Wilderness Yoga Three Day

Practice yoga on a river journey through a serene and spectacular wilderness: The multi-hued sandstone canyon and towering pines of the Rio Chama. Lovely, wooded campsites and the sounds of rushing water will serve as the backdrop to this transcendental yoga experience. Enjoy delicious and healthy multi-course meals prepared riverside and catered to your culinary needs. Daily yoga sessions make this unique trip a truly rejuvenating experience inside and out. Soothe the senses with the changing beauty and sounds of the river canyon as we raft down through geological time. This trip is made possible by a collaboration with Om Hatha Yoga, follow the link to learn more about their business and their fantastic yoga products!


May 1-Sep. 1, Minimum group size of 4 people. Smaller group sizes are available if desired, email us at info@farflung.com for a smaller group price quote.


Participants may ride on the rafts with the river guides for a more leisurely experience, or the more adventurous may ride in a paddle boat, request their own inflatable kayak, or take a stand up paddle board, for a more exciting and physical excursion.   

Cost:Adult $550.00      (50% Deposit Required)

Adult $550.00      50% Deposit

Sample Itinerary:


We provide all the camping and river equipment that’s needed. Our yoga sessions are designed to balance the body and quiet the mind.  We work all the major muscle groups with an awareness of the breath making us feel better by nourishing the body, mind, and spirit. Yoga sessions will be lead by Monica Martin, a Certified Yoga Instructor with 5 years of teaching experience.

Trip Itinerary:

Day 1:

Our (1-1/2 hr.) shuttle to the put-in features vistas of the craggy peaks of the San Juan Mountains, the massive Brazos Cliffs-over 3000 vertical feet high, and the village of Tierra Amarilla, the center of Reies Tijerina's land grant revolt of the l960's. Our launch point is at El Vado Ranch, a rustic, riverside fishing resort. Our first yoga session will be on the lawn beside the river while our guides prepare the rafts for the journey. The Chama River immediately whisks us away through a series of swift riffles and into the evergreen-lined canyon. We will do a brief standing series on our lunch stop near a historic homestead and hot springs. Next we enter Chama Canyon Wilderness and negotiate Aragon Rapids (Class II). Our camp is on an old high-water bench, under shelter of ponderosa pines and douglas firs. Here we will have our last Yoga session of the day to the sounds of the river and forest.

Day 2:

Enjoy a very leisurely morning beginning with yoga followed by a hearty, hot breakfast. Hike up one of the numerous side canyons to see dinosaur tracks or to the top of Navajo Peak for a spectacular vista. We will arrive at camp early for an afternoon yoga practice and camp time.

Day 3:

We will continue the rhythm of a pre-breakfast yoga session, a brief standing series over lunch, and closing yoga session at the end of our trip.  This last day we encounter some longer, steeper rapids and multi-hued sandstone cliffs up to 1000' high. Emerging from the canyon wilderness area, we observe a quiet zone as we pass the Christ in the Desert Monastery. Now begins the lively whitewater run, Class II and III rapids alternate with long calm stretches that allow spectacular views of the rainbow cliffs that captivated Georgia O’Keefe.

Camp Scene:  

Get ready to pitch a tent, sling a hammock, throw down a pad, and relax! Every day we will prepare and serve you a delicious riverside lunch, not limited to, but often including an array of home-roasted sandwich meats and homemade dips and salsas (see some of our recipes here). In addition, our camp dinners and breakfasts are a classic staple of the Far Flung experience, as 40 years in business has not only taught us the principles of reading white-water…but also of cooking and camp ambiance! 

***Please let us know ahead of time about any allergies or special food requirements***

Camp Gear:

Following is a list of required and recommend items for this three-day camping excursion. As part of the trip we will provide waterproof drybags for all of your personal items and camp chairs for fireside relaxation and enjoyment.

Please click here to look at a more in-depth list of required and recommended camp gear:

Going Camping? Heres what you'll need.

If needed, we provide sleeping bags, sleeping pads, and tents for an additional $10/day