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Feed the wild light of your spirit with this balancing weekend campout in Joshua Tree.

United States
October 1 - 3 2019

$650 Per Person
October 1 - 3 2019

From: $650 per person | October 1 - 3 2019

The Magic

Step out of the city and into the striking, expansive wilderness of Joshua Tree for three days and two starry nights of yoga, hiking, and delicious vegetarian meals. With access to famously good hiking trails, gorgeous rock climbing spots and a transformative sound bath on your second day, you'll cultivate spaciousness and breath as you tune into nature while tuning into yourself. This is a down-to-earth weekend escape for those who want the grounding experience of practicing yoga against the inspiring backdrop of ancient rock formations, without the fuss of a luxury yoga retreat.

A day on retreat

Retreat Itinerary

Day 1

After you check in and set up camp, you'll take part in a restorative evening yoga session and opening circle. Then, you'll enjoy your first delicious, vegetarian dinner.

Retreat Itinerary

Day 2

Grab a cup of coffee or tea and a snack before an energizing morning yoga session, followed by a tasty breakfast. Then drive to one of the nearby hiking trails with a packed lunch for a daytime excursion. You'll have some free time to rest and then explore before making your way to dinner.

Retreat Itinerary

Day 3

You'll start the day with a cup of coffee or tea and a snack before your final revitalizing morning yoga session, which will be combined with a closing circle. You'll then enjoy a final delicious, hearty breakfast before taking down camp and heading home.

Retreat Venue

The Venue

Indian Cove Campground sits at an elevation of 3,200 feet, perfect for viewing the stunning expanse of Joshua Tree Park. The large boulders that surround the camp light up in gorgeous pastel hues at sunrise and sunset, and glow with campfire light by night. You are responsible for transportation to and from the retreat. There is limited parking at the campsite, so carpooling is helpful! All guests will be put in contact before the retreat to coordinate.


This grants you entry to the Indian Cove Campground but does not include any camping gear. If you need help finding places to rent gear, assistance can be provided.


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This yoga retreat is for all experience levels. Whether you’re a beginner or experienced yoga practitioner you’ll have a beautiful and meaningful weekend.

The retreat chef will prepare healthy, vegetarian meals, plus coffee/tea in the mornings and evenings. Let us know if you have any special dietary requests, and we can accommodate them.

You are responsible for transportation to and from the retreat. Only nine vehicles total are allowed to park at the campsite, so we request you carpool if possible. We will connect all guests before the retreat to coordinate. If we have more than nine vehicles, some cars may need to park in a different location and carpool to the site.

Driving: Take Interstate 10 to State Highway 62. Turn south on Indian Cove Road. Follow the road into the campground. If coming from the east, follow Highway 62 approximately seven miles west of the city of Twentynine Palms and turn south onto Indian Cove Road.

You'll carpool to activities during the retreat (ie. sound bath).

Camping gear is not provided but we can help you find places to rent gear if needed.

This is a large camping area with picnic tables, campfire rings, vault restrooms and limited parking. There are no electric or water hook-ups available at the campsites. We will fill up large water jugs with drinking water at the ranger station 2 miles away at the campground entrance.

Camping gear, comfortable hiking and yoga clothes, hiking shoes & sandals for at camp, warm layers for at night, flashlight/headlamp, towel or sarong, sunscreen & sunglasses & hat, journal, your own dishes and utensils, reusable water bottle, toiletries & feminine products & medication if needed, good book, any extra snacks and a sense of adventure!

We will be camping at Indian Cove Campground in the group site area. There is no driving access into the main portion of the park from the campground except by hiking trails; entry at other entry points if you choose to adventure on your own requires a park entrance fee of $20 per private vehicle (not included).