Join Sara and Matt on this inspiring three-day Northern California Yoga Retreat. Located where the Pacific Coast meets the Anderson Valley, you’ll be in the perfect place for restoration and exploration in nature.
Start and end each day with an invigorating, grounding and deep Vinyasa flow. During your free time, you can hike, enjoy a swim in the pool, read, visit a winery, take a nap or swim in the river, get a healing treatment, or wander through redwoods and bask in the powerful beauty of mother nature. This potent weekend of yoga, nature, nourishing food and company is bound to leave you feeling clear-headed, centered, and rejuvenated.
- 2 nights accommodation
- 1-2 daily yoga classes
- delicious meals
- nearby Redwoods and wineries
Sara Hess & Matt Champoux
Sara has been a student of yoga since 2000 and has 500+ hours of training (ERYT-500). Based in San Francisco and Marin, Sara leads fun, strong, and intelligent Vinyasa flow classes. She draws from her background as a former ballet and modern dancer to create intelligently sequenced classes that gracefully synchronize breath, posture, and alignment.
Matt Champoux has been a student of yoga since 2000 and is an internationally recognized teacher with 500+ hours of training (ERYT-500). Based in San Francisco, he directs a Mysore-style Ashtanga program at The Mindful Body and teaches Vinyasa at Yoga Tree and YogaWorks. He is a student of both Hindu and Buddhist yoga philosophy and the shamanic traditions of Amazonia. He often uses props to ensure students' sustainable growth into the best practitioners possible.
The Land was first developed in 1908, when it was used lodging resort that continued to operate through the 40s and 50s. It was then bought around 1957 and converted to El Rancho Navarro, a long-beloved children’s camp and modern-day resort.
Historic, 300-year old trees dot the property, with the renowned Redwood Grove in Hendy Woods State Park accessible by forest road. There are many nearby swimming holes and river walks, and the miles of forested trails are great for hiking and exploring.