Top Yoga Retreats in North America

It’s time to find your inner Zen, relax and be at one with yourself thanks to these ultra-luxurious, healthy yoga retreats across North America.

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Sedona Mago Retreat

Location: Sedona, Arizona

For: The Stressed-Out Vacationer

What to Expect: Breathtaking red rock formations and lush gardens on this 163-acre property serve as the backdrop to your spiritual awakening and natural healing. If the healing garden and lake aren’t enough to calm your soul, join in on the specially curated programs like Stress to Strength.

Where to Find:
3500 E. Bill Gray Road
Sedona, AZ 86336

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Pran Del Mar Retreat & Wellness Centre

Location: Todos Santos La Tinaja, Mexico

For: The Nature-Loving Yogi

What to Expect: This is not your average yoga retreat. Pran Del Mar is nestled on a remote stretch of pristine beach, which happens to be the perfect place for you to whale watch, snorkel, and release endangered olive ridley sea turtles into the ocean. If this isn’t paradise, we don’t know what is.

Where to Find:
Todos Santos La Tinaja
BCS, Mexico


Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat

Location: Bahamas

For: The Yoga Guru

What to Expect: You’ll find balance of mind and body at this beautiful island retreat. Aquamarine waters surround this traditional yoga ashram, where you’ll indulge in silent meditation classes, master your yoga breathing techniques and dive into enriching evening lectures by renowned gurus.

Where to Find:
Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat
P.O. Box N7550
Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas

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Location: Big Sur, California

For: The Boho Yogi

What to Expect: Perched atop the breathtaking cliffs in the Big Sur is 27-acres of paradise. Tip your toes into the fresh water springs, crash into the waves of the Pacific ocean, or relax in the natural hot springs that can be found on this grande property. There are so many programs available, you could learn anything from the fundamentals of music and healing to the mindfulness and yoga all while feasting on gourmet meals from the retreat’s organic garden. Insider tip: Travel in October and the Milky Way may light your evening walk through the garden trails.

Where to Find:
55000 Highway 1
Big Sur, CA, 93920


Pachamama Yoga Retreat and Boutique Hotel

Location: Todos Santos, Mexico

For: The Luxe Yogi

What to Expect: This luxurious boutique hotel is set on a desert oasis. The 7 deluxe tepees form a mini-village complete with a hammock lounge. Sweat out stress in the authentic Temazcal (that’s a sweat lodge if you’re not familiar with the lingo), cool off in the stunning infinity pool, and find your Zen on the outdoor yoga deck. In fact, it’s so inspiring here that the retreat attracts tons of artists, writers and musicians who are looking to tap into their creativity and bask in its beauty.

Where to Find:
Just outside of Todos Santos



Location: Maui

For: The Carefree Yogi

What to Expect: Where everyone has salty beach hair and a sun-kissed glow, this 6-acre tropical sanctuary merges its historic (and private) compound with the indigenous nature that surrounds it. Salt water pools, meditation gardens, and endless programs from educational horticulture classes to traditional yoga and fitness classes are just part of life here. We could get used to it.

Where to Find:
1813 Baldwin Avenue
Makawao, HI,96768

The Best Yoga Retreats in North America


  • Phil says:

    I’ve been to Sedona Mago Retreat center last Summer. It was very
    beautiful. I was pleasantly surprised to see the beautiful healing
    garden with a lake, in the middle of desert! I enjoyed walking and meditating around the lake. Their food was very yummy and fresh too. Some were directly from their farm.

    • Lenny says:

      I Love Sedona Mago Retreat its a beautiful place that nurtures not only my body but my Spirit. It brings out that Peace, Joy and Love that exists with in me. Ahhhh !!! the sound my Soul makes when I get there.

  • Maki says:

    This is a great place for a get-away from all the hustle and bustle of life. Relax, take in the scenery, breathe deeply and enjoy the food and accommodations. You will feel transformed!

  • John Fenton says:

    Sedona Mago Retreat is beautiful. I’ve stayed there many times and each time I am inspired by the natural beauty and peaceful and serene setting. The food is excellent and is so healthy. I always feel so comfortable and so centered while I am there.

  • Alan Pion says:

    Mago Garden is such a wonderful place, and it just keeps improving every time I go.

  • Magdalena Szara says:

    I have been to Sedona Mago Retreat many times and always looking forward to go again. Energy and scenery is absolutely outstanding. Service and food is great. It is a great place to recharge and center myself.

  • Donna Lovong says:

    Oh my heavens! I am so excited to see this. This is like my favorite place on Earth second to my home.

  • David says:

    Wow, I’ve been to Sedona Mago Retreat. Great to see this place getting recognition. It’s a truly beautiful, peaceful and healing spot.

  • Maxine Wagoner says:

    Not the typical spa as I have experienced before, so much more. I could feel myself not just relax but actually change from being @ Sedona Mago Retreat. Go… and change your life for the better.

  • Cat says:

    Sedona Mago Retreat is Indescribable through words. It is a place where I can always find myself again in the hustle and bustle of life. There is no place like this that I have experienced. I always feel recharged!

  • hyunoo lee says:

    Great Place, I was able to find calmness, connection with myself, recovery of my energy with natural beauty and serene which inspired me.

  • Chun Shim says:

    I am so excited to see this!!! This is my favorite place on Earth.

  • Muriel Wade says:

    Sedona Mago Retreat takes me back to my true self. I love visiting there. I become centered, balanced and peaceful.

  • Dawn Quaresima says:

    Truly a diamond in the rough! I’ve had the good fortune to stay at Sedona Mago Retreat many times over the last 10 years. It gets better every time I visit!

  • Nobuko Todd says:

    Sedona Mago Retreat is the place where I had my first “awakening” experience and changed my life forever. I am so grateful to have chances to visit there often to recover my peaceful self again and again. If you have not visited there, I recommend for you to visit there once in your life and feel the embracing beauty of mother nature. Thank you!

  • Peter Marsh says:

    If you haven’t been there…you should go.

  • Tonya says:

    This is one of the most heavenly places on earth and where one can feel incredibly connected to nature. Keep in mind you will be in the desert and at a slight altitude so stay hydrated and layer (big temperature drops at night). On a clear evening (about 320 – 330 of those here per year), sometimes even when the moon is out, one can see the milky way and probably more stars than you can see just about anywhere on land. The rooms (casitas) are lovely and well kept, the buffet is awesome, the staff friendly and the most beautiful desert views I’ve ever seen.

  • Moon says:

    It is a great place to visit Sedona Mago Retreat. All around it is a beautiful place, I enjoyed visiting the lake. The food was very delicious, fresh, & healthy. I like to go to this place and will be back again.

  • Yelena Krasnov says:

    This is my favorite place, a piece of heaven on the earth.

  • Adahae Guadagni says:

    Really excellent retreat center in the red rocks of Sedona! The food is organic vegetarian and the rooms are simple and cozy. It has really amazing energy and many spiritual groups and leaders use the facility so theres always something cool happening. I had some profound meditative experiences here and I can’t wait to go back.

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