It’s not by accident that some of us refer to Sedona as “Yoga Heaven” both indoors and out. Still, a little orientation is worthwhile since instructors and retreats come and go. Yes, Sedona’s transient population can make it tough to find people and studios that endure. Here are some local providers for visitors staying in Uptown or on Sedona’s west side.
Perhaps one of the area’s greatest highlights is the chance to do yoga outside in Red Rock Country. Spectacular scenery that’s easily accessible and pleasant temperatures make this a great place to get your yoga groove on. The challenge is to find a place that’s flat, and not crowded.
In this regard Sedona Private Guides’ new Vortex Yoga Hike is just the ticket. These private outings are guided by the dynamic Nathan Gangadean. Both the walk and the yoga are perfectly personalized, making this a real treat for you. Nathan is a talented instructor, and a friendly, knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide who is known for making yoga fun for any level of ability. (Full disclosure: We know and like Nathan.) https://www.SedonaPrivateGuides.com (928-204-2201)
Second, a new studio is opening on the west side of town. Priya, which means beloved or loved one, is expected to open across from the famous Oak Creek Brewery, on
We like the size and feel of the space at Devi Yoga, with more of an Ashtanga Yoga focus, it’s a pleasant space located on