*Please bring your own mat with you or let us know if you need one*
Do I Have to be an Advanced Yogi to Attend?
We welcome All Levels of yogis, whether you're a skier looking to get into yoga or have been skiing & practicing yoga for years, we can accommodate everyone.
What Should I Wear?
Not sure what Breck weather looks like in November? Temperatures range from 20*F to 40*F on average during the first few weeks of November. We strongly recommend bringing multiple layers of clothes, as the sun can be warm during the day but it gets very cold when the sun goes down. Bring waterproof ski clothes and appropriate gear if you plan to ski. Also, there is a hot tub in the house, so bring a swimsuit if you'd like to enjoy it. Make sure to include some loose fitting clothes for practicing yoga.
Looking for Breckenridge Lift Tickets?
While we do not pay for your tickets, we do allot time Friday and Saturday during the day to go skiing if you wish. Check out is 9:00am Sunday, so there's a chance to ski then, too! Tickets are cheaper online more than 7 days in advance: http://www.breckenridge.com/plan-a-trip/lift-tickets/lift-tickets-search.aspx
Water! Water! Water!
Breckenridge sits right below 10,000ft, so begin to drink more water than usual a few days before the retreat. If you're coming from Denver (and especially traveling from sea level) you will feel the effects of the altitude when we begin to flow, ski, or hike. Lightheadedness, headache, shortness of breath, and nausea are all common side effects of Altitude Sickness and can be easily avoided by drinking plenty of water in advance!
While we are promoting health and wellness, if you choose to partake in recreational alcohol or cannabis use, feel free to do so in moderation. Both are legal in Colorado for those over the age of 21, and this retreat is 21+ only. We want you to enjoy your retreat but we ask that you be mindful of the others on the retreat and respectful of their choices.
Please be wary of the Colorado weather. While usually the roads are fine to drive, the Colorado Department of Transportation requires 4-wheel drive, all-wheel drive, snow tires, or chains during the winter months. If you do not have a car capable of this, please let us know and we will try to find you reliable transportation.