“Take advantage of Santa Fe’s weather with a guided Yogihike. Your group will trek up peaceful wooded trails; then lay your mats on the forest floor for a one hour yoga session.
Santa Fean Magazine Features Yogihiker
Here is a quote we think you will like: “We hiked for about 45 minutes, covering roughly 2 miles up to ridgeline overlooking Santa Fe gathering at a place just off the trail where Stacy has practiced yoga so often that it now feels sacred to her. I soon find myself doing tree pose face-to-face with a Pondarosa pine and noticed that, like me, it also sways a bit in the breeze.”
Travel Book featuring Yogihiker
Yogihiker “invites participants to tune into views and sounds from the chattering of squirrels to the psithurism of the ponderosas. The session, which invites connection rather than competition, runs counter to many studio practice sessions in today’s yoga community. “It tends to be a really awakening experience,” Stacy Kinsley observes.
Santa Fe is famous for its clean, mountain air, amazing blue skies and 1.6 million acres of public land. It is, in fact, a high elevation Piñon-Juniper Woodland. Winter brings downhill and cross-country skiers from all over to test their skills on the snow-packed terrain. While in spring, summer and fall, the surrounding mountain trails provide an endless amusement park for climbers, hikers and bicyclists. And the magnificent quality of the light has inspired artists for generations.