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5 US Yoga Retreats to Explore the Outdoors This Summer

April 12, 2016

The spring and summer are the perfect times of year to dig your feet into the sand, dirt, and grass and connect to all that lies around you.

It’s helpful to leave yourself the time and space to surround yourself with the sounds, smells, and taste of the weekend with a loving community that surrounds you.

This season we are offering a multitude of retreats to help you connect with Mother Earth and experience her radiance and power in the United States. From glamping under the stars in Big Sur to exploring the geysers of Yellowstone with Free People there’s sure to be something for you to embrace your sense of adventure.

5 US Yoga Retreats to Explore the Outdoors This Summer

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1. Red Rocks Glamping Yoga Retreat in Moab, Utah | May 18–22, 2016

Join Jason Bowman and Kerri Kelly for the adventure of a lifetime in Moab, Utah. Wake up each day to an orange sunset and energizing yoga practice before enjoying a delicious breakfast and setting out on an adventure to hike, bike, trail run, raft, rock climb and more. After a healthy dose of inner and outer exploration, we’ll come together for a restorative yoga practice, gourmet camping cookout, and plenty of stargazing.

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IMG_96922. Big Sur Yoga Retreat in California | June 3–5, 2016 

Join us on the edge of the California Coast as we immerse ourselves in epic beauty and sink into the transformative offerings of our teachers for a weekend celebrating the real, raw and inspiring. We will practice yoga daily, explore the local trails and beachfront waterfall, relax around the campfire and fill ourselves with fresh forest air and delicious meals.

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Copy of 8c1200_9da475e552654102bf8da9ee2d988c9f3. California’s Love Your Body Yoga Retreat at the Lotus Feed | July 1–3, 2016

Join yoga teacher Kimber Simpkins for three days of learning how to become your body’s best friend. Starting wherever you are, you can end the struggle and find a lasting peace with your body. Women of all shapes, sizes, and backgrounds are invited to take this vital step in deepening their relationship with themselves. Enjoy plenty of yoga, hot tub, and pool time as well!

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4. FP Escapes Yellowstone Yoga Retreat | June 17–20, 2016

Join us along with Free People and yoga teacher Crystal Dawn Froberg for a weekend celebrating nature in a place where her power reins supreme. Each day on this retreat will be memorable as we awaken our inner intution. Together will we hike through Yellowstone National Park, learn how to use minerals in our diet and for natural beauty, and explore the healing power of crystals.

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Copy of 8c1200_d0f30d22a49e48379efa5547e9a758da5. Summer Farm to Table Yoga Retreat in Sonoma, California | July 8–10, 2016

Join Baxter Bell and Melina Meza at the Lotus Feed Retreat Center for a yoga and food-filled weekend spent embracing summer. Each day meditate poolside and spend the day meandering through our medicinal herb gardens. In your free time, enjoy a hike, bike ride or cool off with a dip in the fresh water springs.

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Let us know how you plan to connect to Mother Earth this season below.

Living every single day for the mat, Sara is a yoga teacher, a published yoga writer and storyteller, an innovative yoga marketer, a YOGANONYMOUS editor, and a dedicated yoga student.

Sara strives to live from the connection of her head and her heart and encourages her students and clients to do the same by motivating them to step into their full powerful purpose through the transformational magic of yoga.

When not on the mat, you can find this earth sign hiking up a mountain in the beautiful Boulder, Colo., where she’s based or shredding down a ski hill.

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