Through the living experience of a yogic life, camp will make you believe that –
- It is still possible to live like a yogi.
- You need not compromise on daily duties and aspirations
- Peace and happiness is your right and you do not need to compromise that either.
Why is the FLY camp EXACTLY for you?
Yogic Life is a set of practices that establishes the peace, joy and well-being as integral part of your life by means of the natural resources readily available for one and all. The yogic living foundation (FLY) camp will establish a yogic routine in your life which will improve your inner well-being and enhance your focus at work and duties without compromising the peace of mind. By attending the camp, you will –
- Live a life of a yogi for two days
- Settle into a yogic routine that is designed to suit your regular life
- Adopt healthy habits necessary for the physical and mental well-being necessary to face the daily challenges, at ease.
Maharshi Sadguru Sadafaldeo Ji Maharaj
- The inspiration of FLY camp is the life lived by Sadguru Sadafaldeo Ji Maharaj.
- He lived a life of a yogi amidst his family, social and work responsibilities and yet he achieved the zenith of spirituality.
- He gifted the treasure of inner peace and well-being to the mankind by his exemplary life.
FLY Camp Daily Schedule
When is it?
Yogic Living Camp begins Friday July 13, 2018 at 3pm and ends on Sunday July 15, 2018 at 11am.
Who is this Camp for?
This Camp is for you if you want to:
- Press the pause button and recharge
- Return to a slower pace and reconnect to your inner peace and happiness
- Be surrounded by nature
- Indulge in time off
- Reconnect more deeply with yoga practice and like-minded community
- Listen to what your heart wants to tell you
- Have the space to BE YOU
- To experience the Yogic Living
- To learn the mantra of Healthy living
- Campsite registration
- Swimming and Play area
- Vihangam Yoga activity materials
What’s not included?
- Airfare/ transportation
- Hershey park entry
- Additional activities
Things to Consider:
- Snacks will be provided, but feel free to bring some of your own.
- Transportation is not included. But carpooling is encouraged! Better for the environment, and good community building and retreat bonding.
- Don’t indulge in unnecessary personal or social discussion
What to bring?
You don’t need to bring the tent. You will be provided a shared tent. You need to bring other camp related stuff (not limited to below list) –
- Bathing suit (just in case would like to swim)
- Layers of clothes
- Shoes you can walk/ hike in, as well as slip-ons
- Sleeping Bag
- Yoga Mat
- Bug bite
- Dental Kit
- Bath Kit
- Power bank
- Flash light
- Drinking water
What to leave at home:
- Your to-do list
- Your worries
Optional: Phone – You DON’T need to leave your phone at home. Maybe you want to take pics with your phone. We encourage you to take a break from talking/ emailing/ texting while on camp. This is not a rule, just an invitation. However, if you need to be in touch with the folks at home, feel free to do so.
What type of food is provided?
जैसा हो अन्न, वैसा होय मन | जैसा पिए पानी, वैसा होय वाणी || As is the food, so is the mind. Like water, like your voices || Pure vegetarian food (satvik) will be provided which is easy to digest and is non-stimulating (अनुत्तेजक) in nature. The food will be free from onion, garlic and non-vegetarian item. The food will be prepared with utmost care. If you have any medical conditions, you can bring the food of your own choice provided it is vegetarian. It is better to consult the organizing team if you are planning to bring your own.
What is the last date of regular registration?
The earlier the better. To leverage the opportunity of discounted price, please book now. Late Registration would be based upon availability of the tent.*
What should be appropriate attire for the camp?
Since major activities in camp would be based on yoga, pranayama (breathing exercises), meditation, chanting, singing/listening bhajan, etc at the grassy campsite hence a proper attire for Yoga is highly recommended. You may feel cold in early morning hence a winter garment, blanket, etc are also recommended.
Do you have any children activity?
HarsheyPark campsites provides several fun activities for kids like swimming, kids play area, kids parade and several kids special programmes. Please visit harsheypark website to find options.
Can we bring our own food?
We shall provide breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner for all attendees. However, if you have any constraints or special need, you may certainly bring your own. I would speak to organizing committee in this case at +1 (646)-653-4926
Is there a car parking available? Is it paid parking? Is it included in the fee? How far is the parking from the campsite?
Most of the car can be parked next to the campsite. You can easily carry stuff from car to the campsite and vice-versa by hand without much hassle. If parking near campsite is full, there are plenty car parking spots in close by locations. The car parking is included in the fee and no extra payment is needed. You can pack all necessary items in the car and bring to tent as and when needed.
How many families are allowed in the camp?
There is no limit for the number of families as long as we have available space. So early registration is better to get the confirmation.
How many cars per family is allowed in the campsite?
One car per family is good. If there are more, please co-ordinate with the organizer for the feasibility.
How many tents are allowed at the same campsite?
Maximum two tents are allowed per campsite. All the campsites are adjacent to each other in a circle, surrounding a common campground. Please refer picture of the location along with the tent location (circled below).
How many people will be in one tent?
One campsite capacity is 7-8 persons. Most of the tents will have the capacity of 10-12 persons to accommodate 7-8 person easily. In case of smaller tents, 2 tents will be set up at the same campsite.
what if I bring my own tent?
If you bring your own tent, you need to co-ordinate with organizer in advance at 646-653-4926. Please note that organizer may fit few people in your tent on need basis and will give you discount for that.
Can I bring firewood with me?
Firewood transportation is prohibited. The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has issued a notice prohibiting the movement of all species of firewood into the State, effective immediately. This quarantine has been issued because of the threat posed by various wood-feeding insects, including Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), Asian Longhorned Beetle, Sirex Wood Wasp, and bark beetles that are considered threats to Pennsylvania’s forest, horticultural and recreational resources. PLEASE help us and the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture by not transporting firewood into Pennsylvania. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
When is check-in and check-out?
For the campsite, check-in is after 3 PM and check-out is at 11 AM.
Fees & Other Expenses
- Individual Fee (18 years+ Adult) : $120 regular fee per head (inclusive of tax, stay, food, tent, campsite, Camp activities)
- Group fee upto 8 adults: $100 regular fee per head (inclusive of tax, stay, food, tent, campsite, Camp activities)
- Youth 9 to 17 years:$70 regular fee per head
- Child from 3 to 8 years: $30
- ***20% cancellation fee for Regular Booking upto 10 days before event
- 50% cancellation fee from 10 days to the event.
*If the participant does not show up, shows up late, or leaves early for any reason, no credit or refund is available. *Trips are non-transferable. *Travel insurance is recommended. *All yoga, meditation and other activities are done at the sole discretion of the camp participant. Each participant is responsible for consulting with a physician prior to and regarding his/her participation in the yogic living camp. Participants assume full responsibility for any injuries or damages, known or unknown, which might incur as a result of his/her participation.