3 Yoga and Wellness Retreats in Sonoma County
Immerse yourself in a Sonoma County-style wellness retreat, with experiences ranging from archery to zumba in the comfort of a beautiful vacation home or resort, surrounded by friends, co-workers, or even just alone.
Whether you want to learn more about Ayurveda, receive a Reiki treatment, or enjoy a workout in nature designed by a triathlete, you will be in good hands with these wellness professionals.
This awesome crew offers archery, acupuncture, massage, yoga, and more. They’ll help you design your dream retreat, teach yoga for a party or lead you through a wellness adventure in your choice of beautiful Sonoma County nature spots. With a background in Ayurveda, Karma Tales founder Hannah Gart is gaining a reputation for providing amazing retreats with her team of wellness professionals. Call: 707-495-2855.
Massage, yoga, and Reiki are just a few of the services offered by Body Flows. Owner Sally Mitchell offers private bodywork and also designs custom wellness retreats that can include anything from trail running, meditation, and yoga to wine tasting. She works with retreat properties all over Northern California.
Body Flows is offering a winter solstice retreat Dec. 19-21 at Wildwood Retreat Center in Guerneville. It includes yoga, dark chocolate super food, warm mulled wine, hiking, and more. Sonoma County-based retreats are also planned for the spring and summer of 2015. For more information, call 917-913-1144.
Women’s Quest Retreats
Offering “adventures for the mind, body and spirit,” Women’s Quest designs retreats in Sonoma County featuring cycling, yoga, horseback riding, ropes courses, and more.
Owner Colleen Cannon was an award-winning triathlete before she started Women’s Quest and she brings her experience as an athlete to her work as a facilitator for women’s retreats. Colleen has a passion for “liberating and empowering women through movement and balance,” as well as helping them discover their "hearts' desire."
Women’s Quest is offering a women’s cycling and yoga adventure retreat. This retreat will feature yoga twice a day, journaling, meditation, hot springs and massage, as well as the opportunity to experience Sonoma’s famous wineries and culinary destinations. For more information, call 303-545-9295.