Yoga and Whitewater Adventure on the Middle Fork of the Salmon
Join Jenny and Sami, avid outdoors women and passionate yoga teachers on a six day yoga and whitewater adventure on the wildly pristine Middle Fork of the Salmon River!
Explore the beauty of the Earth and how deeply we are connected to ourselves, each other and the planet. Well seasoned yogis and those brand new to the practice will enjoy this retreat. A variety of yogic practices will be shared including creative asana, breath work, meditation, and nidra.
The trip includes 2-3 yoga practices daily, three gourmet meals daily, two drinks a day (beer or wine), wild white water rafting, hot springs, hikes, opportunities to kayak and fun connection activities. Evenings we will gather around the campfire and connect. Sign up here!
A highlight will be a heart opening cacao ceremony and a dress up dance party.
Take this time to be wild and free in the Frank Church wilderness on the Yoga and Whitewater Adventure. It will be life changing!
Please contact Jenny at 208.410.1238 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sami Ruggles, RYT 200, is a seeker. She is always looking for meaning, symbols, and secrets hidden in the natural world around her. She knew that it was possible to live an authentically, happy life but she never knew the profound impact that yoga would make on one’s ability to do so.
Her first yoga class took place 9 years ago, and she’s never looked back. Under the guidance of skillful teachers and the lens of her own devoted curiosity to the art of yoga her practice has evolved and unfolded. She teaches powerful yoga experiences and is a firm believer that yoga can give everyone the power to be the most authentic version of themselves.
Jenny Greenough Hanson, ERYT 500, is passionate about yoga, connection and authenticity. She believes yoga is the best tool to create these both individually and as a collective. She is convinced if anything can save the hearts and minds of people and the planet, it’s yoga. It brings her great joy to share it. She is grateful to be a part of the global yoga community whether teaching in a studio or on retreat in some beautiful corner of the world. Always curious and astonished at the journey of yoga she hopes to share and study it as a lifetime pursuit. She is trained in vinyasa, yin, restorative, nidra, and Buti yoga. Retreats are her great joy to share.
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