Creating Sacred Space

Friday, May 17 to Sunday, May 19, 2024

Deans: Kathy Bolte and Angela Andiorio

Keynote Speakers: Jacquie Freeman & Nathan Gabor

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2024 is already feeling like it’s going to be a year of stepping out of our comfort zones and creating a new and better “normal” for ourselves. In order to make the most of this heightened energy, we’re going to explore the idea of creating sacred space in our lives.

So, what does this look like? It could include clearing clutter from our lives. It could mean creating opportunities to fill our spaces with meaningful experiences. It could mean making space for our most important priorities. It could lead us to acknowledging the presence of sacred space in our inner landscape, as well as outside in our homes and in our environment.

 

We hope you’ll join us for Yoga and Whole Living Camp 2024 as ten extraordinary teachers help us to explore all the ways we can create our own version of sacred space. Camp is open to campers ages 16 and older.

Jacquie Freeman & Nathan Gabor will share the task of being our keynote speakers. Jacquie will open our sessions on Saturday morning delivering her keynote entitled, “Creating and Cultivating Sacred Space in a Chaotic World,” giving us the tools to thrive and feel more connected and empowered, and Nathan will wrap up the weekend through the wisdom he has garnered from his years of experience teaching Pranakriya Yoga and physics at UCR.

This restorative weekend will revolve around the idea of Creating Sacred Space and give you tools you can use to do precisely that. The camp features a great lineup of extraordinary teachers to guide you toward an open relationship with change and growth. Grab your yoga mat, blanket, and blocks. Have pen and paper at your side. Bring your open mind and eager heart and get ready to begin Creating Sacred Space.

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Pricing Information

Camp de Benneville Pines has moved to a self-selecting sliding fee scale. Level 1 is our minimum cost, Level 2 is what it takes for us to meet our needs and Level 3 helps to offset costs and supports Camp’s scholarship fund.

Camper Type Level 1 Level 2 Level 3
Camper age 16+ $250 $290 $325

Pricing includes lodging, all meals, activities, and supplies. A $75 per person non-refundable deposit is required to confirm registration. Full balance due one week before the start of camp. No refunds will be allowed after check-in begins on the first day of camp. Electronic invoices will be sent out periodically, allowing partial or full payment, until payment in full is received.

Accommodations:

Standard Accommodation: included in Camper pricing

Cabin 6*: $35 additional fee per adult, twin beds only

Double Bed Room: $25/person, 2 people required

Craig’s Cabin is reserved for program staff and teachers.

*Cabin 6, our other premium cabin, has three rooms, each with two sets of bunk beds, as well as a full kitchen and living room/dining area. 

Discounts:

Take advantage of our Early Bird Special! Register by April 30, 2024 and receive a $25 discount!

We encourage campers to invite a new friend or family member who hasn’t been to Yoga camp before. Both parties are eligible for a $25 discount. Discounts will be applied after registrations are completed. Valid for one discount per inviter.

To make camp affordable, you can even make payments!

COVID UPDATE:  Camp no longer requires proof of vaccination at check-in, however, you will be required to show a negative Rapid Test result upon arrival before mingling with other campers. More details to follow closer to the event.

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Contact Information:

Facilities or General Camp: Contact Janet James, Executive Director, director@uucamp.org, 909-435-6298

Registration: Contact Jessica Fairchild, Camp Registrar, registrar@uucamp.org, 909-747-9792

Camp de Benneville Pines may sometimes need to make the difficult decision to cancel camp due to a variety of factors including but not limited to the following: severe weather conditions, Covid and other contagious outbreaks, camp volunteer and site staff shortages, and/or low camper registration. Should the camp have to cancel, refunds will be issued.