Experience Iceland’s most iconic sights hiking to hot springs, walking in mossy fields, following rivers to see where they take us, climbing glaciers etc. on this eight day retreat that combines yoga with an Icelandic adventure.
After arriving in Keflavik you'll head straight to the Blue Lagoon, and then return to Reykjavik for three nights to soak in the magic of this unique city. You’ll practice yoga at the local studio, eat delicious food, take day trips and explore the abundant music and night life. You'll have plenty of time to explore on your own and do any optional excursions you'd like.
From Reykjavik you'll head to the Snaefellsness peninsula, where you'll hike the magical mossy coastline and revel in the place sought out for its mystical nature and healing power.
- 7 nights/8 days accommodation
- visit to the Blue Lagoon
- 2-3 delicious Icelandic meals per day
- visit to Myvatn Hot Springs
- daily yoga classes
- airport pickup and drop-off
- flight from Rekjavik to Akureryi
Crystal Dawn Froberg
Having completed her 200hr Yoga Teacher Training at the blissful Laughing Lotus in San Francisco, and further studying advanced trainings under Elena Brower in NYC, Crystal Dawn Froberg offers yoga that holds space for real healing, a place to tune into the rhythm of one’s own heart, to deeply nurture your beautiful body and help amplify your capacity to love and be loved. Crystal is also a certified vegan chef and baker. She invites you to bring magic back into everyday life, to live out your wildest dreams, and to embrace the simple beauty of each moment.
You'll spend your first three nights at the Icelandair Marina Hotel, located by the port with easy access to bustling central Reykjavik. You'll also enjoy the hotel's convenient fitness center, happy hour, movie nights with Icelandic movies, and in-house bar and restaurant.
Then you'll head to the magical Fosshotel Hellner, just near Kirkjufell mountain. The hotel is located right beneath Snæfellsjökull Glacier, which is said to be one of the seven great energy centers of the earth.