AcroYoga & Wellness Weekend Retreat in Yosemite

Event Details

My friend, longtime co-teacher and fellow Level 2 AcroYoga teacher Neilon Pitamber is coming to California! We will be co-leading an AcroYoga and wellness retreat at the amazing Yosemite Bug Rustic Mountain Resort. Come join us for this weekend getaway!

– Yoga & Movement Classes
– AcroYoga Classes
– Thai Massage Classes
– Spa Access (Hot tub, sauna, etc.)
– Cold water therapy
– Accommodation (Dorms; Upgrade to private rooms available)
– Yosemite Bug’s AMAZING Food (breakfast, lunch & dinner)
– A day trip to Yosemite National Park
——–Yoga & AcroYoga in the park
——–Acro photo opportunities
——–Picnic lunch
– Optional Massage/Bodywork Add-on

EARLY BIRD – $380* (before Feb. 1, 2020)
REG. PRICE – $450*

*Cost includes Dorm Accommodation. Upgrading to private rooms is available. Please contact our administrator at [email protected] for more information

Teacher Bios:

Max Kopeikin is a crazy monkey who has been dancing on tables since he was three. He has practiced various forms of yoga over the last 15 years of practice. Most of his personal practice has been in Iyengar, Jivamukti, Gentle Hatha, Anusara and AcroYoga. He is a certified ERYT–500 Hatha Yoga and Level 2 AcroYoga teacher. Max has a Masters in Counseling Psychology with a focus in Expressive Arts Therapy from CIIS. He got his B.A. from U.C. Berkeley and he completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Dance/Movement Therapy in Barcelona. Max leads yoga teacher trainings in San Francisco; he also continues to teach yoga and AcroYoga classes and workshops in SF and around the world.

Neilon Pitamber is a Level 2 Certified AcroYoga instructor based in Brighton, UK.As well as running regular open level and intermediate classes in Brighton he regularly teaches workshops, retreats, holidays and CPD units all over the UK and Europe. Neilon has been practicing yoga for 35 years and is a Personal Trainer, Thai Yoga Massage therapist and martial arts instructor. These overlapping skills give Neilon a unique insight into human bodies and has led to his BodyFirst programme.