PRESENTS

The Big Sky
Breakthrough

A Yoga & Recovery Immersion

Tommy Rosen, Kia Miller
& Ananda Das

April 13th – 16th, 2023 | Big Sky, Montana

The Big Sky Breakthrough

(Early Bird pricing available until January 31st)

Connections, Awakening, Wonder & Discovery

With its sweeping vistas and rejuvenating mountain air, there are few locations that are better suited to a Yoga & Recovery Immersion than Montana’s Big Sky. 

Imagine being surrounded by a community of people dedicated to living their best life. Imagine yourself immersed in a 4-day transformational journey filled with laughter, music, the wonder of nature, and the joy of yoga, meditation and recovery.

The Big Sky Breakthrough will transform the way you think and feel so that you can move forward with confidence, clarity, ease, and freedom. 

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your teachers

Tommy Rosen

Founder of Recovery 2.0

Tommy is an internationally renowned yoga teacher, author, and addiction recovery expert who has spent the last 3 decades immersed in recovery and wellness. He holds advanced certifications in both Kundalini and Hatha Yoga and has 31 years of continuous recovery from addiction. Tommy is the founder of the Recovery 2.0 Community and Recovery 2.0 Coaching Certification, and leads yoga and recovery retreats around the world.

Kia Miller

Founder of Radiant Body Yoga

Kia is a devoted and celebrated Yoga teacher who imparts her wonderful passion for life and well-being through her 200- and 300-hour trainings. Kia has extensively studied multiple yogic disciplines, and is steeped in both traditional and modern expressions of yoga. Her classes focus on breath, alignment and the interconnection between mind, body and spirit, allowing students to experience the felt state of yoga and profound transformation.

ANANDA DAS

Teacher of Bhakti Yoga, Musician, Voice

Ananda Das is an internationally acclaimed musician whose music is a catalyst for healing hearts, inspiring joy and devotion. He has produced 14 albums and toured internationally in the duo Jaya Lakshmi and Ananda. He also released two solo albums that many consider his greatest hits, Flower of Life (2018) and Flow Like the River (2021). He is also the founder of the Modern Bhakti Yoga Academy, a platform with courses to support people in opening their voices, learning how to lead kirtan and deepen on the devotional path from the yogic perspective.  His music blends kirtan and devotional melodies, soulful ballads, upbeat rock, and reggae songs that transform listeners to blissful realms. 

YOUR TEACHERS

TOMMY ROSEN - Founder of Recovery 2.0

Tommy is an internationally renowned yoga teacher, author, and addiction recovery expert who has spent the last 3 decades immersed in recovery and wellness. He holds advanced certifications in both Kundalini and Hatha Yoga and has 31 years of continuous recovery from addiction. Tommy is the founder of the Recovery 2.0 Community and Recovery 2.0 Coaching Certification, and leads yoga and recovery retreats around the world.

KIA MILLER - Founder of Radiant Body Yoga

Kia is a devoted and celebrated Yoga teacher who imparts her wonderful passion for life and well-being through her 200- and 300-hour trainings. Kia has extensively studied multiple yogic disciplines, and is steeped in both traditional and modern expressions of yoga. Her classes focus on breath, alignment and the interconnection between mind, body and spirit, allowing students to experience the felt state of yoga and profound transformation. 

ANANDA DAS - Teacher of Bhakti Yoga, Musician, Voice

Ananda Das is an internationally loved musician, song composer and mantra enthusiast. His musical offerings complement his yogic practices with a deep devotional spirit. His music channels a powerful blend of modern and ancient soundscapes that touches the heart and invokes a meditative and connected state. Infused with mantras in Sanskrit and Gurbani, his music offers blissful energy currents woven into lyrical heart songs. He sings, plays guitar, harmonium and bansuri flute.

“My experience was one of immense personal growth. This path of recovery works to heal the mind, body, and spirit. ”
- Retreat Participant

EVENT DETAILS

This event is proudly sponsored by:

This event is proudly sponsored by:

Early Bird Pricing Through January 31st

THE BIG SKY BREAKTHROUGH. ALL ARE WELCOME HERE.

This transformative and immersive experience is for:

  • Those on the path of recovery from any and all addictions (and their loved ones), seeking the non-judgemental support of a modern, like-minded, and inclusive community committed to thriving in a life beyond addiction.

  • Anyone on a path of discovery, who does not necessarily identify as a person in recovery, but who is on a path of personal and spiritual growth.

** PLEASE NOTE**  The only requirement for attending is total abstinence from drugs, alcohol, and smoking or vaping nicotine.

Frequently Asked Questions

You are in recovery if you are working to move beyond addictive patterns of thought and behavior such as drugs, alcohol, food, sex, love, codependency, gambling, debting and technology to name a few of the bigger ones. In the Recovery 2.0 perspective we are working on moving beyond any behaviors and thought patterns which bring negative consequences into our lives.

No. There is no nicotine in any form allowed on this trip. On this journey, there’s no need for nicotine.

By participating in this retreat you agree to remain 100% abstinent from any drug or alcohol use while with us. There is no need for any drug, alcohol or nicotine use while on retreat – this includes cannabis, alcohol, tobacco, vaping, and any other consciousness-altering substance use. If this will be an issue for you, please attend with us another time.

**Please note the use of a nicotine patch is allowed.

Your entry fee includes all elements of the retreat itself: morning practice, recovery meetings, yoga, meditation, breathwork, teachings, and all retreat experiences. **Your ticket does not include food, lodging, travel, or incidentals.**

The Wilson Hotel in Big Sky, Montana, is a key sponsor for this event. They have generously reduced their room rates for participants of our retreat. You can reserve your room at the Wilson Hotel for only $208/night (regular $349 per night) by contacting the hotel directly at 406.995.9000 and ask to book a room in the Recovery 2.0 group block

  • Comfortable clothing for 4 days
  • Yoga mat
  • Water Bottle
  • Shawl or light blanket
  • Journal
  • Pen
  • An open mind
  • Your beautiful heart

If you’re planning on flying to Big Sky, MT, on a major airline, you’ll want to fly into the closest airport to Big Sky—Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN).

Please allow an hour to drive from the airport to the Wilson Hotel.

We will begin at 7pm on Thursday, April 13th and complete our time together at approximately 12pm on Sunday, April 16th.

Yes, you will need to bring a yoga mat. Any yoga mat will do! If you need a yoga mat that is easy to travel with, we recommend the Manduka Eko Superlite Travel Yoga Mat (1.5mm). It is available online and on Amazon. 

The average temperature in Big Sky in April for a typical day ranges from a high of 43°F (6°C) to a low of 22°F (-5°C). Bring appropriate clothing for the weather. Weather permitting, we will spend time outside together. It will be crisp (and beautiful!), so please plan accordingly.

If you love winter sports, this is a perfect experience for you! There won’t be time to ski during the event itself, but you are welcome to extend your stay and add a few ski days to your trip. The mountain will be open for one more week after our experience together ends, so take advantage of the opportunity while you’re there!

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