What Our Students Say

Linda, Peaceful Power Retreat 2017 Boise, ID

A wonderful experience. I am very new to Yoga and throughout the entire retreat I felt totally supported, loved and valued. I made new friends, learned about myself and practiced Yoga on the deck listening to the wonderful Salmon River. I came home with the tools I have been searching for. My life will be forever richer and fuller because of this experience. Thank you Elizabeth!

Megan, Chakra Inbody Retreat 2016

Washington DC

The entire experience was a truly physically, emotionally, and spiritually healing and energizing. I have felt more open, more settled, more accepting and at peace with myself and who I am since I returned home from Idaho. Plus it was incredible to go on a 7 day retreat with my mom. 

Sherri, Reiki Teacher, Cuzco, Peru 

Elizabeth is not only about the sweetest person you are ever going to meet, she walks the walks! She lives Yoga, she lives Reiki. She is 'practice what you preach' personified! She's fun and it shows in all she teaches. But more importantly, she is very knowledgable in what she teaches. I love her!

 

MEET ELIZABETH

Elizabeth Kittell RYT 500 is an Idaho native, outdoor adventurer and a bright white light. She created Yoga Inbody so people could experience the beauty of life and connect to their own uniquely divine center in fun, supportive environments.  She has been a professional river guide for over 10 years, traveled around world and taught yoga to more first timers than it is possible to count.  She believes everything happens for a reason and provides a grounding presence and stability during times of uncertainty. Elizabeth expands love and light and is known for her healing touch and strong presence.

OUR MENU

Fresh, organic ingredients composed into meals that are possible to recreate back home. Our hosts mindfully prepare food as an offering to the divine. Our menu is predominately vegetarian but we happily accommodate all dietary needs.

 
 

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This website was created by Jon & Elizabeth Kittell for the greatest good of all beings everywhere.