Yoga Freedom Rocks Iceland

Akureyri, Iceland

Aug 27 - Sep 2, 2017
Group size: 12-28
Yoga Freedom Rocks Iceland
Akureyri, Iceland

Deposit: $600
Aug 27 - Sep 2, 2017
Group size: 12-28

About this trip

Find Freedom in Your Yoga
Join us for our inaugural yoga holiday
in Akureyri, Iceland
August 27-Sept. 2, 2017


Daily opportunities to meditate, move and discover. The choice is yours what you do.

Finding Freedom in Breath and Movement Brings Freedom in Mind and Spirit

What’s included

Your Freedom Trip Includes:
- Up to four opportunities for yoga & meditation daily
- Transfers to/from apartments from the Akureyri airport
- 6 nights accommodations in Akureyri in super nice apartments with their own outdoor hot tubs
- Four dinners, six breakfasts and six lunches
- Ferry ride and hike on Hrisey lsland
- Myvatn full day excursion with spa entrance fee

Additional excursions can be booked, but are not included in the package price: horseback riding, whale watching, hiking, and massages

Not included

Travel to and from Akureyri is not included. You'll need to also arrange for travel from Reykjavik to Akureyri. Flights from major cities in the USA (Boston, NYC), Canada (Toronto and Halifax) and Oslo have good deals on air travel. Better for you to make your own arrangements so that you can take advantage of Iceland if you'd like.

​Check out: for inexpensive options.

​Icelandair travels to and from Reykjavik and most North American, European and Scandinavian countries.

Some of you might want to take the six hours scenic route from Reykjavik to Akureyri on a Greyhound bus. Others might be interested in a 40-minute panoramic flight over the plateau of Iceland. Or, maybe you come one way and return the other. You have the freedom to do exactly as you wish.

If you arrive the 26th (or before) or early on the 27th, you need to get yourself to the domestic airport in Reykjavik. This is done by taxi and bus and the cost is around $150 Canadian ($105 USD) in total. You will need at least 2.5 hrs between arrival at KEF airport and departure at the RKV domestic airport.
Info about the flights between KEF and AEY can be found here:

Before You Go

Before you go, reserve your spot for the holiday and any additional excursions. Use the "contact organizer" button at upper right to get in touch with us.

Get your passport in order, purchase your travel, consider buying travel insurance, and then, well, begin packing for a most extraordinary holiday!

Available Packages

Double Room
5 left

Double room occupancy is provided in modern and bright city apartments, with all amenities. The bathroom is shared. These include outdoor hot tubs! Travel to and from the Knarraburg studio and spa will be provided by our hosts.

Deposit: $600
Single Room
10 left

If you're coming alone, or you'd rather not share a bedroom, single is available. All rooms are provided in modern and bright city apartments, with all amenities. The bathroom is shared. These include outdoor hot tubs! Travel to and from the Knarraburg studio and spa will be provided by our hosts.

Deposit: $600


August 27 Day 1
Arrive in Akureyri via domestic airline or bus (not included in cost). Transfer from airport or bus station (included) to ultra cool city apartment with outdoor jacuzzi (included). ​Get your groove on welcome dinner at 7 pm (included).

Your Organizer

DiDi and Kine of Yoga Freedom Rocks
Kine Røst and DeNel (DiDi) Rehberg Sedo met in 2011 on the southern shores of Oaxaca, Mexico. Kine was looking for someone to teach with her at Pura Yoga, a studio she designed with love and attention. Since then, every year they teach and learn together during the winter months. Kine is a Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT 500) with Yoga Alliance, which acknowledges the completion of a yoga teacher training with an approved and active Registered Yoga School (RYS). She has been teaching since 2008, and has since 2009 been certified in Critical Alignment®. She teaches at Pura Yoga in Zipolite and in Oslo, Norway at Balance Yoga & Pilates studio. DiDi is also a certified yoga teacher (RYT 200) who has been teaching since 2011, and practicing since way before then. Her style is informed by both the Ashtanga and Iyengar traditions. She teaches at Pura Yoga and around Hubbards, Nova Scotia in church basements, sailing clubs and wherever there's a good floor and a few walls.