Stand still.
The forest knows where you are.
You must let it find you.

 - David Wagoner


The Earth is always speaking, and when we shift our consciousness to listen, something new emerges. Wild Yoga is a way of listening and cultivating a life directed by Earth and one’s soul.

Wild Yoga invites you to surrender to the gravity of Earth through practices that open you to the greater intelligence of all the Others, to boldly and vulnerably engage with dreams as mysteries, and to access deep imagination and the compassionate vulnerabilities of the heart.

Wild Yoga supports the cultural transformation of humanity by opening each individual to a deeper listening—to soul, Mystery, and the animate natural world. A living art, Wild Yoga invites nature to inspire the movement of human life; it calls people forth to embody their artistry in service to the world.

Wild Yoga is more than asana. It opens our sensory bodies and imaginations to an awareness of both Earth and our soul’s greatest calling. With consciousness altered, we track the numinous—as it appears in dreams, our body, and waking encounters in nature—for the purpose of becoming who we truly are.

Wild Yoga’s asana practice welcomes all levels of physical ability. Wild Yoga is a vinyasa-style yoga practice that incorporates poetry, story, music, and nature and soul themes. Download my 20-minute Wild Yoga asana practice of the Four Directions or sign up for a Wild Yoga program.



Rebecca created Wild Yoga over a decade of teaching yoga in a variety of natural settings, including the rain forests and tide pools of Costa Rica, the mountains and rivers of Colorado, and the ancient red rock canyons of Utah. Each wild place influences our yoga in its own particular way.

Wild Yoga Journey on the River
June 5 - 10, 2017
Down the Green River through Desolation Canyon, Utah
Guided by Rebecca Wildbear
A river soul journey that combines yoga, dreamwork, conversations with the more-than-human world, deep imagination, and a week-long journey through Desolation Canyon…Learn More

Wild Yoga & The Art of Letting Go
September 27 - October 1, 2017
Earth Star Retreat Center, Norwood, Colorado
Guided by Rebecca Wildbear & Janel Schullo
In Autumn, trees draw their life blood inward, and leaves turn brillant reds and yellows before releasing from the trunk. Death has fallen upon the green-ness that was summer, inviting us inward, toward hibernation, introspection, and the fertile darkness. Nature knows how to let go. Do you? Learn More

NEW Wild Yoga Video!

WILD YOGA: Embody Your Wholeness
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A gentle 20-minute vinyasa practice that invites each of the four directions through a series of yoga poses and movement flows. Honor the seasons and cycles of nature while cultivating your wholeness. This practice welcomes all levels. Make it easier by skipping some of the movements or harder by adding more challenging poses.  Make the practice your own; follow the urgings of your own body.