Yoga and Yellowstone

Women’s Yoga & Hiking Retreat in Yellowstone, Montana

At the Intersection of Scenery and Savasana

Let the natural harmony of Yellowstone expand and deepen your yoga practice as we pursue balance beyond the mat and savor and absorb the natural bounty that surrounds us. Yoga and Yellowstone offers the ideal combination of spectacular sights and soul-soothing rejuvenation.


This retreat will be held again in 2020. Watch this space for details, or check out our other retreats here

Cabin Double (Private Bedroom with Shared Bath) – $2,195 (ON HOLD)

Explore the wild. Feed your soul.

Yoga and Yellowstone is a 3-night women’s retreat in the heart of Montana’s Paradise Valley. Enjoy full-run of the B Bar, our own private 9,000-acre ranch and an extension of the Yellowstone National Park ecosystem. Spend your days practicing yoga and exploring the unique, exceptional beauty of one of the nation’s finest national parks.

Stay in rustic-yet-luxurious A-frame cabins with private front porches that seem to beckon you to prop up your boots and enjoy the sights and sounds of Paradise Valley. Each double-occupancy cabin has a living room, ground-floor bedroom, loft bedroom, and a shared bath. Traveling alone? We’re happy to match you with a cabin-mate.

After three square meals of gourmet delights, and all the down dogs and hiking you can handle, 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

Spend three nights in a B Bar Ranch A-frame cabin with your own private bedroom and shared bathroom.

Daily Yoga Classes

Build body and mind self-awareness and openness that prepare you for more powerful connections with the rhythms of nature.

Gourmet Meals & Wines

Enjoy Western gourmet meals prepared by the B Bar's resident chef, including certified-organic ranch-raised Ancient White Park Cattle beef and home-grown heirloom vegetables and herbs. Plus, enjoy fine wines from Yellowstone Cellars & Winery and local beers like Moose Drool (trust us!).

Meditation & Journaling

Set your intentions through a series of meditation and journaling exercises specifically designed for Yellowstone Yoginis.

Wildlife Watching

Take advantage of unparalleled wildlife watching opportunities (e.g. elk, birds, grizzly bears, and more).

Hot Springs

Explore Yellowstone's Mammoth Hot Spring and soak in the Boiling River (weather-permitting) on our own private guided visit.

Group Hikes

Trek with us to the nearby Gallatin Petrified Forest – where ancient volcanic activity buried and preserved the forest 55 million years ago. (Optional longer hike as well.)

Evening Workshops

Learn about sustainable growing, cooking, eating, and co-existing in the Yellowstone ecosystem.

  • Words and pictures could never capture the beauty and serenity of Montana, Yellowstone, and the B Bar Ranch.

    Erica, Virginia

  • These days, I feel so tethered to my phone, email, and Facebook that it's hard to stop and "smell the roses.” But with a canopy of stars, miles of gorgeous mountains, and unobstructed views, I was able to reconnect with nature on this trip. I will definitely be back for more Big Sky Yoga!

    Erica, Virginia

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B Bar Ranch

The B Bar Ranch is nestled into the pristine privacy of the Tom Miner Basin, just north of Yellowstone National Park. This 9,000-acre ranch is part of a unique and fragile ecosystem and is a place of exceptional natural beauty.

Planning Your Trip

Travel is not included in 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 wrap 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.


Our hikes are 3-6 miles at significant altitude. If you don’t already feel comfortable with your cardio fitness level, we recommend you take some time to train in preparation for this retreat.