Posted June 15th, 2016 at 8:46 amNo Comments Yet
TORONTO, ON. and TOFINO, BC., (June 15, 2016) – In 2014, the United Nations General Assembly declared June 21st as the International Day of Yoga to bring the world together in a 5,000-year-old physical, mental and spiritual practice. Since its inception, millions across the globe have united on the Summer Solstice to get their Om on. Nowhere else on the planet is yoga taken to a more elevated level of solitude than at Clayoquot Wilderness Resort on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
Clayoquot Wilderness Resort, a luxury tented resort outpost, located in the UNESCO-designated Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Reserve Area provides three breathtaking options for guests seeking the ultimate yoga retreat, on Tuesday June 21 and every day during its five-month, May through September season. During each extraordinary experience, guests travel by helicopter to remote nature and serenity to find sacred solitude, including above the clouds to the 4,500-foot Ursus mountain top, on a private island beach, alongside whales and marine life or in an old-growth forest so ancient, the land vibrates with the healing energy of the ages.
Guests are assigned their private vinyasa (flow yoga) instructor and served a locally-sourced five-star spa lunch or wine-paired dinner, complete white linen service in the splendor of each setting.
Four-hour half-day morning or evening sun excursions allow for more than just yoga and include time to explore, take photos, wildlife watch, and dine. Rates start at $775 per person CAD half-day, $1,550 per person full-day, minimum three persons.