Be guided through a weekend of hiking + yoga + mindfulness + laughter + play, and lots of time to rest.
Being on retreat is an opportunity to step away from everyday life, from all your responsibilities and to-do lists, and to immerse yourself in nurturing (body, mind and soul). It's an invitation to reconnect with yourself and connect more deeply with community and nature.
Join us for the Hike Yoga Fun! Women's Yoga Retreat in Lyons, Colorado, just 30 minutes from Boulder and Estes Park. We'll stay at in a large, gorgeous Tuscan style villa on 44 acres of land, by the Little Thompson River. Hiking trails abound everywhere, with amazing hikes just a short drive from the villa.
Who is this retreat for?
This is retreat is for you if you are a woman who wants to:
*Press the reset button and recharge your nervous system
*Return to a slower pace and remember your of inner peace
*Be surrounded by nature and open space
*Immerse yourself in precious "me time"
*Enjoy some digital detox and time to reconnect more deeply within + *with community
*Dive deep into mindfulfulness, play, laughter, and peace
*Leave feeling more at home with yourself
*Welcome snacks + tea upon arrival
*LOTS of yoga! 3 energizing yoga classes + 1 restorative yoga class. Class themes will be infused with how to live your yoga off the mat in everyday life.
*Meditation - Guided meditations + yoga nidra
*Hiking in nearby trails (guided and free-time to go on your own)
*Mindful, Healthy Eating - Delicious, nourishing, vegan meals (Friday dinner through Sunday brunch)
*Sunrise, sunset + star gazing
Time to sit, walk, journal, nap, visit, play, and simply be
*Maybe a dance party :)
*Alcohol is not included but feel free to bring your own (BYOB)
*Transportation is not included. But carpooling is encouraged! Better for the environment, and good community building and retreat bonding.
yoga props you'd like to use (i.e. block, strap, blanket)
layers of clothes
shoes you can walk/ hike in, as well as slip-ons
Phone- You DON'T need to leave your phone at home. Maybe you want to take pics with your phone or check-in with the family. But I highly encourage you to take a break from technology while on retreat. This is not a rule, just an invitation.