Imiloa believes that through a posture of learning and spirit of service, we can powerfully catalyse the individual and social transformation which will create stronger communities, transform our planet and build a better world.
As a global community eco-system focusing on education, mentorship and service, this retreat centre is the intersection of discovery, creativity, imagination and transformation.
A few facts about your destination
Imiloa is a majestic, one of a kind, 20-acre private mountain-top property located in Costa Rica with 180 degree sunset ocean views overlooking the entire Pacific from Manuel Antonio in the north to the Osa Peninsula and Cano Island in the south. It is a complete natural paradise with 17 accommodations, including 200-year-old homes from Bali, Jungle bungalows with bathtubs in the unofficial sloth sanctuary and sacred geodesic domes.
Historically, Costa Rica has been the meeting place of tribes for thousands of years. It is the cradle of the North and South, a meeting point for the Incas and the Aztecs, and it is the perfect location as Costa Rica continues onward in its rich history of being a meeting place to exchange ideas, vision and go deep within to discover what we have all been seeking.
5* Plant-based cuisine
At Imiloa, the food is “conscious comfort food.” That means healthy, locally-sourced, gourmet vegan meals are served that are as artistically plated, scientifically nourishing and delightfully crafted for all retreat guests.
We believe in creating possibility. Our gut is the second “largest brain” and by nurturing it we believe we can help catalyse the transformation of the mind, body and soul. For the time you’re at Imiloa, you’ll discover what’s possible with food and nourishment. Thousands of guests have reported higher states of awareness, curiosity, creativity and completeness.
“Learning how to bring East and West philosophies together through being taught the foundations and fundamentals of how trauma and pain become the directors of our lives without us even realising it. It was a voyage of personal discovery and life changing awakening of what it means to be human.”