Yoga retreats by the sea are great, but there’s something fundamentally spiritual about doing yoga in the mountains. The peaks themselves inspire you to stand tall, stay grounded, and breathe in the fresh high-altitude air. High above your worries, a yoga retreat in Colorado will help you reconnect with yourself and make new friends in the process.
Yoga in the Rocky Mountains (Photo: Kiva Yoga Institute)
Colorado is known for the Rocky Mountains and the people who love spending time hiking, skiing, and cycling them. Kick your healthy lifestyle into gear, get close with nature, and deepen your practice with one of these yoga retreats in Colorado.
From $939/per person
Loveland Community Yoga supports students in exploring their personal practice of yoga. Their yoga retreats offer daily yoga workshops and classes, guided hiking and walking meditation, and two-hour access to mineral hot springs and sauna. You’ll spend a weekend in tranquility and peace, practicing Vinyasa, Restorative, and Nidra yoga. LC Yoga will help you fuel your body for your physical and mental practice, while teaching you to eat mindfully by appreciating the gift of farm-fresh, local, organic food. Guests have the option to stay in a private room or share double, triple, or quadruple occupancy rooms at Sun Mountain Shala in Manitou Springs, CO.
From $999/ per person
Namasté Healing & Meditation retreats in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Colorado offer high altitude transformation and spiritual awareness. Their retreats allow you to enjoy daily yoga practice, morning and evening meditations, and private healing sessions tailored to your needs. You will be served healthy breakfasts and delicious vegetarian lunches to fuel your day. Their immersive retreats have been described as “life-changing” thanks to their emphasis on self-discovery and healing the mind, body, and spirit. Rates include accommodation in a private single room in the sacred Rocky Mountains.
From $475/ per person
Boulder Nutrition was founded by Sue Van Raes, a nutritional therapist whose goal it is to the heal the feminine through food and the mind-body connection. Her Colorado yoga retreat in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains is a popular choice thanks to Sue’s supportive and inspiring energy. Over three days, you will practice yoga, indulge in healthy organic food, and connect with women during workshops in the beautiful Rocky Mountains. The retreat includes daily hatha yoga sessions, inspirational workshops, three seasonal organic meals cooked with love each day, and two nights’ accommodation in a yurt or a lodge. Shared and private rooms are available.
From $1,200/ per person
The Kiva Yoga Institute offers meditation and yoga retreats around the world. Their five-day detox, meditation, and yoga retreat in Colorado incorporates daily Vinyasa yoga class and meditation, sacred plant ceremony, and daily vegan and Ayurvedic meals to help you on your journey towards long-lasting transformation and health. Instructors Krystal and Israel will lead you in Vinyasa and Ashtanga style yoga classes for practitioners of all skill levels. Included in the price is round-trip transportation from Denver International airport and four nights’ accommodation on a ranch in the Mountains of Bailey. The property features an in-house yoga studio and double rooms that can be shared or private. The area offers easy access to hiking trails and you will also visit Staunton State Park with fellow guests.
From $685/ per person
Float and Flow Yoga offers yoga, stand up paddleboard yoga, and events designed to help build confidence and community with nature, yourself, and others. Join Float and Flow founder Mary Stults in Telluride, Colorado, for yoga, hiking, SUP yoga and wine tasting. This five-day yoga (re)treat includes daily Hatha yoga classes, guided meditation, and hikes to waterfalls with a group of inspiring women. Included in the rates are the SUP yoga classes, guided hikes, daily breakfast, as well as accommodation in a community lodge in a shared or private rooms with access to hot tub and pool or a private room in a shared condo.