Summer Yoga & Nature Camp

Join Julie in a week-long kid’s summer camp featuring yoga in nature.

What to bring?
– your awesome body
– your curious mind
– your love of learning and…
– your YOGA MAT!

    • Date: July 20-24th, 2020 (Monday-Friday)
    • Time: 9:00 – 12:00 PM
    • Ages:  7-14 year olds
    • Where: May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Society (MMUUS)
      3800 E. Genesee St. – Syracuse
    • Cost:  $180 (discounts for families available)
    • To Register:Step 1 – Fill out the online form below.Step 2 –  Download this release form, fill out and mail/email to Julie (or bring to 1st class).Step 3 – *NEW THIS YEAR*: To save your child’s spot in camp and to help avoid last-minute cancellations/no-shows, a $50 (non-refundable) registration fee now applies. The $50 will be applied to the final cost of camp. At the time of registration, you pay the non-refundable registration fee of $50 (or all $180 at once), and then the balance of $130 is due by MONDAY, JULY 6th (2 weeks before camp starts). 

      Pay the $50 non-refundable registration fee to hold your child’s spot in camp online via this link (
      OR mail in payment. Balance of $130 to be paid via the link above or by mailing in payment BY MONDAY, JULY 6th.


      Pay in full the $180 online via this link (
      OR mail in payment. Please note: If your child is unable to make it to camp, the $50 registration fee will be non-refundable.
      PAY ONLINE TODAY: $180 online via this link (
      OR mail in payment.

      Fill out my online form.



“My daughter loved this Yoga and Nature Camp more than any other camp.  It was a perfect combination of being outside, creative projects and yoga! I wanted to sign up for it myself.  The length of the camp was also ideal.  We enjoyed the rest of our day together because of the calm, centered atmosphere created by Julie, Kevin and Julia” –J.W.

“I like learning new poses. Julie is very nice and she’s so fun! I can’t wait to do yoga again this summer!” ~ 11 year old boy

“Our kids had been in yoga classes with Julie for several sessions. When summer came they had several options for activities but number one on both of the kids’ lists was going to yoga camp.   As expected, they had a wonderful time. They loved that it incorporated yoga and nature and they especially liked going into the creek and exploring.  They had a great time with the other kids who were attending and developed some good friendships.  My kids have another chance to go to yoga camp this summer and again it is at the top of their list; they wouldn’t miss it!” ~ M. & S.
“I really like how we do outdoor activities and I like using the breathing ball. I feel like I know more about yoga then my friends and I like to show them the crow pose.” ~ 12 year old boy

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