Yoga+Meditation || Restorative+Reiki || Hiking+Swimming || Ritual+Ceremony
Come rest in the arms of the Mother in one of the most remote regions of the United States. Going up through the birth canal that is Zion Canyon and re-entering the womb at Boulder Mountain Guest Ranch, we will practice asana on the Earth, drink from and swim in Her healing spring and creek Waters, hold Fire ceremonies under Her blanket of stars at night, and hike to ancient sites while breathing in the freshest of Air during the day. We will eat organic food grown with sustainable practices from the land and add in a daily restorative yoga and meditation practice enhanced with Reiki (Universal Energy) that will expand our awareness and help us to remember, as duality and time drops away, that we are always held in yoga(union) with the Divine Feminine and the All That Is.
Situated on 173 acres and located right off the scenic Hwy 12 (a bucket list all unto itself), Boulder Mountain Guest Ranch is nestled one mile from the illuminated Painted Desert of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, and two miles below the abundant aspen and pine tree forested peaks of Boulder Mountain. It is surrounded by the Dixie National Forest and located in the area known as the Aquarius Plateau which is sandwiched between Capitol Reef National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, with Zion Canyon National Park to the south, and only a few miles from the famous Burr Trail.
We will take advantage of resting in the womb of the Mother by beginning each day with a light breakfast and Morning Sadhana that is complete, full, and never rushed. Based upon the day’s theme, we will enter a deep practice of mudra, mantra, asana, pranayama, and meditation that will connect to an element and energy of the Goddess and help us remember the Divine Feminine within. Afterward, we will have free time to go play and explore in Her vast expanse that is around us. Regrouping in the afternoons for a workshop, hike, or outing will ready us for settling into a well deserved, daily Restorative Yoga and Reiki class. In the evenings, we will maintain our deep connection with the Mother, and each other, during family-style organic dinners that are freshly prepared by the ranch’s very own Sweetwater Kitchen using plants grown and harvested on the land (meat protein is available). Ending each day with a ritual and ceremony will help us to integrate the theme of the day before walking home under the stars and drifting off to sleep in the arms of the Mother.