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What? You missed our retreat to Jackson Hole? Good news! You can join us in Mammoth, California! At 11,053 feet, Mammoth boasts the highest summit of any California resort, making for deeper, higher quality snow, beautiful views and a season that can last until July.  And with 3,500 skiable acres, 400 inches of snowfall and an average of 300 days of sunshine per year, they have the reputation as California’s only real big mountain skiing/riding experience each and every season. It is the local mountain of choice for the Log Angelenos as well as the San Francisconians!

Join us for an incredible, healthy weekend of amazing snow, great people, and all around good times!

We begin our days with Ted’s yoga class and/or mountain prep classes taught by Tony Horton, creator of P90X. Then after breakfast we hit the mountain for a day of cutting tracks and exploring the vast terrain of Mammoth Mountain’s sun drenched slopes! If you can tear yourself away from your skis/boards, we will meet for some lunch and share stories of the morning, and then create more amazing memories in the afternoon!

Here some of the footage from last year’s Jackson Hole retreat. We expect Mammoth to be even more epic!

The hotel has been gracious enough to extend a 20-25% discount to attendees of this retreat!  The Village at Mammoth Mountain is where we’ll be eating and doing all our yoga and exercise classes. It is ski in/ski out including a short gondola ride from Canyon Lodge. If you’re staying off the property, this is where you’ll want to meet for all exercise, yoga and meals. If all hotel rooms are booked, you can still join our group and lodge anywhere else in Mammoth or surrounding areas. Upon registration you must book your room at The Village at Mammoth or your chosen hotel based on availability. You can email Ted with any questions: ted@ayretreats.com

All levels of skiers and yogis are welcome.

 Yes, there was that much snow!


Yes, there was that much snow!

Retreat dates are March 17 – 20, 2016
Check in is Wednesday, March 17th, 2016 – 4pm
Check out is on Sunday, March 20th, 2016 – 11am

The Retreat Includes:
* all yoga classes
* all p90x classes
* breakfast for 4 mornings
* a welcome dinner Wednesday evening
* a closing dinner Saturday night
* jaw massages from all the smiling you’ll be doing! just kidding, you’ll have to do that yourself.

Sample Daily Schedule:
7:15-8:15am – yoga and/or p90x
8:15am-9:00am – breakfast
9:00am-4pm – ski & ride (lunch on your own, but we try to meet midday at McCoy Station)
4pm-5:30pm – apres ski/ride activities of your choosing- aka hot chocolate or hot toddies, but make sure you’re ready for your restoration!
5:30pm-7:00pm yin/restorative yoga/deep stretch
7pm-8:30pm – dinner

* all times are scheduled to change, bring and open mind and an open heart!

Cost and Registration information:
Cost is listed per person. Lodging is NOT included in the cost of your retreat. You must book your own lodging. To book your room at The Village Lodge at Mammoth, you must call 1-800-626-6684 and let them know you are with the “Adventure Yoga Retreats group” and your booking ID# is ????.

A non-refundable deposit of $350 is required to reserve your spot on this retreat or you can pay in full by using the links below.

EARLY BIRD PRICE – $600 if paid in full before February 1, 2016
REGULAR PRICE – $750 if paid in full on or after February 1, 2016

RETREAT PRICE LINKS BELOW: (clink the links below to pay for this retreat. You can pay the deposit first or the entire cost of the retreat. You must pay your balance before January 1, 2015 to receive the “Early Bird” price. These prices include noted meals, yoga & exercise classes only. Lift tickets, transportation, other meals and unforeseen expenses are not included):

Non-refundable DEPOSIT to reserve your space: $350

IF YOU’RE PAYING BEFORE FEBRUARY 1, 2016:
Early Bird BALANCE: $300 (if you’ve already paid the deposit)
Early Bird Price – paid in FULL: $600 (if you did not pay the deposit)

IF YOU’RE PAYING AFTER FEBRUARY 1, 2016:
Regular Price BALANCE: $400 (if you paid your deposit and it is after February 1, 2016)
Regular Price in FULL: $750 (if you’re paying in full after February 1, 2016)

TRAVELERS(those who need lodging):
We have negotiated a 20-25% discount for those of you staying at The Village Lodge at Mammoth, but you MUST call 1-800-626-6684 and ask for the Ted & Tony’s Yoga & Ski/Ride Adventure Retreat discount.

The Village at Mammoth Mountain: (has an amazing array of lodging choices)
1 Bedroom Condos with King beds
2 Bedroom Condos with King or Queen beds

Our group 2013 -- You are next!!!

Our group 2013 — You are next!!!

Retreat DOES NOT include:

* airfare
* lodging
* airport transfers
* ground transportation (though the hotel is ski in/ski out)
* lift tickets/lessons/equipment rentals
* meals not noted above (all lunches, Thurs & Fri dinner)
* departure/arrival taxes
* spa services
* any unforeseen expenses

Retreat Policy:
An advance deposit of $400 is required to reserve your space on this retreat. All deposits are non-refundable as they are used to secure facilities and meals. Deposits are transferable to another retreat if cancellation is received by February 1, 2015. Absolutely no refund, deposit or payment transfers will be made if cancellation is received after the above cancellation deadline of February 1, 2015. Balance must be paid in full by the early registration date of February 1, 2015 in order to receive the Early Bird discounted price. Balance must be paid by February 15, 2015 for everyone else. Adventure Yoga Retreats is not responsible for any and all costs incurred for travel arrangements or accommodations relating to this event.

Travel information:
Traveling to Mammoth, California during the winter has never been easier. The Mammoth airport has daily non-stop flights on United and Alaskan Airlines from Los Angeles and San Francisco. Everywhere else (in the world – almost literally) connects to one of these cities. For flights check out www.kayak.com. Adventure Yoga Retreats will book your flight for an additional 5% of your ticket fee. See the Mammoth Mountain Planning a Vacation page here.

Call Now to Register. Space is Limited!
$400 non-refundable deposit required to hold your space.
Contact Adventure Yoga Retreats at
310-455-6681 or info@ayretreats.com

Visit www.adventureyogaretreats.com and sign up for the newsletter about upcoming adventures and retreats!

guyMeet Tony Horton, the Master of Motivation behind P90X®, the #1 fitness infomercial in America. If you want to improve your health, physique, and lifestyle, then you want to meet Tony. Over the last 25 years, Tony has acquired and perfected his fitness expertise, which he’s shared with countless individuals across the country. From professional athletes, sports teams, movie stars, and recording artists to the everyday Joe and Jane. Tony has helped people turn their lives around with the perfect mix of encouragement, humor, discipline, and fun. His expertise includes post-rehabilitation training, advanced stretching, yoga, weight/resistance training, cardiovascular/aerobic training, boxing, and kickboxing, plus circuit, cross, and interval training. Aside from his powerful programs with Beachbody® and operating ASH Fitness, a state-of-the-art training facility in Santa Monica, California, Tony hosts a minimum of three fitness camps per year, where he personally helps people meet their goals. He is in the process of writing his first book and is in discussions to star in his first reality show. Tony has been featured in various national publications, like Men’s Fitness, Fitness, People, LA HEALTH, and Self, and has made multiple appearances on national television, including CNN, NBC, and CBS. His training techniques have produced amazing results for celebrities such as Grammy-winning rock goddess Sheryl Crow, Without a Trace’s Poppy Montgomery and Roselyn Sanchez, former New York Giant Carl Banks, and current Philadelphia Eagle David Akers, who credits the P90X Extreme Home Fitness program with helping him set the NFL record for most consecutive post-season field goals in 2008. This East Coast native incorporates his personal training experience and engaging personality to get people of all ages moving and digging deep to get their best results. BRING IT!

Teds-head-234x300Ted McDonald is a yoga teacher, fitness trainer, endurance athlete, entrepreneur, avid traveler and philanthropist. A former Elite Adventure Racer and a Lacrosse player at UCLA, he has been an athlete his entire life. He began teaching yoga and meditation over a decade ago and continues to compete in marathons and triathlons. Educated in both Iyengar and Ashtanga styles of yoga, he focuses his yoga sessions on strength, alignment and the breath, in order to help students increase their flexibility, strength and focus. He teaches many forms of meditation and a yin or restorative yoga class specifically designed to lengthen connective tissue, prevent injuries and open energetic pathways in the body. He is the founder of Adventure Yoga Retreats, a company that organizes premium travel adventures that enrich lives and inspire people to perform at their highest level. His versatility and knowledge allows him to successfully tailor his teaching and retreats to a diverse audience, including athletes, business professionals, yoga teachers, as well as beginning students. He owns 5 Point Yoga, two premiere yoga and fitness studios in Malibu, California. Ted co-created and is featured in Tony Horton’s p90x:2 yoga sequence as well as Tony’s yoga “expert” for his one-on-one video series. He is a long time lululemon ambassador and is the designated yoga teacher for the Tour de France winning professional cycling BMC Racing Team. And most recently Ted’s Yoga bootcamp video series for ExerciseTV was released with great success.

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