Frequently Asked Questions:
YES! The acro community is very supportive, and you will make new friends quickly.
YES. During all of the workshop blocks, we always have a beginner (all levels) class. You will have plenty of support as you begin your AcroYoga journey.
An open heart and a desire to play… a lot!
You might also want to bring a few other items to make your acro and camping experience more enjoyable. Like clothing. You know, the basics for acro-ing, eating, sleeping, playing.
You are responsible for your own camping gear and eating utensils.
Camping Gear: Tent, ground tarp, flashlight or headlamp, sleeping bag, sleeping pads, pillow, towels, earplugs. Be sure to bring warm layers and rain gear just in case.
Eating Utensils: Bring you own plate, bowl, mug, utensils, and water bottle. You will be responsible for washing your dishes during the event.
Other Items: Warm layers for evening, yoga mat, picnic blanket, costumes, Thai Massage mats, musical instruments, towels & bathing suit, extra snacks you can’t live without (chocolate, anyone?).
Absolutely. Plenty of people who do acro don’t do yoga. And plenty of people do.
Yes! There is opportunity to swim at both Oregon and Washington. Clothing is optional only at the swimming holes. Plan accordingly.
Of course! Food is life. We have an amazing team of women from Breitenbush Hot Springs Retreat Center cooking for us in both Oregon and Washington. They serve delicious, wholesome, vegetarian meals, and plenty of it. There is also a continuously stocked snack bar. You are welcome to bring snacks of your own, but please do not use cookstoves anywhere on the land. We do not want to be responsible for starting a fire!
Yes. All cars will be parked within walking distance of the camping area.
Fortunately or unfortunately – depending on how you look at it – there is NO Wi-Fi. Some cell phones get reception at the venue. If you really need a connection, you can walk up the driveway and get good cell coverage at the top of the hill.
This event is also Carry-In and Carry-Out. My goal is to produce as little trash as possible and you can make that happen. Please help us minimize waste by not bringing throw away items.