Yoga Hikes last 2-3 hours (excluding drive time),
cost $59 (6 or more) $69 (2-5) per person and include:
• 2-3 mile safe, guided hike
• Waterfall or mountain view
• Short, guided meditation (inclusive of beginners)
• 60 minute yoga class (inclusive of beginners)
• FREE Outdoor yoga mats to borrow
• FREE pictures that will be shared afterwards
• Trees donated on your behalf to onetreeplanted.org
Contact Us if you want to plan a private yoga hike for March - November 2019. Private yoga hikes cost $63 (6 or more) - $75 (2-5) per person. This is great experience for retreats, birthdays, bachelorette parties, girls weekend getaways, weddings, honeymoons, corporate events and other special occasions!
Check out our blog for fresh, new content every Friday about Asheville, yoga, nature, mindfulness, meditation and wellness!
Direct links to a few of our most popular posts:
"Came to Asheville on a girls trip and this was my most favorite and memorable experience of the weekend! ... sparked a new love in me for practicing yoga in nature." - Nichole R.
“We booked a hike and a yoga session for my best friend's bachelorette weekend… I am *not* an outdoorsy person. I was scared to trek through the woods and do yoga in front of my more experienced friends. All of this melted away shortly after beginning the hike and I felt revitalized and my mind was clearer.” - Ashley L.
"…You will probably learn some cool facts on the way!" - Cheri B.
"It was awesome that Miranda took photos and sent them to us. It let me be in the moment and not connected to my phone or camera. Yoga in the woods was great. It wasn’t super hard or too easy." - Annette M.
"It was a uniquely Asheville experience... It's great for beginners or experienced Yogis alike." - Carol M.
"... This, being my first time to Asheville, my nerves were a bit shaky! ... Not once did I feel any pressure, anxiety, discomfort or uneasiness throughout the entire hike. It was an ABSOLUTE BLAST!" - Nicole G.
"...it was exactly what we needed, a break from our hectic lives and a reminder to feed ourselves spiritually and mentally..." - Elizabeth T.