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3 Days Weekend Wilbur Hot Springs Yoga Retreat USA

  • Wilbur Hot Springs, 3375 Wilbur Springs Road, Wilbur Springs, California 95987, USA

Weekend Yoga Retreat in California

Come and join Wilbur Hot Springs for a weekend of breathing, chanting, asana, and soaking in the healing mineral waters of Wilbur. Strengthen your practice while relaxing and rejuvenating your body and mind. Youll step back from your daily routines and retreat to this sacred land, home to healing waters that have been used for renewal for centuries. You are ensured to transform into a happier, healthier version of yourself by Monday!

Highlights

  • Daily yoga sessions
  • Daily meditation sessions
  • Restorative poses and Yin yoga
  • Chanting and breath work sessions
  • 2 nights accommodation
  • Daily organic meals
  • 2 days with instruction
  • English
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Wilburn Hot Springs provides seven duplex cabins and a honeymoon suite with private bath and kitchen. All the cabins were custom-designed with oak floors, pine ceilings, built-in desks, private baths and scenic views. The Solar Lodge features 6 private guest rooms and a 5-bed bunk room. The hotel offers 2 private guest rooms. Or choose to bring your own gear and get the full camping experience within the 4 available campsites.

Students will practice on Wilbur’s beautiful yoga deck, cradled in nature with the sounds of the breeze and the creek. You will begin each day with chanting and pranayama, followed by breakfast and then an active morning session. In the afternoon there will be time for bathing, hiking, massage, and personal time. The group will gather in the late afternoon for a restorative session followed by a delicious dinner.

Schedule

Friday

  • 15:00 Arrival
  • 17:00 First yoga session followed by dinner

Saturday

  • 07:30 - 08:30 Chanting, meditation and breath work followed by breakfast
  • 10:00 - 12:15 Active yoga followed by lunch
  • 17:00 - 18:30 Restorative poses and Yin yoga followed by dinner

Sunday

  • 08:00 - 10:30 Chanting, meditation and breath work directly followed by active yoga and then brunch

Located 20 miles from the nearest town and situated on an 1,800-acre nature preserve, Wilbur Hot Springs is a health sanctuary in Northern California blessed with transformative and healing hot mineral waters.

Activities
  • Hiking trail nearby
  • Hot spring
  • Massage
  • Sauna
  • Spa
  • Swimming pool
General
  • Dining area
  • Garden
  • Kitchen
  • Terrace
  • Yoga deck

Enjoy five delicious complimentary organic meals prepared especially for you by a professional guest chef.

  • Biking
  • Bird watching
  • Hiking
  • Massage
  • River rafting at nearby Cache Creek Canyon
  • Sauna
  • Spa
  • Swimming

Massage is a vital part of the Wilbur experience of "undoing," and especially in combination with the relaxing heated mineral-laden waters, offers an essential key to the spirit of calm and self-discovery. In the release of tensions through bodywork, there is restoration of emotional as well as physical balance allowing a path to new perceptions, and besides, it feels good!

Hot Spring massage therapies in California

Massage, Swedish, deep tissue, and other techniques, are available and offered by licensed professional massage providers seven days a week. Advance reservations for massage are suggested and can be made at the front desk. A massage would cost 125 USD to 150 USD per 75 minutes.

Wilbur Hot Springs Hotel and Spa

Of all Northern California hot spring spas, Wilbur is renowned for its healing water properties. Open day and night to registered hotel guests, the area is private and clothing is optional in the flumes, sauna, and deck areas.

  • 2 nights’ accommodation (including use of baths, sauna, and grounds)
  • 5 organic meals with guest chef
  • 4 yoga sessions

Driving directions from San Francisco Bay Area

Accessible via main highways, 2.5 hours drive northeast of San Fransisco, and 1.5 hours north of the Sacramento Airport.

The most preferred, direct and scenic route to Wilbur Hot Springs from the Bay Area is Highway 80, then taking Interstate 505 north to Highway 16, and to Highway 20.

From the intersection of Highways 16 and 20, go west on Highway 20 for 675 feet and turn right onto Bear Valley Road.

Follow this dirt road for about 4 miles and turn left to cross the historic silver bridge. Proceed one more mile and you’ll arrive at Wilbur Hot Springs.

Arrival by airplane

The nearest airport is Sacramento Airport, around 1.5 hours drive.

Distances

  • Clearlake, 22 miles
  • Sacramento Airport - 1.5 hours
  • San Francisco, 140 miles - 2.5 hours
  • Williams, 22 miles

Testimonials

  • Review by Kristen Bobertz
    9 out of 10

    "We had an amazing visit! First time and probably not the last! We won an overnight stay in a cabin in January and it was nice to be able to unplug and get away for a night. I am looking into the yoga retreat now."

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  • Review by Nicole M. Hayward from US
    9 out of 10

    "Loved being at your Wilbur yoga retreat this past weekend. It was my first retreat and went way beyond any expectations I might have had. I came away a little bit taller and with a lot more love in my heart. Thank you. Can’t wait to do it again next year. You do an amazing job in sharing your knowledge, teaching and inspiring one’s yoga practice. You have a gift. Namaste."

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  • Review by Al-Hassan H
    9 out of 10

    "A key teaching that Sarana voiced was the need to connect with our core – at the belly – especially with the supportive muscles beneath, which can carry us through life, and the heart with love, and to avoid mental clouds of the mind, which we end up sitting in for too much in our life. During the yogic exercises, I found a deeper connection to the belly – and the heart, the belly’s presence espousing not thoughts but basic needs of nurture, care and connectedness, and my heart, which enlightened me to its breadth of love for all beings and nature, and it’s openness to the universe. Giving me a deep sense of calm and connectedness."

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  • Review by Shawn Callison
    9 out of 10

    "I truly do not know how you could not give this place 5 stars! I am a trauma nurse and in charge of my unit equals high stress. I love my calling, but I have learned it means nurturing myself as well, thank you Wilbur for nurturing me so that I may nurture others! I will be back!"

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  • Review by Amy
    9 out of 10

    "My personal favorite is Wilbur. My friend and rocking yoga teacher, Sarana Miller was born on the property itself and her father still owns it. On a recent getaway to Wilbur, I quickly remembered how to relax and forget my stresses (or perhaps boiled them away in hot water!?). The special sauce was the combination of country sun and warm, healing water. Their motto, In all the World, No Waters Like These, holds true for me. Not only does that environment relax my body nearly immediately, but it relaxes my knotted mind."

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