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With a desire to connect deeply to nature we embark on this journey into one of the most amazing national parks in the world. Yellowstone invites us to sleep under the stars, breathe fresh air, move our bodies, embrace the elemental flow of life and grow our community of caring, like minded adventurers.
Welcome to the best way to experience one of the most spectacular places on earth. Daily yoga, meditation, and hikes through the park will serve in grounding, bringing us closer to the earth and awakening our inner intuition. Celebrating the earth elements, we will dive into geological mysteries, uncovering some of Mother Earth’s greatest secrets.
This Yellowstone Yoga Retreat is built for guests who aren’t afraid to immerse themselves in the raw and rustic mountain wilderness. Those in need of grounding and fresh air will most benefit from this trip. Attendees must be fit for moderately to difficult day hikes and daily yoga.
See the venue section below for travel information.
Nomadic from birth being raised by traveling minster, seriously with my older siblings, two cats and a dove, we traveled all over Europe and the US listening to my mother teach (I would say preach but she didn’t, she taught.) It’s funny how “traveling” “sitting” and “listening” have become such a huge part of my adult life. The sitting and listening part took me a long time to come to terms with.
I started my asana practice in 1999. I came from a life of dancing (ballet & contemporary) didn’t know how much I relied on the physical to take care of my emotional state until the day I quit dance. I had no knowledge of where I was storing all my feelings (my life) until then. So when I took my first Ashtanga yoga class I felt completely clear again, it was magic! I felt whole.
After coming back from India, I opened Steadfast and True Yoga in Nashville TN in August 2010. I wanted to create a studio and space that holds tightly to values of right action and less distraction, to create healthy reactions. I wanted to create an extended family. I succeeded. Steadfast is constantly growing and evolving, but it has been and will continue to be an amazing journey for me.
I am very passionate about truth and integrity and ask for that in my yoga classes. I ask the yogi to seek the knowledge of breath and asana before the fluidity and vinyasa. Having said that, I teach very strong alignment based Ashtanga, Vinyasa and Hatha classes. When you come to my class know that you are safe and supported in the journey we take together. It’s important to understand that everything in yoga is attainable although its process that needs to explored.
I ask the students to focus on what their true needs are and let go of wants. That way they (we) can stop being so needy and stop wanting what isn’t ours. “Contentment before bliss, peace is in the middle.” I think I’m funny and love when people laugh at my jokes. I adore and thank the universe daily for my husband Jason and our daughter Sydelle.
Gillian St. Clair
Just minutes from Yellowstone National Park, Under Canvas boasts scenic mountain views from the campground. Accommodations include a range of luxury style tents with a variety of twin and king bed setups. Many additional activities including in-tent spa treatments are available through the venue.
The bathrooms are complete with hot running water, showers, flushing toilets, ceramic sinks and spa products. Each bathroom unit, whether one of our ensuite bathrooms or our luxury bathroom trailer, is an individual unit-once inside you have a private bathroom. If you are staying in one of our Safaris then you’ll be sharing the use of our bathroom facilities, but this is no outhouse!
There are a several options for flying into Yellowstone County. The Bozeman Airport (BZN) is located roughly 90 miles to the north of West Yellowstone. Jackson Hole, Wyoming (JAC) is home to a small airport located 136 miles from West Yellowstone. Airport transfer is not provided, but if needed, we can sync you up with a local shuttle service that costs approximately $50-$60 per person. Car rental is also available at either airport, and is a great option for getting around.
Check-in at Yellowstone Under Canvas is at 3pm on September 1st, so you’ll want to arrive in Bozeman or Jackson Hole no later than 1pm. Checkout on September 4th is at 10am, and it’s suggested to fly out after 2:30pm.
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We offer three payment options based when you sign up! We encourage those that can’t afford the full price option to sign up early for the lowest price. We strive to maintain a balance between offering our programs to the widest range of participants and running a sustainable and thriving company so that we can continue to create and share our experiences with you. Please inquire about payment plans. We can split up your payments however final payments are due at least 45 days prior to the start date of your retreat.
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