We live in a very challenging world with its constant demands, technology, overstimulation and tight schedules. If it feels like you need a break–you do! This retreat is for anyone in need of a reprieve who loves to move and finds their bliss in nature. Anyone who wants an adventure. Anyone longing for a yoga retreat that’s down to earth and simple. It’s not about a fancy locale; it’s about you.
Let me take care of you while you connect with yourself, with others, and with our natural environment. The experience of taking your yoga practice outside brings you directly onto the earth. I’ll guide you through twice daily yoga and meditation practices while you feel your body moving under the spring sunshine and moonlight. Birds chirp, leaves rustle in the wind, the grass is cool and fragrant. Instead of the confines of four walls, you’re in the midst of nature and a part of it.
After class, you won’t have to get back in your car. Instead, you can sit around the fire with your new friends, lie in a hammock, swim in the lake or go for a hike. Your meals will be prepared over the fire with care and love–I’ll prepare them.
You’ll have plenty of leisure time—we’ll have opening and closing circles, group yoga & meditation twice a day, and group meals. The rest of the day is yours for enjoying the beauty of the park in whatever way you choose.
If you love camping, you know half the work is cooking–but this time I’ll handle it (yes, you’ll need to wash your plate and fork). For less frequent campers, camping with a group can be a great way to create ease in an unfamiliar situation.
- Fresh berry coulis & yogurt parfait
- Local blueberry muffins
- Spanish tortilla
- Huevos rancheros
- Lemon ricotta pancakes
- Eggs shakshuka
- Oatmeal with fresh local strawberries & cream
- Chili with optional meatballs
- Sundried tomato mushroom risotto
- Fresh herbed rice pilaf with sauteed spring vegetables and optional local sausage
- handmade marshmallows roasted over an open fire with organic graham cracker and fair trade dark chocolate!
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
No id requirements, minimum age of 15 is suggested.
What can I bring into the event?
You’ll want to bring your own camping equipment! This includes tent, air mattress/sleeping pad/cot, sleeping bag or blankets. Your yoga mat and any props you like. A towel or two. Change of clothes or two including yoga clothes and possibly swimwear. Brining your own camping plates/bowls/utensils will lessen our reliance on disposable goods. Feel free to bring snacks if you like. Other helpful items include flashlight, insect repellant, sunscreen. Hammocks, books, fishing items if you’d like to fish. Bicycle if you’re into that. There are wooden benches, but your camping chairs are also welcome.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Our campground is accessible by car–the parking lot is close by.
What’s the refund policy?
Refunds will be issued in the case of weather emergencies, less Eventbrite ticketing fees.