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Various locations A mere 11 guests at a time experience these intensely fitness-focused retreats featuring daily four-hour hikes followed by spin and yoga classes. You’ll eat raw food for two days, then organic calorie-controlled cuisine. $4,500 to $6,000 per week, escapetoshape.com
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Laguna Beach, CA A yogi and former model run Blue Pearl, which is equal parts power yoga, meditation and hiking boot camp. The organic light meals are delicious (when they’re not veggie broth). Everyone gets five massages during the week. $3,950 per week, bluepearllaguna.com
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