LUXE Yoga Restore & Reboot

Three Forks, Montana

Restore Your Body & Spirit

After prolonged stress and anxiety, it's easy to forget how your soul feels when it's lighter, happier, and authentically supported. This retreat helps you reclaim the best version of yourself—and experience a lasting heart, body, and mind "reboot."

True peace comes from within, so that's where we focus this weekend of relaxation, restoration, and self-love. From centering with daily yoga (no power flows) to expanding your wellbeing toolkit with Ayurveda, breathwork sessions to mindfulness exercises, you'll recalibrate the tools needed to walk through life calmly and with purpose. Return home having deepened your yoga practice, realigned your body, steadied your mind, sparked your creativity, and experienced the quiet, healing power of nature.

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Double Room (Shared Bath) – $2,095 per person – SOLD OUT
Single Room (Shared Bath) – $2,195 per person – SOLD OUT
Single Suite (Private Bath) – $2,295 per person – 1 LEFT!
Master Suite (Private Bath) – $2,495 per person – 1 LEFT!

Luxe Reboot

  • September 23-26, 2021
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Space to breathe, space to be

Environment has a profound impact on how you feel, which is why this 4-day, 3-night “laid-back luxury” women’s retreat is nestled in the heart of Southwest Montana. Finding yourself again starts with getting lost in The Last Best Place.

You’ll enjoy full-run of the 5,200-acre Grey Cliffs Ranch with its spectacular landscape of grasslands and high mountain peaks. Spend your days practicing restful yoga, engaging in good ‘ole fashioned yogini camaraderie, and exploring how gentle movement, mindfulness, and art can reignite your creative spark.

After three square meals of gourmet delights, and all the Child’s Poses you’ve been craving, settle in for the evening with a dip in the hot tub, a glass of wine, great conversation, and a breathtaking canopy of stars overhead.

On this retreat, you'll enjoy:

Luxury Lodging

Soak up serenity with three nights at the gorgeously quiet Grey Cliffs Ranch.

Daily Yoga Classes

This retreat will have a special focus on restorative and yin yoga. Give yourself permission to let go of power flow for a few days, and reap the benefits of a more gentle practice.

Gourmet Meals & Wines

Gourmet, healthy, local food by our own private chef to restore equilibrium and maintain your energy. We'll enjoy a wine tasting (or 2) as well.

Pottery Workshop

Learn firsthand from the on-site pottery studio’s resident artist Licia, and create your own masterpiece.

Meditation & Journaling

Set your intentions through a series of meditation and journaling exercises.

Bird Watching

Take advantage of unparalleled bird watching, and keep your eyes peeled for bigger game too (elk, black bears, pronghorn and more).

Explore Your Creative Side

Coloring books, sketch pads and art supplies will be on hand for your enjoyment. There will also be a led vision board session, and a happy hour mala making workshop.

Autumn Ayurveda Workshop

We'll do that Zoom thing with Claire Ragozzino, author of Living Ayurveda for a look at your fall diet, movement, and breath practices, and rejuvenating autumn rituals. You'll get a copy of the book and other Ayurvedic treats. Ayurveda, one of the world's oldest holistic (“whole-body”) healing systems, teaches us how to care for our bodies and minds through the many seasons and cycles of life.

  • Every part of this retreat fed my soul -- city life felt far away when walking down ranch paths or doing yoga on the patio, listening to the birds and the quiet. ‎

    Emily, California

  • In Montana, life is simply more peaceful. I recall no worries of the world outside even though I was always outside.

    Dina, California

  • Human beings have been making recognizable art for 30,000 years, and we've been making agriculture for 10,000. Somehow it was more important to the human evolutionary spirit to make superfluous pretty things than it was to figure out how to regularly feed ourselves. It's in us.

    Elizabeth Gilbert, Author

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Grey Cliffs Ranch

At 4,500 feet in elevation, the 5,200-acre Grey Cliffs Ranch is situated on a varied landscape, featuring rolling hills, grasslands, rangelands, and stunning mountain peaks in the backdrop.

Planning Your Trip

Travel is not included within your retreat cost, and you’ll need to rent a car for this retreat (or ask us to be connected with other attendees who are driving). The retreat begins at 5 PM on Thursday and wraps up around noon on Sunday.

Trip FAQs

Wondering about payment schedules, cancellation policies, or what to pack? Check out our frequently asked questions to learn everything you need to know before booking a retreat.