Post sponsored by Balu Yoga & Wellness
Two experienced yoga teachers and river guides are offering a unique experience, one that has not yet been offered before.
The Yukon offers a vastness that instils a deep need to discover ones inner strength. You will embark on a remarkable experience requiring tremendous inner skill.
“We will teach you the techniques that will allow you the opportunity to navigate both the river and your inner experience. Expect the unexpected on this journey, and know that it will leave you with a powerful experience and memories that will not be forgotten,” Bovon said.
“We will teach you the techniques that will allow you the opportunity to navigate both the river and your inner experience. Expect the unexpected on this journey, and know that it will leave you with a powerful experience and memories that will not be forgotten.” — Yoga & River instructor Noelle Bovon
“The vastness of the northern landscape has made such an impression on me that it calls me back year after year. We chose The Hyland River — a less known river — to really experience the remoteness of the north,” Harvie said. “I have traveled the corridor three times in the past and each time the river showed me new aspects of myself, itself and its canyons. We were also treated to the wolves howling at night!”
There are beautiful long stretches of calm moving water that allow for reflection and stretches of whitewater that will bring the group together to skilfully move downstream.
This trip is designed for the adventurous spirit. It will bring you into broader experiences both physically and emotionally while exploring the wild country of the Yukon.
The expedition will cover 220 kilometres on the Hyland River.
Interested? The maximum number of participants on the trip will be 10 people, plus Sarah and Noelle.
This expedition will include eight full days on the river in canoes, paddling up to class 2—3 whitewater. No skill required, skills & techniques will be taught to those who require. Yoga will include asana, meditation & nidra.
An abundance of exploring will require delicious meals!
Noelle Bovon and Sarah Harvie have a combined 20-plus years river experience, and both have extensive experience paddling in the Yukon.
Both are 500-hour certified yoga teachers. Noelle is a yoga teacher & owns Balu Yoga & Wellness yoga studio in Revelstoke, B.C.
Sarah has a CranioSacral Practice and teaches yoga in Canmore, Alberta.
Yukon River & Yoga, Explore the Frontier of the Inner & Outer Landscapes
Aug. 7—16. $2,500
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