3 Day Sierra Hot Springs Yoga Retreat

Embrace a short yet rejuvenating experience with this ultimate weekend getaway in the mystical nature of Sierra Hot Springs. Relax and unwind with the healing waters and fresh mountain air as you soak in hot springs, read by a wood fire stove and have an exciting camp out under the stars in this 3 Day Annual Yoga Retreat. Ready your mat and join Christie Pitko for inspiring yoga classes and a couple of days immersed in breath taking nature.

Christie will warm you up each session with meditations and yoga classes that will invite you to deepen your practice and offer a sense of exploration, curiosity, and compassion. Escape your day to day life and refresh in this retreat that offers you a balance between the healing powers of the magical spring waters as well as exciting hiking adventures in the lush natural surroundings. The mix of relaxation and action will leave you feeling both rejuvenated and energised, relaxed and content.

This yoga experience is perfect for all levels, ages, families, friends, couples, and solo travelers. Discover ultimate wellness with the healthiest vegetarian food served by amazing chefs at the Philosophy Cafe.

This wonderful 3 Day Yoga Retreat includes 4 yoga classes, 2 morning guided meditations, 5 nourishing meals, a 24/7 pass to use the hot springs and sauna, and your accommodations in the rustic yet cozy historic lodge of Sierra Hot Springs. 

What is included

  • Excursion
  • WiFi Internet
  • Spa
  • Pool
  • All Meals
  • Air-Con Room
  • Accommodation
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Meditation
  • Steam Room
  • Vegetarian
  • Yoga

Schedule

TIME
ACTIVITY
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
Meditation and Yoga
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Breakfast
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Lunch
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Therapeutic/Slow Flow Yoga
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Dinner
TIME OFF During free times, unwind and take a dip in the invigorating hot springs, hike through the enchanted forest, receive a massage or simply relax with a book in the historic lodge. Be sure to bring your swimsuits, water bottle, comfortable shoes for hiking, flip flops, flashlights, sunscreen and bug sprays to experience all the wonderful activities inside Sierra Hot Springs.

Meet The Facilitators

 
Venue   Sierra Hot Springs

Regarded by Native Americans as a sacred healing place for centuries, the quiet and peaceful Sierra Hot Springs is a non-profit retreat and workshop center located at the cusp of an enchanted forest and a beautiful alpine valley in Sierraville.

Guests will find it truly impossible to resist the overwhelming sense of tranquility as the natural spring water is as smooth as silk, making the pools a true experience. Staying with Sierra Hot Springs gives a unique opportunity for relaxation and rejuvenation with its scenic surroundings that will surely allow the guests to completely enjoy their yoga retreat. 

Hosting popular hot springs resorts for almost 150 years, the pools are open 24 hours a day which will give you a truly unlimited experience. The Temple Dome Area is the main pool area which consists of The Hot Pool (105-110 degrees) which is enclosed in a large geodesic dome, featuring stained glass and skylights, and the large Warm Pool (98-100 degrees) is complemented by a large sundeck and a Dry Sauna. There are also seasonal pools, The Meditation Pool (98-100 degrees) a hot pool ideal for enjoying the star studded skies and the Phoenix Baths (85-90 degrees) which houses the newly renovated spa area.

During winter, nearby cross-country skiing is another attraction, and the location is less than one hour from major Tahoe ski resorts. With over 700 acres bordering National Forest land, biking and hiking possibilities are also abound so guests will surely enjoy their stay.


The quiet and peaceful Sierra Hot Springs is located at 521 Campbell Hot Springs Rd., Sierraville, CA. Guests are given the option to choose between the landmark Globe Hotel, the charming dormitory-style Main Lodge, or they can also opt for camping. They are also free to enjoy all of the facilities during their stay.

To arrive at the Sierraville proper, it is suggested that the guests flying into Reno, Sacramento, San Francisco or Oakland airports and rent a car after. They can also arrive at the area through small airplanes at the Sierraville Dearwater Airport.

Accommodations

Food

Savor mouthwatering vegetarian meals prepared by the talented chefs in the Philosophy Cafe as part of this amazing wellness retreat. The Sierra Hot Springs offers a variety of meal options that will rejuvenate you after a long day hiking or soaking. You may also request for a gluten-free cuisine where needed. Enjoy meals with the group and enjoy all the taste and flavour that this special area is known for. 

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WHY YOU WILL LOVE THIS RETREAT

If you're looking for a short yet amazing yoga holiday, then this 3 Day Sierra Hot Springs Retreat is the perfect weekend getaway for you. Forget the daily grind for a while and give your body and soul a period of bliss and rejuvenation. Spend three magical days in the healing waters and fresh mountain air of the Sierra Hot Springs. Reconnect to yourself and to nature in this magical and enchanted forest and beautiful alpine valley. 

Amiel Lumbang

Yovada Junkie

  California, USA

Sierraville is at the Southern end of the huge Sierra Valley and also at the junction of California State Route 49 and California State Route 89 southwest of Loyalton. It is best known for its incredible natural hot Springs, laid back community and exquisite nature.

California is located on the west coast of North America and offers something for everyone: Southern California is home to such popular attractions as Disneyland, Hollywood and golden beaches, while the northern part of California offers the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, the hills of San Francisco, the vineyards of Napa Valley, Silicon Valley, and the capital, Sacramento. Outside California's major cities one finds some of North America's most rugged national parks, incredible skiing/snowboarding opportunities, and quiet and ancient northern forests.

California's border to the west is made up of a rugged coastline along the Pacific Ocean. The coastal mountains rise up from the ocean and are home to redwood trees in the northern half. The Central Valley bisects California from north-to-south before giving way to the Sierra Nevada mountains, home of Yosemite National Park, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks and other natural wonders.

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