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Second Annual Camp TYB
Dormitory + Bathhouse
Outdoor yoga settings
Canoe, kayak and SUP on the lake
Primitive tent sites
Shared Dorm Room
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August 10-12, 2018


Think everything you actually liked about summer camp, plus YOGA!

A weekend of practice, workshops, nature, music, and adventure just 30 minutes from downtown Cincinnati. Yoga Camp is a chance to celebrate our local wellness community in an affordable, accessible and rusticly natural way.


Camp Craig features dozens of primitive campsites, 20 shared dorm rooms for up to 40 campers, a community bathhouse, yoga and workshop practice shelters and a swimming pool. The broader grounds of Camp Friedlander are available to all Yoga Campers and include a large lake for swimming and water activities, miles of forested hiking trails, access to the Little Miami River and many special places for reflection, practice or communing with nature.


Weekend includes

  • Hiking 

  • Yoga and meditation

  • Live music events

  • Arts and crafts 

  • Puja ceremony

  • Swimming, canoeing and stand-up paddleboarding on the lake 

  • Classes with local embodiment studios and teachers 

  • Simple, camp-style, vegetarian-friendly meals

  • Selected camp accommodations - dorm or campsite



Guest Arrival Friday between 3-7:30p

Friday Dinner 6:00-7:30p

Opening Circle 7:30p

Saturday offerings from 6:30a-10p

Retreat Ends Sunday 11a.

Guests are welcome to stick around until 3p to enjoy the camp grounds, lake, etc.

*No pets or alcoholic beverages permitted on camp grounds.

Accomodations (2)
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Register & Pricing
Proposed 2018 Schedule - events are still being added and finalized. 

Packing List 

  • Camping gear and/or bed linens, pillow & (beach) towel

  • Rain jacket /umbrella

  • A flashlight, headlamp or a rugged penlight is important for finding your way in the dark. Bring extra batteries, too.

  • Trail food if you'd like extra snacks

  • Water bottle/travel mug - we will have some of these for sale as well.

  • Campers bring resealable plastic bags to protect valuables in the event of rain.

  • Sun protection might include sunblock, sunglasses, lip balm and a wide-brimmed hat.

  • Yoga Mat and desired personal props

Here are some extras you may want to pack, depending on the outing:

  • Watch

  • Camera

  • Notebook

  • Pen or pencil

  • Sunglasses

  • Small musical instrument for campfires

  • Swimsuit

  • Insect repellent

  • Hiking stick or trekking poles

  • Binoculars

  • Animal identification books, plant keys, geological studies, star charts or other guides

  • Running/trail shoes if participating in trail runs, ELEMNTL or DANCEFIX classes


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