Get off the grid with yoga and hiking at this eco-conscious lodge located in Zion National Park. As you begin to unplug from daily life and plug in to your true nature. During your time in Zion you'll experience daily yoga and meditation practices, a guided tour in one of Zion's premier destinations with multiple opportunities for down time to become immersed in the serene surroundings of the red rocks and awe inspiring views. During your afternoons on this 10 acre property you have access to private yoga sessions with Sarah to deepen your practice, opportunity to explore caves, canyoneering and hiking trails just to name a few. Nourishing meals and snacks are provided, if you have food concerns please reach out.
Inside Zion National Park next to tabernacle dome, cave valley, heavenly valley, this lodge has everything to make your stay comfortable and memorable. This private and secluded location allows for an intimate and unique experience of Zion. Walk/hike/bike or horseback ride out the front door to explore over 8 different caves world famous Zion trails like the Subway, Left Fork, Right Fork, Grapevine, Hop Valley, Wild Cat Trailheads, and much more. Take a 20 minute drive to Kolob reservoir/lake, Lava Point, the Virgin River. Or take register for day trips to Bryce Canyon National Park, The North rim of Grand Canyon National Park, Lee’s Ferry and the Colorado River, Lake Powell, Orderville Canyon, Brian Head, Cedar Breaks and much more.
Sarah began practicing yoga in 2006 while expecting her first daughter. That initial experience of self love and fully being present in her body was truly profound! Since then she has found that a practice guided by my intuition and the principals of the 8 limb path of yoga provides a deeper understanding of the inner self. Sarah continues to practice and teach because "Yoga gives you permission to be yourself, uncovered, and beautifully raw. I love the honesty of the yoga practice and how it demands self acceptance, which is truly the heart of this practice."
As a Yoga Teacher Sarah has been teaching yoga since summer of 2015, gaining 200 hour certification in 2016 from Moksha Yoga in Chicago, completing the program with more than 700 hours of training. Training with yoga masters like Gary Kraftsow and Aadil Palkhivala. Sarah's mission as an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher is to help make the world of yoga more accessible to all students through classes, retreats and YACEP workshops. Showing students this is a practice to access the language of the heart.
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Light Breakfast, mid morning Yoga, afternoon free time (think read, relax, or hike), Lunch followed by more downtime (basking in nature, massage, napping, exploring), dinner, evening meditation, reflection and journaling.