Camp Yogaville is Integral Yoga® for kids—a week-long summer camp for children ages eight to twelve, held at Yogaville.
Price includes tuition, housing & vegetarian meals: $675 per child
Sibling Discount: Bring a sibling and get 20% off! Pay only $540 per child when registering two or more children in the same family.
Your kids will enjoy many activities filled with opportunities to share and relate to one another in a yogic way. They will practice Hatha Yoga every morning, learn about Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras and experience the wonderful adventure of sleeping in rustic cabins. They will learn a few Sanskrit chants along and listen to wonderful stories of saints and sages from all over the world told by some of the swamis here in Yogaville.
At Camp Yogaville, kids experience an environment where yogic ideals such as vegetarian diet and non-violence are supported and nurtured.
Sam Eberle is director of Camp Yogaville. Sam has lived in Yogaville for ten years and has served as a Camp Yogaville Counselor for the last six years. In 2002 he spent two months building schools in Kenya and spent all his free time playing games with the local children. Sam is the head of Shakticom, the Integral Yoga multimedia center in Yogaville, as well as the webmaster for Yogaville.org. He also serves as a member of Yogaville’s Board of Trustees overseeing the well being of Satchidananda Ashram-Yogaville. Sam Eberle’s sole purpose in life is to have fun. Sam will entertain and educate your children about the benefits of enjoying every aspect of our daily activities during camp (maybe even cleaning the dishes).
Rev. Sam Rudra Swartz was introduced to Integral Yoga and the teachings of Sri Swami Satchidananda while serving tables as a waiter in a New York City bar in 2001. Since that time he has been active in the Integral Yoga organization, living at Yogaville and the Integral Yoga Institute of New York. He recently completed Accessible Yoga Teacher Training offered through the Integral Yoga Institute in San Francisco. Rudra graduated from Boston University’s College of Fine Arts and is an active musician. He is also a graduate of the All-Faiths Seminary in New York, where he received ordination from the late Rabbi Joseph Gelberman as an interfaith minister.
- July 19-26, 2015
- Lodging: $540.00 to $675.00