Ways to Stay
2023 Calendar & Events
We always try and organize our seasons month to month. Each month with a different theme and energy to it. Of the six months we are open, there are two distinct acts. January to March is dryer and better for building, star gazing, and frolicking in small playful waves. April to June is lush, full of fruit and prone to slamming swell and rainbows.
Closed for Construction and Community Building!
This January, we will be spending some quality time with our old friends and new partners. We’ll be rooting down, working together, and playing in the jungle and ocean. We’ll get the garden going for the season, and continue to work on our new cabinitas. Just us this month.
Partners month plus Sensory Connection week with Dana Rivkin
Continuing into February, we’ll be keeping our space open for our new partners and letting new ideas take root. And, for the last week of February, 2/18 to 2/24, we look forward to working with our new partner and old friend, Dana Rivkin, to provide a weeklong immersion and exploration of our inner worlds via connection with our physical selves. Yoga, nature, food, writing, connection – all the good stuff. Learn more about Dana and the week here!
Soul School with Sierra Madre and Adayna Janelle
March is booked with new friends of the farm, Sierra Madre and Adayna Janelle, and their month long multifaceted YTT, which incorporates a solid foundation in asana, anatomy, and philosophy, as well as reiki! Get in touch with Sierra directly to save your spot for next year!
Deep Ecology of Wellness
A Creative Residency hosted by Yoga Trade
We’re very excited to host our first working residency month here at the Yoga Farm! This April will be dedicated to folks in the Wellness Community looking to live together in permaculture community and work on a project they want to bring to life. April Residents will be encouraged to share ideas, brainstorm, collaborate or geek out solo, and can expect mentorship and guidance from Yoga Trade founder Erica Hartnick and other Yoga Farm partners. Expect to learn about permaculture and interconnection, yourself, and explore your own ideas to the fullest. This month will also include all our normal goodies – daily guided yoga, three healthy meals, and plenty of time to connect with nature and ourselves.
Please keep checking here for further details and application instructions 🙂
Students from Stetson University will be here this May, learning, living, working, and playing together in community. We’ll talk permaculture, ecologically and socially responsible business, ecology, and much more, all with hands-on components. This will be our first time working with Stetson University and we very much look forward to it.
June 4th through 12th 2023
A heart-warming week in the jungle, centered around creating a more peaceful world, starting from the inside out. We will move our bodies and engage our minds in daily asana, meditation, time in nature, and in workshops focused on self awareness, compassion, and conscious communication. We’ll be working from the foundations of Engaged Buddhism, Permaculture, and Yogic philosophy. Jump in! Change begins with us.
Facilitators: Yoga Farmers Silke Verblakt and Christie Carr
- Seven nights accommodation at the Yoga Farm, beginning the night of the 10th
- Three healthy meals every day
- One Asana session per day
- Three to four hours daily exploration into themes of loving kindness – practices on and off the mat
Base price: $1050 USD, includes dormitory accommodation
Upgrades: We have two private rooms in the yoga house and five adorable cabinas on our hillside. Please contact us for pricing and availability of our private spaces.
Early Bird Price! $950 USD if you register before Feb 1st!