Do I have to be an expert Yogi to attend the Big Om Yoga Retreat?
No! All classes are beginner friendly and there are also options for workshops that are sit-down style and have limited physical movement. You can plan your entire weekend around your physical preferences and comfort level, and all movement-style workshops and yoga classes are beginner friendly. We always encourage you honor your body and your intention, and only do what you feel comfortable doing in all of the classes and ceremonies.
1.What are the facilities/amenities like?
The Bunkhouse includes hotel-style rooms, separate bathrooms (men and women’s) that include multiple toilet stalls and separate shower stalls and changing area, and a Great Room with space for yoga classes, eating, and workshops. You also have access to the lodge’s amenities which include a restaurant, outdoor playground and pool (burrr), community room, vending machines, and access to the park’s trails. The park also has available a disc and golf course. Your stay in the Bunkhouse (included with retreat ticket) has all the amenities you need to have a comfortable stay. If you require any special assistance (wheelchair accessibility, etc.), please email us at email@example.com so we can make sure we will have everything you need before arriving at the retreat for check-in.
2. Will I be sharing a room with someone?
Yes. The Bunkhouse has its own row of private hotel rooms with two queen beds in each room. A few of the rooms have additional bunk beds. The bathrooms are separate from the rooms and include showers and changing areas. You may be sharing a room or even a bed with someone.
3. Do I get to choose who I share a room with?
If you have any preferences regarding who you would like to room with, please send an email firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name and the name of the person(s) you would like to room with.
4. How many people am I sharing with?
You will be sharing a room with anywhere between 2 to 4 people. In rooms where a bunk bed is included, you could be sharing a room with 2 or 4 additional people.