Manuel Antonio/ Quepos Tidings
Sivana Yoga has expanded its schedule and added an exciting new yoga instructor. Mark Goldstein has joined Silvia Gfeller in offering classes at Hotel Costa Verde’s Jungle Yoga Platform. Monkeys join them almost every morning. Two classes are held Monday through Friday at 7 to 8 a.m. and at 8:15 to 9:15 a.m. They provide mats, blocks, straps, great music and the knowledge to lead you through some excellent yoga classes. Silvia and Mark also are highly experienced massage therapists, offering Swedish, deep tissue and Thai yoga massage. Contact Silvia at 8899-2987 or Mark at 8338-6960.
Our local chamber of commerce offered two free seminars recently. A commercial trademark seminar was held May 5 at the Timarai resort in Parrita, and on May 6 the Aguirre chamber and the National Tourism Chamber invited local businesses to a seminar on hotel security. We are proud of the good work our chamber is doing.
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