In order to have a safe experience for everyone, please follow these protocols while the corona virus lives amongst us. Guests must take personal responsibility for their own safety by following CDC guidelines. Please let your guide know or give feedback to ParkCityYogaAdventures@gmail.com if you feel unsafe at any time and we will do our best to adjust to reduce risk.
Where are you located?
All of our trips are located in and around Park City, Utah.
PCYA's Give Back Program
Utah Sales Tax, our 1% Trails & Open Space Give Back fee, and Gratuity are not included in the Rates listed in our adventure descriptions. Park City Yoga Adventures guests contribute a 1% back to local trails and open space non-profits who maintain the landscapes that we visit on our adventures. PCYA matches with an additional 1% of net profit annually to these same non-profits.
I’ve never done yoga—I can’t even touch my toes! Can I do this?!
Our yoga adventures are fully tailored and customized for our guests. Even if you have never done yoga before, all of our adventures are great opportunity to learn basic poses in a fun and relaxing environment. All you need is an open mind and a sense of humor.
Does Park City Yoga Adventures provide transportation?
Guests are responsible for their own transportation. Please talk to your guide and read your confirmation email for more information regarding the types of transportation that will be best for each adventure.
What should I wear for summer hiking adventures?
Wear yoga clothing or any stretchy, comfortable workout apparel, as well as closed-toed athletic shoes with a supportive design. We adventure in a high-desert environment where the weather can change quickly. Dress in layers and bring a light jacket just in case.
We will have a small backpack and trekking poles for each participant with water and snacks. We will also provide a headlamp for night hiking adventures.
What should I wear for snowshoe adventures?
Dress as you would for a day of skiing, with your yoga clothing as your base layer. A pair of warm winter boots (not your ski boots) is essential. Even thought it’s winter time, be sure to bring sun protection—hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. We will have trekking poles and a small backpack for each participant with water and snacks. We will also provide a headlamp for night hiking adventures.
What should I wear for paddleboard yoga?
Wear lightweight, stretchy clothing that you don’t mind getting wet, like a bathing suit or shorts and a sports bra. Bring a towel. There is a changing room at the Homestead Crater hot spring, but no shower. The water is 95-98˚F year-round.
What if someone in my group bails?
PCYA has a 24-HOUR CANCELLATION POLICY—any changes in head count received with at least 24 hours notice will be adjusted at no charge.
Do I need a reservation?
Yes, all yoga adventures are by reservation only, and paddleboard yoga adventures can only be booked at the times listed.
Can I book an adventure for just myself?
If you are a solo yogi, we will try our best to add you to a group already booked but we need at least two people to reserve our adventures.