Summer Camps

This year in our new space, we are offering 4 weeks of a 3-day yoga camp for different age groups (ages are flexible - contact us with questions).

Camps include yoga games, stories, crafts, and yoga time, with age-appropriate poses and mindfulness exercises. Each week will have its own theme and lesson plans!

Plus, this year we are adding a BRAND NEW Teen & Tween Empowerment Camp.

Cost for Camp for Young People: $125 per week ($95 for siblings and annual/monthly members)

Cost for Teen & Tween Empowerment Camp: $225 for the week (includes lunch and off-site activities, $175 for siblings, $200 for annual/monthly members)


All camp weeks are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, on the following days:

Week 1: June 27-29

Ages 2-6 - 9:30am to 12:30pm

Ages 7-12 - 1pm to 4:00pm

Week 2: July 18-20

Ages 2-9 - 9:30am to 12:30pm

Week 3: August  8-10

Ages 10-18 -  10:00am to 3:00pmTeen & Tween Empowerment Camp

Week 4: August 15-17

Ages 2-9 - 9:30am to 12:30pm

The Amazing Body

Week 2, Ages 2-9, July 18-20


Amazing Animals

Week 4, Ages 2-9, August 15-17

Ages are flexible, as we understand that siblings may want to attend together, and ages can vary in social and motor abilities. If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at saralyn@yogafamilyinc.com!

What to wear/bring: Dress is comfortable - anything young people are comfortable stretching in. You can bring a mat for them if you have one, but if not, we have them available for use for no charge. All other props and materials are provided! Bring a water bottle and a snack or small lunch. (For TEEN & TWEEN camp: lunch is provided.)

Camp testimonials:

Amazing! — Grady, age 6

Thank you, Alexis had a blast! -Tania

My son Jaydon went to summer camp last year with his brother. Going into the camp, he struggled, at 8 years old, with depression and insomnia and he was seeing a counselor who also diagnosed him with severe anxiety. He loved the camp and said it made him feel calm. In the evenings after camp, he would announce he was going to "meditate" in his room, which basically meant that he went into his room and was able to take a few minutes and relax before bed, and he was able to go to sleep much faster. This was a surprise just because, in his counseling, when we would teach him to meditate or count when he was getting upset, he refused to try it and said that it was "stupid." Well, shortly after that and going to yoga summer camp where he learned with other kids, he loves it and does it at home!  Thank you so much!!  -Angie