Williams, Arizona

Northern Arizona is a magical place with so much natural beauty! We can’t wait to show off this area to you during this special five-day Arizona yoga retreat. Arrive on Thursday to Grand Canyon Eco Retreat, our private glamping home base for this retreat experience. From here we’ll take over as you relax into the experience! This retreat combines equal parts inward self care, yoga, and healing rituals with stimulating exploration and hiking adventures! After all, you can’t visit this area without getting your boots nice and red from hiking the Grand Canyon and exploring the vortexes of Sedona!

Grand Canyon Eco Retreat is located in nature outside Williams, AZ. Our elevation is nearly 7000 feet so you can expect warm days and cool nights, even in the summer (highs around 80F in July and August). July and August is monsoon season, the most beautiful time of year, featuring cooling afternoon rains and gorgeous rainbows!

We strive to create community on all our Arizona yoga retreats and we believe you’ll meet like-minded people who will become lifelong friends on this one. Carrie’s yoga classes provide both challenge and relaxation as she teaches you skills for listening in to your body and creating a sustainable self-practice routine. Chef Zach will be serving up delicious plant-based foods for flavor and health! There will also be plenty of time for journaling, meditation, campfires, and star-gazing!

Guided meditations, a traditional sweat lodge, breathwork sessions, and an evening cacao ceremony will take you on a serious internal journey which often involves letting go and opening up to something new. We want to stress that this retreat is for those who really want to do some deep internal recovery and healing work. If you’re looking for a weekend to just relax without any challenges, we suggest you find a different Arizona yoga retreat!

This retreat includes:
A supportive, sober environment for anyone recovering from anything or anyone who is “sober-curious”. We’re all in this together and here to lift each other up!
Lots of free time on Saturday for private sessions, journaling, meditation, or optional activities like visiting a wildlife sanctuary, hiking, SUPing, kayaking, swimming. We’ll give you directions and help for how to find whatever you’d like to do.
2 group adventure trips – Grand Canyon and Sedona/Oak Creek Canyon!
4+ yoga asana classes
4+ guided meditation or breath work sessions
Sedona traditional sweat lodge
Journaling prompts
Daily plant-based breakfast and dinner by Chef Zach (Special diets can be accommodated, just ask!)
Coffee, tea, and water
Painting meditation class
Free time on to explore, meditate, or journal
Cacao ceremony
Sound healing
Not included:
Transportation to/from Grand Canyon area (Flagstaff Airport pickup available for extra cost)
1 dinner and 1 lunch
Optional massage ($115)

All of our glamping-style accommodations include real beds with all bedding and towels, solar power for lights and charging electronics, drinking water jugs, and more. Our bathroom has 2 clean, composting toilets and 2 private, hot showers with one wall open to nature. Units are spread out over 10 acres so come prepared to walk for a couple minutes on trails to get from place to place.

Our Mongolian yurt is insulated with authentic yak wool and an insulated floor, so it’s the coolest in the summer and warmest in the fall and winter. It’s up on the hillside with a gorgeous view, about a 3-minute walk from the parking and picnic area, and the closest unit to our yoga deck and sauna.


Glamping Tent (Group of two or three) – $800 per person *SOLD*

Glamping Tent for one person – $1600 *SOLD*

Shared Female Dorm Glamping Tent (Book this if you’re coming solo and don’t mind having tent-mates) – *SOLD*

Tiny A-frame Cabin (1 or 2 guests) – $1600 *SOLD*

Mongolian Yurt Shared Female Dorm (Book this if you’re coming solo and don’t mind having two yurt-mates) – $1000

This retreat will max out at 10 guests! Deposits are payable below and guarantee your place in this retreat! Final balances will be due in two payments, the first by May 1 and the second by June 1.

One discounted recovery scholarship is available for $350 for this retreat. To apply, email info@biggerlifeadventures.com


  • 3:00 pm

    Check in time

  • 4:00 pm

    Welcome circle

  • 4:30 pm

    Opening yoga and meditation

  • 6:30 pm

    Plant-based dinner

  • 7:30 pm



  • 6:00 am - 8:00 am

    Silent morning

  • 7:30 am

    Coffee & tea available

  • 8:00 am - 9:30 am

    Morning yoga and meditation

  • 9:30 am

    Plant-based breakfast

  • 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Sedona hiking, swimming, picnic lunch

  • 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

    Light dinner on your own in Sedona

  • 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

    Traditional sweat lodge ceremony in Sedona


  • 6:00 am - 8:00 am

    Silent morning

  • 7:30 am

    Coffee & tea available

  • 8:00 am - 9:30 am

    Yoga and meditation

  • 9:30 am

    Plant-based breakfast

  • 10:30 am

    Optional Ayurveda workshop

  • Free day, relaxation, lunch on own

  • 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

    Optional massages or Reiki sessions

  • 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

    Sound healing

  • 6:30 pm

    Plant-based dinner


  • 3:30 am

    Coffee & tea available

  • 3:45 am

    Depart for Grand Canyon sunrise

  • 4:45 am

    Sunrise hike, yoga and meditation at Grand Canyon

  • 6:30 am

    Picnic breakfast

  • 7:00 am - 11:00 am

    2-5 mile hike in Grand Canyon

  • 12:30 pm

    Return to camp, plant-based lunch

  • 3:30 pm

    Wim Hof Breathwork and ice baths

  • 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

    Yin Yoga and Yoga Nidra

  • 7:00 pm

    Plant-based dinner


  • 6:00 am - 7:30 am

    Silent morning

  • 7:00 am

    Coffee & tea available

  • 7:30 am - 9:00 am

    Final yoga and meditation

  • 9:00 am - 9:30 am

    Closing circle

  • 9:30 am - 10:30 am

    Final brunch and checkouts

The closest airport to the property is Flagstaff Pulliam Airport, about 40 minutes away by car. We can arrange to pick you up in Flagstaff for $100 round trip.

Another option is to fly into Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Phoenix is usually a cheaper flight but it is 3 hour drive from the retreat location.

If you do fly to Phoenix you have several options for getting to our place:

  1. Rent a car. This option is not great because we provide transport on the retreat in our van. This means your rental car will sit around unused for three days. We only recommend this option if you are extending your trip before or after the retreat.
  2. Take the Groome Shuttle from Phoenix to Flagstaff, then get picked up by us in Flagstaff. Last we checked it was around $75 each way for Groome.
  3. Sometimes we drive down to Phoenix to pick people up. This depends on how many in the group need this service. The cost for this is $400 round trip if offered.

Travel booking option:

Since I get a lot of requests for assistance anyway, I decided to offer a new flight booking service for all my retreat guests and friends!

You provide me with your desired travel dates and airports and I will find you the cheapest, best flights possible and book them for you, no extra charge. 

I’m a pretty good “travel hacker” thanks to years of experience. We can do this together via Zoom to confirm everything or I’ll make sure to triple check everything with you before booking!

This benefits YOU if online flight searching stresses you out or you just don’t find it fun.

Full disclosure, it benefits Zach and I because I book most of our travel using our credit card points. We have a lot of travel planned this year so we need as many points as possible. You’ll reimburse me and I’ll get the frequent flyer miles to fund my own travel habit, haha.

Could be a win win for all of us?

Let me know if you would like my help with this. I know booking a long journey with multiple connections can be a little bit annoying. But there are also ways to make it more enjoyable — 1 day layover in Tokyo, anyone? For the best prices, you’ll want to book these flights at least 4-6 months before we leave. Reach out when you’re ready if you want my help.



Since all retreat deposits and payments are used to secure venues, activities, and supplies, and since canceled spots require extra time and energy to re-fill, all deposits and payments are non refundable. In emergency situations, you may or may not be offered a credit for a future retreat or event, based on the decision of our team. Cancellations due to fear of travel are not transferable or refundable. Cancellations less than 1 month before your retreat are not refundable or transferable. We recommend travel insurance to protect your investment in the event you must cancel.