Join us for this yoga & camping weekend adventure at beautiful French Creek State Park, where we’ll EXPAND our horizons finding new trails and practices by day, cooking and connecting around the campfire by night, then drifting off to sleep under the stars.
NS “Root to Rise” guest teachers will be sharing the love throughout the weekend with a variety of yoga, meditation and wellness classes focused on helping us EXPAND, FLOURISH and UNITE, all themes we are exploring at this Storm(s) this Fall!
Stay just one night…or two. Bring a friend…or make some new ones. This is a nourishing experience not to be missed.
Dates: Friday, September 9th-Sunday September 11th 2022
2 nights camping under the stars Sunrise & Sunset Yoga each day/night Saturday Yoga Hike for any level Free time to explore, rest, connect with fellow campers Meals by the Campfire (all vegetarian and lovingly prepared by your guides) Connections that will last a lifetime (and beyond!)
Cost: Student rate: 1 day/night pass (Friday-Saturday or Saturday-Sunday): $125 Full weekend pass (Friday-Sunday): $225
Attention NS Teachers: This is an excellent opportunity to catch up with fellow teachers and students. In addition, we will be offering a 2-hour session on how to teach yoga outdoors and lead retreats on Saturday from 2-4pm (Student campers can take a siesta or play some yoga frisbee.) Sign up with Kristin to get the teacher rate. (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Teacher rate* 1 day/night pass (Friday to Saturday or Saturday to Sunday): $100 Full weekend pass (Friday-Sunday): $200 Outdoor Yoga/Retreat workshop: $75
*Teachers will be asked to lead or co-lead one of the weekend classes/activities
About the Campsite: Once an industrial complex for the fledgling United States of America, today French Creek State Park is an oasis for people and wildlife. Straddling the Schuylkill Highlands, the 7,730-acre park is the largest block of contiguous forest between Washington D.C. and New York City. The forests, lakes, wetlands, and fields are a destination for the people of southeast Pennsylvania to hike, fish, camp and bike.