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06/06/2022 12/06/2022


Costa Rica


Daily yoga practices Personal retreat time Use of yoga room and facilities


“The doors of the wild are few but precious. If you have a scar, that is a door, if you have an old, old story, that is a door. If you love the sky and the water so much you almost cannot bear it, that is a door. If you yearn for a deeper life, a full life, a sane life, that is a door.” – Clarissa Pinkola Estés

Untether and rewild your heart, body, and spirit with 6 days of beaches, yoga, nature, meditation, sacred circles, delicious food, and adventure.

Remember when you would run free in the woods near your childhood home, climb trees, seek out adventure and embrace your inner curiosity and wildness, unknowingly and unashamed, untamed and untethered. Wild child, wild at heart. No effort, you just were a child of the wild, the wilderness your most comfortable and when you felt most yourself.

What is Rewilding?

Rewilding is a term that was first used in wildlife conservation. In that context, it refers to the restoration of land to a wild, uncultivated state, including the reintroduction of native plant and animal species. Human rewilding is a process of restoring our inner landscape and lifestyle to a more primal and natural state. In this case, we are welcoming home our instincts and innate connection with the natural world.

Through rewilding, we connect with our truest selves and our roots in the natural world. As a result, we’re able to access a much-needed inner compass to help navigate our busy, modern lives. Even though we all have a deep well of creativity, healing, and wisdom within us, many of us have forgotten how to get in touch with it. Rewilding is a path toward remembering.

The retreat includes one-to-two daily yoga classes led by Kelley, 3 delicious and nurturing meals, guided meditation, and sacred reflective circles welcoming ritual and conversations. One vinyasa class takes place in the morning, either just before or just after breakfast. After the first class and meal, you have free time to explore, relax, or take part in optional add-on activities. Lunch will take place midday, during this free time. There may also be a yoga class offered in the afternoon/early evening that will be more restorative in nature and form, helping us ground down and settle into nourishment of dinner and deep rest.

In addition, there is usually one dedicated “excursion day” in which we do not have scheduled yoga classes. This is a day to take advantage of some of the more involved tour and excursion offerings and is always a fun adventure.

I can hardly wait to run wild with you! ~ Kelley


Our location


Santa Teresa, Costa Rica
€2055 Per person per stay
€2918 for single occupancy
The retreat will be held at an intimate beachfront hotel and yoga center located in Santa Teresa, a breathtaking white sand beach on the Pacific Ocean of Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula. Situated on four acres of unspoiled tropical beach, you will find beautiful swimming areas and also outcroppings of rock where natural tide pools form. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are prepared daily and include healthy vegetarian options along with fish and/or chicken. The food is organic when available and prepared with nourishing ingredients.



Kelley, the founder of Savannah Yoga Center, has been practicing and teaching yoga for nearly 20 years. Her teaching style is creative and light-hearted. Kelley teaches two polar opposite styles of yoga: Dynamic Vinyasa for those that like to flow quickly while sweating their way to enlightenment to upbeat tempo music as well as Gentle Vinyasa for those that want or need to experience more ease and comfort in their lives. She often threads mythology, mudra, and breathwork into the practice, her hope is that students experience the magic, grounding, and transformational nature of yoga in her classes.

Kelley’s dedication to the Savannah community led her to create the SYC Community Partner Program. The program has donated over $15,000 to local charities since 2010, through special events and classes at SYC. Having shown excellence in work, community, and philanthropy, Kelley was granted the Armstrong State University Notable Alumni Award in October 2016.

Kelley holds a B.A. in Art from Armstrong Atlantic State University and continues to live a life saturated in creativity which manifests itself not only through the yoga retreats, classes, and workshops she offers year-round but also in her crystal, mineral, and spirit shop, Ordinary Magic, which opened on Summer Solstice, June 21, 2019.


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