Wild Retreat Family Yoga Camping Retreat

Registration is OPEN!
Early Bird Pricing
$50 per Adults
Children under 16 aree free
Contact: info@yoga-treat.comLocation: Alia Vita CAMP Grounds

12475 CA HWY 175 Loch Lomond, CA 95461

Alia Vita translates to Another Life. This gorgeous 25-acre property on Cobb Mountain belongs to the Alia Vita Camp which runs family camps for all ages throughout the year. This June we will be hosting a special 3-day weekend for children and adults of all ages to explore what it means to be WILD!

We challenge you to wonder, invite joy, live vibrantly, and dare courageously outdoors! This retreat will offer yoga, meditation, intention setting, SUP (stand up paddle board) yoga on Clear Lake, children’s activities, hiking, star gazing, and a Saturday evening kid-friendly concert and bonfire with s’mores! Campsites & 5 RV hookups are available. If spending the night outdoors isn’t your cup of tea, Eagle and Rose is a seven-minute drive away. Looking forward to spending time with all of you!

What’s included? All yoga classes, group activities, intention setting, campsites, bathrooms, firewood, on-site parking, access to camp 25-acre property, and Saturday evening concert and bonfire!

Concert: Music Line Up coming soon

What’s not included? Food and drink will not be provided, however there is a small convenience store and Loch Lomond Road House restaurant directly across HWY175 open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. In addition, farm fresh eggs are available for $10 a dozen.

Food and Drink Vendors: More Info coming Soon

Packing list: Make your experience unforgettable! Please bring a tent, sleeping bags, blow-up mattress, ear plugs, flashlight, toiletries, medication, clothing, warm sweater and hat for evening activities, swimsuit and towel, sunblock, and bug spray.

⛺️Early Bird Pricing Before April 1st , 2019 just $50 for adults.
Kids 16 and under are FREE! 🛒Please make payment by check or cash.

Check can be mailed to:
Yoga Treat Fitness Studio
2956 Treat Blvd Suite B, Concord CA 94518
Addressed to Anna Litvinova