Concierge.com's insider take:
Yoga bunnies, look no farther: This place inspires near-cultish devotion among its fans, and word of it has spread through the yoga community like wildfire (after all, how many Hatha, Jivamukti, and Bikram devotees can you put under a palapa before they talk?). Accommodation is in little individual huts, very basic, but bathroomed; the best ones are on the beach. It's all exquisitely laid-back, with one apparent drawback: The food is only so-so in the huge wooden dining hall where meals are "celebrated," and it feels like a members-only club. But then you take a class or two (not included), and—bam—you're hooked, too.
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