Yoga Retreats

Personal retreats with optional yoga, meditation, art classes, and more… so you can customize your experience to feel the most nourished.  


and unplug; connect with nature in a serene, diverse mountain environment.


with heartfelt yoga, guided meditation, and wholesome vegetarian meals.


with a variety of activities; Sacred Art, miles of hiking trails, and more.

Summer retreats starting at $100 per night!


Yoga Retreats at Shoshoni can be personalized and unique for each individual. The daily schedule of meditation, yoga, meals, art, and seva is entirely optional, so you can experience Shoshoni, its amenities, and the surrounding forests in the way that feels most nourishing. 


June 21-23, June 28-30, July 12-14, July 19-21, August 9-11, August 16-18, September 13-15. Two-night minimum required.


Yoga Retreats at Shoshoni take place on almost 250 acres of forest in the Rocky Mountains. There are three temples, yoga rooms, indoor and outdoor spaces for quiet contemplation, hiking trails, hot tub, sauna, and more.

How much?

The cost of a Yoga Retreat is just the cost of your accommodations; we have a wide variety of options to suit your needs! Price of accommodations includes all classes, meals, and amenities; there are no extra fees unless you choose a shuttle ride from Nederland or the gluten-free, dairy-fee, or vegan meal option on your reservation form.


Weekend Yoga Retreat Schedule:


3:00pm Check-in

4:00pm Hatha Yoga

5:00pm Dinner

6:30pm Evening Meditation


6:00am Shiva Puja and Yajna (Fire Temple)

6:00am Guru Gita Chant (Main Temple)

7:00am Silent Meditation (Main Temple)

7:30am Breakfast

8:45-9:45am Art

10:30am Hatha Yoga

12:00pm Lunch

1:00-2:00pm Seva 

5:00pm Dinner

6:30pm Evening Meditation


6:00am Medicine Buddha Mantra (Main Temple)

7:00am Silent Meditation (Main Temple)

7:30am Breakfast

8:45-9:45am Art

10:30am Hatha Yoga

12:00pm Lunch

1:00pm Check-out


*schedule subject to change

Learn More About the Daily Schedule

The ashram retreat schedule is fully optional, with seva strongly encouraged from 1-2pm. Participate as much or as little as you’d like for a customizable experience.

Meditation classes – Evening classes offer a variety of approaches to meditation in the ShambhavAnanda Yoga tradition, including guided meditation techniques, kirtan and arati, mantra repetition, and more. In the morning, choose between the beautiful hour-long Guru Gita Chant and guided meditation in the Main Temple, or the powerful Vedic Yajna Ceremony in the Fire Temple.

Yoga classes – Hatha Yoga in the ShambhavAnada Yoga tradition is more than physical exercises; it is part of a comprehensive system that can lead to the experience of the innate perfection within each of us. ShambhavAnanda Yoga Asana begins with a strong foundation in body awareness and alignment, then moves deeper, allowing you to explore your own personal experience of yoga through inner focus and surrender. Creative hatha and vinyasa approaches make this practice available for beginner through advanced level practitioners. Includes instruction in pranayama and meditation.

Vegetarian meals – Our kitchen happily accommodates gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan diets; that’s the benefit of serving delicious food that is made fresh daily with organic ingredients and Shoshoni garden produce.

Art Class – Art classes are a fun way to connect to fellow guests and channel your creativity with easy, accessible, take-home projects. Classes are overseen by a resident artist and staff member.

Free Time –  Take advantage of Shoshoni’s many amenities. Hike miles of on-property trails, relax in a hammock, soak in the hot tub, or sweat it out in the sauna. Enjoy access to art supplies and simple art projects.

Seva – Also known as karma yoga, seva is a core practice in the ShambhavAnanda Yoga tradition. Also known as selfless service, seva is yoga-in-action as you work to be present with a particular task at hand. It is a priceless skill for a fulfilling life, because it teaches practitioners how to work with a sense of open-heartedness and shared purpose in support of community. Seva will be based on the daily needs of Shoshoni rather than personal preference and could include, but is not limited to:

    • Helping with clean-up after at least one meal per day (washing dishes, sweeping the dining room, wiping down tables)
    • Cleaning common spaces and bathrooms (toilets, showers, floors and surfaces)
    • Outdoor work (raking, painting, stocking wood, minor maintenance)
    • Laundry (washing and folding sheets and towels)
    • Working in the gardens (weeding, harvesting)
    • Meal prep (washing and chopping veggies)
    • Freshening your own accommodations prior to check-out (stripping beds, taking linens and towels to laundry, taking out trash and recycling)
This is a very special place set among a most beautiful landscape. The hiking trails are well marked, the dorm was clean and well stocked with toiletries. The staff were friendly and helpful. I thoroughly enjoyed the yoga classes and the fire ceremonies. There are hammocks and kayaks by the lake for guests to use, a beautiful shrine, temples, an art cabin, a sunroom with stocked bookshelves… everything one might need to slow their mind and connect with their heart. I came here seeking peace, and I found it.