Sequoia National Park: Rest & Rejuvenate Yoga Retreat Weekend 2

Sequoia, CA, United States

Meagan Hurst
Meagan Hurst
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Jun 2 - 4, 2017
Group size: 8-12
Sequoia National Park: Rest & Rejuvenate Yoga Retreat Weekend 2
Sequoia, CA, United States

Meagan Hurst
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$400
Deposit: $200
Jun 2 - 4, 2017
Group size: 8-12

About this trip

Join Meagan and a small group of other rad souls for a fun retreat getaway up in the fresh mountain air. Enjoy Bed and Breakfast accommodation, gourmet breakfast, home cooked meals and wine pairings, invigorating and relaxing yoga for all levels, peaceful riverbank meditations, guided Sequoia National park exploration and time to relax, reconnect and rejuvenate! 
Sequoia National Park is found in Visalia, California. The park stretches across a vast length of almost 404,000 acres. It is one of the largest National Parks in America and is world famous for its amazing giant sequoia trees. This dramatic landscape testifies to nature's size, beauty, and diversity--huge mountains, rugged foothills, deep canyons, vast caverns, and the world's largest trees!
We will stay at Sequoia River Dance Bed and Breakfast in Three Rivers, CA just minutes from the park entrance! This newly remodeled house holds 5 rooms, 4 bathrooms, a shady outdoor yoga deck, and the south fork of the Kaweah River runs through the property providing the background sound for each yoga practice and will lull you to sleep each night. Our awesome hosts Jackie and James will ensure we are comfortable, feel at home, and are well fed!

Spaces limited to 12 adults
If you are on your own, groups of 2 or 3 can be put together depending on how many singles sign up!

What’s included

  • 2 nights accommodation at the beautiful Sequoia River Dance Bed & Breakfast in Three Rivers, CA
  • Daily Yoga & Meditation with Meagan outside next to the river!
  • 2 indulgent & gourmet breakfasts
  • 1 healthy and wholesome home cooked dinner (with wine pairings and dessert, okay so maybe a little indulgent!) 
  • Entrance fee & transportation to and around Sequoia/ King's Canyon National Park 
  • Guided hike and picnic lunch in the National Park
  • Professional photographer to capture the weekend so that you don't have to worry about taking photos
  • Coffee, Tea & Snacks 

Not included

  • Transportation to Three Rivers (Carpools are encouraged!) 
  • Dinner on Friday night

Available Packages

Triple Room
A "roll away" twin bed will be put into a room with an existing queen size bed to accommodate 3 yogis.
Available until Apr 02only 2 left
$400
Deposit: $200
Double Room
Shared bed.
Available until Apr 025 left
$450
Deposit: $225
Single Room
Available until Apr 02only 4 left
$600
Deposit: $300
$400
$400
Deposit: $200

Triple Room

Itinerary

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Arrive at the B&B
Arrive to Sequoia River Dance B&B this afternoon and settle in with tea, coffee and snacks. Meet your fellow yogis and relax! We will do a yummy welcoming yoga practice outdoors next to the river and share a delicious meal out in town at the Ol' Buckaroo, a famous food truck with great outdoor atmosphere.

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Meagan Hurst
Meagan Hurst
Meagan did yoga here and there throughout her life, but it wasn't until her last year of college that she found a dedicated practice. After graduating from film school and taking on a grueling and emotionally draining job in Hollywood, yoga became her release.  Meagan found deep effects not only in her body but mostly her mind and she wanted to dig deeper into the practice. Eventually, yoga gave Meagan the courage to quit her job with the goal of traveling the world with just a backpack. She went to Nicaragua to complete her 200 hour vinyasa yoga teacher training with Bodhi Yoga Academy. Since then she hasn't looked back and has also never been happier! She is currently continuing her yoga education at Mira Costa College in their 300 hour program and believes that she will always be a student of yoga. Her teaching is rooted in the Ashtanga lineage of yoga but keeps the energy playful, curious and often upside-down. She never takes herself too seriously and encourages her students to laugh at themselves too. Meagan will push you to your edge and then bring you back to center gently.  Meagan also enjoys being outside in nature, rock climbing, surfing, photography and spending time with her friends and family.