In one of the country’s most breathtaking environments, Breathe into Winter focuses on combining both yoga and adventure, enabling you to truly detach from the stresses of your everyday life. Let our amazing group of yoga instructors and hosts inspire and energize you to find a new perspective both on and off the mat.
DANCING SPIRIT RANCH
Let the serenity of winter surround you as you immerse yourself into all things snow! From downhill skiing on Whitefish Mountain Resort to snowshoeing near Glacier National Park to dogsledding in backcountry woods, this winter yoga retreat offers much more than just yoga!
Join YogaKoh & Dancing Spirit Ranch for a 5-night/6-day retreat in the Rocky Mountains of Northwest Montana. Each day will start with an invigorating yoga practice led by internationally-known Jolie Manza. The morning sessions are designed to get your heart pumping, breath moving, and mind clear, as well as preparing the body for the activities of the day ahead! Enjoy fun, sweaty Vinyasa Flows where we will cover a range of different asanas (postures), discovering new levels of strength and flexibility, imprinting the importance of breath and exploring the how’s and why’s of more complex shapes.
From labyrinth walks to gong baths, the hidden treasures of Dancing Spirit Ranch will make this retreat unlike any other. The ranch has a variety of buildings that create a unique Western Village, perfect to house your snowy escape. From morning classes in the School House, to nourishing meals in the Barn, every corner of the ranch has something memorable to offer. There are a variety of room types to cozy up in, all adorned with antique furniture and Pendleton blankets to create the perfect rustic touch for your Montana experience. During your free time, you can find yourself snowshoeing to sacred stone sites, playing board games by the fire, or getting a massage in the treatment room.
This unique, stable-like Bunkhouse has seven bedrooms, four bathrooms and three lounge areas surrounding the central hall with its clerestory ceiling. Each bedroom has a large window-wall faced with weathered barnwood and hand-plastered walls elsewhere. The rooms are outfitted with a choice of queen, twin or bunkbeds and covered with organic cotton sheets and thick Pendleton blankets. The shared bathrooms offer showers or a relaxing tub to soak away the day’s exertions. The sitting lounges provide a choice of places for conversation or reading in easy chairs, loveseats and couches. The bunkhouse is just steps away from the dining and recreation facilities.