Iceland Yoga Retreat
YOUR PAYMENT OPTIONS:
1. Pay in full online now!
2. Make a deposit now pay the remainder by check (no processing fee on remainder Due by July 15th)
3. Make a deposit now pay the rest online later. (full payments due July 15th)
ICELAND 2013 PRICING
Option 1 Just gettin' by (only 5 spots left at this price): I am just scraping by, but what I really need right now in my life is this yoga retreat and I can only really afford to go at this reduced price.
Triple $2295 , Double/Couple $2445, Single $2895- (triple is typically extra bed in double room)
Option 2 Not too bad/pretty good: I'm doing alright financially, and although I'm not scraping by, this is still a pretty big purchase for me.
Triple $2495, Double/Couple $2645, Single $3095
Option 3 I'm grateful to have done well for myself/I'm killin' it: I'm not a millionaire (or maybe I am) but I'm doing pretty well for myself now and can afford to pay the full price so that others who aren't as fortunate can afford a yoga retreat.
Double/Couple $2845, Single $3295
"Certainly, travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living." Miriam Beard
Our Iceland yoga adventure was featured in National Geographic TravellerFind out why!
A Day in the life of a yoga retreat to Iceland:
"Yesterday we listened. It was one of those days that is marked by such a unique fullness that you no longer need to search for anything. After a morning yoga class and wonderful lunch we hiked along the coast, swam in the North Atlantic on a black stone beach, played in a singing cave and ran down a mountain through lava fields filled with soft moss and as many wild blueberries as we had time for. Time stopped and life started beating by the ripeness of blueberries and the speed of our feet. Our destination was a blurry line of direction and distraction. After a delicious meal and restorative yoga class we were gifted an hour of the most spectacular show I've ever seen, the Northern Lights. We spread out in a hay field and instead of finding cows, quite literrally I began to hear a series of "wows", over and over and over again until the lights died down and it was time for bed." Ben Crosky, Guide, 2012
Hotel Hellnar (View)