Workshops, Teachers & Activities
Do I have to do everything?
One of the best things about being an adult at camp is that you’re an adult here. (Or not!) You get to decide whether or not you really wanna drag yourself out of bed at 7 AM for yoga. You get to decide if you want to attend your workshops, or instead nap or read by the water. You make the rules. We just ask that if you decide to drop out of one of the ‘sold out’ workshops that have a waiting list, you let us know so someone else can take your place. You do you!
How do I sign up for workshops?
You’ll have the ability to register for up to 7 workshops + 3 movement sessions through the weekend. The lineup of workshops and teachers is usually updated on an ongoing basis and finalized 8-12 weeks before camp. You’ll receive a notification that registration is open as soon as the roster is set. Most workshops have capacity limits (many with waiting lists) so you’ll want to sign up for the classes that excite you most as soon as you receive the notification.
Tell me more about private sessions?
Throughout the weekend, there will be time slots where you can either chill out, participate in a group activity, or sign up for a private session. Examples of private sessions might include energy healers, massage therapists, tarot readers, coaching and astrology readings. Private session sign-ups will be made available online in advance of Camp. They go quickly, so signing up ahead of time is recommended, though we do usually have some open spots available at camp. Sessions are an additional cost beyond registration, and prices vary by provider but typically range from $100-150. If you love someone’s work, signing up for a session with them is a great way to show support!
Are all Camp Souldust's body workers licensed or certified ?
Yes, anyone teaching workshops or offering private sessions related to bodywork will be licensed or certified in their respective field. This only applies to providers who are on the Camp Souldust workshop or session booking schedules.
What kind of physical condition do I need to be in to participate in workshops and activities?
All of the movement workshops (yoga, hiking, etc.) are suited to all levels of experience. Check in if you have specific concerns around limited mobility, etc. While we encourage trying out some new and maybe even slightly intimidating things at camp, everything is optional and we trust you to opt in or out at your discretion. Note: The camp is built on a hillside, so you may find your booty & thighs are a bit stronger by the end of the weekend!
Am I about to sign up for cultural appropriation camp?
At Souldust, we invite teachers who truly know their craft, are culturally sensitive, and do not blindly borrow from indigenous and other cultural traditions. Those who do still incorporate practices of other cultures into their work are conscious of respectfully acknowledging and honoring its origins.