There’s been an RV boom in the United States as travelers seek ways to maintain social distance while still enjoying life on the road. Here’s a little story about our journey and why we may have jumped the gun on #vanlife.… Read More There’s an RV Boom. We Bought In. Was it Worth It?
This 50-minute contemplative yoga class explores the balance between movement and stillness. We’re labeling this as an advanced class because it includes arm balances and transitions from crow pose to headstand. Our peak pose is a half-lotus variation of tripod headstand.… Read More YouTube Yoga Class: Exploring Movement and Stillness
We might equate the practice of isvarapranidhana with ‘let go and let god.’ In truth, the layers of meaning here have limitless depth. We explore isvarapranidhana in body, speech and mind with the following 60 minute yoga flow.… Read More YouTube Yoga Class: Meditation & Movement on Isvarapranidhana
We’re back with a 60-minute heart opening yoga flow. This intermediate-level class builds to setu bandha sarvangasana, or bridge pose. We’ll play with three variations for three levels of opening.… Read More YouTube Yoga Class: Three Variations of Bridge Pose
Join us for an athletic 60-minute online yoga class for intermediate to advanced practitioners. This classic rock yoga flow is all about the music!… Read More YouTube Yoga Class: Classic Rock Yoga Flow
Here at Baja Surf Yoga, we’ve been taking retreat groups to Todos Santos since 2016. We love this town as an intro-to-Mexico destination because it’s perfectly charming, easy to navigate, and offers new travelers a healthy mix of the familiar and unfamiliar.
After years of responding to requests for Todos Santos travel advice, surf and yoga advice, we’ve finally gotten smart and incorporated all our favorite haunts into this here blog. May it be of benefit to you in your travels.… Read More The Baja Surf Yoga Travel Guide for Todos Santos
While there’s a range of surf ability, even the world’s best pro surfers still want to get better. There’s no “can and cannot.” If you want to try surfing, if it seems fun and bliss-inducing and adventurous to you – do it! As a beginner, you can enjoy a surf and yoga retreat. … Read More Yes, You can Suck at Surfing and Still Enjoy a Retreat
Lots of people like the idea of traveling and staying fit and healthy while doing so. Lots of people like the idea of a group vacation to a gorgeous destination where activities and meals are provided. Lots of people ask us if they can come on a retreat, even if they’re “not that good at yoga.”
Short answer? YES. Long answer? Keep reading…… Read More Yes, You Can Suck at Yoga and Still Enjoy a Retreat
“We loved the unknown. We loved that part of climbing which you have to overcome with what’s inside of you. And that’s what makes it an adventure – the combination of the unknown and the risk.” – Royal Robbins via NPR interview Royal Robbins, famed pioneer in the world of climbing, passed in March of… Read More Adventure Travel: Worth the Risk
Researchers from The Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai, the University of California, San Francisco and Harvard Medical School studied the stress-reducing effects of a resort vacation, compared to the effects of that same vacation with meditation added. The results show that while both are beneficial, a meditation retreat can offer longer-lasting peace than… Read More The Benefits of Meditation while on Vacation