Nude Yoga Retreat


OCT 3-6 2019!

Oct 3rd, 4:00 pm to Oct 6th 2019, 11 am
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Join Will Blunderfield ( Oct 3-6th for a powerful blend of hatha yoga, yin yoga, meditation, chakra balancing yoga, and dynamic breathwork- clothing optional.

***Scholarships and sliding scale for those who need it is available. Just email me at***

In yoga, your body is the temple, it’s the God/Goddess and it’s the worshipper. So many times we are trying to ignore our bodies, transcend them, or numb them. This practice is to appreciate our bodies as they are without the conditioning we’ve picked up from our parents, our religion, and relationships. *To avoid extra fees, you can e transfer me the payment instead at Looking forward to sharing the teachings!

Why naked yoga?

As teachers we are always looking to create safe environments for optimum growth and healing.
Will has personally healed from body dysmorphia and anxiety through naked yoga like you will experience during the retreat. He’s seen incredible freedom and joy in his previous courses and naked yoga workshops in the past. Will’s intention is to provide a powerful retreat to learn tools and techniques to reach new joys, to shed old stories of doubt and shame, and to enjoy your body.
Shedding ideas, labels, beliefs of who we are, along with our clothes, is one of the most powerful and rewarding experiences. Removing shame and guilt from our body opens huge doors to what we think our limits of happiness, success and love can be.

This wonderful retreat will explore self-healing yogic techniques and meditation practices that awaken the consciousness and the rejuvenating potential of the individual. With daily practice of powerful Yoga Kriyas, Meditations, Mantras, and Pranayama (breathwork), the emphasis is on opening the heart and awakening the consciousness within.


With daily practice of powerful Yoga Kriyas, Meditations, Mantras, and Pranayama (breathwork), the emphasis is on opening the heart and awakening the consciousness within. Including many practical teachings and tips for living a wholesome, healthy, and happy lifestyle in this new Age of Aquarius, this retreat is beneficial for both beginners and advanced students of meditation and yoga. Optional early-morning Sadhana practice will also be offered.

This is a fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself into the transformative yogic lifestyle. These retreats have indeed become life-changing events for many participants. Please consider taking the time this fall to renew your spirit, rejuvenate your mind and body, and create a sacred group consciousness with like-minded yogis in the peaceful and natural setting of the Sweetwater BnB. Includes outdoor meditations and farm yoga with the friendly Sweetwater farm donkeys. Led by Will Blunderfield / Tej Randhir, who possesses multiple Yoga Alliance Teacher Training Certifications, and who has taught yoga globally for over 11 years. An award-winning mantra music artist, Blunderfield’s classes and retreats include beautiful Kirtan (group sharing of uplifting mantras). This is not a silent retreat * Teachings / Yoga / Breath-work / Meditation / Mantra chanting / healthy food from the farm * It is suggested you bring yoga mats or a sheepskin to practice on. *This retreat is clothing optional, participants may choose to wear as much or as little clothing as they wish! * This retreat is drug/alcohol free. We will be using yoga and breathwork to get high on our own supply!

INCLUSIONS: Included in this live-out retreat is all fully guided and supported workshops and content (yoga classes, meditation, lectures) along with room and board at the beautiful Sweetwater Lane BnB in Pemberton, BC ( Light lunches and snacks will be provided direct from the organic Sweetwater Lane Farm. We ask that each prticipant bring two meals and two snacks to share amongst 9 particiapnts, potluck style. It will be a great way to bond by preparing the food together, potluck style. For the integrity of the container and the depth of your experience, space is limited.

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Oct 3-6 2019

Thursday Oct 3
4-6pm Arrival/Greeting
6:30pm dinner
8-8:30pm pm evening yin yoga / meditation

Friday October 4th
4-6:30am Sadhana
6:30-8:30am Breakfast
8:30-12:00pm Class
12:00-3:30pm Lunch/Free Time
3:30-6pm Class
6:30-7:30pm Dinner
7:30-8:15 Yin Yoga/Kirtan

Saturday October 5th
4-6:30am Sadhana
6:30-8:30am Breakfast
8:30-12:00pm Class
12:00-3:30pm Lunch/Free Time
3:30-6pm Class
6:30-7:30pm Dinner
7:30-8:15 Yin Yoga/Kirtan/Metta

Sunday October 6th
4-6:30am Sadhana
6:30-8:00am Breakfast
8:00-10:00am Class
10:00-11:00 Pack and departing

Going “Off-Grid” with Sexual Identity

“Without fluid the world dies.
Liquid is life,
and I don’t know if you heard,
but the fucking ice is melting.
Now watch us dance.” – Nico Tortorella

The popular assumption about sexual identity is that you’re either gay or straight. What about bisexuals, you ask? Well, many say they’re just confused. Or to put it bluntly, in the recent words of an acquaintance of mine, “Bisexuals are greedy fence-sitters who don’t know what they want.”

Little support exists for bisexuality and the ambiguity it signifies, despite its widespread, albeit undercover, occurrence. In our era of “you’re either-gay-or-straight” sexuality, a critical observation must be broached: the rigidity of the homo/ hetero binary tends not to match up with the many dimensions and diversities of human sexual desire, behavior, and attraction. When I used to engage in online dating app “Grindr”, I was surprised that many guys I spoke with identified as “straight”, with a girlfriend or wife. While tantalizing for a time, I ended up deleting the app, as it made me feel uncomfortable to be asked to be part of “downlow” secretive liaisons. With gay men falling for women, lesbians dating men, and straight men having sexual liaisons with other men, one is left to wonder: is anyone 100 per cent anything anymore? Could it be that homosexuality, in the words of Kate Millet, was “invented by a straight world dealing with its own bisexuality”? Perhaps Bjork, Billie Joe Armstrong, and Sigmund Freud are correct in thinking that we’re all innately bisexual and capable, to varying degrees, of being attracted to a person regardless of gender. Moreover, haven’t enough people suffered as a result of being shoehorned into repressive and stigmatizing sexual categories?

I question the necessity (and validity) of sexual identity labels because they are used far too often to execute acts of hatred, division, and oppression. Author Chou Wah-Shan observes that, through labelling, a visible group of “deviants” has been created so that “non-deviants” can project their own insecurities and homoerotic anxieties onto the stigmatized minority. The in-group uses marginalized identities to “butress” their own. This inequitable social structure invokes hostility and falsehood from both parties. Observe, for instance, the parallels between the hypocrisy and elitism of gay establishments that mock heterosexuals and that of anti-gay religious and political leaders who wind up in homosexual sex scandals (think evangelical leader Ted Haggard, Idaho senator Larry Craig, or the myriad cases in the Catholic Church).

Of course we must be proud of who we are, showing gratitude and support for the courageous individuals who fought and continue to stand for equal rights. It seems, however, that as our society approaches sexual and gender equality (thanks largely to radical gay and lesbian activism), people are experiencing even greater emancipation by embracing their uniqueness beyond specific sexualities and genders, and opting for more personalized approaches to identity, attraction, and relationships. I believe that the homo/hetero divide is dissolving. Human Pride is outmoding Gay Pride. After all, it has proven rather difficult to try and slot over six billion unique persons into just two sexual orientations. Like our fingerprints or DNA, sexuality is completely unique from one individual to the next. For many, including actor and poet Nico Tortorella, sexuality and gender exist along a fluid continuum:

A flow ebbs and flows,
liquid gold.
Category 5 tidal waves.
I’m not saying this is the right answer,
but I’m not saying it’s not.
It’s like a dance really,
I don’t always know the music I’m moving to,
but I listen to how it changes.
Snare-drumming beat drops
Way beyond definition,
not this, not that.
Define me
cause sometimes I can’t.
Label me.
Bi, whatever you need.
girls and guys,
and inbetweeners,
chicks with wieners
energetically in sync.
I’m gonna make it work
no matter what you have between your thighs.
I’m not trying to hide, people.
I’m trying.
This is me, this is us, this is we.
We are you
just more evolved and free.
Trust in non-restriction.
no longer parched,
upstream adventure,
This isn’t about sex.
Fluidity doesn’t mean free for all fuck-fest,
at least not for me.
Fluidity means the ability to change your mind.
Spectrum surfers
Cowabunga, dude.
emotional intelligence.
The understanding that sometimes in the morning I like coffee,
but sometimes I like tea.
I can like them both the same,
and there’s nothing quite like a swig of vodka from the freezer to start your day.
It’s like a hug from the inside from the devil himself.
But I broke up with him a long time ago.
This isn’t selfish, it’s free.
This isn’t greedy, it’s free.
I’m not gay,
I’m not straight,
I’m me.
Fluidity and flow,
non-lying sexual
emotional fluidity,
this is the future.
We are liberated,
Without fluid the world dies.
Liquid is life,
and I don’t know if you heard,
but the fucking ice is melting.
Now watch us dance.”

As illustrated in Tortorella’s poem, gender and sexuality can be amorphous, porous, and can become negatory if limited to common western identities and vernacular. In the words of pioneer 1950s sexologist Aldfred Kinsey: “There’s no such thing as a heterosexual or homosexual person.” These categories are no more than social constructs and have only been around since the 19th century, as observed by Michel Foucault, Gore Vidal, David F. Greenberg, and other social critics. In reality, there are only homo and hetero impulses and acts. Most people, according to Kinsey’s famous 1950s study on the sexual behavior of 18,000 Americans, are a mixture of homo and hetero impulses, if not practices. In other words, much of the population is capable of responding erotically to both “genders” even though we’ve seen that gender is a social construct as well, since gender presentation and ideals change over time and culture. Certain cultures embrace up to four genders, for instance.

Kinsey’s findings support the notion that, for many people, sexuality really isn’t cut and dry: nearly half of his male sample opened up about having erotic responses to members of both sexes during their adult lives, with 37 per cent sharing that they had sexual experiences with other males that lead to orgasm. Some academics and conservative groups argue that Kinsey’s data are skewed because his sample was comprised of only those who were willing to discuss taboo topics. Despite this criticism, it is hard to dispute that the findings reveal sexuality as something far more fluid than previously admitted to by societal hegemony. Cross-cultural comparisons also lay stake to this claim. Cultures around the world, both Eastern and Western, have embraced hetero- homo- and bi-sexual relations. A small sampling of cultures with some form of socially endorsed bisexuality include classical Greece, the Sambia of New Guinea, numerous North American First Nations societies (before Western infiltration), pre-Meiji Japan, and late imperial China (see Homosexuality and Civilization by Louis Crompton). Bisexuality, interestingly, is the norm for bonobos and chimpanzees, who happen to be our closest primate relatives (sharing 99.4 per cent of our genetic makeup) and is also common throughout the animal kingdom. In his book Biological Exuberance: Animal Homosexuality & Natural Diversity, Bruce Bagemihl outlines 450 of over 150,000 species that have been observed engaging in homosexual and bisexual behavior.

The world is dynamic, complex, and in constant flux. Human beings are, too. Thus, it’s time we abandon the overly simplistic and inherently mischaracterizing gay/straight dichotomy so we can look at sexuality, in all its fluidity and unpredictability, as an aspect of a person rather than the defining element of one’s identity. That way we’ll be less apt to stigmatize and stereotype, and start to see people, including ourselves, as we really are. Happy Human Pride!

Teaching, Workshop & Performance Schedule

Thanks for joining me for my weekly public classes!

  • Tuesdays: North Vancouver – Delbrook Community Centre – Kundalini 7-8pm
  • Friday afternoons: Downtown – Steve Nash Sports Club Granville St. – Power 12:10-1pm / Yin 1:10-2pm
  • Friday evenings: Yaletown – Oxygen Yoga – Hot Power 6:45-7:45pm / Power-Yin 8-9pm


Saturday July 28th I will be performing at the Pacific Polo Cup in Vancouver, BC. Tickets are available HERE!

Sunday July 29th I am blessed to be teaching at Blessed Coast Festival in Squamish, BC. Tickets can be purchased HERE 🙂