Join Kristina Sandi for The Art of Letting Go.
A 4-day Yoga Retreat and Nature Immersion focused on relaxation and cultivating well-being. Learn tools for letting go of stress, fears, and insecurities. Explore the depths of the mind while embracing the pristine wilderness of the Appalachian Mountains. Leave feeling empowered to use yogic practices to enhance everyday life
Yoga Retreat & Nature Immersion
Participants will have the Opportunity to Experience:
-Daily (outdoor) morning meditations
-Daily movement practices
-Guided and self guided hikes through the local trails
-Crafts, Writing Workshops
-Fresh, homemade meals
-Community building around a campfire
ALL-INCLUSIVE REGISTRATION $500
Includes: Lodging (double occupancy) in our lodge, all meals, and all sessions.
*You can have this experience for cheaper by choosing options a-la-carte. See our registration page for more details*
About Kristina Sandi
After completing her undergraduate degree in Anthropology and Sociology at West Virginia University, Kristina packed up her car and drove to Utah on a whim, never expecting to spend more than a few months away from the place she considered home. Though she never stopped drawing inspiration from the diverse ecosystem and rich cultural heritage of the Appalachian Mountains, her passion for outdoor recreation and yoga began to thrive in the landscape of the West. In Salt Lake City, Kristina was lucky enough to connect with esteemed yoga veteran Dana Baptiste and went on to pursue an education in Yoga Therapy at Dana’s Inbody Academy.
Kristina has found that overtime, yoga has strengthened not only her body, but her ability to fully show up for her own life, and to remain resilient in a beautiful world that is relentlessly unpredictable. Her intention as a teacher is to foster this strength in others; to empower connected individuals that do powerful work to better their communities, landscapes and the world at large. After years of offering her unique style of yoga in Utah, Kristina is eager to bring her teachings back to the land she loves the most – West Virginia.
Though she teaches many styles, Kristina’s offerings are all approached from a therapeutic perspective in exploration of yoga's inherent and unlimited capacity to heal. She seeks to equip her students with tools they can use to enhance all aspects of their lives, by incorporating combinations of breath, meditation and asana to strengthen body, mind and spirit. Kristina has completed over 1000 hour of yoga teacher certification and is currently working toward certification as a Professional Yoga Therapist through The International Association of Yoga Therapists.