Yogascapes offers yoga retreats around the world combining energetic yoga classes and wellness teachers with in-tune guides, local culture, and tasty food.
Yoga Retreats (5)
Gillian St. Clair
After coming back from India, Gillian opened Steadfast and True Yoga in Nashville, Tennese, in August 2010. She wanted to create a studio and space that held tightly to values of right action and less distraction to create healthy reactions. Gillian wanted to create an extended family and she succeeded. Steadfast is constantly growing and evolving, but it has been and will continue to be an amazing journey for her.
Known for his joyful energy, skilled touch, and sense of humor, Pete creates a spiritual yet light-hearted environment for his students to uncover the deeper benefits of yoga. Pete’s ability to compassionately guide students of all levels through a vigorous asana practice makes his classes amongst the most dynamic in the bay area. Pete is a great teacher for newcomers and advanced practitioners yearning for a new adventure and challenge.
Rebecca believes everyone has the potential to thrive in the world and that wellness is at the forefront of this global change. With an undeniable passion for empowering others to take charge of their wellbeing, one of her greatest strengths is establishing meaningful connections with others to collaboratively make the world a healthier place. After taking her first class nearly 15 years ago, Rebecca has continued investing in the practices of yoga and meditation as student and teacher both.
Gloria Baraquio, E-RYT 200, is a yogini from Hawaii who began her practice in 2003 when she began suffering from anxiety attacks. After experiencing her ujjayi breath for the first time in a yoga class, she finally understood the importance of breathing and how it could calm, center, and ground her life. She began teaching in 2006 and embarked on a journey through vinyasa, ashtanga, Iyengar, hatha, bhakti, kundalini, somatics, ecstatic dance, Nia, Rolfing, acupuncture, physical theater, and natural foods, gaining a comprehensive understanding of the body, mind, voice, movement, and nutrition.
Britt began to seriously study health and movement in New York City with master teacher, Maty Ezraty in 2014. She completed her 200-Hr in-depth yoga training at YogaWorks in Soho. The trajectory of her life was changed after finally feeling like she had the proper tools to make a significant impact on the lives of others. After moving to San Francisco in 2014, she became a Holistic Health Coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Most recently, she completed a Yin Yoga and Meditation training led by Tiffany Cruikshank in Cadiz, Spain.
Colette is a Shiatsu practitioner and yoga instructor based in the Bay Area, where she is currently earning a Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. Colette has been a student of yoga for over ten years and a teacher for five. In 2015, she lived and traveled in India for nine months studying the wisdom traditions of yoga-asana, meditation, and bhakti. Her primary teachers are Scott Blossom, Jonny Nobleza, Eileen Muir, and Nini Melvin.
from United States, June 2018
Desert setting was awe inspiring.
from United States, March 2018
"Perfect in every way!"
It gave me an opportunity to share quality time with my daughter and grand daughter. And they felt so accepted by the rest of the group. It was a wonderful group of people. And the instructor was perfect in the way that he related to everyone.
from United States, November 2017
Location is amazing, glamping facilities were top notch and yoga on the deck outside was divine. Programming was loose enough that there was time to do things on my own. Shannon, the local rep, was very helpful prior to the retreat and on the ground in Moab.
from United States, October 2017
Kimber’s amazing wisdom and guidance
Food was incredible - locally sourced and delicious
Venue was great - on site massage was divine
from United States, August 2017
This retreat far exceeded my expectations. The place and accommodations were beautiful. The food was off the charts delicious and creative and beautiful. The Yoga was a nice combination of earth philosophy and movement. The men and women who participated were varied and interesting and friendly.