site.
You can learn how to surf. It’s possibly been on your bucket list – it was definitely on mine. The nearest surf beach is just a 10-minute walk away and it is an ideal location for beginners. You will be scheduled 2 sessions a week over the 4 weeks. Surely with the core strength from all the yoga, you’ll be able to give it a good shot.
The course is interactive with surf camp life and all guests will join us for Restorative Yoga at the end of the day. There may also be possibilities for you to practice your yoga teaching on the guests, acknowledging different body types for both girls and boys, surf dudes and yogis.
Enjoy sunset in the natural swimming pool that has been carved into the rocks some time ago. This pool makes an appearance when the tide is out and is an amazing feature of the beach. We can even do yoga here.
The camp hosts just 12 guests so it promises to be an intimate group with heaps of personalised learning of yoga. We will share the camp with surfer guests as well as yogis but numbers will be small.
The food is amazing and prepared from local produce. Nicaragua boasts an amazing range of fresh fruit and vegetables that the kitchen team use in abundance. Fresh juices are made every day with fresh coconut in many of the favourite dishes.
Have some serious hammock time with hammocks located in all the best places throughout the camp. Be social in the rancho or take some quite time in your own hammock on your terrace, either way, there are enough to go round. With the activity of the day, it’s a great way to recharge.
On Thursdays, we go to salsa night at a local bar, Pasta La Vista! Learn to salsa with the locals, let your hair down, if you have the energy after a whole lot of yoga.
We are really close to a fishing village which means there is an abundance of fresh fish and seafood. Fish and lobster from the grill are served regularly for dinner…we love it!!
Last but by no means least, French friends Romain and Claire are super hosts and great fun. They left their Parisian lives to follow their dream of opening a surf camp in Nicaragua. The camp only opened last Christmas and so is brand new. They are already looking forward to hosting us for a heap of yoga!!
200 hrs Yoga Teacher Training Course starts 4th November
Ashtanga and Restorative Yoga
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