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The stress of life sometimes calls for extraordinary measures. Treat yourself to a break from the routing and get away for a few days to tend to your own well-being. Yoga retreats help you strengthen your skills, learn new techniques and exercise your mind. Here are a few excellent choices to consider:
Ever dreamed of being a cowgirl? The great outdoors of Montana is the perfect place to rekindle your inner spirit. Take a deep breath. Close your eyes. Quiet your mind.
Big Sky Yoga retreats facilitate 1-2 yoga practices to take advantage of the natural rhythms of the body: a vigorous, energizing morning practice and/or a restorative, relaxing afternoon/evening practice. They also tailor their yoga practice to complement the season and other outdoor activities (e.g. hiking, horse riding).
Founded in 1967 by one of the region’s well-known yogis, Ganga White, the White Lotus is known for its ideal placement in a steep canyon on forty acres in the San Marcos Pass. The center overlooks the city of Santa Barbara, the Pacific Ocean, and the Channel Islands. Many consider it the most established school of yoga thought and practice. When your yoga instruction ends, you can take a dip in sandstone swimming holes, go hiking on the many trails, eat amazing food, and more. And staying in the yurt village provides a unique and memorable experience.
Go remote and head to the jungle beach on Costa Rica’s southern peninsula. Right on the beach and close to Corcovado National Park, Blue Osa is a perfect vacation destination. You and your family can enjoy kayaking surfing, zip-lining, and wildlife excursions in between yoga sessions provided by world-class instructors. The second-floor yoga studio provides a view of the ocean and mountains. Blue Osa offers a number of options for yoga retreats, depending on you and your goals.
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