Daily yoga practice in the global heartland of geothermal energy, meditation, hot spring soaks, glacier hikes and northern lights serve as the backdrop for this inspiring journey of inner and outer exploration. You’ll get a diverse overview of this magical land as we travel to three different hotels in three different locations, starting in the far southern tip to explore glaciers & Icebergs, we’ll move to a new hotel in the cultural center of Reykjavik and close at a luxurious adventure retreat in the heart of geothermal activity. Plenty of free time and optional trips make this escape customizable to all levels and interests.
• 8 nights accommodation
• Blue Lagoon visit
• Healing Hot Spring Visits + Hikes
• Daily Yoga Classes
• Yoga Soundscape experience
• Glacier Hike
• Exploring Reykjavik
• Optional spa treatments, biking, whale watching, cave tours, etc.
“This Iceland trip in a nutshell: Double rainbows and hot springs everywhere, amazing people, one of the best yoga instructors I have ever encountered (Aarona rocks!), great lodging, daily active adventures, and just a damn good time. I went with a friend but would have been comfortable going solo. I would definitely recommend going – one of the best trips of my life!” – Kara Allen
“By the end of the first yoga session, I felt incredible. My hands were hot, tingling with a reinvigorated circulation, and I couldn’t feel any tension in any part of my body; everything hung loose. The calming effects of the yoga were heightened due to an earlier visit to the Blue Lagoon.” – Sophie Rabehmed
WHO IS THIS TRIP FOR?
This trip is designed for people with all levels of yoga and adventure experience. Men, women, couples, best friends, old friends and soon to be new friends. Our goal is to connect as deeply as possible to nature and to the cultural core of this beautiful place. How often do you get to go to Iceland with a group of people that are passionate about such similar things?!
This means we’ll be outside as much as possible, hiking to hot springs, walking in mossy lava fields, following rivers to see where they take us, climbing glaciers etc. Nothing we do is mandatory but everything we have planned is irresistible.
This is not a “luxury yoga retreat” by any means, that’s not why we go to Iceland, but don’t be surprised if you fall in love with all of the charming and gorgeous places we stay, or the healthy food we work hard to find.