Utah’s rugged beauty serves as the backdrop for Amangiri, a 600-acre resort hidden among rocky red canyons and cream-colored bluffs. The tranquil oasis (one of Robb Report’s Top 100 Resorts) will host its inaugural health-and-wellness getaway, the Frontiers of Movement retreat, from November 12 through 16.
The four-day retreat—led by Budokon Yoga sensei Professor Donato Helbling, FlowIntuit yoga instructor Jodi Carey, and vibration-healing artist Andrew Clark—will include a well-balanced roster of guided meditations, yoga classes, and Amangiri’s Navajo-inspired spa treatments. After daily meditation sessions, guests can participate in a restorative SoundBath group class, a guided session led by Clark as gentle music and the healing sounds of crystal bowls provide a restful soundtrack, clearing the mind of external worries; Budokon Yoga classes that cultivate a sense of fluidity and tranquility; and FlowIntuit classes designed to provide a heightened sense of self-awareness and connectedness.
Downtime can be filled with rejuvenating treatments at the resort’s spa or expeditions to nearby natural wonders like the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, and Zion national parks, and the Navajo Nation’s Monument Valley Park. Rates start from $1,650 per night and include all yoga and retreat activities. (aman.com)