Max Unlimited people
United States, Joshua Tree National Park
Other activitiesWe welcome you to use this retreat as a center point for any additional exploration or rock climbing that you would like to do on your own. Based on weather and interest, closer to the retreat, we can help set up an optional rock climbing session with a local guide (price will depend on group size). This retreat will begin with Yoga & Opening Circle at 5:00 pm on Friday May 18th, followed by dinner at 7:00 pm. The retreat will close with Morning Yoga & 9:30 am Brunch. Check out is 11:00 am.
What’s included2 Nights Camping Under the Stars, Daily Yoga with Jason Bowman, Hiking & Adventure, Magical Landscape, Community & Friends, Yogascapes Guest Support
What’s not includedAirfare, Airport transfers, Camping gear, Travel insurance, All services not listed above
Meeting pointJoshua Tree National Park
Airport transfersTransportation is not included
Jason is a writer and yoga teacher in San Francisco. His practice and teaching have been greatly influenced by Ashtanga Yoga as he’s learned it from Richard Freeman and Maty Ezraty and Vipassana Meditation as he’s learned it from SN Goenka. He has completed several trainings and silent retreats as well as years of practice with all three teachers. The impression they’ve left can be felt in his strong ability to teach the physical practice alongside the philosophical with insight and character. Jason has excelled in teaching teachers and providing continuing education to various yoga communities. He has led several Yoga Alliance Certified teacher trainings as well as regular immersions, workshops, retreats and guest lecture series both at home and around the country. He is well known for his ability to be thorough while maintaining a light-hearted sense of humor. His classes encourage a personal examination of the space between theory and direct experience and his love for the practice shines through in his ability to teach with a concrete yet creative voice. Jason has a keen eye for detail and his classes are consistently fun and challenging while always in tune with the underlying internal inquiry that makes the practice so beautiful.
Period : May 2018