What To Pack For A Yoga Retreat

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This is an exciting week for us! Yesterday we debuted our second short film, Roshambo: Rock, and this weekend several Free People girls are heading to Napa Valley for BottleRock music festival. I am also heading to California, but for a different reason – I will be attending a three day yoga retreat at Sagrada Wellness in San Luis Obispo. I have practiced yoga regularly before but I’ve never done a retreat and I couldn’t be more excited. In addition to yoga, the retreat also includes hiking, healthy meals and plenty of time for meditation and self reflection. I will be keeping a daily journal that I will share here on the blog upon my return!  I’ll be documenting the entire experience, from what I’m wearing and listening to, to what I eat. For now, take a look at what I’m packing for the retreat!

Above: FP Movement Printed Yoga Mat, Criss Cross Sports Bra, Printed Yoga Shorts, Elastic Hair Ties.

what to pack for a yoga retreat

Jersey Foldover Leggings, Printed Yoga Crop Top, We The Free Surfer Football Tee, Acid Wash Baseball Hat.

what to pack for a yoga retreat

Gold Feather Wishing Bottle, Tassel Printed Scarf, Automatic Necklace, Deep Dyed Sandal, Y Back Seamless Cami, Jersey Foldover Leggings.

what to pack for a yoga retreat

Some additional items I’ll be bringing: The Downtown Leather Backpack, Retro Classic Runner, Side Printed Legging, and that small jar below the sneakers? That is Tiger Balm – one of my essential remedies for sore muscles!

what to pack for a yoga retreat

The last thing I’ll be throwing in my suitcase is the Embroidered Gauze Top – a perfect little lightweight nightie.

I’m a little bit nervous about my first yoga retreat! Any advice you guys might have is more than welcome :).

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Tori -May 7, 2013, 11:07AM

I’m a yoga practitioner and yoga instructor but have never been to a retreat either. I’ve heard that practicing patience and keeping an open mind throughout the trip is important, especially on the way there as things might not go as smoothly as the retreat itself. You don’t want to show up completely frazzled, but then again that’s what yoga is for! Have a great time!
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Meg -May 7, 2013, 12:32PM

Sounds so relaxing.
I would love a yoga retreat right about now!

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Jillian -May 7, 2013, 9:01PM

Good Luck! I hear retreats are amazing, I just say to enjoy yourself!

india Reinartz -May 10, 2013, 2:01PM

Don’t forget your swim suit for our Surf and Yoga Fusion Retreats in the beautiful Nicaragua!

Denver Yoga Studios -June 7, 2013, 2:24AM

The best place to start your search for a yoga retreat is with your yoga studio. There could even be some great packages available. Often times the studio will negotiate for a group booking, which could be a big saving and you will be with others you know. The other option is the Internet. If you do a search online for yoga retreats in the USA, yoga retreats in Costa Rica, find a yoga retreat in Connecticut or wherever you happen to live then you can investigate what is available and what is provided during the retreat.

Ananda In The Himalayas -June 14, 2013, 3:05AM

Feel the dynamic relationship between the inner and outer positive and primal energies to get away from stress of modern life and the best wellness experience. Detoxify your body and get rid of stress of your mind and revitalize soul within the serenity of natural panorama and power of Yoga.

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